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Track and Field is great sport on any level, but it is especially fun on the high school level. Although the season can drag on for months (up to 8 months if you include club season), the rewards can be very gratifying. Yes, it's still cross country fever in many parts of the Land of Lincoln with Nike Cross Nationals and Footlocker Cross Country implications still to come... nothing should prevent us from talking a little prep track and field. Believe it or not but the first open track meets start in less than two weeks. The University of Chicago will be hosting their annual Ted Hayden Classic on December 20. There is talk of an area high school track and field club going to Toronto, Canada for a meet in early December. Texas A&M University and the University of Arkansas has drawn a strong following from Illinois to its high school invitationals in early January. Before you know it, the season will be in full flight.
The first week of full action actually began during the early portion of the week with a few dual, triangular, quadrangular, and even five-team meets. There were some solid performances put up in contests that several Chicago suburban schools hosted in their field houses.