The HTCC Summer Technical Rowing Camp is designed to provide current members of the team with a chance to improve their fitness levels and sculling technique through the summer. Athletes will spend most of their time in small boats to develop better boat feel and will be provided with on the water technical coaching and video analysis. Workouts will be geared towards building an aerobic base for fall racing as well as continuing speed work for summer sprint races.
June 17 to July 14
Water Practice: 5:30 to 7 am Monday to Friday
Weight Training (optional): 7:45 to 9:15 am M/W/F
Catch the Cooper: June 22
Club Nationals*: July 10-14
*You will need to purchase a USRowing membership to race at club nationals.
For cost information and registration forms please contact Gregg Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Varsity Awards Banquet for the High School is Tuesday, June 4th. Anyone interested in attending should sign up in Mr. Epley's office.
Due to the rain we will not be cleaning boats today. Please come Thursday after school
Great job to all who raced this weekend! We finished with three boats in the finals and a silver medal for Kate and Juliette!
All rowers need to report to the boathouse after school tomorrow (Tuesday 5/28) to wash our boats. The quicker you get there and get started the quicker you get to go home!
See you tomorrow
Cassidy finished third in her heat and is the third HT boat to reach the finals! See below for schedule of finals and lane assignments:
Saturday - Finals
Ltwt Womens 2x Final (Lane 4): 1:00pm
Varsity Womens 1x Final (Lane 6): 2:50pm
Varsity Mens 4x Final (Lane 6): 3:15pm
Watch Saturday Racing at:
Congratulations to the jv girls quad on a fantastic season! They had a great race and just missed out on the finals.
The guys varsity quad finished third and will be racing in the finals at 3:15 tomorrow!
Next race: Cassidy in the girls varsity single at 8:05 tomorrow morning (top three advance)
Races will be streaming live at:
Girls Ltwt double: 1st place in heats! Final tomorrow at 1:00. Next race, girls jv quad at 3:55 followed by guys varsity quad at 4:25.
The SRAA Schedule and heat sheets are posted online. Below are the HT races for the weekend. Everyone is encouraged to come cheer on their teammates throughout the weekend.
Ltwt weigh in is Friday morning beginning at 6am. You need to bring a photo ID and the ltwt form found online. (I will email it to you the form in case you can't find it). You must weigh in 2 hrs before your race so be there by 6:30 and then head up to the boathouse when you're done.
Those racing please be at the boathouse 90 minutes prior to your race time unless otherwise specified.
Friday May 24th
Ltwt Womens 2x Heat 2: 8:45am (3 to Final)
JV Womens 4x Heat 2: 3:55pm (3 to Final)
Varsity Mens 4x Heat 2: 4:25pm (3 to Final)
Saturday May 25th
Varsity Womens 1x Heat 2: 8:05am (3 to final) - arrive at the boathouse by 7am.
Saturday - Finals
Ltwt Womens 2x Final: 1:00pm
JV Womens 4x Final: 1:40pm
Varsity Womens 1x Final: 2:50pm
Varsity Mens 4x Final: 3:15pm
The Haddon Twp Crew Club just finished an impressive first day of racing at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta! This is the world's largest high school regatta with over 5,000 competitors for 193 clubs around the United States and Canada Six of the clubs nine crews have advanced to race Saturday.
Brie and Mariana started the day off with an impressive time trial in the girls jr. double. Although they did not advance they raced extremely well for only joining forces this week. Keaton and Joel followed them with a heart breaker in the boys jr double, missing out on the semi's by 0.03 seconds. They also raced very well, and this should be good motivation as they move forward.
The girls lightweight double of Kate and Juliette continued their successful season by moving out of the time-trial and then advancing to the finals tomorrow with the fourth fastest time of the day in the semi's. Their final will be at 2:20 tomorrow.
The boys jr quad of Tyler, Dan, Ryan, and Noah was the second boat to advance to the semi-finals and will be racing at 8:30 tomorrow. They were followed by a very impressive race by the girls jr quad of Angela, Lauren, Maddie, and Noa. The girls finished with the third fastest time in the time-trial and will compete in the semi's tomorrow at 8:45.
Evan finished out his season by continuing to improve his racing in the boys varsity single. He has impressed the coaches more and more each day and has become very competent in the single, one of the hardest boats to race!
Cassidy was the next to qualify for Saturday racing with a great row in the girls varsity single. She will race in the semi's tomorrow at 10:50.
Emily and Nicole finished with the sixth fastest time of the trials in the girls senior double. They will be racing in the semi's at 9:35.
The last boat to advance to the semi's was the boys varsity quad. In a great race they were able to finish sixth overall in an extremely fast field. They will move on to race tomorrow at 10:25.
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