Track and Field leaves a lasting impression at States

Track and Field has had a very successful season this year with numerous new school records and many new members. The team couldn’t do it without the coaches always pushing them to do their best and to break their own personal record. During Regionals at the Erickson Field, the boys and girls 4×800 teams both received 1st. The intense workouts have made all the difference for this team. The hard work has really paid off by having 22 events qualify for states.

“I’m very excited for states with 22 qualifiers. I think we have a chance to get more medals than we did last year. I think we also have a chance to have more than one state champion in an event. I think the athletes are very well prepared for states. We could try to throw in a couple of Elizabeth Hills here last minute, but I think they are ready to go. They have worked hard all season and I wish them the best of luck,” Coach Petrovsky said.


Haley Moore- 400, 800, 4×400, 4×800

Mary Kerby- 1600, 3200, 4×800

Cammi Ferguson- 1600, 4×400, 4×800

Emily Pelfrey- 3200

Sofia Perez- Long Jump, 300 H, 4×800, Shuttle Hurdles

Bree Moss- 4×400, Shuttle Hurdles

Emily Cottrell- 4×800

Allie Bailey- Shuttle Hurdles

Hayden Moneypenny- Shuttle Hurdles

Amanda Isenhart- Shot

Alexis Petrovsky- Discus



Cam Nelson- 100

Logan Kerby- 800, 1600, 3200, 4×800

Damian Alltop- 4×200

Stephen Cunningham- 4×200, 4×400

Lance Sims- 4×200

Cody Foutty- 4×200

Justin Rood- 4×400, 4×800

Brady Ohrn- 4×400, 4×800

Drew Adams- 4×400