Western Reserve Academy girls track team places second


The Western Reserve girls track and field team finished second with 63.5 points at the East Palestine Relays April 25.
Rootstown won the 10-team competition with 90 points and Youngstown Ursuline placed third with 52 points.
The Pioneers placed first in the 1,600-meter relay. That team of Anne Carter, Sophie Arzberger, Emily Cremer and Wade-Watta Kamara won with a time of 4 minutes, 30.48 seconds.
Also placing in the top seven for Reserve were the following:
• Discus: Sophia Causey and Madison Clark-Bruno, fifth, 150 feet, 7 inches
• Shot put: Causey and Maya Gallegos, fourth, 44-2.5
• Long jump: Carter, whose jump of 16 feet was the top jump of the meet, and Angelle Henkelmann, third, 26-9.75
• 6,400: Irina Kopyeva, Molly Hulver, Anna Ballard and Abigail Wyman, second, 25:42.6
• 400: Tricia Cunningham, Erin Dockery, Cremer and Kamara, fifth, 55.9
• Shuttles: Halle Sovich, Arzberger, Henkelmann and Carter, third, 1:15.1
• Distance medley: Kopyeva, Arzberger, Wyman and Nina Tekelenburg, third, 15:10.3
• 800: Cunningham, Cremer, Carter and Kamara, fourth, 1:56.8
• 3,200: Ballard, Sophia Nichols, Arzberger and Wyman, second, 11:40.89
• Sprint medley: Dockery, Daniela Sullinger, Sovich and Hannah Saucier, seventh, 2:09.3

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