Girls Track & Field
PORTAGE | Mackenzie Barcelli was constructing her memory board for her graduation open house and trying to sift through pictures of her junior year.
After being on the wrong end of several close calls Lowell thrower Nicole Kiszenia is focused on success
Pivot, throw, exit stage rear, insert earbuds, sit, repeat.
HAMMOND | Growing up in Calumet City, Asya Hobbs was a dancer, not a participant in team sports.
HOBART | Six one-hundredths of a second, just 0.06.
DEMOTTE | When Dayton Dellahan was 3 years old and somewhat spud-shaped, she inspired her aunt Linda’s creativity one day while running in the yard.
MUNSTER | At an off-season job at Reaper's Realm haunted house in Hammond, Alex Meier had to pop out of coffins and scare patrons as freakishly as she could.
OAK FOREST | Pretty much like the Crete-Monee girls track team as a whole Friday night, senior Tayler Whittler started the night strong and never had to look back.
CEDAR LAKE | The board displaying Hanover Central track and field records has had the name York on it for more than 20 years.
ST. JOHN | At age 3, Andrea Alvarez was sprinting after her brother when she fell head-first into the edge of a deli shelf and split her head open.
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