“Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.”
~Gail Devers, Three-Time Olympic Champion
The 2015 season for James Logan Track & Field marks both our 50th NCS Championship title and the largest track and field roster in our history. While we pride ourselves in our diligence and development of astonishing athletes, having sent a staggering twenty young athletes to the U.S. Olympic Trials, our number one mission is to promote important life skills and a healthy lifestyle through our sport! For over the span of thirty years, James Logan has developed the expanse of the team to encompass as many young individuals as we can, without cutting or denying anyone the opportunity to join the sport. Starting with just a handful of participants in each event, we’ve grown to boast over two hundred fifty amazing athletes, all of whom are given the opportunity to train and compete at their full potential – all season – all year. Through the sport of track and field, we aim to teach perseverance, a hard work ethic, teamwork, responsibility, and sportsmanship to our athletes, in hopes that they may carry that on to apply to their adult lives or give back the same lesson to their community and younger generations. With great peers, coaching, and surroundings, any student can have a brighter future; a purpose and goal we will carry on providing for years to come. “You must always make each day your masterpiece, and believe to achieve.”
James Logan Track & Field and Cross Country
Come out and join us for The 2016 Willie Davenport Olympian Clinic, held at James Logan High school on February 6th . Come see all the Olympians! Held once a year at Logan, brought together by Coach Webb. Olympians appearances by non other than Dick Fosbury the inventor of the Fosbury Flop. Crazy George the worlds greatest cheerleader. Tom Petranoff inventor of the turbo javelin and the former world record holder in the javelin throw. This is just the beginning other Olympians such as Eddie Hart worlds fastest man 1972 all the way to Stacy Draglia Gold Medalist in the Pole Vault. Come and meet all the Olympians!