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High Noon Athletic Club ( views since Nov 2006)

Ithaca, NY

Founded 1982 by John Walsh and John M. Saylor

 

Reunion 2007

 

Here's some past documentation (August 1994) I have (obviously needs MAJOR updating assuming anyone wants to add to this):

High Noon Athletic Club

USATF # 646

 

Established 1982

Purpose: To foster health and endurance performance in all forms of athletic endeavors.

Officers:

President for Life - John M. Saylor

Secretary, Adam Engst

Vice President, Treasurer - E. Richard Hoebeke



FAQ (Maybe this should be a new page but I'll put it here for now)

 

When did High Noon start and who named it?

Of course people have run from Teagle Hall at Cornell for many years. TJ Pempel and Larry Prudhome among others predate the naming of High Noon by several years. In 1982 however, John Walsh and John Saylor (who had been part of the noon time group for several years) decided they wanted to have a group identity and team to run for. After several runs of discussing what to call it, John Walsh said "We always get together at noon so let's call it High Noon". He declared John Saylor President for Life and that was it.

 

What is the criteria for inclusion in HN?

The only criteria is that you've once run in Ithaca at high noon- if you are reading this, you are probably a member!!! The list of members below is out of date. So if you consider yourself a member, put your name here and the year when you first started.

 

Where did the High Noon AC logo come from?

The High Noon AC logo which depicts a blazing sun is printed on High Noon singlets and t-shirts was inspired by the the Japanese Rising Sun and conceived by John Saylor and designed by John in collaboration with Claude Schyler in (date??)

 

How do people subscribe to the High Noon mailing list?

To subscribe, send email to:

HIGHNOON-L-request@cornell.edu

And the body of the message should say only:

join

(Or just click the link above, which should create the message appropriately.)

 

Please add other FAQ Questions and Answers in this section. Feel free to disagree and re-write history as you know it.


 

Races Sponsored Annually

  • Hartshorne Masters Mile (Male and Female)- Late in January oldest masters mile in the United States. Held in Barton Hall in conjunction with the Cornell Invitational Track Meet
  • Ithaca 5&10 - Cosponsors. Held every September, 5 mile and 10 mile races in downtown Ithaca. In 1990 the 10 mile race will be part of the Upstate New York circuit of races for which their is major corporate sponsorship.
  • Skunk Cabbage Classic 10K and Half Marathon - Cosponsors. Held every April the week before the Boston Marathon.

 

Team Members: If you've ever run at High Noon in Ithaca, then you too are a team member so put your name and dates here. If you're currently running at noon from Teagle on a regular basis, make your name bold!

  • E. Richard Hoebeke
  • John M. Saylor (1982-present) 
  • Susan V. Compton
  • Terry Goodenough (deceased 2009)
  • Alan Bowman
  • Thom Bugliosi (deceased)
  • Rhonda Bell
  • Herb Engman
  • David Block
  • Mike Bunsey
  • Kris Wernsted
  • Terry Habecker
  • Rich Bernstein
  • T. J. Pempel (1982-????)
  • Jon Conrad
  • Tim Carrig
  • Ken Mann
  • Rick Cleary
  • Steven Youra
  • Marc Parlange
  • Mary Knapp
  • Tom Rishel
  • David Rossiter
  • Doug Burdi
  • Larry Prud'homme (1982-????)
  • Gerhard Schmid (1982
  • James Bucko
  • James Liebherr
  • Maureen Carter
  • Roger Sayre
  • Tamara Sayre
  • Michael Wycoff
  • Jeff Bernstein
  • Scott Jones
  • John Hylas
  • Rajani Sudan
  • Adam Engst (1988-1991, 2001-present): Ask me about Open and Masters X-C teams!
  • Ken Packman
  • Ed Mclaughlin
  • Steve Anderson
  • Don Farley 1982
  • Christine Rossiter
  • Joe Campagni
  • Rod Garratt
  • Duane Kennedy (1985-1987)
  • Marc Novak
  • Wayne Schwark
  • Paul Crovella 1982
  • Randy Kabrick
  • John Walsh (1982-?)
  • Ebe Ghanbari
  • Jim Bisogni (1994- present) 
  • Charlie Fay (1997- present)
  • John Dailey (2004- 2008)
  • Terry Delaney (1996-2004?)
  • Lorrie (Marnell) Tily (1993 - present)
  • Chris Mansfield 
  • Stacey Benton
  • Julie Hilson
  • Mark Schneider
  • Geoff Hutchison (2004-2007)
  • Randy McDermott (2005-2006)
  • Eric Davis (2005-2008)
  • Casey Carlstrom
  • John Whitman
  • Bruce Roebal
  • Boris Dzikovski
  • Raju Rohde (1996-2000)
  • Darian Muresan
  • Jon Healey (2005-2006)
  • Charlie Fausold
  • Greg MacGowan
  • Jim Cremer
  • Jay Hubisz (2004-2005, 2008-present)
  • Steve Gallow (2005- present)
  • Steve Shaum (2005 - present)
  • Jess Walden (2006-2009)
  • Ben Gray (2006-2009)
  • Nick Scalfone
  • Carl Franck
  • Joe Lyman (2006-Present) 
  • Jeff DuBois 
  • Brian Lazzaro (2009 - present) 
  • Sandy Gregorich (1993-1997 on and off since)
  • Loren Mooney
  • Beth Drees  
  • David Keifer (2008 to present) 
  • Bert Bland (2008 onward)
  • Mark North (1990-1993) 

 

Common Runs in the Ithaca Area (and surrounds)

Suggest using http://www.runningmap.com/ (type Ithaca, NY at top left and click on arrow; select hybrid view under Map Settings) to construct and save URLs for routes. Unless otherwise noted, all routes described below begin at the east door of Teagle Hall (the Lynah Rink side of Teagle) on the Cornell University campus. A group leaves daily from that location - at noon of course - Monday through Friday.


Races High Noon runs as a team


 

 

 

 

 

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