Cross Country Coed Varsity
Hebron Academy is fortunate to have an extensive and well-maintained cross country trail network on campus, one that includes our 5K race course along with an additional three miles of interconnected trails. Hebron runners train each afternoon and they also work with our partners from the Central Maine Conditioning Clinic on strength and conditioning, core, balance, effective stretching techniques and gait analysis.
During the season, Hebron varsity and JV runners compete in weekly races against fellow MAISAD competitors and the season ends with a league championship race followed by the New England Championship. Hebron’s race trail is known as one of the best and most challenging courses in Northern New England and we hosted successful New England Championship races in both 2011 and 2012. Hebron looks forward to hosting the New England Division IV Championship race once again in November 2019.
|Ana Belen Abaroa Artolozaga||2025|
|Alfonso Alvarez Huerta||2025|
|Carlos Lopez Garcia||2022|
|Diego Pedroche Carrera||2025|
|Vanessa Ruiz Reyna||2022|
|Jaime Vallejo Poza||2025|
Mr. Lundblade is a lifelong student of history and the human mind. In addition to teaching AP U.S. History and AP Psychology, Mr. Lundblade is a dorm parent and coaches the cross-country and track teams. He has experience as an educator in a variety of contexts, from suburban New Jersey, to urban Philadelphia, to the farmlands of Ohio, and arriving at Hebron in 2018. He enjoys learning new things, acquiring new skills, and facing new challenges. Most recently he has returned to running ultramarathons after time off enjoying his daughter Celia’s first year of life. He enjoys exploring the mountain trails of Maine and New Hampshire.