Really. She's the one thing.
Because there's nobody even close behind her.
So with no one to push her, she pushes herself.
"I think of strategies," Rohrer said. "And I know that if I don't finish feeling like I gave it my all, then I'm going to regret it, and I'm going to be upset with myself, because I want to push as hard as I can every race."
There was one race this year where she had some serious competition though. Running against defending state champ Ashley Erba of Warsaw at a meet in New Prairie, Rohrer ran the fastest race in Indiana girls high school history.
"I was really surprised," Rohrer said. "I knew I was a lot faster than I was last year, but I had no idea I had improved that much."
And she plans on going even faster. Just not yet.
"I definitely shouldn't be getting a lot better than I was a few weeks ago, because it's not time for me to peak yet," Rohrer said. "Because I have semi-state, state, and if I'm still healthy, all the way up to nationals."
Here's the real kicker -- she's just a sophomore.
She's very competitive," Cavemen cross country coach Chris Kowalewski said. "She's not like some other teens that will shy away from competition or get too overly nervous. She wants the competition."
That is, when there is some.