May 9, 2023

Girls track places 2nd at home

Coahc Roemmich said, “Saturday’s meet was enjoyable because we were able to compete in front of our home crowd. The day was windy, but we competed well. Our team was able to place 2nd overall scoring a total of 123 points. We had a few place high, but most importantly we had a lot of PR for the year.”
He continued, “We have just been gradually getting better and better throughout the year. I’m excited and proud to see the girls working so hard. Overall, it was a pretty good day for the Wolves. Thank you to all of the parents, community members, administration, coaches and athletes for their help in making this meet a success. It does take a lot of people to host a track and field meet. We had nine event first place finishes.”

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