Game Summaries & Headlines.
With 4 solid teams battling for a chance to compete for the PAC title, the Girls Track and Field team knew that they would have to have to step up their performance if they were to be competitive against Owen J Roberts on the last home meet of the season, Senior Day. Two seniors led the way to a convincing 86-64 win, Lauren Prusacki and Amy Domenick. Prusacki won the 100M and 200M, while also being a part of the winning 4x100 and 4x400 relays. Domenick won the 300M Hurdles, was 2nd in the 100M and 200M was also a part of the 4x400 relay. Sophomore Kate Evans helped sweep the 100M and 200M, as well as being a part of the 4x100 relay and a winner of the Long Jump. Sophomores Juliana Keenan (also 2nd in the 400M and on the 4x400 relay) and Marina Daywalt followed Domenick in the sweep of the 300M Hurdles.Nicole Cooper, Maggie Welsh and Hannah Alex also had a clean sweep of the javelin. In the High Jump, Corrine Meyer, Fallon Brown and Madi Eastmure finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd, respectively. Nickie Annelli won the Pole Vault (Brown was 2nd) and Camille Dunham won the Triple Jump (also a member of the 4x100 Relay).
At the end of the week, the girls traveled to the Great Valley Relays. Amy Domenick and Juliana Keenan set the meet record in the 2x300M Hurdle relay, easily winning the event. The pair teamed up with Kate Evans and Camille Dunham to take home the gold in the 4x100 Relay. Dunham then paired with Caitlyn McClure to win the triple jump relay. Not to be outdone, the pole vault tandem of Camaryn Rodriguez and Nickie Annelli fell inches shy of setting the meet record, but dominated the competition in their event, earning the 4th event win for the Lady Warriors on the day.
The Girls will compete at Penn Relays on Thursday with the Varsity 4x100 and 4x400 in action. On Friday, the freshman 4x100 will also be headed to Franklin Field against the best in the Delaware Valley.