The Drexel Track team had a great showing this weekend at the MSHSAA Class 1 & 2 Track Meet. Sierra Knowler placed 4th in the Discus and was an inch from breaking the school record. Maycie Mayfield placed 3rd in the Pole Vault with a vault of 8'6'. The boys 4x400 Meter Relay went into finals with the fastest time in the state of 3:32.13, which was also a school record. The relay team placed 3rd with a great photo finish . . .
Congratulations to several members of this year's track team advancing on to the State Track Meet this weekend in Jefferson City. Good luck ladies and gentleman in all of your events this weekend. Back Row : Coach Ryan Hoden, Maycie Mayfield, Shayn Smith, Sierra Knowler, Kaleb Mayfield, Gage Sanders, Koty Barnett, Ethan Irvin, Coach Sam Oram, Brandon Woods, Cory Cumpton, Aaron Woods Front Row: Coach Kenny . . .
The past few weeks, the student's in the JH STEM class have been giving the challenge to design and build a prototype of a contraption that would collect plastic out of the ocean. Their machine or device could either collect the trash and plastic from the top of the ocean or the bottom. The given test area was 1'6" radius and 1' deep. The goals were to retrieve 15 or more pieces of trash within a minute and be sturdy . . .
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CONGRATS to FBLA State Leadership Conference Competitors! Maycie Mayfield (Job Interview = 3rd) NATIONAL QUALIFIER Russell Borden (Marketing = 9th) Logan Cochran (Cyber Security = 10th) CONGRATS to FBLA Business Achievement Award Recipient! Jayklin Smith (Business) CONGRATS to FBLA Community Service Award Recipients! Jayklin Smith (Service = 200 . . .
Aaron Woods shattered the 110 Hurdle Record previously held by Mark McMahan in 1981 at 15.4. On April 18th at the Louisburg High School Track Meet, Aaron ran the 110 Hurdles in 15.16 placing first with his time. He looks forward to continually getting better and getting that number even lower.
Congratulations to Aaron Woods for breaking the school record in the 300 Hurdles at Belton on 4/26. The old record was held by Andy Otto set back in 2006 with a time of 40.70 seconds. Aaron broke the record with a time of 39.38 seconds. Way to go Aaron Woods!