Host Windermere High places first despite a lack of seniors, with West Orange placing third and Olympia placing fourth.
The Metro West Conference Championship for boys and girls track and field took place April 7 at Deputy Scott Pine Community Park — home of the Windermere High Wolverines.
The meet, which included all 10 schools from the western half of Orange County’s Metro Conference, was dominated by local teams, with upstart Windermere High winning the girls championship and West Orange High winning the boys championship.
West Orange additionally placed third in the girls championship and Dr. Phillips placed fourth. Olympia placed sixth and Ocoee placed 10th.
For the full results from the meet, go HERE.
For the new track and field program at Windermere High, the meet represented an important opportunity to not only compete, but to show its peers in the Metro Conference’s western portion what the Wolverines program and facilities are all about.
“It showcases our school, our facility, our athletes and how we do things,” Windermere coach Jason Greer said. “I think it’s a great attribute to our program to have an amazing training facility.”