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Wolverine Player of the Week: Brady Domier

Photo Credit: WDC Schools

Our latest Wolverine Player of the Week is Brady Domier!

Brady continued the WDC Track and Field team’s hot start. He broke the school record in pole vault in a 1st place finish where he vaulted 14′, beating the previous record of 13’6″ held by Chuck Richter back in 1987 according to the team’s Facebook page. Besides his historic pole vaulting, Domier also led off the 1st place finishing 4X200 meter relay team with Charlie Bushinger, Matt Pugsley and Lyrik Haug.

Here’s what WDC Head Track and Field Coach Marc Reynolds had to say about his performance last week,

“Brady has had an awesome start to his senior season. Breaking the school record has been on his list of goals for a couple of years now, so to finally get to see him do that is HUGE! He has been a dedicated pole vaulter since he came out for track in 8th grade and has nearly made it to state two seasons in a row. Brady is also one of our top sprinters this year as well as helping the team by picking up a new event-hurdling. He still has a few goals he’d like to accomplish and some big goals for after high school, so I am excited to see what he is made of as we approach the home stretch of his high school career.”

Congrats Brady!

You can hear our conversation with him here!