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NAME: Malachi Snow
SCHOOL: Northwest High School
SPORT(S): Track
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Winning a state championship
BIRTHDATE: 5/4/2004
HEIGHT: 6'1"-168 lbs.
PARENTS: Daryl Snow-Tasha Willingham
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "My family and my dad."
FUTURE GOAL: "Be a world champion and take care of my family."

Northwest senior Malachi Snow has already won an Ohio state championship in track & field and will be gunning for more gold this spring. Malachi won the Ohio state track title last year as a junior in the 110 hurdles in 13.91, setting a school record in that event. The time ranked first in Ohio and in the top 20 in the nation last season. He also holds the school record in the 300 hurdles (37.91).

Malachi was named SWOC Runner of the Year and first-team all-city (Enquirer) for his accomplishments. His coaches presented him with a state championship ring at halftime of Northwest's boys' basketball game vs. Ross last January.

Malachi has won numerous other championships in his career. He has won two district titles (in the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles) and six SWOC championships (in the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles (twice), 4x400 relay, 4x200 relay and the 200 dash.) At this year's Ohio Indoor Track & Field Championships, he finished as state runner-up in the 60 meter hurdles. He has had a strong start to this outdoor season, too. At the Track & Field Coaches Classic, he broke an 18-year-old meet record when he ran a 14.06 in the 110 hurdles.

Says his head track coach Brian Miller: "Malachi is a leader on the team. He encourages and pushes his teammates to do better. When he sees a teammate not doing a stretch, a lift, a drill, correctly he will jump in and correct them. Or, if Malachi sees something that his teammate could improve on, he shows them how."

Active in community service, Malachi, who also played football for the Knights, plans on running at the next level but has not yet selected a college. His favorite athlete is Chris Olave, favorite entertainer is CoryxKenshin, favorite book is the Bible, favorite movie is The Princess and the Frog and most-like-to-meet is Trey Cunningham.

COACH'S QUOTE – "Malachi is very humble. He doesn't give himself enough credit as far as his fundamentals and techniques go, but it is what helps him improve and get better. He wants to master his techniques; that's what drives him and that's what has gotten him to where he is today."
— Brian Miller, Varsity Track Coach

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