BLOOMINGTON — The Class 1A state boys track meet was a bittersweet event for Warrensburg-Latham coach Scott Godfrey.
DECATUR — MacArthur's Ronald Reed was the fastest man in Class 2A this year.
DECATUR -- St. Teresa veteran track coach and athletic director Todd Vohland has a lot of track and field award hardware.
DECATUR — DaeLin Switzer can clearly remember the very start of her high-jumping career.
TUSCOLA — Ryan Hornaday has coached Tuscola’s boys track team for 10 years and 2019 will be his 20th season coaching overall.
ARTHUR — The 2018 track season didn't start off the way Logan Hall wanted.
MONTICELLO — Cully Welter is an expert at asset management.
ARTHUR — Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond's Kenli Nettles took home three silver medals at the Class 1A State Track and Field Meet in May, but it was her eighth-place finish that was the most impressive.
CHARLESTON — All that was left to do was coast across the finish line with his arms outstretched and bask in the moment of a state championship.
CHARLESTON — Before Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond's Logan Hall ran any of his two races on Saturday, he stopped to sign shirts for young ALAH students.
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CHARLESTON — There's an energy about Jorden Tedford the spread around O'Brien Stadium.
CHARLESTON — The moment was years in the making.
CHARLESTON — Before running in any of his races, Mount Zion senior Mason Jones entered O'Brien Stadium on the east entrance, closest to the indoor facility, to get a good look at the track.
CHARLESTON — After he cleared 6-feet-1-inch in the high jump, Warrensburg-Latham's Jorden Tedford stood on the red landing pad and hoisted his arms up into the air like a prized boxing champion.
CHARLESTON — Before Makail Stanley took the track on Wednesday, he checked his phone and had a moving message.
MACON — Four years ago, Cameron Getz walked into Meridian High School nervous.
In the latest episode of the Herald & Review Outside the Box podcast, deputy sports editor Justin Conn and sports reporter Joey Wagner talk girls state track ahead of this weekend's meet with legendary PA announcer Matt Piescinski.
CHARLESTON — After a torrential downpour cleared, DaeLin Switzer was faced with a make-or-break situation.
CHARLESTON — Two months ago, Tina Martin couldn't predict she would be here.
CHARLESTON — Josie Held just had to watch.