Girls Varsity Track · Girls Varsity Track finishes 2nd place at (KLAA Conference Meet)

  Place Points
Salem High School 2nd 84

On Friday Salem Girls Track & Field competed in the KLAA Conference Championship, finishing 2nd out of 14 teams with 84 points, trailing only conference champion Northville. As a team, we had a really good day, earning points in many different events and competing like mad all over the lineup. Outstanding performances included:

> Mari Westley earned a 5th place finish in the 200m dash (27.80)
> In the 800m run, Olivia Millen was 3rd (2:22.08*) while Hannah Jeffress was 7th (2:26.38)
> Reagan Justice was 6th in the mile (5:20.49)
> In the 3200m run, Reagan Justice was 4th (11:19.67) and Kiersten McBride was 8th (11:46.33)
> Haven Essien won the 100m hurdles (15.25) and was 3rd in the 300m hurdles (49.05)
> The 4x100m relay (Devine-Smith-Szegi-M.Kernahan) was 8th with a time of 52.74
> 3 Salem throwers placed in the shot: Natalia Lewandowski (3rd-31’3.5”), Kamil Skelton (7th, 30’ 7”), and Jenna Sydlowski (8th, 30’7”)
> The 4x800m relay (Millen-Younglas-Jeffers-Jeffress) placed 2nd with a 9:45.63
>In the discus, Jenna Sydlowski was 6th (96’5”)
> The 4x200m relay (Smith-Westley-Szegi-M.Kernahan) ran 1:50.18 and earned a 5th place finish
> Macayla Harris and Makayla Ward tied for 3rd in the high jump with jumps of 4’10”
> Madison Grieb, Sophie Jeffers, Olivia Millen, and Hannah Jeffress took 4th in the 4x400m relay (4:27.69)
> Haven Essien was 4th in the long jump (16’10.5”)

It was a very good day for Salem Girls Track & Field; next up, the Division 1 Regional Meet at the PCEP Varsity Stadium on Friday, May 18th.