Sprinter’s reputation makes its way to Canada


From left, 400-meter teammates Katie Wise, Cierra White, Octaviois Freeman and Ebony Eutsey stand atop the podium after winning the event. Photo courtesy Indiana State athletics department

Indiana State star Katie Wise, a former Indian Creek high school standout, and Texas Tech senior Cierra White, display their medals after winning the 400-meter relay. Photo courtesy Indiana State athletics department

Katie Wise wasn’t going to revise her training regimen or racing strategy simply because it would be her first track-and-field competition not taking place on U.S. soil.

Going fast is going fast.

The former Indian Creek High School sprinter demonstrated over the weekend why she’s one of this country’s rising stars by impressing at the 2014 North America Central America Caribbean (NACAC) Under 23 Championships in Kamloops, British Columbia.

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