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Los Osos H.S. Cross Country
Michael Oravets
Rancho Cucamonga, California
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Los Osos H. S. has competed in the powerful Baseline League since the school opened in the Fall of 2002.

  • Girls: League Champions 2004, 2005, 2012 (Ind) 
  • Girls: Baseline runner-up 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
    Girls: CIF 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
    Boys: League Champion 2004 (Ind), 2007 (Ind)
  • Boys: Baseline runner-up 2005, 2006
  • Boys : CIF 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 (Ind), 2009 (Ind), 2010 (Ind), 2013 (Ind)
  • Boys : State 2004 (Ind), 2005 (Ind)

Coaches Contacts
Coach "O"   (909) 260-9577

Coach Skiles    (909) 263-3317 

Thursday, April 17


Every athlete MUST have completed medical paperwork prior to any practice and that includes an athletic physical.  The easiest way to take care of this is to have it done at school before the school year ends and that day is coming is Wednesday, May 7th, beginning at 2:00pm in the gym.  The cost is $20 and it must be cash.  Please pick up the physical packet in the main office and fill it out prior to the 7th and then bring it with you.  

I know some of you will want to see your own doctor and if that's the case, schedule it now and make sure you take the completed physical packet with you to the doctor.  No one can practice until all paperwork is in order.  

This opportunity to get the physical done here at school is open to current AND future LOHS students, regardless of your sport.  Take advantage of this and get it out of the way.   

Sunday, April 6


I wanted to send out a belated thank you to all those involved with the Los Osos 8th Grade Parent Night.  It was a strange set-up with tables spread all over the quad, but in the end we collected a record of nearly 80 interest papers!  Thanks to the current athletes who came out to share their wisdom with everyone.  Thanks also to the current parents for taking time to be a part of this;  I'm sure they appreciated your perspective.  To the soon-to-be-freshmen, it's not too soon to begin running...take it slow and don't overdo it, but it's time to get a feel for running and give your body time to adjust.  Soon-to-be freshmen parents, I invite you to peruse the website and find out what Los Osos Cross Country is all about.  The captains will contact you after school ends.  If you were unable to attend the parent night and want to be added to the call list, please email me at


Monday, April 25


Future Planning:  I know many of you are trying to plan for summer vacations.  Remember that the captains will have optional practices throughout the summer that everyone should attend if in town.  Practice with the coaches will begin on Monday, July 14th.  Keep in mind that there will be time trials this year to make the team, so you need to be training all summer.  Five attempts will be given to meet your time...3 prior to school starting and 2 after.  

Logging Miles:  You must log miles for cross country.  It's not only required but it's a great way of seeing progress and motivating yourself.  There's even a running2win app now to make logging easier!  Register now if you do not already have an account.  You need to "Join A Team" for us to see your activity.  Directions are below:

1 Go to this Free Web Site:
2.Register yourself with a username and password and some other basic information.
3.Once you've registered, click on the link within the site to "join a team." You will be prompted to enter a Team ID;  it is T-7864100205-20, then click "Submit Request". That sends an email to Coach O who will grant you access.
Fill out your mileage daily!!

Unsure of your mileage???  Go to Google Earth, click on the ruler icon in the toolbar above the image...when the window opens, click on Path, then measure your route and it keeps a running total of mileage!


Thursday, February 6


Congratulations to senior Anthony Herchenroeder who joined 30 other Grizzlies to sign on National Signing Day this week.  Anthony will be attending Aurora University, which is located west of Chicago, and will compete for the Spartans in cross country.  After putting together an outstanding senior season, it's great to see a Grizzly continue to compete at the next level.  Congrats Anthony!

Alex Burkhart will be signing, but has not decided with who yet. 

Friday, December 20


If you didn't catch the Daily Bulletin features this week...both boys and girls ended up in the Top 10 All-Area teams' ranking.  Not sure what the "area" is, seems to extend east through Fontana and west through La Verne.  Alex Burkhart was named to the 1st Team All-Area on the girls side, while Bradley Ewart was named to the 2nd Team All-Area on the boys side.  Congrats to both!

Here is the link to both features:




The University of Redlands cross country teams capped off the regular season with solid showings at the 2013 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Championship meet at Prado Park on Saturday morning.  With three Bulldogs landing on the All-SCIAC teams for finishing among the top 20 overall, the Redlands women placed fifth in the race standings, while the Maroon and Gray men took seventh.

Freshman Scott Oseguera (Beaumont, CA) led the trio of honorees with his 10th-place performance in the men's 8K race, which landed him on the All-SCIAC First Team.  He fired off his second-fastest time of the season to cross the finish line in 26:33.08 as the Bulldogs' top runner. 

Junior Chris Bolt (Reno, NV) served as the team's No. 2 competitor, completing the race in 28:12.98 for 53rd overall. 

Sophomore Nathan Meier (Riverside, CA) quickly followed Bolt at 28:19.75 for 59th place.  Finally, Redlands looked to sophomore Jarron Helbock (San Diego, CA) and freshman Albert Lemaire (Sonoma, CA) to wrap up the Bulldog scorers of Saturday's competition, with times of 28:32.45 and 29:26.67, respectively.

For the women, freshman Jessika Snincsak (Rancho Cucamonga, CA) and senior Vanessa Anchondo (Oceanside, CA) led the charge with consecutive finishes that placed them on the All-SCIAC Second Team.  Snincsak posted a 17th-place time of 24:30.86, while Anchondo came in 18th at 24:31.61.

In addition, sophomore Lauren Roberts (Portland, OR) uncorked a time of 25:02.19 to take 25th overall, while freshman Kacie Williams (Porterville, CA) crossed the finish line of the 6K race in 25:35.61.  Junior Brittney Brandt (Santa Maria, CA) rounded out the top-five Bulldogs with her mark of 26:34.11, which placed her 53rd overall.

Redlands looks forward to competing at the NCAA West Regional Championships, which take place at nearby Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges on November 16 at 10 a.m.

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