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The Whitney Young Junior topped her strong season with outstanding performances at the State Meet. Sydney finished 1st and recorded a personal record in the 200 Meters, (24.46), anchored the winning 4x100 relay (47.24) and 3rd place 4x200 relay (1:41:54) for the Dolphins and also managed a 5th place finish in the 100 meters (12.35).
Kalil dominated the 2021 track season racing undefeated in the 100 meters High Hurdles and 300 meters Low Hurdles. This perfect season included victories with personal records (14.01) and (38.08) at the State Meet.
1973 State Track Meet - 3rd Place Team Finish. Coaches: Steve Toth, Bob Oetting and
Ed Fredette. Athletes: Brad Borgwart, Max Tolen, Nick Bratcher & Charlie White.
On July 26th, the Illinois running community was saddened to learn of the passing
of Coach Steve Toth. While at Thornton High School for almost 30 years, Coach Toth
inspired several All-State and few All-American athletes in Cross Country and Track.
He is remembered fondly by his teams for his wit, candor and principles for success
and happiness in life. Click here to see Coach Toth’s Obituary on the Alumni Channel