May 11, 2023

Girls Track & Field are STATE CHAMPIONS for the Third Year in a Row!

Our 2022–2023 high school track & field teams had a great weekend at the TAPPS State Track Meet in Waco. The boys team took sixth place out of 27 schools and the girls team won their THIRD TAPPS 4A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP IN A ROW!!!

All our athletes competed well with both of our 4×100 relays taking first place to start off the running events. The girls team consisted of Maddie Dodd, Riley Fox, Evie Greenberg and Sophia Swanton and boys team consisted of Brody Johnson, Adler Smith, Maxwell Landrum and Price Shultea. Nicole Santos won the triple jump and was runner-up in the long jump; Adler Smith won the boys 100m dash. Our girls 4×200 relay team won consisting of Maddie Dodd, Riley Fox, Evie Greenberg and Sophia Swanton. Mariana Van Dyk earned second place in shot put and won discus with a school record throw of 129’9”!

A list of the full results can be found hereWe are so proud of all our track athletes and all the hard work they put into this season! Go, Warriors!

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