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High School Alvin griggs
Cross Country
Best Time Course Name Location Exact Distance Description
5,000m Time 19:06.93 curtis invitational - 3.13 medium hills
Cross Country Honors


Cross Country additional

ran a 19:52.57 at metros and a 19:10.42 at districts. also i placed 42nd at Nike prenationals.

100 HRDL 100 110 HRDL 200 400 HRDL 400 800 1,500 1,600 3,000 STPL 3,000 3,200 5,000 10,000
Best Time - 11.99 - 24.45 - 57.03 - - - - - - - -
Second Best Time - 12.14 - 25.13 - 57.19 - - - - - - - -
outdoor field
Best Time 32'10.25" - - 1'6.00" - - 5'10.00" -
Second Best Time - - - 1'5.00" - - 5'8.00" -
outdoor relays
4x100 4x400 4x800 4x1,500 1,600 MDLY 4xMi DIST MDLY
Best Time - 52.22 - - - - 11:20.04
Second Best Time - 52.48 - - - - 11:34.43
Indoor Honors


Indoor Additional


Outdoor Honors

All conference for the 300 meter Hurdles, 4x4 meter relay and 400 meter Dash in the 2015 season. Also even though i was not selected as a captain in the beginning of the season i really stepped up for the team as a senior and especially stepped up for my relay running a 52.22 in the first leg of the 4x4 meter relay at districts on a strained right quad and tendinitis in my left knee and a hip flexor strain.

Outdoor Additional

1:29 in sprint medley 1st leg in 2013 total relay time of 5:15.21 and placed 7th at Bellevue invitational. Ran a 0:54.22 second leg of a distance 400 meters with a total relay time 4:59.12 in the sprint medley and placed third at Bellevue invitational in 2014. Also i ran in the distance medley relay at shoreline invitational and ran the 400 second leg in a time of 0:54.68 we placed 6th in 2014. my first fastest 300 meter hurdle time is 44.35 and my second fastest 300 meter hurdle time is 46.54.

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Hand Bench Press (max) Wingspan Vertical jump
- 140 71 26


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High School
Benjamin Franklin high school
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corey goldstein
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I moved back from Tucson Arizona after my 8th grade year at Pistor middle school first semester and then Hohokam middle school for second semester. my ninth and tenth grade years were two years that I struggled most academically because I was homeless and did not have a place were I could truthfully call home. I did not play sports those years out of my choice because I wanted to focus on school and I just didn't have to energy or time, I started out first quarter at Garfield high school in Seattle Washington then finished the remainder of my 9th grade at Newport high school in Factoria Bellevue, Washington other than trying out for basketball at Newport high school my 9th grade year I did not make the team and I had to quit the football team and track and field team which really hurt me mentally. I had a lot of stress to overcome in my years at high school. After my 9th grade year I switched back to Garfield high school where I was once again homeless and I did not play any sports at all out of my choice to try and focus on school because I knew that school was my priority. After my tenth grade year I switched to Franklin high school and I've had a better housing situation although we moved about 3 times since me being at Franklin I've still had more stable housing I was homeless 1 last time and my grades have been a lot better since being at Franklin. I ran track for 2 years at Franklin and ran cross country 1 year and played football 1 year. this will be my 3rd year at Franklin and my last I'm looking for a great year academically and in track. I'm on track to graduate so this will be my last year at Franklin. Time to finish the year off strong!
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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

On the track and off the track I help my teammates at practice and become a leader and help everyone and make sure we all are getting better everyday. Also I push every single individual whether that be my own teammate or any student athlete at my school to only make them a better player in and out of their sport(s) and to help them improve as a student athlete. I am a leader because I work hard to improve my stats on and off the track and give one hundred and eleven percent at practice to make sure my teammates look up to me, and give them strong reasons to look to me for advice or help on and off the track. Everyday I pursue a better me by improving myself

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Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

i volunteer around the community a bit. i worked in a volunteer event called warm the homeless, we gave the homeless food, hot chocolate, gloves, scarves, and hats. these efforts are important to me because we need to help people who don't really have the advantage to help themselves significantly. i try and help anybody when i see they need help from one of the smallest things like asking somebody how their doing to go about their day feeling better to the bigger things like volunteering for community service. i do these things not because i have to but because i want to and it helps me on my journey of becoming a man.

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