The Coronado boys track team has never won a region title, much less a state one. But the Cougars are confident in 2017.
Team capsule previews as submitted by coaches.
Here are some of the top performances for the week of Mar. 6 to Mar. 11.
Jacob Eckersley won the 400-meter dash and was second in the pole vault Tuesday to lead Shadow Ridge’s boys track and field team to victory in a seven-team meet at Moapa Valley in Overton.
Here is a look at some of this week’s top high school sports events.
The Centennial girls track team won eight events at the Heikotter Invitational at Faith Lutheran on Saturday, running away with the team score and defending its title from the last season. Centennial’s boys team won five events to win the meet, also winning for the second year in a row.
Virgin Valley took home the team victory in both boys and girls track Friday, claiming the Bulldog Early Bird Invitational in Mesquite.
The Mustangs are hoping to be competitive in Class 2A.
State-meet qualifer Frankie Bisacky is one of 13 returning lettermen for the Trailblazers.
The Gators hope to be very competitive this season.
The Panthers have a large group of returnees, including distance standout Daniel Ziems.
The Cowboys are hoping to show improvement throughout the season.
The Mountain Lions are hoping to build on last season’s success.
The Gaels return 15 lettermen who hope to help the team to a successful season.