The MICDS Track Season was a very exciting one, which culminated with several State Championships and a trail of school records broken along the way.

The Boys Team was able to finish fifth overall, missing the podium by a mere one point. Captain Tristan Williams ’24 had an outstanding season, finishing his final season with two individual State Championships. Williams won the 400m dash with a time of 47.71, which was a new school record eclipsing the 48.21 he ran earlier in the prelims. He lowered the 400m record three times this season. Williams followed up his 400m title with his second individual state championship in the 200m. He covered the distance in 21.52, which is number two on the MICDS all-time list behind only Joshua Sutton ’19, who was a State Champion. Williams was also named to the All-Metro Team.

The MICDS boys 4x200m relay team was able to secure its third state championship in this event for the third consecutive season. The team of captain Jeremiah Clay ’24, Williams, Anik Jukanti ’25, and Henry Rohan ’26 got the baton around in 1:27.35 for number three all-time in program history.

Rohan qualified for the 100m final, earning All-State honors and finishing in 5th place overall. Clay was also a State Qualifier in the 100m but did not manage to make the final. Rohan also made the final in the 200m and was All-State in his third event for the meet, finishing in 8th.

The captains for this season were Clay, Liam McCarthy ’24, Amir Muhammad ’24, Eli Thomas ’24, and Williams.

McCarthy was the recipient of the Charles Storey Gillis Award as the best example of competitive spirit. Williams was given the program’s top award as the winner of the Gregory Foster Award as the team’s example of leadership through competitive performance.