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- Liam shares a common thread with a few of the past boys that I’ve covered – not on my radar for much of 2020.
- What this means though is that he improved a ton in the past year
- This can manifest in many ways: first time qualifying for State, a 55 second drop at Greater Lansing, medaling in his conference track meet, or another 55 second PB in the 3200m.
- He must have put in work this past winter, as his 9:37 indicates he likely has sub-16 in him
- Should be in contention for the Greater Lansing crown with one other runner to be named later
- Allison has accomplished pretty much any feat you name
- Won a race? Ottawa Hills Invite. All-State? Twice. Broken 19:00? TWELVE times.
- She really blossomed at the end of her freshman year, finishing in the low 18’s after much of the season spent above 19:00
- That tremendous peak led to a 21st place finish at D1 State
- Her time wasn’t as quick this time around, but she competed and placed 5 spots higher
- The spring saw her first track action, where Allison displayed some mid-distance ability, getting below 5:15 in the 1600m a few times (and I bet she can pop a good 800m in the right race)