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Track Team Breaks Four School Records

Monday, April 8, 2019

landmark high school girls relay teamThe varsity track team started the season off with a strong showing at the Concord Relays on April 6, breaking four school records!

The girl's sprint team of Nevada Fehay, Kindred Hurtado, Julia Kautz, and Lily Martin stole the show, breaking school records in the 4x100 (by 2.5 seconds!) and in the 4x200. Nevada also bested her own school record in the long jump, winning the event with a jump of 15' 4.5".

The girl's high jumpers showed their immense potential with Lucie Lott, Kindred Hurtado, and Olivia Moran jumping over four feet. This is the first time in school history we've had three girls jump higher than four feet in one meet.

The boys excelled in the sprint relays as well. In the 4x100, Arlo Grey, Sam Lagan, Sam Knight, and August Reid won the event, missing the school record, by a mere .09 seconds!

The boys 4x200 put on a show, with Sam and Sam building up a massive lead over the first two legs. Luca Miranda and August held the other team's closers off for the win—and a new school record. 

The distance boys ran the meet as a workout. Ryan Shea set a personal record in the mile, 800, and 400. 

Brett Cicciolo cleared 5' 8" in the high jump, narrowly missing 5' 10"—an excellent first competition of the season!