Girls Track Goes for State and Beyond

Girls Track goes far in indoor season and goes even farther in the outdoor season


The Girls Track team bonds after a successful meet. Photo provided by @gchsgirlstrack on Twitter.

Kole Andersson, Staff Reporter

​​The 2022 season for girls’ track has been successful thus far. The girls have accomplished many great feats this year. Coach Murphy is especially proud of the girls.“The team as a whole is doing great and putting in a ton of work,and we cant be more proud of them”. The girls have been putting in the work and have been seeing the results with numerous personal and school records being set. When asked about if COVID had affected their season, senior captain Alexis Andersen said “Covid hasn’t really affected our season”. The girls’ starring accomplishment was winning the indoor season and being ranked in the top ten schools for girls’ track in the state. These accomplishments were only possible due to their hard work and tenacity, especially in the Glenbard South meet.

Coach Murphy said it was “insanely windy and cold; that represented the girls well due to their tenacity and their ability to produce PR’s in the cold weather”. The girls have kept working hard all season. Alexis Andersen set a new indoor school record in triple jump. Isabella Domier ran 58.55 seconds in the 400m dash. Bryn Sato, Catherine Guckenberger, Mia Morello and Isabella Domier ran in (4 min 10.2 sec) to set an outdoor 4X4 record. Bryn Sato,

Grace Kokkin, Victoria Piela, Isabella Domier set an indoor 4X4 school record. Isabella Domier broke the indoor school record for the two mile (11 min. 25sec). Isabella Domier set an 800M school record with 2 min. 19 sec.