, Newburyport, MA


June 8, 2013

'There's nothing better'

Locals head to New England Championships


“I wasn’t really there to break the record,” expanded Mroz. “I was just trying to get there and it just clicked and it just happened.”

Mroz, who graduated from Amesbury High last night, was direct when asked what Amesbury track has given to him.

“Track has given me a lot to strive for,” said Mroz. “You can graduate high school by getting good grades and stuff and that is work but it is something most people can do. So when I do track, I have a goal to break a record, I have to work hard off the field. I have to work to make that happen. It’s not going to be given to me.”

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