He knew from an early age that running was his thing. But it wasn’t until he got to middle school at the Marsh that Freddy Coleman starting thinking he wanted to make it his sport.
When Coleman got to Methuen High School, he quickly matured under the tutelage of cross country and track coach Kevin Alliette, ending his freshman year as the top in his class with an 18th place finish at the MVC championship meet.
Coleman has followed that up with a stellar 2019, winning both the indoor and outdoor freshman/sophomore mile race at the MVC championships.
The rising MHS star talked with “Ranger Nation Radio” on Oct. 31, 2019. Here’s the interview.