Track team faces tough loss

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Kate Simpson and Lillian Settle, Reporters Boys and Girls Track lost a tough meet against Woodhaven on Tuesday, but are looking at the loss as motivation for the rest of the season. “I think it is going to be a hard season for leagues but we are just going to keep practicing,” senior thrower Michelle Robinson said. This meet means the boys are now 1-2 and the girl’s are 2-1. Though this is a tough loss the Bears were able to pull out a few wins in individual events. The boys 4×200 meter relay got first with great performances by senior Jordan Kurdi, junior Cecil Chapman, senior Nate Haysman, and sophomore Steven Breton. The distance runners also held their own, both the boys and girls got first in the 1600 meter race (Jordan Burks and Gabby Feltz). The Bears did put up a fight, and achieved many personal bests trying to stay on the heels of their competitors. Senior Olivia Johnson PR’d in the 300 meter hurdles, barely being beat by Woodhaven. This is the first time this season Johnson has lost this event. With the rest of the season ahead of them the team is looking forward to getting back into practice and shedding seconds of their races. “We have some big competition with our league but… we are getting after practice, getting it done, and staying together as team,” Robinson said.

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