Past record holders beware: This year’s Summit High track team is coming for you 

Today on THE WARMUP: We talk with seniors on the Summit High Track team as they are breaking records and gunning for Tigers legends.  

“You can really just only control your work ethic,” senior long jump Jackson Archambault says. “If you show up and you put in the work, then you’re going to get better.” 

This team of 120 students is one of the biggest in recent history, and everyone is putting in the work, like senior relay runner Braelyn Wentworth. 

“I’ve had a really good PR year,” she says. “We’ve been really successful in all of our relays, breaking records.” 

Just last week, her medley relay did something they haven’t done all season: They took first at the tough D’Evelyn Invite. 

“It’s just relief,” Braelyn continues. “While it is super exciting to go and break records, it’s more of a relief when you get it because then you can just have fun.” 

Another senior, Cam Fox, is gunning for his own school record. 

“The 110 hurdles record,” he says. “I mean, I’ve been working after that one for a while. I’ll keep improving. Go to state.” 

And Jackson? He’s chasing another record – and a Tigers track legend. 

“Twenty-one foot long jump,” he says. 

Who owns that one? 

“River McClung.”  

McClung claimed two long-jump records in 2023 and ran on the boy’s record-setting relay team. 

It’s a busy week for this year’s team: Jefferson County today and Glenwood Springs on Saturday.  

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