By Andrea Camarena

It will be a new kind of homecoming for Farmersville High School on Wednesday, April 25.

After running three years with the Aztecs Track team, seniors will get their first chance to compete in front of a home crowd at the East Sierra League Meet. With a brand new all-weather track in a brand new stadium, Farmersville will host Orange Cove, McFarland and Kings Christian in a small schools league meet - the school's first meet on its new track.

&#8220[The Farmersville athletes] are ready. They're excited. For the seniors, this is their first meet here at home. This is the first time they are going to perform in front of family and friends,” Farmersville track coach Marion Reneau said.

The Aztecs hope to host a top-notch meet with new hurdles, new implements for the shotput and discus, new starting blocks and new jerseys.

While the school has been able to provide the athletic department with all of the above, the Aztecs will have to borrow high jump and pole vault pits from participating or neighboring schools in order to offer all events.

The meet will be the Aztecs one time shot for the league title.

&#8220Our boys are a fantastic team and they're shooting for a league championship,” Reneau said.

The Aztecs, with 27 total athletes are fielding their largest track team in three years.

The meet will begin at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 25.

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