Training youth athletes since 2005.
Tigard Youth Track’s purpose is to give youth in the community the opportunity to train and compete as part of the experience of Track & Field, in order to promote the ideals of: Teamwork, Good Sportsmanship, Good Citizenship, and Honorable Character.
We are happy to be entering into our 11th year and have now had the chance to watch kids that started with us move on to college.
We hope to see you on the track this season with us.
Registration for the 2017 season is now CLOSED
You will be notified via email if we have space available in each age group.
Interested in running with Tigard Youth Track this Spring?
We invite all NEW athletes and families to join us on Thursday, January 19th for our NEW athlete Open House!
New athlete registration will BEGIN on 1/20. Registration forms will be posted on the website for you to download and mail in. (We don’t offer online registration)
One last change!
With all the snow and rescheduling we’re getting bumped to Twality Middle School for our NEW ATHLETE meeting TONIGHT!
7-8pm at Twality Middle School
14650 SW 97th Ave, Tigard, OR 97224
Can you help me spread the word? I don’t want anyone to miss it.
TYT families, I’m looking for one person who may have 30 min to spare from 6:30-7:00 and can be at the HS to direct anyone that shows up it’s been moved to Twality, I’d be grateful!
Tigard Youth Track would like to recognize Julian Body and Xavier Simpson for receiving top honors as USATF Male Athlete of the Year!
Xavier Simpson is the USATF Youth National Champion in the 100M and took 2nd place in the 200M. We look forward to seeing X back on the track in the Spring.
Julian Body is a All-American hurdler placing 3rd in the 400M hurdles and 6th in the 110M hurdles. Good luck to Julian as he is headed to Stanford University on a track scholarship.
TIGARD YOUTH TRACK is the Pride of the Northwest at the 2016 Junior Olympics Nation Championships with 3 Gold Medals! As the entire country, fresh off the Track & Field Olympic Trials in Eugene, looks toward the Olympic games in Rio, over 6000 young athletes from around the Nation gathered in Sacramento last week at the annual USA Track & Field Junior Olympics Championships.
For the twelfth consecutive year, Tigard Youth Track Club sent a team to the event to compete among the best. The TYT contingent was the largest from the Pacific Northwest, competed admirably and earned the most medals of any from the region.
Tigard qualified 60 young athletes for the national event with a dominating performance at USATF Regional Championships held in Seattle last month. 50 of those made the trip to California along with several TYT coaches and Tigard Youth Head Coach, Ralph Greene.
TYT captured ten (10) USATF All America Honors rewarding a top 8 finishers in the nation with three (3) Gold Medal National Champions:
• Xavier Simpson: NATIONAL CHAMPION
11-12 Boys 100m
2rd Place. 11-12 Boys 200m
• Koby Kessler: NATIONAL CHAMPION
11-12 Boys High Jump
5th Place. 11-12 Boys Pentathlon
• Lauren McFall: NATIONAL CHAMPION
15-16 Girls Javelin
• Julian Body
3rd Place. 17-18 Mens 400m Hurdles
6th Place. 17-18 Mens 100m Hurdles
• Elizabeth Lea
5th Place. 13-14 Girls Javelin
• Spencer Kuffel
8th Place. 13-14 Boys Pentathlon
• Peyton Kuffel, Chase Pettibone, Hunter Gilbery, Cole Roney
8th Place 15-16 4x800m Relay
Several other TYT athletes delivered top results in the throws, sprints, jumps, long distance and relays. “We absolutely love repping Oregon at the JOs,” commented Greene. “Our athletes work very hard and, after a performance like last week, are now getting a national reputation! We are so proud of Tigard’s All Americans” Tigard Youth Track Club was established in 2004 and currently serves 155 young athletes from all over Portland. TYT Alumni have now gone on to several local High School and College Track & Field programs. Tigard was named USATF Oregon’s Track Club of the year in 2012 and has won the USATF NW
2016 TYT Cross Country is now open for registration.
Practice will start on August 23rd, 2016!
Please bring all registration forms below to the 1st day of practice.
High School Registration is now open for the 2016 season.
Please fill out the below documents and bring to practice.
Any questions, contact Ryen Boyd
tigardyouthtrackreg AT gmail dot com
REGISTRATION: High School REG 2016
Join us for the Tigard Youth Track Developmental Meet.
Pre-Registration is required via athletic.net by Thursday May 12th at 10:00AM
Links to Meet Brochure, Meet Schedule and Waiver are listed below:
Please have a printed waiver and $5.00 entry fee for 5/14.
******Per TTSD rules: NO DOGS allowed on THS school grounds. *******
Questions can be directed to Ryen Boyd at: tigardyouthtrackreg @ gmail.com
2016 Tigard Youth Track Registration for new athletes is now CLOSED.
February 2016 Registration Update:
You are welcome to send in a registration for the 2016 season but you will be put on a wait list for an open spot. We will notify you once we have a open spot.
Registration documents are posted below.
2016 Registration forms for the upcoming season: 2016 TYT REG PACKET
2016 Apparel order form: 2016 TYT Apparel Form
Please download BOTH attachments and mail them in to:
Tigard Youth Track
C/O Ryen Boyd
Remember new athletes need to include a COPY of your Birth Certificate for the USATF membership!
Questions: tigardyouthtrackreg @ gmail.com
Xavier Simpson 11-12
100- All-American with a 3rd place finish!
200- All-American taking the podium with a 3rd place finish!!!! TYT’s 1st JO Sprint Medal!
4×100- 14th overall with a big PR of 52.78
Hunter Gilbert 13-14
Pentathlon- All-American with a 4th place finish
1500- All-American with a 8th place finish
Pole Vault- 9th
Porter Sullivan 9-10
Long Jump- Huge PR at 11-5 3/4
High Jump- 21st
AJ Carter 9-10
High Jump- All-American with a 5th place finish
Long Jump- 11th
Spencer Smith 15-16
Decathlon 11th Place
Tori Forst 9-10
800- All-American 2nd place finish with a PR of 2:30.47
Lauren Paven 15-16
Lauren McFall 15-16
Javelin- All-American with a 5th place finish
Lena Greene 17-18
Long Jump – 41st
Triple Jump- 38th- ankle sprain on her 1st jump and and toughed it out. True competitor
Peyton Green 13-14
4×100 Relay- 25th place
Matthew Otness 11-12
Long Jump- 28th
4×100 Relay- 16th place with a PR of 52.78
Hudson Boyd 8 & Under
Long Jump- 10th place with a PR @ 11’9″
Shot Put- 14th
Hayden Gilbert 15-16
Pole Valut -18th and a HUGE PR @ 11’1″
Jeff Scott 9-10
Shot Put- 13th
11-12 Boys Relay
16th place with a 52.78 PR
Miles Ward, Matthew Otness, Desmond Jenkins, Xavier Simpson
13-14 Girls Relay
Impressive 25th place finish
Peyton Green, Larissa Chan, Nya Wilson, Emily Simmons