A big congratulations goes out to all the athletes who competed at the State Track & Field Meet this past weekend. They put so much time and effort into their season and it really showed! They represented our school very well. Results from the whole meet can be found at this link.
A special congratulations goes out to junior Brooke Hohenecker and freshman Lev Dougherty. Brooke set a new school record breaking her own record in the 200m dash, running a time of 25.05 in Saturday’s final 200m dash event. Lev ran in the 1600m Run on Saturday and broke his own school record, running a time of 4:31.06.
ALL STATE HONORS
Another special congratulations goes out to the athletes who were honored with special recognition with an All State Track & Field Award. In Track & Field, those who place in the top 9 of each event (relay and individual) earn All State honors. The following were awarded All State honors in the following events.
Aly Marshall (senior) – 4x800m Relay (5th place)
Brooke Hohenecker (junior) – 100m Dash (3rd place), 200m Dash (4th place) lifetime PR and new school record 25.05 & 400m Dash (4th place) lifetime PR in prelims 57.99
Kylie Hartel (freshman) – 4x800m Relay (5th place) & 800m Run (8th place)
Faith Lamah (freshman) – 4x800m Relay (5th place)
Anne Peterson (7th Grade) – 4x800m Relay (5th place)
Congratulations to the following athletes who competed at the state meet. Freshman Lev Dougherty ran a great race in the boys’ 1600m run placing 13th overall with a lifetime PR of 4:31.06. The girls 4x400m Relay team (Anne Peterson, Elisse Munteanu, Aly Marshall & Kylie Hartel) placed 14th overall running a time of 4:14.71.
Thank you to our relay alternates Faith Lamah & Lindsay Hutt (Girls 4x400m Relay) and Lindsay Hutt (Girls 4x800m Relay) for being ready to step in if needed. We most definitely appreciate them and all their efforts!
Head Coach Amy Hohenecker stated, “I am more than proud of these athletes for the way they performed, but most importantly for how they carried themselves throughout their competition. If something didn’t go our way we persevered and continued to move forward. When things went well we accepted the victory and were humble. We thank God for giving all of our athletes the abilities they are blessed with and how they are willing to share them with others.”