Last weekend the upper school boys’ track team scored 46 points, finishing 5th overall at the Draper Invitational meet, against a few public and many private schools from the Washington, D.C. area. Our school was the only charter school to attend.  Freshman Luke Tewalt earned 2nd in the Boys’ 3200m, running 10:01.48 on Friday. Tewalt was the only freshman to place in that race. Luke also won the Freshman 1 mile race, with a time of 4:44.00, finishing as the 2nd fastest time run by a freshman in the meet’s history. Senior Sam Mader achieved his dream of finishing the 800m with a time under 2:00 minutes. He scored 1:59.16, earning a fourth place finish and a fourth place rank for the city’s record. The boys’ 4x200m team of seniors Judah Lloyd and James Medrano and juniors Ayinde Motirayo and Max Muradian won 2nd overall running 1:32.48. The 4x400m relay team of Lloyd, Mader, Motirayo and Muradian won 3rd overall with a time of 3:34.87. Finally, the boys’ 4x800m relay team of seniors Mader, Matthew Davis, and freshmen Tewalt and Oliver Spiva shattered the Latin school record with a second place finish and a time of 8:25.41. The track team is coached by middle school dean Mr. Callum and upper school grade director Ms. Brady.