Spotlight Update

This is another Spotlight update for our athletes involved in spring sports.

hartFreshman Lexi Hart (In The Spotlight – Alexis Hart) won the Girls Triple Jump at the 4A District 8 Track meet this past Saturday, with a school record (and 4A state leading) jump of 38’ 10 ½”.

baySenior Roy Bay (In The Spotlight – Roy Bay) won the 100m and 200m Dash at the 4A District 8 Track meet this past Saturday, with a school record (and 4A state leading) 200m Time of 21.45.  His 100m best this year is currently ranked 2nd in Missouri State 4A.  Roy also anchored the District Champion 4 x 100m relay team.

hayesSenior J.T. Hayes (In The Spotlight – J.T. Hayes) helped lead the Truman Baseball Team to a District victory Saturday with a 2 RBI double in a 14-2 win.

These athletes continue to demonstrate that hard work pays off!

Jeff Floyd –

Spotlight Update

A quick update on how the three athletes that have been featured in the You Can Do More! “spotlight” are doing this spring.  Despite the dismal weather, all three are having some great performances:

bayRoy Bay is undefeated this track season in his individual sprint races.  He has won the 100m Dash at the Rusty Hodge (Blue Springs South) Invitational, and the 55m Dash at the University of Central Missouri Indoor.  Both of these are large, Kansas City Metro wide meets.  In addition he anchored 4 x 100m relay team that set a school record of 43.27 by running a 9.2 split.  Roy also anchored the 4 x 200m relay team that won the Rusty Hodge Invitational.


hartThis spring Alexis Hart was selected for the 15’s Nationals Gold Volleyball team.  As a member of the Truman High School track squad she logged a 34’6” triple jump in her first meet, which was the first time she had competed in that event!  That distance is only 3” shy of the school record.  Alexis was also a member of the 4 x 400m relay team, which took second at the University of Central Missouri Indoor meet.


hayesJ.T. Hayes has already logged 3 Home Runs, 2 Doubles and 7 RBI’s in only 7 games of this rain interrupted baseball season for the Truman baseball squad.



I am very proud of these athletes for the hard work they put in preparing for their respective seasons.  You can see the “Spotlight” posts for these athletes, which include their current workout card, workout video, and detailed information at the links below.

Questions and Comments are always welcome!

Jeff Floyd –    Follow me on Twitter   @youcandomore1

My Squidoo Lens – You Can Do More!

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While editing the Hang Snatch video for yesterday’s post (Supplemental Lifts – Hang Snatch) , I was hit by how many sports were represented in my sampling of raw footage.  I threw together another video showing and labeling these athletes and the sport(s) they represent at our school.

In addition, two of the athletes that have been “In the Spotlight” had great weekends competing.  Roy Bay (In the Spotlight- Roy Bay) won the 100m dash in a large invitational meet on Friday, and JT Hayes (In the Spotlight- JT Hayes) hit a 3 run home run in Friday’ victory.

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I feel fortunate teaching and coaching at a school where all the coaches have “bought into” and believe in the benefits of the strength and conditioning program.

Questions or Comments are always welcome!

Jeff Floyd –