Casey Walker is the head coach of the Rock Springs High School Track and Field team. As a first-year head coach over the program, he shares his experience about the coronavirus and the impact it has had on his team.
Walker dives into his perspective of what he hopes his athletes will take away from the coronavirus pandemic and how he hopes the good in the community will continue to shine.
Tune into this episode to gain a unique perspective of how the coronavirus has influenced the local sports world along with Walker’s thoughts on the future of the RSHS track and field program.
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