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To our Frisco Heat Track Family:  The Frisco Heat Board has determined that we can not safely conduct a summer track season as we would like for 2021 and there will be no registration this year.  Individuals may train on their own and compete in TAAF and the Heat coaches can provide guidance on training.  We are as disappointed as you are, but hope we can be together in 2022.


The Frisco Heat Track Club strives to provide our student athletes the opportunity to develop their speed, strength, self-esteem, and endurance through good sportsmanship, self-discipline, leadership, and goal achievement. Our volunteer coaching staff is committed to developing well-rounded athletes who understand the fundamentals of training and competing in track & field while also developing sound athletes of sound character.

Our club primarily competes in Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) events, which include circuit meets around the DFW area from late May through early July, with the focus on being in peak form for the TAAF Region 7 meet in early July. Qualifiers from the Region 7 TAAF meet have the opportunity to participate in the TAAF Summer Games held in late July. The 2020 Summer Games will be held in Corpus Christi, TX.

Frisco Heat Track Club History
The Frisco Heat was started in the spring of 2006 by Jason and Heather Money and Reggie Bush.  The desire was to create an organization to coach young athletes in track and field in the city of Frisco. In 2008, Frisco Heat joined forces with another local track team, the Frisco Flyers, started by James and Tanya Anderson that was based upon the same premise and goals as the Frisco Heat.  The result was a team of 75 young athletes competing at the highest level. As interest in the team increased, our team grew to over 200 athletes and 20 plus coaches.  Our coaching staff is a combination of past collegiate and professional competitors along with extremely dedicated parent coaches; many who are USA Track and Field certified.  With Head Coach Kevin Williams and our talented staff, Frisco Heat has cemented itself as one of the best youth track and field organizations in the state of Texas. Many of our recent elite athletes were highly ranked nationally in the USATF and AAU national championship events, have won multiple state championships, and set numerous state records. We have had the privilege to coach and help young athletes achieve their goal of competing at the collegiate level, including: Baylor University, the University of Texas, USC, Illinois, Texas Tech University, Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston State, University of Louisiana Monroe, Southern Mississippi University and Lyons College.  College signing day in Nov 2019 had 5 Frisco Heat alum signing offers to compete in college – – two at UT, one at Texas Tech, one at Stephen F. Austin and one at Louisiana Monroe.  Congrats!


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Information for Athletes Interested in Joining the FRISCO HEAT

Thank you for your interest in the Frisco Heat!  We are a summer track team that competes primarily in the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF).  Our first practice is usually late April or early May.  TAAF circuit meets commence in late May and run through mid-July, culminating with the Regional track meet.  Based on the size of our Region (7), top qualifiers in each event by age group qualify to participate in the Track & Field Summer Games of Texas.  For 2020 and 2021, the Summer Games will be held in Corpus Christi, TX.

For 2020, we will begin accepting applications for interested athletes in early March.  Based on the number of available roster spots from returning athletes, the Frisco Heat Board will review new applications and will inform families mid to late March.  We would love for all interested athletes to participate on our team, but have to cap our team size based on coach to athlete ratios and physical limitations of the number of lanes on the track.

The season fee for participating with the Frisco Heat is $225 per athlete.  The fee covers our costs for utilizing the track at High Schools, our insurance, a Frisco Heat uniform singlet, a Frisco Heat embroidered track bag, and a Frisco Heat T-shirt.  All Frisco Heat coaches are volunteers and receive no compensation for their efforts.

Practice Schedule

Below is a tentative practice schedule.  Practices will be held at Wakeland HS.

Mondays & Thursdays

6:30 pm – 7:30 pm 8U-10U Sprinters 12U-18U Field Events
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Middle/Long Distance
7:30 pm – 8:30 pm 8U-10U Field Events 12U-18U Sprinters (warm-up at 7:00 pm)

Tuesday (Specialty Day)

*Not required if your athlete is not participating in field events. Please remember that athletes who have not practice hurdles, high jump, shot and discus events will not be allowed to participate in these events at the meet.

6:30 pm – 7:30 pm 8U-10U High Jump 12U-18U Long Jump/Triple Jump/Hurdles
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm 12U-18U Middle/Long Distance
7:15 pm – 8:30 pm 12U-18U High Jump
7:30 pm – 8:30 pm 8U-10U Long Jump 12U-18U High Jump


Coach Kevin leading off the Coaches Relay. Of course, we won! Kevin in coaches relay

Head Coach

Kevin Williams

Coach Marc Peterson Frisco Heat since 2008 University of Texas cross country Level 1 USATF Certified

Lead Coach

Marc Peterson

Coach Gary Derheim Frisco Heat since 2008 Level 1 USATF Certified

Lead Coach

Gary Derheim

Coach Jason Money Frisco Heat since 2006 University of Louisville 100-400 meters, relays, long jump, high jump Level 1 USATF Certified

Lead Coach & Founder

Jason Money

Coach Chris Heavner Frisco Heat since 2012, Ran 800m and 1600M at Oklahoma University, Level 1 USATF Certified

Lead Coach

Chris Heavner

LEAD COACH Karl Heinrich

Lead Coach

Karl Heinrich