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Boys’ track and field meet fosters healthy competition

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Luisa Bernardino
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    AnonymousApr 16, 2024 at 1:31 pm

    Although the recognition of Track as a sport is present in this post, the recognition should have been better steered towards the Metea Mens Track and Field Team. As an athlete on the team, I would have hoped that more time was spent taking photos of Metea athletes rather than athletes from other schools, especially since this was our annual invitational home meet, where multiple Metea track athletes and coaches put in their hard work and effort to compete and make the meet a success. Once again, I appreciate the recognition given to the event as a whole, but I believe this should have been focused more on the athletes of the school.

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      Luv SuramApr 22, 2024 at 8:18 pm

      I completely agree with you; I am an athlete on the Distance group of the Metea Men’s Track and Field team, and the pictures in this story represent too much of the visiting schools. I am not saying those schools shouldn’t have been spotlighted, it’s just that WE hosted this meet as an entire team, so we should’ve gotten our share of the spotlight in this story.

      Once again, no disrespect intended for the visiting schools.