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Track’s Annual Fundraiser

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Libby Young
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As of Monday, February 26

Track is one of the most popular Spring sports at Mooresville High School because of its wide variety of team-based and individual events; furthermore, it’s a co-ed sport. All the members start the season off by raising money to help support their team and buying any new equipment that is needed for the upcoming seasons. Fundraising is a large part of most, if not all, sports that allows the teams to enhance their training ability, performance, equipment, and uniforms.

This year Matthew Bosworth, Elizabeth Burke, Mark Burry, Brandon Mikesell, Aaron Milauskas, Bram Wood, and many more helped put together the fundraiser for track. This year they used a fundraising company called Adrenaline Fundraising, which is an app where the team members can create a place for people to donate or purchase cookie dough.

“Through the app [the team members] can send out messages to their family or friends that has a link and then those people can donate money directly to the team, or they can choose to buy cookie dough through the link,” Milauskas said.

Sophomore Kennedee Miles is in the top five for the track fundraiser. She has raised 925 dollars so far with her end goal not far away at 1,000 dollars.

“The day we found out about the fundraiser, I sent out a bunch of text messages to my friends and family, and then preceded with phone calls,” Miles said.

Sophomore Isabella Pearman has been a member of the tack team for four years. Pearman has grown to love throwing and enjoys learning new ways to improve her skill and learn from others around her.

“For throwers, we are looking to buy a new shed to store our equipment, and possibly new uniforms with the donations we receive from the fundraiser,” Pearman said.

If someone would like to donate, contact any member of the track team.

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Sidney Stultz joined the MHS Student Media team in 2024. Besides being on the student media staff, Sidney enjoys playing with her dogs, reading, hiking, and spending time with her friends and family.
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Libby Young, Editor-in-chief, Wagon Trails Yearbook
Libby Young joined the MHS Student Media team in 2022. Besides being on the student media staff, Libby likes to hangout with her cats and loves listening to Phoebe Bridgers. Libby also serves as Editor in Chief for the Wagon Trails Yearbook.
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