Quarta-feira’, 20/3/2019 | : : UTC-4
The Reflection

Gull Lake track season sign ups and training is here

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Gull Lake Track and Field is upon students and those interested should sign-up soon. Photo by Josey Bouhanna.

As winter sports at Gull Lake High School come to a close, it is time for spring athletes to begin signing up and getting into shape for their prospective sports. For track and field athletes, this includes registering online for a google form that is available on the track facebook page or is linked here.

Beyond making sure to register to be apart of the track and field team, athletes should begin building endurance and muscle to ensure they are prepared for the season. Lifting in the gym takes place after school on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. For incoming and returning hurdle athletes, Coach Hunt stays after school on Tuesdays and Fridays to help at 4 p.m. in the 1200 hall.

For long distance runners, athletes can either run after school in groups or are recommended to begin getting miles in at home.

“When it comes to track and field, a major component for performing well early on into the competitions is having a strong base of training from working out during the offseason” said senior Tyler Ford.

Beyond signing up to be apart of the track and field team, athletes should follow the previous link provided to purchase any attire they wish to have for the season. Warm-ups will not be provided by the team this year, so if an athlete wants to have them, they must order by the end of March.

No matter what sport Gull Lake students are preparing to participate in, it is essential they are fully prepared for what is ahead.


Justin Walker
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I’m a senior at Gull Lake High School, and this is my first year on staff. I enjoy writing about our school sports’ programs and other areas as well. Having a deep interest and enjoyment in our English classes at Gull Lake, I’ve decided to pursue a different side of writing by doing newspaper and hope to provide entertaining articles for our viewers. Being involved in sports such as cross country and track, while also being invested to clubs such as Debate and Model UN, I write about topics that affect both myself and classmates.

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