Terry High’s track season is underway



Finding dry ground in the third week of track practice was a bit of a challenge for the Terry High School track team after Monday’s spring snow storm. Runners took turns along a dry path on the Grandey school grounds for part of Tuesday’s practice. Leading is Caitlin Lantis, followed by Katelynn Mendenhall and Caty Morrison.

  The Terry High School track season, which began meeting for practices March 17, is well underway and gearing up for their first meet of the season, Saturday, April 5 in Glendive for the Wibaux Invitational. 

This year’s district meet will be held in Baker, May 15, followed by the divisional meet in Laurel on May 22. The state meet will be held in Great Falls May 30 and 31.
Fourteen high school athletes make up the 2014 track and field team. They are: Seniors Josh Stickel, Randee Shannon, Caitlin Morrison and Caitlin Lantis; juniors Austin Kountz, Halle Keltner, and Tyrel Huseby; sophomores Lane Stickel, Travis Shannon, Connor Self, and Katelynn Mendenhall; freshmen Jason Loomis, Justin Kinn and Valerie Greenfield.  
The team is led by head coach Leann Lantis, who is in her ninth year coaching Terry’s high school track, with volunteer coach Gordie Stickel helping with field events.
The junior high team met for their first practice Tuesday, April 1 with 15 athletes from sixth through eighth grades attending. Lantis and Casey Klasna will be heading up the coaching for the junior high team.

Published April 2, 2014

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