Senior is back on the track after a year of being injured


Senior William Griffin

Ty Conatser, Reporter

Senior William Griffin has entered this track season, coming freshly off of an injury. Griffin had torn his MCL and meniscus resulting in his inability to participate in any sports, including track and football.

Griffin said he had to get some medical assistance before returning to his athletics, such as physical therapy, despite not being entirely enthusiastic about it.

“I had to go to my physical therapist,” Griffin said. “And she helped me a lot getting through it, even though I didn’t want to. She gave me work out plans and everything to make sure my knee was stronger… It was a long process but it was worth it.”

Griffin said that the transition from a year of being injured to being back to competition had no affect on him. Despite having to temporarily wear a brace on his knee, he says this injury is not going to hold him back.