Woodside Track and Field Team


Track and Field, 2018 
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The entire coaching staff is excited to continue our tradition of excellence in developing YOUR student athletes. It takes a lot of resources to execute a quality program for student athletes and we thank you in advance for your support.




Program donation

Below is a suggested family donation that will keep the coaches and athletes focused on Track and Field, rather than fundraising. This suggested donation is NOT a requirement for participation, but helps pay seasonal expenses to run the track program.


Please support your athletes by making the following Track Program Directed Donation:


Invitationals fees (x4+ for season) $  15
Uniforms $  25
Equipment Fund (starting blocks, jumping pits etc.) $  25
Athletic Boosters (ABO) Donation $  50
Total  $ 115



Please, first REGISTER


Registering your family Account and athlete(s) ensures you are sent the correct forms for their sport(s) and allows you to manage everything quickly, online, and e-pay. If you already have an account, simply login to "Activate" it for this school year.




You MUST register your family and athlete(s) and designate their sports FIRST.

This sets up your account and then when you click the Button above you will be sent the correct contribution form for this sport, and for your athletes that play it.


Meet our coaches! Biographies

      David Hartford                   Mishawn Cummings           Christina Dobbins
Head Coach, Pole Vault                    Sprints                     High Jump, Hurdles

     Rob Suelflohn                         Hilary Klopp
         Throwing                       Long & Triple Jumps


The ABO works closely with our coaches and the Athletic Director to consider the Sports Programs' proposals, and to allocate funds to approved requests.


Click HERE to learn more!


Athlete of the Week

Athlete of the week December 2nd

The Athlete of the week is Natalya Hotovec. She plays on the varsity basketball team. She has been playing basketball since she was four years old and believes she is a better player because of that experience. She balances schoolwork and athletics by doing her homework after practice and by utilizing good time management. Her inspiration is her dad because he encourages her to practice and play. She plays basketball because she loves the game atmosphere and playing with her teammates. Her advice to anyone playing basketball would be to try their hardest during practice to improve everyday. Her teammates and coaches make her a better player by helping her correct her mistakes on the court. Her coach says that Natalya is a “hardworking player who always supports her team.”

 Athlete of the Week