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Kenric Bond

Kenric Bond’s involvement with Track and Field began at Low Point-Washburn High School where he earned All-State honors in cross country and track & field.  From there Kenric continued his athletic career at Eastern Illinois University where he lettered in cross county and track & field.  After college, Kenric became an educator, with stops at Atwood-Hammond, Shelbyville, and Congerville-Eureka-Goodfield school districts before coming to Will County School District 92 in the Lockport/Homer Glen area.  Along with teaching, Kenric coached cross country and track & field at the middle school and high school levels.  After eighteen years, scheduling conflicts made it difficult for Kenric to continue coaching.  Still wanting to still be part of the sport of track and field, Kenric decided, with a tremendous amount of aid from numerous veteran officials, to become a cross country and track & field official.  In the short time as an official, Kenric has worked at the State Cross Country Championships and the Girls State Track and Field Championships.  He is in his twentieth year of teaching, and continues to coach middle school cross country.  He resides in Lisle with his wife and daughter.