Thornton captures silver medal at CC track championships
Allentown – Muhlenberg freshman Claire Thornton, RI CKurFKYLOOH, FDSturHd D sLOYHr PHdDO ODst PRntK Dt the Centennial Conference Outdoor Track and Championships.
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Muhlenberg’s Claire Thornton, of Churchville, helped her relay team grab a silver medal in the Centennial Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships.