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High School Anthony Martinez
Cross Country
Best Time Course Name Location Exact Distance Description
5,000m Time 17:16.10 Exposition Park Aurora, Colorado 5k -
Cross Country Honors

Cross country honorable mention for 2A. Our team got 3rd at state. Team captain my junior year.

Cross Country additional

Sophomore year was first year to run cross country.

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 - - - 25.82 - 53.32 2:02.06 - - - - - - -
Second Best Time - - - - - 53.83 2:05.67 - - - - - - -
outdoor relays
4x100 4x400 4x800 4x1,500 1,600 MDLY 4xMi DIST MDLY
Best Time - 52.60 - - - - -
Second Best Time - - - - - - -
Outdoor Honors

At the 2021 Colorado state championship, my 4x800 won 2A state, I got 5th in the open 800 and my 4x400 team got 6th. Won Peyton HS most valuable male runner award.

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R 200 - 27


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Peyton High School
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Personal Highlights

2020 2A cross country honorable mention
4x800 state champ
Peyton HS most valuable male runner

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I reluctantly started running my sophomore year after much convincing from my older sister who is a runner in college. A couple weeks into my first cross country season, I quickly learned how much I loved the sport and that I was naturally gifted as well. I loved it so much that I decided to give up baseball to run track. I had been playing baseball since I was in 3rd grade but I didn’t regret the decision at all, I loved track even more. I’ve always wanted to be a college athlete and once I started running, I knew that I wanted to pursue it in college. My goal is to be able to attain a scholarship to help pay for college. But it isn’t just wanting to pay for college, I want to run in college because of my love for cross country and track and i don’t want that to end in high school.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

To be a good leader, you have to hold yourself to a high standard so you can be a good example As a leader, your actions often have to speak louder than your words. You have work the hardest so your teammates can follow your lead and push themselves harder. On the field, that is a big focus, putting in the work and being an example. I always encourage and push my teammates to give their all. I always give my 100% in workouts and that allows me to be a better leader and influence to my teammates. Off the field, I’m a leader in school by always doing my best and encouraging my classmates to do their best as well. I also apply my leadership skills to hanging with my friends by making sure we stay out of trouble and pushing them to be their best overall selves.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

As a runner, I know how important it is to be healthy so you can perform your best and avoid injuries. I make sure to stay hydrated, eat enough food everyday, and I try my best to get good sleep. Not just the basics though, I’m willing to push myself and train on my own during the off seasons so I can stay in shape and be prepared for the coming seasons.

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

I have been involved with quite a few service projects with my church. We have gone to houses in the community and done yard work for them. I also do service outside of my community as well, I have been on four mission trips with my church and during those mission trips we have held bible clubs for kids in the communities, picked up trash in parks, and help people with yard work. Community service is helpful to me that is a way I can serve people who are in need of help and make their lives a little easier and it is also a way of serving God and showing his love to others.

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