Senior Moritz competing at State Championship. Photo Courtesy: The Gregory School Facebook page.

Senior Moritz competing at State Championship. Photo Courtesy of The Gregory School Facebook page.

They had a good run.

The Gregory School 2016 Track team has ended their season strong, with four members of their team qualifying for the state tournament in individual events, as well as two relay teams qualifying.

Senior Moritz Gloesslein has had a spectacular season, winning the 110 hurdles and long jump at multiple invitationals. He has qualified for the 100m dash, the 110 hurdles, and long jump.

Senior Keely Breedlove has improved on her running throughout the season, and has qualified for the 300 hurdles and the 400m.

Sophomore Kai Morfin came in late in the season and still managed to qualify for the 3200m- currently ranking 19th in the state.

Freshman Acacia Reeder shaved almost a whole second off of her 100m time, running a 13.91 at the Marana Last Chance meet, and earned a spot at the state tournament.

As for the relay teams, the girls qualified for the 4x100m. The team is composed of Keely Breedlove, Ella Maltzman, Chiara Gloesslein, and Acacia Reeder.

The boys qualified for the 4x800m. Their team is composed of Alan Gonzales, Addison Mort, Anderson Mort, and Kai Morfin.

The competition is at Mesa Community College on Friday and Saturday. Preliminary races for all events except the 3200 and the 4×800 will be on Friday. Depending on how the team does, multiple members could be competing in the finals on Saturday.