• NAME: Grant Cole
• SPORT: Boys track and field
• SCHOOL: Eastern
• GRADE: Senior
• ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Cole led the small-school Comets to the Kokomo Sectional title, their first title since 1998. Individually, he won the 110-meter high hurdles (15.28 seconds), 300 IM hurdles (:40.27) and long jump (23 feet, 1.5 inches). In addition, the Miami of Ohio recruit was third in the high jump (6-0).
Cole wins this week's award
• NAME: Grant Cole
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