John Glenn High School (Westland) Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Have You Registered For Fall Sports?

Student athletes are reminded they must complete the online registration form and tun in an athletic physical form to the main office before they will be allowed to participate in a Fall sport. The athletic registration is available at the top of the home page of this website.  The sports physical must have been performed

Join the Cross Country Team!

John Glenn is seeking additional boys and girls cross country runners for the upcoming 2015 season.  We have a new coaching staff and they are excited about our returning team. Cross country practice will begin on Wednesday, August 12 at 10:00 am.  All boys and girls interested in participating on our cross country team must complete

Fall Sports Around The Corner. Have You Registered?

The Fall season is quickly approaching and all student athletes are reminded that they must complete the online registration form and turn in their athletic physical before they will be allowed to participate. The athletic registration link is on the top of the homepage of this website and the physical form is also available there,

Cross Country Competes At Falcon Invite

The Rockets travel to Dearborn to compete in the Falcon invite hosted by Divine Child at Ford Woods Park. The sun was high in the sky with few clouds so it was a warm sunny Saturday morning. Austin Hickerson lead the team to the finish with a personal record of 18:13. Ben Bibers holds truth

John Glenn Vs Franklin

Tuesday’s meet against the Franklin Patriots was a home meet and gave athletes a rare chance to run on a flat course. Ben Biber led the team to the finish line followed by personal records set by Austin Hickerson, Justin Hadyniak, Kenyatta Mason, Cory Routen, Ahmad Allen, James Demsky, Luke Staples, Dakota Warner, Ethan Pippin,

Monroe Jefferson Invite

The Rockets traveled to new territory as they lined up at the Monroe Jefferson invite. The meet was hosted at the beautiful Sterling State Park. Ben Biber fought hard for his place during the meet as he lead the team in, placing in the top 30 and receiving a medal for his efforts. Kenyatta Mason

Nike Invite

The Rockets took a cross country trip before they arrived at the destination of Springfield Oaks Park where the Holly area schools hosted the Nike Raffin Festival of Races. The air was crisp on this Saturday morning and the competition was fierce with the first 26 runners running under 17 minutes. Ben Biber finishing first

John Glenn vs Churchill

The Rockets lined up once again at the challenging course of Cass Benton Park, this time against the Churchill Chargers. Ben Biber lead the team with a 2nd place finish. Kenyatta Mason achieved a personal record during this race as he continues to improve in his first cross country season.

Ramblin Rock Invite

Despite a rough take off for the rockets the team managed to pull it together, stay focused, and execute the race. After a frustrating start to a promising season Ben Biber was able to rise to the challenge leading the team in with the best time of the season (18:21). Happy with more than a


The cross country season pops off with the traditional Mustang Invite hosted by Northville High School at the challenging course of Cass-Benton Park. Most of the boys are first time cross country runners, but that didn’t stop these Rockets from blasting out the box at the sound of the gun. Austin Hickerson was the firs John