Justin Forde: Senior track star Justin Forde, went to a track meet in Virginia at Liberty University to show what he is capable of. In the Men's High Jump event Forde is ranked top four at 6’10, and in the Men's Long Jump he is number six in the nation. However, what makes Forde stand out is being ranked number one in the nation in the Men's Triple Jump.
Ajia Andrews: Senior Girls Basketball player, Ajia Andrews, worked to help her team to a possible victory against Staples on Friday, January 25th, 2019. Andrews had nine points all from the three point line, along with six rebounds, two assist, three steals, one block, and no turnovers.
Eric Miller: Junior Boys Basketball player, Eric Miller, had a total of twenty-one points in the loss to Staples on Friday, January 25th, 2019. Miller hit a total of five three’s. All of Millers points occurred in the first and third quarter, and ended the game with only one foul.
Peyton McNamara: Junior Track Captain, Peyton McNamara, showcased her skills at the Western Division Championships. McNamara won the 50-meter dash, and participated on the winning 4x200 relay team.
Forde has been voted by the students of Brien McMahon High School as, The Athlete of the Week. Senior Track captain, who is committed to the University of Miami, is a top threat for many other track stars around the country. Forde is number one in the nation for Men’s Triple Jump. He says, “I’m very comfortable,” after being asked how it feels to be number one in the nation. Forde’s freshman year opened up with him being a three sport athlete but for his senior year he had decided to focus on just track and it seems to have been paying off. Not only is he number one but he is also number six for the Men’s Long Jump. The Brien McMahon Track program has been noticed more because of Forde, however, when asked about the chances of BMHS winning a state championship he states, “It isn’t an individual that can win States because of the lack of seniors, so it's going to be hard but not impossible.” Forde is a very important athlete figure to the Brien McMahon community.