Returning, state-qualifying athletes and a ton of depth are all factoring into a positive outlook for the 2018 Andrews track season.
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It is time to trade in the high-tops for cleats, the fluorescent lights for sunshine and the basketball shorts for mud-stained pants.
It first reared its ugly head with the 2017 football playoffs.
Now, it has struck again.
The high-pitched hum of motors and concentration of drivers took over White’s Plaza in Andrews on Saturday, as Smoky Mountain Hobbies unveiled its new indoor remote control racing facility.
Add another milestone to the long resume of Dave Bristol.