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Aaron Ramirez ‘23 Recruiting Profile

  • Marcus High School
  • Flower Mound, TX
  • Men's Track
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Aaron Ramirez's Men's Track Recruiting Profile
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Sec. Position:
Distance & PR
5k & 15:41.4
  • 2022 Highlights

Personal Statement

Hello, my name is Aaron Ramirez, I was born in California and moved to Washington State when I was 8 and now recently moved to Texas.  I will be entering into my Junior year,  we moved to Texas so I could get the most out of my high school career. I love learning, I will be taking dual credit classes along with AP and Honors classes. Education is important to me, I am looking to enter into the engineering field and learning Spanish in hopes to use a second language throughout my career.  I want to attend a university after high school, so I have chosen classes that will prepare me for that.  I want to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints after I graduate. I understand that it is important to have a spiritual component to my education. This is why I attend early morning seminary every day before school starts. I believe that including our Heavenly Father in all areas of my life is important. Something that sets me apart in character is that I love my family,  I have two sisters and one brother.  I enjoy playing games, attending movies, traveling and joking around with my family. I also love to serve, I was active in the Boys Scouts of America until I received my Eagle Scout  in 2020. I collected sensory processing tools for elementary schools in my area. This allowed the schools to start off a year with closets full of tools that help all sorts of children that may need extra attention in the classroom. I chose this because, I have a brother that I would see struggle in his classroom and I wanted to help. I was in the Bainbridge Island High School service club and had fun serving in my church and community after I was done in the Scouting program.  Something that sets me apart as an athlete is that I am an advocate for good sportsmanship. I love being part of a team,  my favorite thing that I do after  races is cheer on other competitors after me even if they were not on my  team.  I  attend all the races even if I am injured. I love being with my team. I try to be out going and inclusive so I can make friends with everyone. I always stayed until the end of the meets to cheer on my friends and help the coaches clean up.  I am always early to practice so I can get the most of my warm up. Living in a cold area I learned that I had to warm up really well before my workouts to prevent injury. I have learned to listen to my body and know when to stop or not. I understand the commitment it takes to become a well rounded athlete and student. I have good examples of athlete's in my family. My parents, grandfather and three uncles competed at the college or university level in track and cross country.   I am excited to enter my Junior year in a new school and gain new friends and keep connections with my current friends in Washington.  This year and next year will be a great year of growth  physically and academically because of my Freshman year cutting short and  an unique Sophomore   year I have a lot to make up for so I know what I need to do and am ready for that commitment to the next two years to prepare for college.  I look forward to preparing myself spiritually, physically, intellectually, and socially for the next phases in my life.


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 3 years
  • 2021 Varsity Team
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  • Season Schedule
  • 2021 Varsity Team
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  • Season Schedule
  • 2020 Varsity Team
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  • Individual Awards:
    2nd place in the 2 mile and 3rd place in the mile at the Goldsmith Invite, Lewisville Highschool, Texas
  • Team Awards:
    4t Place in District in the 800 to move on to Area
  • Season Schedule

Coach References

  • High School Coach
  • Andrew Reinburg
  • High School Head Coach
  • Andrew Grimn
  • High School Assistant Coach
  • Anne Lindquist

Additional Sports

  • Football
  • 1 Year
  • Freshman Team
  • Swimming
  • F
  • 1 Year
  • Sophomore Team
  • Varsity Letter



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High School Information

High School:
Marcus High School
(469) 713-5196

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. Spanish 3 honors
AP Classes:
Yes. World History AP English 4 Dual Credit AP Physics
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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • National Honors Society 2020/21 National Honors Society 2021/22
  • Activity
    • Eagle Scout 2020
  • Activity
    • Honorary Rotary Club member 2020
  • Activity
    • Seminary
  • Activity
    • Bainbridge Island Service club
  • Activity
    • Piano
  • Activity
    • Guitar
  • Activity
    • Working as a Life guard

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Event 2021 Varsity Te 2021 Varsity Te 2020 Varsity Te
1600M 4:35 Time Trial at the High School PR 4:45.00 4.26.62 Gold Smith invite, Lewisville Texas 03/31/22
3200M 10:07 First XC race PR. 10:56 9.46.83 Gold Smith Invite, Lewisville Texas 03/31/22
5K 16:03 Flower Mound, Texas 2021 16.02. Flower Mound Invite,
Distance & PR 2 mile 10:07, PR in the 3 mile is 15.41


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