There wasn't much of a track season. But two runners have been honored for what they made of the short year.
For Hutchins, it's the third time she's been honored with this award.
Not bad for a sophomore.
She posted a 4:45.20 mile indoors this past winter, which ranked her fifth in the country. Her 10:28.37 3200 meter season-best was tenth in America as well.
This comes on the heels of a phenomenal freshman season, which included a state record at the 2019 Music City Distance Carnival.
Sims, who's headed to Syracuse University this fall, is perhaps the most-decorated hurdler in Tennessee history.
He is also a state record holder. His 13.68 110mH time last year is the all-time best in Tennessee history.
It's a shame he didn't get a chance to improve on that mark this season outdoors.
Sims' 7.76 60mH time led the nation this past indoor season as well.
He finishes his career as a nine-time state champion between indoor and outdoor state meets.