Women’s track and field


Grant Sharretts

Seniors Faith Ensor and Holly Driver sprint ahead inside their lanes during practice. Driver and Ensor are returning seniors and leaders on the women’s track team.

Daniel Robinson, Copy Editor

As the spring sports teams begin their first practices, one team, in particular, is ready to have a breakout season: women’s track.

“We have a solid core of returning veterans in distance, hurdles, and the vertical jumping events,” head coach Michael Monaghan  said.

Runners are excited for the coaches this year, too. “Mr. Al Barrow is coaching again this year, and I’m looking forward to learning more new techniques for sprinting and hurdling from him,” junior Stephanie Imbierowicz said.

“Being able to cover a majority of the events on the track and field will be a huge boost for us this year,” Monaghan said.

“Our goal for this year is to place in championships,” senior captain Holly Driver said. “I think we have a good enough team to do that. On paper right now, things look great, so hopefully we look that good out on the track.”

Daniel Robinson is a Copy Editor for The Patriot and jcpatriot.com.