Lady Arabian track wins seventh straight county title


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Mike Battreall

Correspondent

Pendleton - Pendleton Heights girls track team rode Kiawna Cottrell’s three firsts Friday, April 18, to capture a seventh consecutive Madison County meet title.

Four other Arabian athletes or teams finished first in their events at Madison-Grant, as PH scored 167.5 points to 147 for runner-up Lapel.

Cottrell broke her own meet record in the 100-meter, blazing to a 12.57 run, which shaved the old mark by .02 of a second.

The senior also won the 200 in 26.02 as well as the long jump, with a leap of 16 feet, 9 1/2 inches. She was the defending county champ in all three events.

Sophomore Alex Buck also set a meet record in the 3,200 — by nine seconds — going 11:53.80.

Micalah Booher won the

800, in 2:29.10, as did Emma Hall in the 1,600 (5:44.70).

The Arabians’ 4x800 relay team also won, going 10:30.12.

Other top-three finishers

for PH included the 4x100

and 4x400 relays (both

second); Elana Stephenson (third in shot put and discus); Shaelee Roy (third in 300 hurdles); Tristan VanNatta (third in long jump); and Faith Baer (third in 1,600).

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