At first glance, most people might overlook the best Madera Coyote sprinter since the great Ronald McCree walked the campus in 1986.
Even at second glance, most people would think Evan Whitlock as just an easy-going high school student with an always-present smile.
Maybe it’s on the third glance that Whitlock might convince people that he is an elite athlete.
After all, Whitlock placed second in the 100-meter dash at the Central Section Master’s meet May 18, regarded as the Valley Championship, with a time of 10.70. A week before, he lost by just .01 second at the North Area meet...