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Northwest’s Adryanna Selby – Athlete Spotlight Presented By WSU Tech

By Hayden Swope

Mainly focused on track and field, Northwest’s Adryanna Selby trains year round for the spring season.

“To prepare for the season I participated in indoor track at Wichita Shocker Track Club as well as lifted weights,” Selby said. “Wichita Shocker Track Club was a great community and helped me improve my endurance while running which is what I wanted to work more on.” 

While working with the Shocker Track Club, Selby set goals for the spring season with the Grizzlies, focusing on endurance and speed.

“A goal that I am focused on this season is to continue to get faster and stronger not only pertaining to hurdles but other events as well,” Selby said. “I would also like to break my school record for the 100 meter hurdles and break my 300 meter hurdles record.”

With all of the work put into track throughout the year, Selby said it was nice to see the hard work pay off and get the recognition. 

“To be one of the athletes in the magazine to me means a lot,” Selby said. “It shows that most of my hard work has paid off and that there is always room for improvements to be made.” 

After high school, Selby plans to attend college, but is undecided on where. She also plans to major in medicine to become a surgeon in the future. 

“I spend most of my time focusing on track but I’m also a part of the For The Culture as well as Principal Academic Council,” Selby said. “In the future I plan on going to college and majoring in pre-med to become a Cardiothoracic Surgeon. I’m not sure what college I would like to attend to pursue my future yet.” 

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