Huston Wins TRAC Track and Field Shot Put Title


Story by Kadin Rogers

The Monmouth-Roseville varsity track and field teams have been busy in the past few weeks, and they plan to continue their loaded stretch of meets as we near the end of the boys and girls seasons. The Titans girls track and field team is coming off their senior day meet last Monday, and the Three Rivers Conference track championship meet this past Friday at Mendota High School. At the Three Rivers Conference championship meet, Titans senior thrower Carmyn Huston had a standout day, as she took first place in the shot put, while also placing second in the discus throw. Monmouth-Roseville runners Hayden Johnson and Chloe Kelly also had top 5 finishes in their individual events.

Speaking on the WRAM Morning Show this morning, Monmouth-Roseville High School Athletic Director Jeremy Adolphson discussed the numerous impressive individual performances from the Titans girls on Friday.

With the TRAC championships in the rear-view mirror, the Titans girls are now focused on their upcoming sectional meet at Princeton. After having the week off, the Titans boys track and field team will take part in the boys Three Rivers Conference championship meet on Friday in Rockridge.

For the full interview with Athletic Director Jeremy Adolphson, visit the Sports Podcast section.

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