Boys track looks forward to the upcoming season

With key members having graduated last ear like Robert Lamb and Aviad Gebrehiwot the boys will have to step it up and will try and duplicate the season that they had last year.

“Staying in shape while football season continues working on my running form, speed, and endurance throughout our conditioning period during practice,” senior Nana Forson said.

While others members are  trying to improve from the previous winter season by putting up their full potential in every workout they do there are others that are trying to exceed expectations and get better than ecpected.

“Last year was my best year in track and it’s going to be really hard to beat my personal record, so that means I have to do extra work and stay healthy,” junior Mahittem Tigabu said.

The senior members of the boys indoor track to team are trying to make the best of the their last season by heping the other teammates  every step of the way.

“I’ve done track since my freshman year of high school. I plan to improve my times and skills from last year by working hard. This year I plan to be dedicated to track at all times and help out my teammates,” said Forson.

Returning athletes are pushing forward making vast improvements in order to reach districts, then make it to regionals and finally states.

“I did track last year and I got 11 minutes at districts for the 2 mile, which is pretty slow so I am focusing on improving my time for the two mile,” junior Youssef El-Bourki said The boys indoor track team is excited for the season to come and for the new members joining this team this year.

“New members of the track team, the meets and even the hard workouts that are to come during the practices,” said junior Jeremiah Bethea .