Track & Field
2013-14 - After runner up finishes in XC & Indoor Track, the boys' win the 2014 Outdoor Track & Field State Championship!
2015 - The boys' end a 26 year drought of state titles and bring home the 4A State Championship in Cross Country! Team was ranked nationally in the top 25 for over 11 weeks.
2017 - The boys' win the Cross Country State title in their first year in the 3A classification. Cameron Ponder wins the individual crown in 15:19.
Coach Riley took over the girls program in 2014. Coach competed at Wake Forest in college and was also head coach at East Forsyth HS in Kernersville. After coaching at Wake Forest he returned to high school to lead our ladies team. His wife Summer is our pole vault coach and they have four children. Coach Riley teaches Biology at MTHS.
| 2009– |
Mount Tabor girls' win the Indoor Track title.
|2002 – |
Girls' team wins their 2nd state XC title and also sweep Indoor and Outdoor Track state titles. Boys' win Indoor and Outdoor Track state titles as well!
|1989 – |
Mount Tabor boys' XC win their 2nd state meet title. Brant Armentrout is our first individual state champion. Brother Kyle is runner-up.
|2001 – |
Girls' team capture their first XC state meet title and also sweep Indoor and Outdoor Track state titles.
|1988 – |
The Mount Tabor boys' XC team capture their first state meet title.
|1986 – |
MTXC boys' In just their 3rd year qualify for the state meet. They have gone every year since. It is what we do and the longest consecutive streak in NC.
|1987 – |
The Mount Tabor girls' program begins.
The 2018-19 school year will mark his 13th year at Mount Tabor. Coach Cromwell takes pride in upholding and building off of the great tradition laid down by his predecessors. He most enjoys the family atmosphere between parents, athletes, and coaches. You will often see his two daughters, Caroline and Evelyn, and wife, Stacia, at practice and meets. Coach ran at Haverford HS in Pa and still holds 5 school records there. He ran at Appalachian State University in college earning degrees in Health Promotion and Health Education and teaches Health at MTHS.
As a parent of a young athlete, you appreciate how dedicated coaching combined with a fun environment can make all the difference. Mount Tabor Cross Country and Track & Field always produce a sports experience that your child will talk about for years and challenge them to grow as students, athletes, and ultimately as a person.