HHS Indoor Track and Field make first trip to 4A state competition

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HHS Indoor Track and Field make first trip to 4A state competition

Photo courtesy of David Loughran

Photo courtesy of David Loughran

Photo courtesy of David Loughran

Photo courtesy of David Loughran

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There were thrills and spills, cheers and tears, as HHS Indoor Track and Field competed at the first ever VHSL 4A Championship at Liberty University’s Tolsma Indoor Facility on Friday and Saturday. Another fine season of HBRG T&F ended, and as always our athletes represented their school and community by competing on the track and in the field, and conducting themselves with maturity in the hotels and restaurants.

Finishing in the top 8, and scoring points at the meet, were senior Rebekah Good, overcoming adversity early, and moving up from 5th going in to the finals, finished as a silver medalist in the shot put with a throw of 37-1. Junior Brooke Cobb who was seeded 11th going in to the 55 m hurdles, came out of the trials 7th with a PR of 9.18 and finished in 6th place with an HHS #3 all-time of 9.08. The girls 4×800 of junior Laurie Serrell, senior Celia Ehrenpreis,  and juniors Nicole Downey and Brenna Cowardin got 8th place with a time of 10:22.05.

Senior John Weiss also placed 8th with a jump of 5-10 in the high jump.  Another great performance came from sophomore Abrahm Amine, who ran an HHS #4 all-time 10:15.97 in the 3200, displacing William Imeson. The names that remain above him on the list, Nafziger, Clopper, and Wenos, are in jeopardy for the next two years.

Schedule, results, etc, can be found on the indoor and outdoor websites.

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