Carlynton Senior Girls Varsity Track

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National Track and Field Records – Presented by VNN

As the Spring Season hits full swing, state records start falling. How do you match up against the Nation’s Best of the Best? Find out at the links below, courtesy of the NFHS: NFHS Boys Track and Field Best of the Best Record Book NFHS Girls Track and Field Best of the Best Record Book

Carlynton Senior High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 2nd place

Monday, April 10, 2017 3:30 PM Place 2 Points 49 Meet Recap The Lady Cougars fell to section opponent Keystone Oaks 90-49. The 4×100 relay, Sofia Carrasco, 4×400 relay all took 1st places on the day. Opponents School Place Points Carlynton Senior High School 2 49

Carlynton Senior High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 1st place

Monday, April 10, 2017 3:30 PM Place 1 Points 79 Meet Recap The Lady Cougars notched another win against section rival Bishop Canevin winning 79-39. 1st place finishes were Arieona Smith-Purdue, Natalie Quinn, 4×1 rela, Ashleigh Wilson, Skyler Sevacko and Giona Darenkamp. Opponents School Place Points Carlynton Senior High School 1 79

Carlynton Senior High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 1st place

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 3:30 PM Place 1 Points 84 Meet Recap The Girls team had strong performances against Brentwood to move to 1-1 in the section. Some of the top marks were: 4×100-53.45 400 – Sofia Carrasco 1:05.3 200 – Katie Kozy 28.03 4×400-4:27.4 Triple Jump – Ashleigh Wilson 32’1″ Triple Jump – Skyler

Carlynton Senior High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 2nd place

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 3:30 PM Place 2 Points 69 Meet Recap The Lady Cougars track team lost a close section meet against Ft. Cherry. The following were top marks in the WPIAL so far this year: 4×100-53.45 400 – Sofia Carrasco 1:05.3 200 – Katie Kozy 28.03 4×400-4:27.4 Triple Jump – Ashleigh Wilson 32’1″

7 Track & Field Athletes advance to PIAA Championships

The Boys & Girls Varsity Track & Field teams competed in the WPIAL finals yesterday at Baldwin High School.  Mackenzie Mangum started the day off strong when her first throw in javelin went 121’3″ to automatically qualify her for next weekend’s PIAA finals at Shippensburg University.  Mackenzie placed 4th in the WPIAL.  Additionally, Shafique Patterson