Despite a limited number of participants, this year’s MayPort-CG track and field team has its fair share of all-around talent, according to its coach.
“Kids have been joining gradually (and) we have everyone back from our sprint relays of two years ago for the girls who qualified for state,” said Patriots head coach Wendy Garrett-Mehus.
“We also hope to have good middle-distance relays on the boys side.”
MPCG’s track and field team will rely on athletes who are able to compete in a variety of events this spring.
Currently, Jonah Hodges is MPCG’s lone thrower, one whose best event is the javelin.
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