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Pony track teams hit the spring running

Havre High's Dylan Young runs in the 2019 Cal Wearley Invitational in Havre. Young was a sophomore then, and now, he returns to the track for the Blue Ponies after missing last year due to spring sports being shut down. The Blue Ponies open their new season Saturday in Cut Bank.

 

Last updated 3/26/2021 at 8:35am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Havre High's Dylan Young runs in the 2019 Cal Wearley Invitational in Havre. Young was a sophomore then, and now, he returns to the track for the Blue Ponies after missing last year due to spring sports being shut down. The Blue Ponies open their new season Saturday in Cut Bank.

Spring is a time of rebirth. After COVID-19 shut down the 2020 spring sports season, sports like track and field will finally be reborn this spring after nearly two years of no play. With its long awaited return, there is excitement in the air.

"It feels great. We're super excited about having large participation numbers," said new Havre head coach Ryan Gatch. "High-caliber athletes that we have here in our Havre community and so real fun to see the show of numbers and the enthusiasm towards track and field."

Despite the two-year break between seasons, Gatch believes that his team will...



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