Ogden track & field
Events: 100 meters, 200 meters, 4x100 meter relay
Interests: Food: Spaghetti TV show: Dateline NBC Movie: Love & Basketball Music group: "I like to listen to a lot of slow jams, R&B and hip-hop." Book: The Twilight series Class/subject: Exercise science sports medicine Favorite athlete: Paul Millsap Role model: "My mom, Celia." What I'd like to win a lifetime supply of: "Clothes from Forever 21." Hobby: "I like to play basketball and I like to go to the movies, hang out with my friends and dance. Web site/video game: www.facebook.com
Biggest sports thrill: "During the basketball season this year when I had seven 3-pointers in one game."
Best advice I've ever received: "A setback is only a setup for a comeback."
Last week: At the City/County meet, Wilson helped the Tigers take the team title with victories in the 100 (13.02), 200 (26.59) and the 4x100 relay.
Wilson on her performance: "Coming into the meet I was kind of nervous because that's where I got injured (my hamstring) last year and the weather was cold. My friend, Sharae Hill, told me that track is 85 percent mental and 15 percent physical. Once I crossed the finish line I was just so happy not to be injured. I knew I could run and just believe that my hamstring is strong. I'm really excited to get to state. I owe my team and I owe myself."
Coach Don Hall on Wilson: "She won state in the 100 as a freshman and has been injured the last two track seasons. She's worked particularly hard to come back and is running well and not having any hamstring problems."
After high school: "I'm planning on the University of Utah and I'm going to major in athletic training. I'd also like to run track there."
-- Chad Pritchett Standard-Examiner