Thank you for choosing to be a part of the Big Blue Cross Country Program! We are looking forward to a great season and the opportunity to spend time with each of you.
- FAQs 2020 (Frequently Asked Questions re: first practice, gear, and registration) Coming soon...
Communication Information -We use Remind101 for our text communication group.
- Remind 101 text 509.416.2214 or 81010 then type @distancec
Registration for Fall 2020 opens August 1st. Must be registered, paid and cleared by Wednesday, August 19, 2020.
Athletes wishing to participate on the Wa-Hi XC team must live within the boundaries of the Walla Walla School District, or attend Walla Walla High School.
Athletes must possess a current sports physical with no limitations, good through the end of the season, and must possess medical insurance appropriate for their chosen sport.
Shadle Park High School - Course on the campus
Carmichael Middle School - Richland HS Course
Lawrence Scott Park- Kennewick
2015 GIRLS' TEAM - MCC LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
- Emily Leinweber finished first at the MCC District XC with a time of 19:41
2015 BOYS' TEAM- 2ND IN THE MCC LEAGUE
WIAA/Dairy Farmers of Washington/Les Schwab Tires Scholastic Awards Program Fall Team Academic State Champions - Girls Varsity
Cross Country is an endurance sport that incorporates team and individual components. Blue Devil XC has a no-cut policy. There are two different team levels - varsity and junior varsity. Both levels practice together on a daily basis (Mon-Sat). Most XC meets will also include both levels although some invitationals may have varsity participation only. Race distances range from 2.0 to 3.1(5K) miles.
Working together with your teammates is a very important part of being on the cross country team. By training together, learning to endure the work together, you develop a special bond with your teammates. We work hard to develop a family atmosphere not only during practice time but outside of practice through the many team traditions we have. The lessons and life experiences in XC will challenge and encourage you to be a better person, friend, and runner. Together we can make a difference in our own lives and the lives of others.
The standards for earning a varsity letter is based on the number of varsity races run during the season (which varies based on the number of meets).