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Girls Track and Field Team Champions at LaPorte Bayshore Olympics

The girls track and field team went to LaPorte and and achieved great success, bringing home numerous medals as well as breaking personal records (PR). Congratulations to the following athletes for earning points for the team by placing in the top six.
 
Gabbie Alvarado – sixth in discus and a new PR of 99 feet 6 inches
Alyssa Balandran – first in 800 meter run and first in 1600 meter run
Naomi Burnett – fifth in 200 meter dash and fifth in 4×200 meter relay
Taylor Cole – third in triple jump, with a new PR of 34 feet 4.75 inches, and fifth in 4×200 meter relay
JoJo D’Rovencourt – second in pole vault
Hayden Gold – first in 3200 meter run and  second in 1600 meter run, with new PR of 5:19
Terin Graham – third in 4×100 meter relay and sixth in 200 meter dash
Lanaye Keys – fourth in 100 meter hurdles, with a new PR of 16.65, and fourth in 300 Hurdles
Grace Kohout – first in distance medley relay
Ryan Little – first in 400 meter dash, second in 100 meter dash, with a new PR of 12.67, and third in 4×100 meter relay
Sovereign Mack – third in high jump
Marisa Marinchak – first in distance medley relay, first in 4×400 meter relay and fifth in 800 meter run
Morgan Marshall – third in 4×100 meter relay
Cayla McLean – third in pole vault
Corbin Olson – first in pole vault and first in 4×400 meter relay
Asia Reed – fifth in 4×200 meter relay
Gabby Rico – second in 800 meter run, with a new PR of 2:25, first in distance medley relay and first in 4×400 meter relay
Zoe Shanklin – second in shot put, with a new PR of 37 feet seven inches, and third in discus, with a new PR of 107 feet 6 inches 
Lauren Titus – second in 3200 meter run and third in 1600 meter run, with a new PR of 5:22 
Delaney Waid – sixth in 100 meter hurdles
Tyra White – first in long jump, with a new PR of 17 feet five inches, third in 100 meter dash, third in 4×100 meter relay and fifth in 4×200 meter relay
Katie Wiley – third in 3200 meter run, with a new PR of 12:04 
Andretta Young – first in distance medley relay and first in 4×40 meter relay
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