When asked about the last five days enjoyed by his program,
"It's been an incredible week," said LaFollette. "First the state championship in the 4-by-8, and then this."
LaFollette was referring to
"These two guys work really hard," said LaFollette. "Both have dropped about nine, 10 seconds off their time, and both are just great kids."
Ewing, who ran everything from 400-meters to the two-mile run for
"The coach at Troy showed a lot of interest, and I've got friends up there," said Ewing. "I can't say enough about my teammates at
Ewing, an alternate on the championship relay team, filled in for an injured Davis at regionals and helped the team continue its winning ways.
Davis, meanwhile, finished off his prep career with the state title win, and then signed his scholarship papers four days later.
"It has been a fantastic end to my senior year," said Davis. "I couldn't ask for a better way to go out."
"I decided a year ago that I didn't want a traditional college experience, I wanted a military education," said Davis. "So when
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