Santa Fe track endures the cold


Zachary Mcnaught, Howler Staff Writer

On March 10, Santa Fe’s track team competed at the Santa Fe Invitational. Santa Fe’s Invitational had mostly 6A teams in Santa Fe’s district. The teams were Deer Creek high school, Lincoln high school, Norman North high school, Norman high school, Edmond Memorial high school, Edmond North high school and Mustang high school.

The track meet was very successful for Santa Fe considering that the male team scored sixth place along with the female team who scored fifth out of 14 teams. However, during the meet, the weather dropped to an astonishing 26 degrees.

“Bro my fingers are so cold that if you shook my hand too hard they’d fall off and shatter,” Senior Edward Box said.

Even during the frigid cold, Santa Fe track students endured. Student Caleb Newberry ran the best two-mile time he’s run yet with a time of 10 minutes and 57 seconds.

Track’s next meet will be at Norman high school on April 16.