The Boys track program, led by Chris Koval, is looking to build off its 3rd place finish in the GCC a year ago. The mustangs return 42 letter winners and 42 Multi-sports athletes from a year ago in hopes of competing for the GCC crown in 2019. The mustangs hope to build off a tremendous indoor season where they had 9 state qualifiers.
Leading the way for the Mustangs in 2019 are athletes such as:
When asked about the 2019 season, Head Coach Chris Koval stated, “I am excited to watch Joe Gillette in every event he competes. He is a great competitor and I look forward to see the growth he has this year compared to a year ago. I also look for Moe Abusway, who will be returning from a season ending injury last year in his quest to return to the state championship meet. Lastly, I look for athletes such as Jack Mott (in the 800) and Rile Anderson (in the 400) compete for the top spot in every meet.”
While the enthusiasm is high around the boys track program, there are some areas of growth. Coach Koval stated, “We have some holes and questions marks in the field events as well as the distance events. We will asking for young guys to step up and fill those roles. Although there may not be much success, the next man up mentality is what is needed for our team to compete as a whole.”
Good Luck to the Mustangs as they open the season on March 23rd at home for their annual Elite Meet