Pennridge shines at state indoors
The salley was certainly a “happy” place this weekend for the Pennridge boys and girls traFN anG fielG teaPV. In tKe InGRRr 6tate 0eet at 3enn 6tate tKe bRyV teaP finLVKeG tKLrG Ln tKe Vtate and the girls followed with a fourth place team finLVK. BRtK teaPV KaG one state title.
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The boys foursome of -Rey LRgXe, 0LNe ClaVV, -RKn .LP anG 1LFN 6tenderowicz ran a sub 3:20 race in the 4u400 meter relay to collect gold. The oams time of 3:19.47 fell just short of the state Peet reFRrG Rf 3:18.73, which was set my dlen 0LllV Ln 2002.
LRgXe alVR finLVKeG fourth in the 800 meter rXn anG 6tenGerRwLFz was second in the 400 meter dash. Pennridge’s 4u200 meter relay almost pulled off a second state title. Norristown (1:29.68) barely edged
Another local to earn a state title was dwynedd 0erFy’V (PPa .eenan, wKR finLVKeG tKe 800 meter run with a time of 2:10.28, tKree VeFRnGV ahead of her competition. Keenan will attend deorgetown next year to continue her dominance in the 800 meter run.
BenValeP wRn tKe Vtate team title for the boys and 6wenVRn Art & 7eFKnRlogy took the team title for the girls.