What about injuries?

We need healthy athletes to compete in track and field and cross country.

  • Our goal is to ensure your athlete stays healthy and has a good season. 
  • However, should early signs of injury or an injury occur we can connect you with selected medical partners who are familiar with needs of the SMHS track and cross country athletes Below are 4 level s of injury prevention, diagnostic, and treatment you should follow:

Level 1 - SMHS Track and Cross Country Coaches

  • Do your stretches, drills, and core work outs?
  • Always let your coach know if you have any aches or pains?

They may suggest you go to Level 2 or 3

Level 2 - Massage Therapist

Level 3 - Physical Therapist

Level  4 - Orthopedic Doctor- General or Specialty
Dr. Michael F. Dombeck, DPB, FACFAS
Ankle & Foot Centers of Georgia

How about a good stretch?

Preparing for college sports

If you are interested in participating in cross-country or track & field in college, check out this link to the NCAA's page for prospective student-athletes and parents.

You can find out how to get involved in Division I, Division II, and Division III athletics, eligibility rules, scholarship information, and much more.

Monday, Wednesday-Friday
8:30 am – 5:30 pm
7:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Click HERE to visit the web site

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Fayetteville, GA 30214
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Follow us on Ga Milesplit

Georgia Milesplit is the place to check for details about upcoming track & field or cross-country meets, as well as results from previous meets and your favorite athlete's statistics. 

In addition, results for each meet are linked through our schedule page.