continued “My legs were pretty tight because I was late for the event,” she said. “I knew I had the 400 federation meet after and I decided I had to just run my race and see where it takes me.”
In her third event of the state meet, Snyder placed 12th in the preliminary rounds of the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.63 seconds.
Hammonds said Snyder has had a career to be proud of.
“She now holds all the sprint records indoor and outdoor for Section VII and some of which will stand for a long time,” Hammonds said. “She has been an absolute joy to coach.”
As a senior, Snyder will now start to weigh her options as to where she will continue her track and field career in college.
“I have some schools that have talked to me,” she said.