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Track blazes past the competition

Danny Wariner
After struggling with weather against the Broncos, the Redhawks are back Friday and Saturday to compete in the Trojan Relays. “I’m excited to get new times and set new goals to reach for the next meet,” junior Evan Bullitt said.

Redhawk track and field blazed past the competition at their Wylie East Distance and Relays meet on Thursday, having multiple top three placements and two first place finishes including senior Sydni Wilkins taking first in the 3200m.

“I feel really good about how I ran,” Wilkins said. “I had a 13 second PR from last year, which is really exciting with this being the first meet of the season.”

Although there were many successes for the team, some mistakes still arose. 

“We had a couple of things that didn’t go exactly as planned and that we need to work on,” girls’ head coach Kheara Vay said. “But with it being early in the season I’m hopeful that those mistakes and kinks get worked out and we can continue to build on the success we had.”

The runners exceeded expectations for Vay, more specifically, the freshmen on the team.

“I think the team had a really good showing for our first meet, having a big team with a lot of freshmen having their first experiences,” Vay said. “I think we just need to get into a better routine of meets to be more organized.”

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Addi Lefkof is a sophomore going into her first year on the Wingspan staff. She writes as a sports reporter and is involved in Redhawk volleyball and softball. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music, watching films, and spending time with her family. She loves all things journalism and anticipates a wonderful year on Wingspan.

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