Boys track almost to the finish line

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Boys track almost to the finish line

Junior Ayman Elhag runs at the invitational meet at Prince George’s County Learning and Sports Complex.

Junior Ayman Elhag runs at the invitational meet at Prince George’s County Learning and Sports Complex.

Junior Ayman Elhag runs at the invitational meet at Prince George’s County Learning and Sports Complex.

Junior Ayman Elhag runs at the invitational meet at Prince George’s County Learning and Sports Complex.

Mahdi Larhmari, Staff Writer

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On Jan. 13, the Atoms boys indoor track had a invitational meet at Prince George’s County Learning and Sports Complex in Prince George’s County, MD.
The indoor track team had just came off a meet against Robinson, James Madison and Wakefield at Thomas Jefferson Middle School.
With many happy runners and smiling faces leaving Prince George’s County Learning and Sports Complex, overall that atoms indoor track team felt successful in what they did.
Head Coach Phil Harris was impressed and satisfied with his team’s work.
“I thought the boys did an amazing job but the girls a little work in progress,” Harris said.
“The boys took second place in a major meet consisting a large amount of 113 different schools in it. Also, Senior Joseph Mccoy finished second in hurdles and Sophomore Jay Pendarvis finished first and won the 300,” Harris said.
Junior Ayman Elhag is now completing his third year on indoor track.
Ayman does sprints and he is also on the 4×4 relay team who is competing to make regionals in New York.
Not to mention, he also plays football for the Atoms.
Despite his accomplishments, Ayman felt like he can make some improvements also.
“Some things I need to improve are like just technical things like my body lean, open up a nice stride length just so it can help when I’m getting tired, and also not favoring one side because I still am recovering from an ankle injury.”
The boys next meet will be on Jan. 20 at Osbourn Park High School and they will be competing against Osbourn Park.
(results of this meet were not available by publication date)