Practice: HS Tuesday-Friday; 3:15-5:15 (pick up by 5:30 p.m. or $1 per minute ASP charge)
Eighth graders who compete on Varsity also practice on Fridays
AAC (Atlanta Athletic Conference) is for Varsity only, 8th graders (those who qualify) through 12th graders
AAC-MS is for 5th graders through 8th graders only. Those 8th graders running Varsity cannot compete in this division.
MAAC (Metro Atlanta Athletic Conference) is for 5th through 8th graders only. 8th graders competing in varsity AAC can also compete in this conference.
Parents/guardians who attend meets can take their child home after competition. However, student must notify their coach in advance, as well as notify coach when they leave the meet. Not adhering to this procedure will result in a Pink Slip.
The Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) hosted its annual three day Track and Field Championship at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany from Thursday through Saturday. Sixty high schools (120 Teams) with nearly 1,000 student-athletes competed. Despite inclement weather, The Cottage School Cougars boys’ team placed third overall in the “A” division to conclude the season with a win/loss record of 62 and 2 in both conference and GISA A competition. Thomas Jefferson won gold while Robert Toombs Christian Academy placed...read more
The Metro Atlanta Athletic Conference (MAAC) is a private middle school league with many teams (Davis Academy, Heiskell School, Faith Lutheran, AIS, McGinnis Woods, Howard School, Galloway School, Epstein School, Arbor Montessori School, Atlanta Girls School, and TCS). All these schools gathered together for a 2 day track and field championship meet at the Galloway School on April 23 and 24th, 2013. Although official results are not in yet for individual winners or team placement, here is how our Junior Cougars did. As coaches we are proud of...read more
Last week TCS Cougars literally left their competitors in the dust at the APAC Track Meet. APAC schools competing are the Cumberland Academy, Howard School, Sophia Academy, Swift School, and TCS. Here is a list of all track and field finishers. A big TCS Cougar Roar goes out to all our TCS 2013 Track and Field participants. Andrew DesRoches is the APAC 800M Champion! Claire Wylie and Maggie Guillaume finished 4th and 5th in the 800M girls run Carly Mulligan won Silver in the Shot Put! Chris Fabian won Bronze in the Shot Put! Our 4x100M...read more
The Cottage School boys varsity track and field team won the 2013 Atlanta Athletic Conference Championship with a score of 177 points over the nearest rival who scored 144 points. KJ Powell led all male scorers by winning the high jump, the 110m high hurdles, earning bronze in the 400m dash, and assisting the A teams in both the 4X100m relay (Powell, Thompson, Schmidt, and Farrar) and 4X400m relay (Powell, Schmidt, Thompson and Riley) teams. For the girls, freshman Pamela Lalo won every event she entered, established new school records...read more
In the 2013 GISA Region 4-A Track and Field Championship meeting of athletes held at The Heritage School on Wednesday, April 10, TCS Cougars returned carrying their shields. All Cougar competitors who placed among the top four advance to the state championship three day meet at High Mills Stadium in Albany starting on 05-02-13. It is worthy of note, ALL COUGARS ADVANCED! For the lady Cougars, Pamela Lalo won the 3200m, 1600m, 800m and anchored both the 4X100m (Rebecca Custer, Ellie Rappaport and Emory Shulse) and 4X400m relay team of Custer,...read more
As the HS track team continues to break school records, so does the MS track team. On March 27, the MS Cougars had an APAC meet at Independence HS where they competed versus Swift, Sophia, and Cumberland. Carly Mulligan shoved a put 22’9” which broke the MS school record of 19’6” by Molly Suskey back in 2003! Congrats Carly! Also in that event, Elyssa Goldman and Asha Jones pushed to their highest of the season with a 13’7” by Elyssa and a 13’2” by Asha. On the boys side, Zach Hardee tossed a 17’10” iron ball and Gage...read more
Citi us, altius, fortius. Indeed. The calloused Cougars felt little of the chill yesterday in defeating all-comers in the Mill Springs meeting of athletes. While others complained of coldness, our stalwart Spartans were imperturbable. Of the nine conference and GISA schools competing, your varsity Cougar men scored 149 points to the runner-up team’s 107. The students enjoyed themselves, learned much about their events, and even tried their hands at some new events, while improving their times and distances overall. Notably, Marquis...read more
The continually improving Varsity Cougars track and field team competed in Peachtree City Friday at Riley Field in the Trinity Christian Academy Invitational and placed second among all AAC teams (to MSA) and fourth out of the twelve teams that competed from around North Georgia. The result was less than the Cougar teams expected, but the training opportunity was a brilliant one for growth. For the girls, team captain Pamela Lalo placed a close second in every event she competed, the 3200, 1600 and 800. Emory Shulse placed twelfth in the...read more
Yesterday the MS track team had a running event only meet at Mill Springs. There were about 14 schools from all over the place. There had to have been about 250-300 kids running around. With the wind against them and waiting in line to run each event, our MS Cougars made it fun and had a good day. It began with the Girls and Boys 3000M. Claire Wylie ran strong for her team but had a shoelace come undone that slowed her pace after just the second lap. As tough as Claire is mentally she battled through it and finished with a 15:37 time. Andrew...read more
Athletes from schools A-AAA met from as far as Alabama yesterday to compete in track and field at Heritage School in Newnan. The official results are not published currently, but will be faxed to all nine schools later today, and will be posted on the bulletin board in the RCC for your perusal. Some highlights include Frosh sensation Pam Lalo cracking the 1600m school record by two seconds, despite a fierce gale, and placing second to the state champion, Ruthie Powell in the 800m run, narrowly missing her goal of yet another school record by a...read more