Everything for the Edgemont cross-country team is about approach, whether it’s to workouts, races, personal growth, community, returning for track and field or going on to another sport. The coaches have brought the new approach and the athletes have bought in.

“Their workouts have been so much tougher,” coach Camisha Mackenzie said. “This week has been a lot tougher with adding all those plyometrics, all that muscle-building that they need rest time for, which they will have going forward, and they’re going to use that momentum from this week to just perform better next week. They know it. They can feel it.”

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