STILLWATER, Okla. —
“I think the team is ready if we keep working hard and pushing each other, which is what we did today,” Rackley said.
“The main competition we are looking it is Broken Arrow and Jenks, who is on a different planet,” Porterfield said. “Other than that we are looking pretty good.”
The most important thing about Tuesday’s meet for Zeroski was that his teams ran good times.
“The varsity boys top five all ran together then separated after that,” Zeroski said. “I’m trying to pull those guys out faster and get faster times. It worked out well for us. ... “I don’t care what we place, just that we ran with good effort.”
Zeroski said he feels good about how they ran and thinks they will be ready after 10 more days of training.
“There’s a good chance that both of our teams will get in (state),” Zeroski said. “That’s our goal. The boys are favorite to get in and the girls are on the bubble right now.”