"We had a good track season. I think we did pretty good (at state track meet) but we could have done better. It wasn't our best race of the season. We are just going to carry it over to next year, and have a better outcome," Sims said. Three of the four relay team will return next track season.
As far as football goes, Sims had a tremendous season in an individual basis – he accounted for almost 1100 yards from scrimmage and 16 touchdowns in a complementary role rushing and receiving, but the 5-9, 190-pound back is more interested in team goals.
"Last year's season was disappointing. We lost in the first round of the playoffs," Sims said. When pushed for individual thoughts, Sims commented, "I will be the number one back for next season. My only goal for next year is to win district and hopefully go to state. Other than that, get close to 2,000 yards and score as many TDs as possible."
Sims was unable to attend any junior days, but he is planning on at least one summer camp.
"I'll be here (UT) for football camp on the 14th. I may also get up to Oklahoma, but it depends on my summer school schedule."
Sims is taking Spanish over the summer so he does not have to take it in the fall.