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2022 Boys Track and Field Preview: Southern Lehigh Spartans

Head Coach: Cotie Strong – 17th year with program, 7th year as head coach (50-5)

Assistant Coaches:
Brenton Ditchcreek – Throws
Steve Schrader – Jumps
Michelle Schumaker – Sprints
Bryan Kane – Volunteer
Andrea Stevko – Volunteer

Sport: Track and Field (B)

Team Name: Southern Lehigh Spartans

League: Colonial

2021 Record: 12-0

Key Players Lost:
Alec DiCesare – Mid Distance
Anthony Clinton – Mid Distance
Jacob Fauzio – Jumps
Jackson McKee – Jumps

Key Returning Players:

Chase Hensinger – Senior, Mid Distance, Colonial League Champ in 4×8, 800, 4×4, District Champ 4×8, State Qualifier – 800m, set school record and placed 8th in 800m at indoor state meet.

Dominik Lisicky – Colonial League Champ in 4×8, District Champ 4 x 8, 4th place in 1600m at Districts

Aiden Tobin – Senior – Colonial League Champ 4×4, Second in 200 and 400 at Colonial League Championship, 3rd place in 4×4 at Districts, School Record Holder in 100 and 200

Alex Kane – Senior – Colonial League and District Champion in 3200m

Jack Inglis – Sophomore – Scored Points in 110H, 300H, and long jump at Colonial League Meet, Finalist in 110 Hurdles at district meet

Max Pristas – Junior – Colonial League Champion 300m hurdles, medaled in 110m hurdles, qualified for finals at districts in 110m hurdles

Ben Maund – Junior – Top Returner in Discus

Charles Probst – Junior – scored points at league meet, top returner in javelin

Jack Johnson – Junior – Top returner in shot put

Alex Lyon – Scored points at league meet in 100, 200, 4×1, 3rd place medal in 4×4 at districts

Key Newcomers:
Peter Jones – Freshman, Distance
Gregory Rubino – Freshman, Distance

2022 Outlook: “Our team will be well balanced across all areas on the track and throughout the field events. We should have good depth to put together strong relays that will be on a mission to post fast times at the end of the year. We are also fortunate to have a few underclassmen who will make a big impact this year and have bright futures to continue our program’s success going forward.”

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