WWAWG #13 – Brian McGee, Gardner Edgerton High School Brian McGee is in his 15th year as the head coach (20th overall) of the boy’s track and field team at Gardner Edgerton High School. His teams are always one of the best in the state and I’ve been lucky to get to know him well for the past decade. It was very interesting to get a different perspective on how the Coronavirus is affecting high school track and field athletes. (0:00) Intro. (1:15) Coach McGee gives us the high school athlete perspective on our current situation. (7:50) What not having the state track meet at Wichita State will mean to high schoolers. (11:10) Will our current tough times eventually help us appreciate what we have? (15:20) Brian talks about how being the coach at Gardner Edgerton is his dream job.
Lily Wu is an award-winning journalist and active community volunteer. She joined KAKE News in 2010 after earning a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Hong Kong. Lily grew up in Wichita, Kan. and earned the distinction of Summa Cum Laude by graduating with two bachelor’s degrees in international business and integrated marketing communications from Wichita State University.
She is involved with pageantry and placed 4th-Runner Up at Miss Global 2017, held in Cambodia. Lily has also represented the USA at Miss World University and Miss Chinese World, as well as represented Kansas at Miss United States, Miss Teen International, and Miss International.