Girls Varsity Track
Game Summaries & Headlines.
After improving their record to 3-0 with a 123-26 win over Norristown on Wednesday, the Girls Track and Field team traveled to Upper Moreland on Friday night for the first annual John Heins Invitational. The girls again had an outstanding team performance, this time highlighted by a new School Record in the Pole Vault. Junior Camaryn Rodriguez cleared 11' 6" to win the event and set the new school mark. Fellow junior, Nickie Annelli, also had a huge PR in the event, clearing 10-6, which was good enough for 3rd place. The two currently rank 1st and 3rd in District 1.
Sophomore Kate Evans continued her phenomenal season, placing 2nd in the Long Jump, with a leap of 16' 11.5", which also qualified her for the District 1 Championships in May. Evans was also 8th in the 200M and 9th in the 100M. Juliana Keenan, Lauren Prusacki and Amy Domenick joined Evans in the 4x100 Relay, placing 3rd, with a time of 50.13, the 3rd fastest in District 1. Domenick also placed 4th in the 300M Hurdles and 6th in the 100M. She joined Prusacki, Keenan and Camille Dunham in the 4x400 relay, which also placed 4th. Dunham added 2 fifth place finishes, one in the Long Jump and one in the Triple Jump. Fallon Brown placed 4th in the triple jump.
The hurdlers for the Lady Warriors had a great night as well. In addition to Domenick's 4th in the 300 Hurdles, Sabrina Williams took 2nd in the 100M Hurdles, followed by a 3rd place finish by Marina Daywalt and a 6th place finish by Madi Eastmure. Daywalt was also 10th in the 300M Hurdles and Juliana Keenan was 9th in the event. Other top 10 performances included: 4x800 Relay (6th - Mary Abraham, Tina Prince, Julia Malachowski, Carly Ukalovic), Corrine Meyer (7th - High Jump), Sarah Nicoletti (8th - 1600M), Lauren Prusacki (8th - 100M), Madi Eastmure (9th - High Jump) and Sydney Hargrove (9th - Discus).
The girls battle Owen J. Roberts for their last home meet of the season on Wednesday.