Bulldogs News · The Tech Track Team traveled to Austin to take care of some business that was unfinished last year, they did and made some history on the way. . . . Congrats to our 2x State Champions!!!

Last year the Trimble Tech Track Team sent several athletes to the State Track Meet in Austin and had a good showing but came up just a bit short of the goal. So this year, more than ever the team was determined to have a great year and put in the extra work and it showed. To say both teams did very well would be an understatement.  The girls 4×100 meter relay team comprised of Kalyiah Woodard (freshmen), Brandy Jackson (senior), Aliyah Wilson (junior), and Kenondra Davis (freshmen) placed 7th overall.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The boys 4×100 meter relay comprised of Isom Williams, Paul Brawner, Gabriel Woodard, and Keishawn Everly brought home the bronze medal as they place third in state.

Who be a, State Champion two times over, Bulldog? That would Keishawn Everly and Kenondra Davis as these two took home the fastest times in the 100 and 200 meter in the 5A classification. Keishawn’s times were 10.23 and 20.71

while Kenondra Davis times were 11.43 and 23.40.

This is history from Trimble Tech as they have never had a one/two combo place first and second let alone in two events. Upon checking the record books, this is the first time of the State Track Meet that a school duo (male/female) swept the 100 and 200 meter championships. Congrats on making history to these athletes! The exciting thing is Kenondra is just a freshmen and has three more years to only get better. We wish Keishawn Everly the best as I am sure he will now be preparing for a glorious college track career. Coach Brookins and Coach Wilson are very proud of their athletes.

They put in a lot of heard work this season  to get on top of the podium and it paid off. Please congratulate these athletes if you see them.


I would also like to think Coach Brosius, Mrs. Larmour, and Ms. Mott who for the third year made the trip down to Austin to cheer on our Tech Bulldogs, we truly appreciate your dedication to our athletes.

Coach Brosius pictured with Isom Williams, Bronze medal winner and part of our 3rd place boys 4×100 meter relay team.

Trimble Tech would also like to congratulate all of the FWISD track athletes who had a great year, this year FWISD sent over one hundred athletes to the Regional Track Meet which the most they have sent in a long time. Congratulations to all of our track athletes.