The strong victory put an exclamation point on what has been a significantly strong start to the season. Although the Baylor track and field team fell to GPS and McCallie in the first two meets, strong individual performers and bounce-back overall performances at the Lee University Invite and Red Bank puts Baylor in a great position, making the most of the remaining spring season.
Sophomore Evie Culbreath has been a standout performer. She’s won every 110m 33” hurdles race she participated in this year. Evie also earned school records and multiple All-State honors in indoor hurdle events earlier this winter- finishing second in the state.
Other notable performers include Riley Jenne, who won both the 100m sprint and long jump in the opening meet, Brycen Sanders, a consistently strong performer in the shot put, and Xian Campbell, who has won several 800s and 1600s so far this season. Furthermore, Baylor has also enjoyed success in multiple relays this year, with two victories in the girls’ 4x200 and an opening-meet victory in the 4x100.
The season concludes with State Championships at MTSU, occurring on May 27th.
Baylor’s varsity track and field team dominated in both girls’ and boys’ events last Thursday, winning by around seventy points in both regards.