Track and Field: Greenhills runs at Crestwood Invitational

Dearborn Heights Crestwood welcomed some of the best teams in the area to the Crestwood Charger Invitational on Saturday and despite the cloudy skies many teams and athletes still shined on the track and in the field.

Greenhills made the trip from Ann Arbor and finished 16th on the girls’ side with 6.3 points.

On the boys’ side, Monroe ran away with the invitational, taking first place with 189 points, more than a few strides ahead of the field. Plymouth was second with 74.5 points with Wyandotte Roosevelt in third with 71.5 points.

On the girls’ side, Plymouth took first with 144.5 points followed by Roosevelt (117.6) and Anderson (55).

There were some solid performances from Greenhills.

In the 400 meters, Allie Nishi was 14th in 1:09.29 and Jordan Holland was 17th in 1:10.42. In the 800 meters, Iris Campbell was 13th in 2:42.57. In the 1600 meters, Charlotte Pratt was 17th in 6:01.95. Jessica Norris was 18th in the 3200 meters (14:19.75).

Brynne Hindle had a nice afternoon. The junior was 12th in the 100 hurdles (20.89) and eighth in the 300 hurdles (53.76).

The Greenhills 4×100 relay team of Delenn Bauer, Aarushi Ganguly, Leanne Henry and Sarah Fayyad was ninth in 57.02. The 4×200 relay team of Brynne Hindle, Leanne Henry, Aarushi Ganguly and Kelsey Mussio was seventh in 1:59.30. The 4×400 relay team of Campbell, Henry, Nishi and Jordan Holland was seventh in 4:39.63.

The 4×800 relay team of Pratt, Hindle, Campbell and Nishi was eighth in 11:15.06.

Delenn Bauer was eighth in the high jump (4-05). In the long jump, Kelsey Mussio was 12th (13-09) and Sarah Fayyad was 13th (13-08.5).

On the boys’ side, Raman Sahota was 11th in the 1600 meters in 4:49.16.

The 4×400 relay team of Michael Alber, Neil Bazaj, Patrick Dunfee and Ed Kellermann was 13th in 3:57.99.

 

 

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