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Warrior Track Athletes Reflect on Results in the State Championships

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Vaulting Into State: Sophomore pole vaulter Sydney Tribou was one of two Warrior track and field athletes to make it to the State Championship track meet held in Carrollton on May 10.

Vaulting Into State: Sophomore pole vaulter Sydney Tribou was one of two Warrior track and field athletes to make it to the State Championship track meet held in Carrollton on May 10.

Olivia Chewning

Olivia Chewning

Vaulting Into State: Sophomore pole vaulter Sydney Tribou was one of two Warrior track and field athletes to make it to the State Championship track meet held in Carrollton on May 10.

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It’s been a mixed year for the Warrior Track and Field Team. There were positive results with impressive performances at Titan Season Kick-Off on February 15 and SRCS Patriot Invitational on March 3. While individual results weren’t strong for everyone, two athletes for the Running Warriors had stellar seasons that stood out among the rest for their excellent performances throughout the campaign.  

Sophomore Sydney Tribou and junior Mac Bloodworth were the two members of the team to represent the Warriors at the State Track and Field Championships held in Carrollton on May 10, where both advanced to the sectional meet within the top eight positions in their own respective events.

Tribou reached a height of 9 feet 6 inches in pole vaulting and placed 10th in her event. Her season as a whole is a representation of her hard work and dedication that she has put into vaulting. She broke her personal record several times this season to reach the height of 9 feet 3 inches and had several first place finishes in events such as in the Titan Season Kick-Off in February as well as at the SRCS Patriot Invitational in March, where she placed 1st in both events. “This season for me has allowed me to reach a new potential I didn’t even know I could reach,” said Tribou. “Reaching state and placing as well as I did is rewarding for me.”

Bloodworth finished with a time of 4.35 in and placed 11th in his run in his distance running event  in state. He reflects on his season as one of hard work and competitiveness. In regionals, he had reached an impressive time of 4.27 and placed 3rd in all. With the rigorous schedule the team had to endure, Bloodworth believes that the challenge allowed them to grow competitively.

“In all this season has brought challenge and hard meets,” said Bloodworth. “I was able to grow as a runner and further my skills.”

With the challenge and competitiveness of this season, Tribou and Bloodworth will be able to lead the warriors to leave an impactful presence on the squad as a whole. North Atlanta Track and Field has a promising future with these two stars who keep rewriting the record book.

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