Weekly Roundup: Track & Field News From Around the State

A collection of articles from newspapers and websites around the state about the great sport of track & field.

 

Triangle Honor Roll

(On TrackHonors.com)

 

WNC Honor Roll

(On Citizen-Times.com)

 

 

Owen's Emily Kimble shoots for new heights

Every track event that Owen senior Emily Kimble enters is decided by inches or fractions of a second.  Who better to understand the science of such a sport than the top student in her class, one who sports a weighted grade-point average of 4.96?

Read more on CitizenTimes.com

 

 

WSSU to Drop Three Sports, Starting This Fall

Winston-Salem State has decided to eliminate men's indoor track and field, men's outdoor track and field and men's golf in an effort to enhance its overall athletics program.

Read more on JournalNow.com

 

 

2011-2012 Girls Track & Field Athletes of the Year

Putting together the perfect relay team is sort of like a chemistry experiment. Sometimes, as was the case this winter with the Cuthbertson girls 4×400-meter relay team, pieces need to be added or subtracted to get just the right mix. Sometimes, that formula is never achieved.

Read more on UnionCountyWeekly.com 

 

 

Robinson leads Lady Cavs to victory in EBHS Invitational

East Burke senior Kailey Robinson enjoyed quite a Saturday in her Lady Cavaliers’ first-place finish at the fifth annual East Burke Invitational.

Read more on Morganton.com

 

 

Evans, Cummings Boys Take Charge in Invitational at Eastern Alamance

Four first-place medals clinked around Francesca Evans’ neck as she described her day for Saturday’s J.J. Knox Invitational track and field meet at Eastern Alamance.

Read more on TheTimesNews.com

 

 

Queen City Relays Showcase Area's Best

For more than 30 years, the Queen City Relays at Myers Park has served as a kind of all-star break for area high school track programs.


Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/03/24/3124073/queen-city-relays-showcase-areas.html#storylink=cpy

Read more on CharlotteObserver.com

 

 

 

 

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