Multiple Teams · O Captain: Spanish Fork track’s Koby Parry just wants everyone enjoying what they can


Editor’s note: Since being part of a high school sports team isn’t just about competing in scheduled events, the Daily Herald is going behind the scenes and telling a little bit of the stories of our 2020 spring athletic squads here in Utah Valley. To do that, we are having team captains describe their teams, talk about favorite experiences and relate lessons learned.

Spanish Fork senior track captain Koby Perry kind of got a head start on many of his peers when it came to the roller-coaster ride of the 2020 spring sports season.

When everything was shut down in March, he decided to get his hurt elbow checked — and discovered he had a partial ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) tear.

 Later, as part of his work on his injury, he got a pretty clear idea a couple of weeks before the official announcement that high school sports wouldn’t be restarting again.

“It hit me pretty hard because I had worked really hard to prepare for the season,”  Read More…

Attribution: Daily Herald sports reporter Jared Lloyd
Spanish Fork senior Koby Parry prepares to throw the javelin during a meet