The Eads boys’ and girls’ track teams traveled to La Junta to the Tiger Relays on Friday. The girls came away with an impressive meet championship blowing away the second place Rocky Ford crew by nearly 30 points. In the process, they brought home seven meet titles.
Area tracksters started out the spring track season at the annual Lamar Savage Invitational. This was a large meet with 26 teams from various divisions competing in strong competition. Coach Stephanie Bohlander indicated, “Of course, the weather was not cooperative, as is usual for the Lamar meet; but the meet was smooth, as usual and our kids took advantage of a good facility and very strong competition.”
It was just a year ago when there was a 50-50 chance that Eads might not be able to field a team due to low numbers. But what a difference a year makes as this year’s Eads Baseball team sports 19 strong, although they are still extremely young with just one senior on the team.
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