Thanks Seniors: Kansas' Athletes Gave Us Many Great Moments in 2016-17

Hidden in the grandeur of the Kansas State Track and Field Championships each year is the fact that the meet marks the last time that we get to see the graduating seniors representing their schools.

So, before we get too far past the end of the high school season, this is our chance to say 'Thank You' to this year's class of seniors for all the great memories they have given us the past four years.


In doing so, there's always a risk that I'll forget someone, so I strongly encourage you to use the comments section below this story to send your own "Thanks" to some of the fantastic seniors we've watched in Kansas cross country and track and field the past few years.


Here we go...


The Four-Timers


Girard's Cailie Logue, Andover Central's Jewell Bolden, and Beloit's Kourtni Hubert capped off their prep careers with dominating performances at the track and field championships.


Logue, who won her fourth cross country title last Fall, notched four in a row in the 3200 meters on the track. Logue's remarkable high school career ends with 13 state titles, one runner-up and one third place in 15 state meet races.


Bolden rolled to her fourth consecutive 100 meter hurdle crown. She won 3A titles as a freshman and sophomore at Wichita Collegiate, and the past two years at Andover Central. Bolden also won three long jump state titles and has 13 state medals total.


Hubert won the class 3A girls javelin for the fourth straight year. She threw 147-10 at state for the second best throw among all classes this year.