Salina Area Boys and Girls Track Athletes to Watch – Presented by WSU Tech

Salina Area Boys and Girls Track Athletes to Watch 

BOYS 

Keyan Miller – Concordia 

Keyan has had success as a multi-sport athlete. Keyan is a two-time All-League football player and is also our top returning sprinter. Keyan held the fastest times on the team as a freshman in 2019 and looks to lead a strong group of sprinters in 2021.

Trevor Erickson – Chapman 

The senior will compete in the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, and the pole vault. 

Brennan Walker – Beloit 

Walker is a multi-event athlete competing in the javelin, and hurdles. He is a returning state qualifier from two years ago in the javelin.

AJ Johnson – Salian South 

AJ is a returning state medalist in the triple Jump (8th Place in 2019). 

Cooper Weinhold – Wilson 

Wilson head coach Tony Brokes expects to see Weinhold have a great season this year despite not competing a year ago. 

GIRLS 

Anne Baliel – Marion 

Anne is the returning state champion in the Class 2A pole vault and she has worked hard for the past two years to defend her title. She is an accomplished athlete on the track as well and we look forward to seeing her shine during her senior year. She is committed to the University of Central Arkansas to pole vault for them next year.

Taylor Briggs – Chapman 

Taylor Briggs is a two-time state champ in 1600m and 3200m and a four-time state champ in cross country. She has signed with Iowa State.

Halle Budke & Sage Prochaska – Beloit 

Both athletes are expected to make a major impact on the overall success of the Beloit track team in 2021. 

Unsung Heroes

BOYS 

Sajen Kemling – Concordia 

Eli Winder – Chapman 

Jacob Porter – Beloit 

Camryn Eberhart – Wilson 

GIRLS

Abigail Stuchlik – Marion 

Amanda Noller – Beloit 

Underclassmen to Watch 

BOYS

Alec Francis – Concordia 

Grady Seyfert – Beloit 

GIRLS 

Mckinnon Waner – Marion 

Maya Kirkpatrick – Chapman 

Arianna Armstrong – Beloit