Girls Track: Pioneer girls sprint past Huron in dual-meet

The Pioneer girls’ track and field team turned many outstanding performances into an impressive 89-47 win Tuesday over rival Ann Arbor Huron.

“It was another great win,” said Pioneer Coach Nancy Shafer Boudreau. “We had many great performances.”

The following had all-time bests for the Pioneers: Tiffany Cernej-Garcia in 100 & 400; Shelby Hall in 100; Vanessa Woolley in 100 hurdles and pole vault; Derin Adunbi in the shot put; and Cammie Dalton in the 800.

There also were many season bests and several additional girls met the Regional Qualifying standards. The 4×800-meter team of Anne Forsyth, Sydney Dawes, Jacalyn Overdier, and Alice Hill won with a time of 9:04.85.

“This is not only the leading time in the state, but also in the nation,” said Shafer Boudreau.

Other first-place winners were Britten Bowen in the 100 (12.07) and 200 (25.53); Hailey Mayes in the 400 (57.41); Cammie Dalton in the 800 (2:25.08); Sydney Dawes in the 1600 (5:23.06); Anne Forsyth in the 3200 (10:38.73 leading time in the state); Alice Hill in the 300m hurdles (45.17); Vanessa Woolley in the pole vault (9’6″); and Derin Adunbi in the shot put (34′ 10.5″).

In addition, the 4×100 relay team of Cori Griffin, Tiffany Cernej-Garcia, Shelby Hall, Britten Bowen won in 49.90 and the 4x400m relay team of Stella Weinberg, Triniah Johnson, Alice Hill and Hailey Mayes won in 4:01.68 – second best in the state.

 

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