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50 Tickets to Brooklyn: #5

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  • This spring, Jeremy got his first real chance to prove himself at the state level and he was able to show he belonged
  • He was contact traced last fall (in a questionable case – and I’m more cautious than most), and thus, missed Pre-Regionals, Regionals, and couldn’t qualify for State
  • It’s a shame, because he established the late season speed that plagued him the season before, his October races were either victories or running extremely fast
    • But he was able to scratch together two more sub-16 performances at the Meet of Champions and RunningLane
  • This past spring, his presence was finally felt at the State level, with a 3rd place 3200m finish at MITS and 10th/11th place finishes in the 1600/3200m at D1 State
    • And may have finished higher in the 3200m if he didn’t have a race under his belt, but we can appreciate the effort in doubling to try to achieve All-State in both
  • He’s a student both in the classroom and of the sport (he’s shooting high in his college choices and he predicted the Top 8 here in order), and I can’t wait to see him mix it up at MIS

  • The second half of the second sibling duo on here (Alyson and Audrianna Enns)
  • Rachel is in the same line as her sisters, and may end up being the best of the bunch on the shorter stuff
  • She’s broken 60 in the quarter in a relay split, was part of a state-winning 4×8, and nabbed a 3rd place finish in the 800m later that same day
  • A few weeks later, she went 4:48 at the Illinois Meet of Champions
  • That’s not to say she’s subpar at the longer distances, she went sub-18 with so many victories last fall
    • SEC Red, D1 State, Pre-Regional, Meet of Champions were all in the 17’s, with wins at all but State and Meet of Champions
  • Her 2nd place finish at MIS is the highest returning finish in Division 1, and we know with that speed that she will be a threat in any race where it’s close

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