Monrovia Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Bulldogs Cross Country Advances 7 Runners to Boy/Girls Regionals!

Girls Cross Country Congratulations to Emma Gaston, Arielle Collins, Faith Nagel, Ashley Trudeau, and Justis Teters on their 5th place finish advancing to XC regional next week.   Boys Cross Country Congratulations to Broden Goodman on his 17th place and Tucker Rahn 38th to advance to the regional while leading the team to a 7th

Monrovia HS – Athlete of the Week – Broden Goodman (Cross Country)

Congratulations to the Monrovia High School – Nichols Insurance Athlete of the Week: Broden Groodman of the Boys Cross Country team. Broden Goodman tied his personal record of 18:09 Saturday at the Decatur Central Golden Spike Invitational, then followed up that race with a 6th place finish in the ICC meet on Tuesday. His finish

Congratulations to Andrew Willett – Monrovia Male Athlete of the Year

Congratulations to Monrovia’s 2019-20 Male Athlete of the Year, Andrew Willett! Andrew has accomplished so much for the Bulldogs. Good luck to Andrew as he heads to Ball State University in the fall to major in telecommunications. #GoDawgs #MultiSportAthlete #TheMayor Cross Country All-conference, All-county, 2x Regional qualifier Track 2x Academic All-state, 4×800 record holder, 2x

Senior Spotlight – Andrew Willett

The Monrovia High School Athletic Department will be spotlighting some of our MHS spring sports seniors. Since we will be playing an abbreviated season (at best), we’d like to take this opportunity to recognize our seniors and allow you to get to know them a little better. Name: Andrew Willett (The Mayor) Spring Sport / Accomplishments:

Monrovia Athletics – (Fall) Team GPA’s

Congratulations to all of our Fall Sports athletes for working hard in balancing their rigorous academic schedule and competing in a fall sport. Sometimes its easy to forget that our high school student-athletes are full time students first, and part time athletes second. Our young men and women exemplify what it means to be a true student-athlete The