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Track Boys Coaches
Coach Jeff Kreil is our throws specialist.
Coach Kreil is entering his 7th season as the boys and girls throws coach for the Rams, with each year building on the success from the previous year. He has coached many All-Conference athletes, Sectional finalists, and even a SSC Red record holder in his short time as our throws coach. His debut coaching statebound athletes came in 2010, as he coached Alex Boiwka in the discus (finished 15th). Since then, he coached Nick Solis discus (28th) and the shot put (29th) in 2011, Stephanie Verduzco discus (16th) and the shot put (21st) in 2012, Paulina Gal in discus (21st ), Mackenzie Mellenthin (23rd), and Luis Garcia (23rd) in 2013.
Coach Kreil graduated from Reavis High School in 2001 and attended Illinois State University (BS degree in Second Health Sciences). He received his Admin MA degree and his C&I MA degree from ONU. His proficiencies include strength training, wellness and lifetime fitness. He married his wife Christina in ' 07, and was blessed with his first daughter Katie in April ' 12.
A 4 year letter winner for Mt. Assisi Academy in Lemont, IL, Coach Glynn competed in the Long Jump, Triple Jump, 4 x 100m Relay, and the Sprint Medley Relay. She began coaching Long and Triple jump at Sycamore High School while still in school at NIU and her top jumper earned 6th place in state for Triple Jump.
Coach Glynn has spent the past 9 seasons working with the mens and womens long, triple, and high jumpers as well as the hurdlers, many of whom have placed in conference and a few who have placed at sectionals.
She is really looking forward to her 10th season of jumpers. Go RAMS! She also enjoys jumping rope, kick boxing, and is always prepared for bad weather.
This is Coach Kuehl's 1st year as boy's head coach and 8th year coaching overall.
This is Coach Juracka's second year at Reavis High School & his first year as Assistant Track Coach. He is also the Head Boys Cross Country Coach in the Fall. In Coach Juracka's 4 years as an educator he has also coached Football, Girls Soccer and Boys Basketball. He graduated from Carl Sandburg High School in 2005 and recieved his Masters in Kinesiology & Sports Studies in 2011 to add to his Bachelors in Physical Education & Health from Eastern Illinois University.
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