Friday, May 25, 2012

Raise the bar in track this summer

Team Idaho offered

If you're interested in track and field, you might want to take your training to another level with the Team Idaho YMCA program that is expanding to the Wood River Valley.

Wood River High School track and field coach Melanie Schrader along with parent Brady Campbell are running a youth track and field program for ages 6-18 that begins Wednesday, May 30 and continues through the end of July.

A parent meeting is Wednesday, May 30 at 5:30 p.m. on the high school track at Phil Homer Field, Hailey. Kids train with some of the best coaches and athletes in the valley.

Wood River High School incoming senior sprinter Ian Keys and middle school distance runner Kirsys Campbell are two local athletes aiming to qualify for the USATF National Junior Olympics July 23-29 at Baltimore, Md.

Other USA Track and Field meets on the Team Idaho schedule is the Snake River state meet June 15-16 at Timberline High School in Boise, and the regional Junior Olympics June 21-23 at Bozeman, Mont.

Questions, call Schrader at 208-928-6989 or Brady Campbell at 721-2638.

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