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Kwafo sets new school record at indoor track meet

Kwafo sets new school record at indoor track meet

On Saturday before the forecasted snow, the Stuart indoor track team stormed their way to personal and seasonal best performances at a meet held at Lawrenceville. The team's success was led by Junior Heather Kwafo who had another school record in the triple jump and a personal best in the hurdles. Fellow junior Alex Ottomanelli had a personal best in the 400m and the hurdles. First-year junior Emerlee Simons had a personal best in the 55, 200 and 400m. Junior Aditi Mehndiratta had a personal record in the 55m. The other junior standout was Taj'hanna Tyson with a personal best in the shot put.

The Stuart sophomore and freshmen group also showed their potential. Cara Carr and Misha Meyer had a personal best in the triple jump and the hurdles. Holly Zhuang and Sophia Scheulov had a personal best in both the 55 and 200m. Kathryn Ix moved down from her distance event and had a personal record in the 200m. Olivia Giblin returned from injury and ran well in the 55m.

Freshmen standouts were Trinity Broughton and Jaelyn Bennett who each had a personal record in the 55, 200 and 400m. Noelia Manion had a personal record in both the long jump and triple jump. Jadyn Piotrowski also did well in both horizontal jumps.

Resting from illness were Melanie Burgess and Lia Bull-Kreig. Conflicts prevented Nora Flamer, Sarah Girgis, Caroline Letrent and freshman standout Audrey Blandford from participating.

Team captain senior Priscilla Francois - who was dealing with a strain - helped the younger ones how to execute.

We thank the Giblins for the post-meet snacks and the big parent turnout. Click here for photos.


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