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Girls Track continues to battle in OK Gold

Senior Lauren Sherburn (top) and Sophomore Makenzie Zimmer (bottom) compete in the 300 meter hurdles at Houseman Field. Photo by Karl Minnich.

The Girls track team traveled to Houseman Field in Grand Rapids last week to compete against Ottawa Hills and Middleville. The team battled to the end but dropped two close contests to their OK Gold conference opponents moving their record to 3-3 on the season. 

Senior Alyssa Detweiller brought home first place honors in the high jump with a leap of 5’2”. Other first place finishers for the Red Hawks were: Taylor Diemond in the pole vault and Annalise Elliott in the 3200 meter run. 

Second place finishers were: Emily Neiderheide (100 & 200 meter dashes), 4 x 200 relay team of Janae Fulton, Hannah Shears, Aubri French and Emily Neiderheide. The 4 x 800 relay team comprised of Hannah Reed, Addyson Brown, Larissa McGrath and Annalise Elliott also placed 2nd

Third place finishers for the Red Hawks: Taylor Diemond (400 meter dash), Annalise Elliott (1600 meter run), Haylie Terrien (pole vault), Hannah Shears (long jump) and the 4 x 100 meter relay team of Janae Fulton, Hannah Shears, Aubri French and Emily Neiderheide. 

The Red Hawks face a busy week ahead as they travel to Forest Hills Eastern on Tuesday and then return home to compete in the Red Hawk Invitational on Saturday, May 7.  

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