Coaching Staff

Coach Evans, Head Coach

Coach Evans has been running for over 40 years and has logged a total of 25,0Picture of Coach Evans.00-30,000 miles so far. This is his 13th season coaching and teaching at RHS. He was at Crabapple for 8 years before RHS. He has a wife Carol, 2 older boys, a dog named Sam and a cat named Isis (she was named 16 years ago after a Greek Mythology God).
What he likes most about coaching: Being with the kids and seeing how they improve.
Hobbies: running, mountain climbing, backpacking, and gardening.

 

Coach Allegood, Assistant Coach

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Coach Allegood has coached multiple sports over her 22 years in education including soccer, volleyball, lacrosse and now cross country. Although she has only been running casually for 8 years, Coach Allegood has completed four half marathons, seven 15k’s and a plethora of 10 and 5k’s. She is supported wholeheartedly by her husband, Kris, her two boys: Spencer (11) and Patrick (8), and her mom, Karen.
Hobbies: Boating, camping, traveling, and attending UGA football games.

Coach White, Assistant Coach

Picture of Coach White.Coach White has been coaching for 35 years. He coached at Missouri State for 5 years. He has coached Track and Field at RHS since 1996 and this is his fourth year with the RHS XC team. Bob has a wife and 2 grown kids.
Hobbies: Coaching.
Favorite thing about coaching: interactions with the kids.

 

 

Coach Nieman, Assistant Coach

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Coach Nieman is
 married to his beautiful wife Tori. He enjoys traveling and running. He has been running long distance for about 3 years. He has completed 3 marathons (2 road and 1 trail) and 5 half-marathons. Coach Nieman’s goal is to run 50k then a 50 miler. He enjoys running, especially long distance running because it teaches you a lot about trusting the process and pushing yourself mentally. He truly believes that anyone who is willing to work hard can be a great runner, you just have to work hard and put in the time training. He enjoys seeing the kids work hard and do more than they thought they could.