Boys’ Track heads into postseason


Connor McDonald

LINED UP Running laps, sophomores Ashton Silva and Kwaku Awuah exercise their endurance for track. Despite many of the members sustaining wounds throughout the year, the Boys’ Track has been working hard to overcome their injuries and succeed in the future.

Josephine Mittelberger, guest editor

With a record of 3-1-1 and all of the runners hitting their personal records, Boys’ Track heads towards their post season. Following last year, eight people went to State and achieved 21st in the 3200 meter run, 19th in the 110 meter hurdles, 20th in the 4×400 meter relay and 17th in the 4×800 meter relay. Working towards going back to State strong, many are preparing by creating better running plans.

Trying to recover from an injury, Corey Dennis, senior, hopes to run the 400 four by four at State. Missing the feeling that comes with intense competition, he is anxiously awaiting postseason.

“I like the team as a whole—you cannot always have the best team, but it is really fun going to practice and talking to everyone and then running,” Dennis said.