Wings of Moon

            Wings of Moon Track Club

Cross country season is around the corner.  


We will practice MONDAYs and THURSDAYs beginning Thursday August 30th.  No practice on Labor Day.  The first 2 practices will be at Moon Park - meet at the Clearview shelter (back of park by tennis courts).  Time:  6:30. Practice locations may vary.


If you are a Wings of Moon track team member, there is NO FEE.  You are already a member of USATF - you have paid your club dues.  You will register your child and pay registration fees at each meet.   


If you are NOT a Wings of Moon track team member, the fee is $20.  You must register your child for USATF (also $20, see USATF registration instructions PDF) and fill out the WOM registration form (2018 CC WOM Reg Form PDF) BEFORE your first practice. You will register your child and pay registration fees at each meet.  

The Wings of Moon cross country meet is free for all WOM athletes


Coaching Information

If you are interested in coaching, please see head coach Joe Obeldobel for information.  The USATF Three Rivers requirements have changed. 


Mission Statement

Wings of Moon Track Club will provide each student athlete the opportunity to reach his/her full potential by learning skills related to Track and Field and by improving their physical conditioning.  We endeavor to develop well-rounded individuals who learn not only the fundamentals of athletic training but also the importance of moral character.  We will nurture feelings of self-esteem, model good sportsmanship, and encourage our young athletes to have fun as they form bonds of friendships with their peers. 


Our goal is to teach, train and motivate young people in the belief that this experience will prove valuable to them as they grow and develop into high school and college student-athletes.

Coaching Philosophy

Our coaches place the emotional and physical well being of the athletes ahead of any personal desires or ambitions.  We are here to help the individual athlete enjoy sport rather than promote the club.  We believe the student-athlete must make the stopwatch or tape measurement their primary competition. We do not measure success by those who have "won" but by those who have tried their best.