Always Hunting


By Ronnie Floyd

Coming off an indoor season that concluded at Nationals at Pitt State University, Hunter Sury, currently a junior, only gets better not only every year but every practice. Sury’s work ethic is unmatched; that’s why you see the accolades that come along with his performances. Last year after winning the indoor and outdoor KCAC Championships, he won the Male Athlete of the entire track meet.  This year as the outdoor season starts to conclude, Sury has run a 10.48 seconds in the 100 meter which has him sitting at twelfth nationally. His 4×100 team currently sits eleventh nationally with a time of 41.43 seconds. He is the anchor and has been since his freshman year the anchor leg is the last person to get the baton that is passed around by four people considered by most coaches to be the most important leg or at least were you put your fastest person. As the KCAC Championship approaches Sury is the favorite in the 100 meter, 200 meter, Long jump, and the 4×100.