In news from girls Track & Field, at a recent meet, Miranda Bradley placed third in the high jump. Freshman standout, N’dia Warren-Jaques won the shotput. N’dia is a move-in that will also add depth to Coach Dube’s throws crew.
Oak Ridge’s Distance Medley Relay (DMR) placed fourth. The mile runners are all freshman & they ran personal bests. The 4×1, 4×2 & 4×4 looked strong as all placed well. Most impressive was junior hurdler Renee Davila running a tight race for 2nd in the 100 & placing second in the 300m hurdles. She also ran the fastest split in the 4×4 with a 60.00.
Senior Lauryn Neely & sophmore Neeka Williams ran well too! If this is a preview of Oak Ridge’s upcoming season, the Lady War Eagles will put up some great numbers at district & should get multiple girls to the regional meet in Waco!
Coach Kristin Dube is ecstatic about this young varsity squad and compliments all of the coaches for working so hard to give these athletes the best opportunity to succeed.
Expect some great things coming by way of the track this spring!
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