NOAH DOLHARE WINS ARCHITECH SPORTS AND PHYSICAL THERAPY STUDENT ATHLETE OF THE WEEK AWARD
has been named the Architech Sports and Physical
Therapy Student Athlete of the Week. The 17 year old
son of Walter and Meredith Dolhare has found great
success in running the 1600 and 3200 meter events.
His personal best times are 4:21 in the 1600 and 9:21
in the 3200.
Noah practices extremely hard to become a better runner.
With a mixture of longer and shorter runs each
week he is able to build up the skill set needed for each
event. At the 2016 state meet, Noah won the 3200,
came in second in the mile and sixth in the 800 run, helping his team to win
the state championship.
Inside the classroom, Noah carries a strong grade point average and is
enrolled in many AP classes. He aims to continue his success inside the classroom
and on the track over his final year and a half of high school. Noah is
also involved in the Runningworks club that focuses on helping the homeless
find solitude through running and help them be more functioning members
of society. Congratulations to Noah Dolhare for being named the Architech
Sports and Physical Therapy Student Athlete of the Week.