The name says it all. The angriest relay meet in South Jersey. A little ran couldn't hold off this meet. After an hour rain delay, the track once again saw some action. The team had a lot of great performances. 3x400 Meter Hurdles 3) Kaila Carter 1:12.02 6) Rachel Kodluk 1:14.53 15) Mia DeMarco 1:20.87 4x100 Meter Relay 3) 52.69 4x100 Shuttle Hurdle Relay 4) 1:15.88 4x200 Meter Relay 6) 1:52.49 4x400 Meter Relay 6) 4:30.57 4x800 Meter Relay 4) 10:40.54 Sprint Medley Relay 2) 4:31.58 Distance Medley Relay 8) 14:46.49 Discus 9) Micaela Sims 70-9 10) Amanda Hyde 66-5 High Jump 7) Joelle Wash 4-4 7) Hannah Weiner 4-4 Javelin 8) Gabrielle Whitaker 74-3 15) Amanda Hyde 66-3 Long Jump 4) Kaila Ca

Washington Township Dual Meet

The ladychiefs opened their dual meet season with a win over visiting Washington Township. 107-31 was the final score. Some pretty impressive marks were seen at the meet. Kaila Carter ran 16.0 in the 100m Hurdles which is #6 all time. The team swept the 400IH, 100HH, 800m, long jump, and triple jump. Full team results are here

Cherokee Night of 3200's

In our second annual night of 3200's there were over 6 times as many athletes as last year's. Hailey Bookwalter had a big pr running under 12 minutes for the first time ever at 11:50.99 to finish 3rd over all.. This is #11 in school history. It also marked many girls first look at a 3200m race. Way to go long sprinters. Full results here

Woodbury Relays

Woodbury Relays saw some pretty impressive performances from the girls. Kaela Schrier threw a lifetime pr of 138' 8" to capture the Javelin title and earn herself the famous Woodbury Relays watch. Her throw is currently 1st in the state and 28th in the country. It is also the 2nd farthest throw in school history. Sierra Keller had a huge pr in the triple jump with a leap of 35'4" to place 6th. (#3 all time in school history) Complete results are here

Crusaders Frosh/Novice Invitational

We traveled down the road to Bishop Eustace to compete in the Crusader Frosh/Novice Invitational. The weather was awesome, and so were many of the performances by our young athletes. The 4x400m relay team of Maria Miller, Madison Fearon, Emily Kramer, and Mia DeMarco came home with top honors winning with a time of 4:41.3. The 4x200m relay team of Ana Rant, Lindsay Fischer, Abby Gilmore, and Jenn Robin placed 3rd. Complete results can be found here

Don Danser Memorial Relays

The season opened up on Saturday April 2nd with the Don Danser Memorial Relays(Formerly known as the Hall of Fame Relays) at Maple Shade High School. Don Danser(a former Burlington County coach, official and then NJSIAA member in charge of Cross Country and Track and Field) passed away this past fall and the meet was named in his honor. This was many girls first opportunity to see what a high school track meet is like. The weather did not disappoint as it is usually cold, windy, rainy, and has even snowed. The past week of awesome weather in the high 70's was quickly changed back to 50's and rainy. Unfortunately a few events were cancelled due to the wet conditions at the start of the meet.

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