EHS Track and Field Wins Big The Triumphant EHS Track team wins a School record 5 Events. By Caleb Barnett, Jack Randels, Skyla Mazotti, Sophia Mower, Addy Woodman, and Zaya El

Top First: Senior Peace Warah runs at the State Track and Field competition in the boys 4x4 race to claim 1st place. (Sophia Mower); Top Second: Junior Jaylynn Wilson, Freshamn Zenobia Wit, Senior Anaya Ewing, and Sophomore Tatum Gratrix celebrate winning the girls 4x2 race together! This is the third year in a row that EHS has won this event at State. (Sophia Mower); Top Third: Sophomore Tatum Gratrix, Junior Jaylynn Wilson, Freshamn Zenobia Witt, and Senior Anaya Ewing celebrate their success with EHS's varsity track an field coach, Coach Carhart. (Sophia Mower); Top Fourth: Senior Peace Warah, Junior Noah Brown, Senior Jefferey Poku, Junior Eric Hill, Freshman Zenobia Witt, Senior Anaya Ewing, Sophomore Tatum Gratrix, and Junior Jaylynn Wilson pose after winning the boys 4x2 race and the girls 4x2 race. They are decorated with medals and are proud to be bringing wins back home. (Sophia Mower); 2nd Row First: Freshman Bryson States, Senior Peace Warah, Junior Evan Keppy, Senior Cam Chapa, and Junior Thierry Asare win 1st place in the boys 4x4 race and set another school record with a time of 3:16.77. (Sophia Mower); 2nd Row Second: Senior Jayden Diggins finishes in 3rd place in the High Jump at the State meet. He PR'd at 6-5 to secure his spot. He is now the #2 high jumper in school history! (Sophia Mower); 2nd Row Third: Mike Preskorn, McKenna George (Senior) , Kaitlyn Hendrian (Junior) and Chris Carhart. After shot put with George and Hendrian getting 3rd and 2nd; 3rd Row First: Rachel Carlson (Senior), Tatum Gratrix (Sophomore) and Anaya Ewing (Senior) warming up for their events; 3rd Row second: Zenobia Witt (Freshman) after winner state in long jump of 1909 1/2; 4th row first: Zenobia Witt long jump distances; 4th row second: Zenobia Witt (Freshman) standing on the podium after her long jump victory; Bottom Left: Eric Hill (Junior), Jeffery Poku (Senior), Peace Warah (Senior) and Noah Brown (Junior) posing with their medals after winning the 4 by 2; Bottom Right: Zenobia Witt (Freshman) posing with one of the former winner of the 4 by 2 Haley Esser ('22)