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The 2024 Track and Field team

The Coral Glades High School Track and Field Team is one team that sticks out in the competitive world of high school athletics because of its commitment, talent, and willpower.
Photo credits: Coral Springs Talk

Under Coach Martinez’s direction, this group of talented athletes has been setting records and creating waves in the center of Coral Springs, Florida.

With their incredible long leaps and record-breaking sprints, the Coral Glades Track and Field team is an example of success and sportsmanship.

The track and field team went to compete in the BCAA Championship on Friday, April 5 at Dillard High School.

Camille Camper of Coral Glades earned one first-place result in the javelin. Saniya Swain placed sixth in the 400 hurdles, Katherine Metellus finished tenth in the 100 hurdles, and Nekalia Watt finished fifth for the girls in the discus. Along with that, Grace-Ann Hermit, Camper, Swain, and Chloe Martinez raced in their 4 x 100 relay squad.

Alexandre Boulet, a freshman said, “I don’t watch track and field very often but, I’m happy about the team placing in these categories”.

Jordan Blaise placed seventh in the 800 meters, and Devin Roman placed sixth for the boys in the high jump. In the 4 x 800 relay with Preston Dennis, Caleb Tomlin, and Roman, he also placed seventh. Madox Becks finished 16th in the javelin, and Ezekiel Burell finished 11th in the 110 and 14th in the 400 hurdles.

Freshman, Arianna Patillo stated, “I would want to go watch a track meet to support all the people on the team.”

The recent performance of the Coral Glades Track and Field Team in the BCAA Championship demonstrated the team’s depth of talent and commitment. The unique accomplishments of each athlete showed their dedication to their sport and hard effort, which helped the team as a whole.

Coral Glades athletes competed with fierceness and proudly represented their school in field events like the javelin and discus as well as sprinting events like the 400 hurdles.

The outcomes provide a strong basis for upcoming seasons and speak volumes about the coaching, collaboration, and determination these young athletes were taught.

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Gabriela Miranda
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  • Grade: 9
  • School Club/Sports involvement: DECA
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