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Noah Ellis Powers Through Track Season – Presented by Results Physical Therapy

Mannford High School’s Noah Ellis has plenty to be thankful for after completing his junior year. The football player and track athlete said he loves competing with his teammates and representing their school. 

This season Ellis was a member of the relay team in track. 

“I competed in the 4×100, 4×200, and 4×400,” said Ellis. “The thing I love the most about my teammates is the bond we all have.” 

That bond was carried over from football season, a sport Ellis hopes to play at the next level. 

“I’m a junior and this is my first year of track. Before I graduate, I want to get my first DI offer for football,” said Ellis. 

Despite this being his first year on the track, Ellis stayed injury free and performed at a high level. He shared some great moments with his teammates and continued to push himself to get better. 

“I feel most improved in my speed. My favorite moments in the season are hyping my teammates while they run,” said Ellis. 

The now senior football player and track athlete said he has a message for the team next year.

“I think our team will be just as good if not better than this year’s team. My message to my teammates and coaches is “0.4 seconds.”

Pictured L-R

Cameron Rodriguez, Noah Ellis, Ryan Owens, Trey Scott

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