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Senior Night Track & Field

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On Wednesday, April 17, 2024 it was Track & Field Senior Night at Hillcrest High School, where athletes in the competition prepared for a race. After building their skills over time, the runners were prepared to race against Norte Vista. La Sierra Eagles received special encouragement from all students and family who were inspired to support the track athletes for a win.

“I enjoy Track and Field, it makes me feel special about that, running like a short experience of an event on Senior night. Braden is really good at running to get the most energized and minimum. It’s kind of like boxing while using a lot of pressure to keep up your fastest pace. For my toughest part in the event is 400 mph of a mile quarter,” Nick Gomez (12) said.

Track athletes stretch up to get ready from the beginning for heading at 50 meters to start. As they keep on running their heels, they are more energized from the inside of flotation, and once they get tired from the middle of their lap, they drink water to keep them hydrated.

Boys Track against Norte Vista.

“I really enjoyed Track & Field about that, who runs the most point or better of matter into your personal athletics. The toughest team it should have in every single person is equalist to the game,” Natalie Estabrook (12) said.


Speeding almost 100 meters, there are also jumping courses that are high, low, and medium. Jumping objects are sometimes easier or harder, when you get practice sometimes of jumping on objects, it gets more of a jump amount into pressure in your heels.

Girls Track against Norte Vista.

“I really enjoy Track & Field about, what I see to participate for any business to support the team and giving them good advice. Lay’ani was the best runner at everything that I saw, she also does throw attention to Caleb Quarto and Pablo Sanchez for something important,” Juliana Lopez (12) said.


La Sierra High School students, and also their families take pictures with the event Senior Night Track & Field of how they feel about their appreciation and moving on.

Award Appreciation Ceremony.
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Joel Gaytan Garcia
Joel Gaytan Garcia is a senior at La Sierra High School and is a staff member for The Sunrise Yearbook. Outside of yearbook, he plays varsity soccer. In his free time, he enjoys listening to music while working out, playing video games, and hanging out with friends.  

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