Just a freshman, Justice Lee is already putting the school on notice with her performance in field events. CONTRIBUTED.

Justice Lee
Freshman, Marathon
Track & Field

“Justice is a great athlete. She works hard and is a leader on the team. I can’t wait to see what the rest of this season has in store for her.” – Darby Sheehan, Marathon head track coach

After dominating the Keys and most of the state of Florida in weightlifting, Marathon’s Justice Lee didn’t take too long to settle into her new sport and make her mark there as well. On March 4, Lee broke the MHS school record in javelin with a throw of 89.9 feet at the Pinecrest Relays. A week later, she traveled to the Miami Elite Invitational held at Monsignor Pace High School as Marathon’s solo entry, managing to earn enough points in three events to capture second place as a team of one.

Tracy McDonald fled to the Keys from the frozen mountains of Pennsylvania hours after graduating from college and never looked back. She is a second generation coach and educator, and has taught in the public school system for over 25 years. She and her husband met at a beginning teacher meeting in 1997 and have three children born and raised in Monroe County. In her free time, McDonald loves flea markets, historical fiction and long runs in the heat.