Stissing Mountain races to keep up with indoor track

According to Stissing Mountain Middle/High School Indoor Track Coach Rob Scott, this winter season has brought about an explosion in indoor track. The team consists of 46 students and is growing. From left, Juliana Losee, Jada Evans and Sam Haines prepared for a race at the starting line. Photo by Lizett Pajuelo

PINE PLAINS — Indoor track has existed at Stissing Mountain Middle/High School for more than 10 years, and the team is now experiencing a massive boom, mostly due to the efforts of new head coach Rob Scott. Scott managed to assemble a total of 46 students — and counting — onto the team, compared to 19 last winter season.

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