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Coaches Corner: A Bond of Brothers in Running

Coaches Corner: A Bond of Brothers in Running For Senior Joshua Nunn this XC season marks the door closing on a career marked by dedication and love for running. Joshua trains year around averaging nearly 60-70 miles, sometimes pushing his limits to 80 miles in a week. His drive and passion for running is starting

Fall Athletic Practices Begin Monday August 10

Truman athletics gets started again on Monday August 10 with all Fall sports beginning tryouts and practices. Student-athletes must be cleared on PRIVIT to participate. If you have questions please contact the athletic office at 816-521-5350 or email daniel_bieser@isdschools.org. Practice Times for Monday August 10: Cross Country 6 am-8 am at East Entrance of Truman

Spring Sports Earn Scholastic Achievement Awards

The 19-20 school year concluded with Truman Athletics Earning Scholastic Achievement Award through the Missouri State High School Activities Association. The following sports received the Distinguished level: Baseball, Boys Tennis, Boys Track and Field, Boys Golf, and Girls Soccer Girls Track and Field received the Outstanding level. Congratulations to all student-athletes and coaches. Keep up

Coaches Corner – Strong Bond Between Two Runners

Real Truman Track and Field/XC News   Coaches Corner – Strong Bond Between Two Runners   Big things usually come from small beginnings. Anything that has any kind of meaning usually takes work overtime. Those things are often worked for alone with long-distance runners. As they say, the road is never crowded along the extra

A Patriot Aiming Higher – Story of a Pole Vaulter

Real Truman Track and Field/XC News A Patriot Aiming Higher – Story of a Pole Vaulter The decision came after his freshman year when one day, he approached the pole vault coach at Truman about the event. Sam Day decided to become a pole vaulter. Nearly a year later and after a spring season canceled

A Patriot Aiming Higher – Story of a Pole Vaulter

Real Truman Track and Field/XC News A Patriot Aiming Higher – Story of a Pole Vaulter After a year lay off, Junior Hayden Kunkel is finally healthy again. COVID 19 didn’t help the process of development losing out on his sophomore year of spring training and competitions. In his freshman year, he jumped 10’6ft to

Winter Sports Scholastic Achievement Awards

Truman athletics not only performed on the athletic surface but also in the classroom. These sports received either the Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award or the Distinguished Scholastic Achievement Award. To earn the Outstanding teams had to have a combined GPA of 3.5-4.0 and to earn Distinguished teams had to have a combined GPA of 3.0-3.49.