Calvin Coolidge Senior High School
Twelve area high school athletes were represented at the 2010 Alice and Adrian Dixon Relays held at Coolidge Senior High School in upper Northwest, Sat., March 20. The event was one of the many outdoor track activities that will be held this summer. There were 30 events covering most track and field action. The meet was named in memory of the late Coolidge Track Coach Alice Dixon. Adrian Dixon, her husband, and a former Coolidge track coach helped to manage the event on the track along with Coolidge alumni. Temps stayed in the 60, the stands were filled with spectators and winning athletes received medals.
Last modified on Wednesday, 24 March 2010 14:59
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Alexus Perkins, senior at Coolidge shows form, skill and speed as she crosses the final hurdle in the Girls Senior 4 X 800 Meter Relay Senior High School finals.
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Anthony Huff, of School Without Walls hands off the baton to Gigli Simons in the final leg of the Boys 4 x 100 Meter Relay Middle School
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Fletcher Tinsley, former Coolidge Track Coach was the Clerk of Course last Saturday. His responsibility was to check the eligibility of the runner before they move on to the track to compete in their event.
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Working on the computer at the judges table were Paul Fullmore (left) Sue Bryant (center) and Elmer Powell. There role was to coordinate and distribute the final results of the event as recorded by the camera at the finishing line.
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Stacy Robinson representing Gonzaga Senior High School ends in the sand pit jumping 20 feet, 4 inches. That was his best of the three attempts
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Coolidge Athletic Trainer Donita Valentine (right) places an ice pack on the leg of Kate Bucknum while two other athletes look on.
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Darmesha Easton representing School Without Walls makes the final attempt during the shot put event. Eastonâ€™s best distance was 22 feet.
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Former Coach Adrian Dixon, displays a framed photo of his late wife, Alice. He acknowledges the response from the crowd after a moment of silence to commemorate her death. The event, "Alice and Adrian 2010 Relays,â€ Sat., March 20 was to acknowledge the service provided by both Alice and Adrian Dixon during their years at Coolidge Senior High School in Northwest.