The Falcon Derby- Running With The Horses

Rogersville, AL

Meet Information

Online Registration Instructions

The Falcon Derby- Running With The Horses!!



Get ready to enjoy a running experience unlike any you've ever had before this cross country season! When you join us for this inaugural race to RUN WITH THE HORSES, you'll experience breathtaking beauty on one of the best kept secrets in the Southeast, known as the Bluewater Creek Polo Club! In addition to the beauty of the course, get ready for some new 5k PRs as our course is FLAT and FAST! It will be a combination of about 85% flat grass and 15% hard packed sand horse track! And, while you're at it, you'll absolutely love running along the bank of Bluewater Creek for a portion of the course! We're looking forward to each of your teams coming and enjoying everything we have to offer!

Meet location:

Blue Water Creek Polo Club

9648 US-72 E

Rogersville, Alabama 35652

Race is sanctioned for AHSAA member schools only.

Meet Fees

$75.00-Varsity Girls team

$75.00-Varsity Boys team

$75.00-JV Girls team

$75.00-JV Boys team

$150 for complete team (boys and girls)

$15 per individual runner (if not enough for team of 5)

Make checks payable to Florence High School (cross country in memo) and mail them to Sandra Lynch, Florence High School, 1201 Bradshaw Drive, Florence, Al 35630. Payments can be made the day of the race.

$5 donation for parking

Deadline for entering is October 14, 11:59 pm

Timing by Solid Rock Race Timing

Team packets may be picked up starting at 6:30 am at the registration table.

Course Walk Through- 7:00 am

Coach Meeting 7:45 am

JV Girls 1-7A 8:00 a.m.-2.1 mile race

JV Boys 1-7A 8:30 a.m.- 2.1 mile race

Varsity Girls 1-7A 9:00 a.m. 5k race

Varsity Boys 1-7A 9:30 a.m. 5k race

Team Awards- Top 2 teams in each division receive a trophy.

Individual Awards- Top 10 in each division receive a t-shirt.

Individual Awards- Top 3 finishers in each division receive a medal.

All classifications will run together, but awards will be split into small and large school categories.

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