Blazing Trails on the Track

Frederick Track and Field sends three to state


Caleb Pickett, Staff Writer

Frederick High School’s track team has been making waves this year by sending three of their talented athletes to the state championship. The team, which has been steadily improving over the past few years, has been putting in the hard work and dedication necessary to compete at the highest level.


The three athletes who will be representing Frederick High School at the state championship are juniors Kemarly Davy, Gracie Wilts, and Gabby Jima. All three have put in countless hours of training and have shown remarkable dedication to their sport.


Kemarly Davy, a standout in the shot put event, has been a force to be reckoned with all season. His strength and power have allowed him to dominate their competition in every event he has entered. 


Gracie Wilts, who specializes in the high jump events, has also been a standout performer this season. Her natural athleticism and technical skills have allowed her to consistently set personal records and score big points for the team. She’s also been a leader and mentor to her younger teammates, setting a positive example both on and off the track.


Gabby Jima, a junior who competes in the shot put event, has been a rising star on the team this year. Her hard work and mental toughness have allowed her to excel in longer distance events, and she’s consistently finished near the top of the pack in every event she’s entered. Her success has been a key factor in the team’s overall success this season.


The Frederick High School track team has been on the rise in recent years, thanks in large part to the efforts of their dedicated coaching staff. Head coach David Hernandez, along with assistant coaches Jose Garcia and Maria Sanchez, have worked tirelessly to develop and train their athletes to compete at the highest level. Their hard work and dedication have paid off, as evidenced by the team’s success this season.


The team’s success is also a testament to the strong sense of community and support that exists at Frederick High School. The students, faculty, and staff have rallied behind the track team, attending meets and cheering on their fellow classmates. This support has been a critical factor in the team’s success, providing a boost of morale and motivation when it’s needed most.


In conclusion, the Frederick High School track team’s success this season is a result of the hard work, dedication, and support of all those involved. The athletes, coaches, and community have come together to create a winning team, and their efforts have not gone unnoticed.