Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Some Of The Best U-S High School Track Stars Are Coming To J-C
A press conference announcing the Inaugural Tri-Cities Track Classic has been held at the Holiday Inn in Johnson City. The April 19th and 20th event will see the Knoxville Youth Athletics working in cooperation with Science Hill High School to host the event in the spacious confines of Kermit Tipton Stadium. With athletes from nine or more states expected, the event has already vaulted to national prestige and attention being compared in the same magnitude as the New Balance Indoor Games and the Historic 106th Millrose Games in New York City. Meet director Marty Sonnefelt explains why come to Tri Cities, the superior facility at the Johnson City School.Sonnefelt also says he has several friends that he competed with when he ran Track for UT and they are still involved with the E-T-S-U program. The new head track coach George Watts at E-T-S-U is a former team mate. (CS)

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