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Today, she coaches varsity cross country and modified outdoor track at Frontier High School and at Frontier Middle School. In her spare time, she coaches and trains several area runners and helps with the summer track program. How else can you explain such a lifetime of achievement — all while raising five children? Compared to Bridget, the rest of us are mere slackers. Bridget was the captain of her cross country and track teams for the University at Buffalo, and broke five school records at track.
She recorded three top 3 Buffalo Marathon finishes in 3rd1stand 1st. She also notched three Buffalo Corp Challenge wins in the mids. There was also a top 5 finish at Marine Corps Marathon in You may not have heard much about that, but it served a key role in changing the relationship between student-athletes and their universities. After graduation, she picked up a couple of graduate degrees, but still was in good enough shape to earn Runner of the Year honors from The Buffalo News in Earlier inBridget found a new challenge — as if she needed it.
Track and field athletes set to propel District 10
There she is helping to improve athletics for young people through the area, backed by the Ralph Wilson Foundation. Now, that day has arrived. Black Tower wine became the title sponsor in Inthe race became the first in the area to offer prize money, and has featured Olympians and world champions over the years.
The parade of top runners continues to this day. John Campbell set male masters 4-mile world record in the race inwhich has attracted runners from 30 foreign countries and all 50 states.
InSubaru became the major sponsor and — along with Northtown and West Herr — has remained the major sponsor for 32 consecutive years.
He continues to dedicate himself to organizing this event, with Subaru as the major sponsor. Hailey Rose Gattuso once again led her teammates to an incredible finish in the open Kim Fohrd and Marissa Saber accomplished what was necessary for the team and did so with their unwavering talent. Saber continues to improve this season, and will be a fierce competitor during XC. Natalie has improved each and every time she has raced this year and will be an important part of our team in future seasons.
Quite possibly the most exciting race of the day was the 4x, which ended with a 2nd place victory for Emily Meegan, Rachel Joachimi, Mia Sullivan and Samantha Barry. They set their season best time and qualified for states.
The last event on the track was the exciting 4x relay. Willow Yeoh started off strong, handing the baton to Anai Clark who passed it to Marissa Catanzaro and the anchor, freshman Taylor DeJesus raced in for a close finish. Not to be forgotten, by this time, the athletes were competing in threatening weather and almost darkness! Day Two on the field was no different, with a strong showing from Larissa Nicholson, Becky harms and Morgan Phillips in the shot. Larissa stole third place and Becky took fourth, throwing her personal best.
Suhay advanced to finals, and freshman Mia Zuchlewski set a personal record with a jump of 12'3". Again, this season was one for the books. The junior is a sprinter, as well as the district's defending gold medalist in the dash. Austin Cottrell and Brown comprised the second half of the Bulldogs' relay last season.
Cottrell, like Brown, returns to their roster this spring. Other large-school boys bidding to defend at districts are General McLane senior Kyle Sult in the hurdles and Corry senior Liam Cragg in the triple jump. Evankovich also led off the Lancers' foursome that won last season's district title in the 3, relay.
McDowell boasts three defending district victors, all seniors. Sydney Sokol swept last season's and hurdles. Alicia Bloomster recorded the longest distance in the triple jump and Bryanna Burns the best height in the pole vault.
Slippery Rock returns half of its quartet that combined for the fastest time in the district's relay final.
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Rounding out the returning district winners are Oil City junior Abby Fontanazza for the shot put and Corry sophomore Ryann Brundage for the javelin. Blaire was the silver medalist in the shot put competition at Penn State. Last season, he qualified in that discipline and the discus for the PIAA outdoor meet at Shippensburg.
He placed fifth in the shot put and third in the discus. Mercyhurst Prep and Greenville welcome back half the relay members who were district champs and state medalists.
Greenville finished first in the district's 1, relay with the able legs of seniors Hunter Hause and Matt Crawford.
Harbor Creek middle-distance runner Dan Kuhn is the last returning district titlist who also ended up a state medalist. The senior won the district's and then placed sixth at Shippensburg.
Eisenhower's Noah VanHouten was an all-district selection for the hurdles. The Knights senior also a defending district champ for a field event, having finished first in the triple jump. One of District 10's most successful running careers -- for cross country and track -- will conclude whenever Claire Brown breaks her last finish line for Villa Maria. In track, she's also a and champ for the state's small-school 3, relay. Brown returns from last season's winning foursome, as does younger sister Grace Brown, now a sophomore.
Hickory is the state meet's defending team titlist, largely because of the success of throwers like Tori McKinley and Cailen Blaire. The Iroquois runner was honored with that for her second-place showing in the The district has two other returning state medalists, albeit in radical distances. Humanic medaled in the discus and the shot put, which included a bronze for the latter discipline, while Strobel tied for eighth in the pole vault.
Follow him on Twitter at twitter. Blaire has already significantly contributed to the Hickory Hornets' recent dominance in throwing events.
He begins his junior season as District 10's defending champion for the Class AA boys discus and shot put events. Those first-place results at the S.
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He was the bronze medalist in the discus with a top toss of feet, 3 inches, and placed fifth in the shot put at Blaire already has a state medal for the current calendar year, as he participated in the Pennsylvania Track and Field Coaches Association Indoor Championships. That meet, held Feb. McKinley split the Times-News' female track and field athlete of the year honor with Hickory teammate Elena Marchand, who graduated.
McKinley, then a sophomore, started her postseason with a gold medal performance during the District 10 championships, held at the S. Institute in Geneva, Ohio.
Her best heave in the discus landed feet, 3 inches beyond the circle. McKinley still qualified in each event for the state meet at Shippensburg University. Once there, they also ended up first and second in the discus and shot.Julie's FIRST Track Meet 🥇
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