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MHS girls capture 2nd place

The Middlesex girls display their second place trophy. Front row, from left, are Davina Peters, Ashae Burnett and Sarah Guill; back row, Lauren Beebe, Mary Stevens, Melissa Hall, Jasmine Fells and Micah Reed. (Photo by Rebecca Hall)

The Middlesex High School girls track team captured second place Saturday in the 11th annual West Point High School Invitational Track meet with 73 points.

Missy Hall was a double winner for the Lady Chargers with first places in the 1600 meters (5:46) and 800 meters (2:35). She also finished third in the long jump (14’8”).

Ashae Burnett won the shot put (35’0”) for the Lady Chargers’ only other first place. She also finished fifth in the discus (69’), fifth in the 300 meter hurdles (59.05) and seventh in the triple jump (27’11”).

Olivia Cloud finished second in the 3200 meters (13:22).

Micah Reed was second in the discus (86’10”) and third in the shot put (31’2”).

Lauren Beebe finished fourth in the high jump (4’2”); fifth in the 200 meters (28.5), and 10th in the 100 meters (13.47).

Group AA King George easily won the meet with 147 points. Middlesex was second with 73 points; King William, third, 66 points; West Point, fourth, 47 points; Essex, fifth, 28 points; Sussex Central, sixth, 21; Mathews, seventh, 19; Windsor, eighth, 15; King and Queen, ninth, 13; Nandua, 10th, 12; Rappahannock, 11th, 5; Lancaster, 12th, 4; and Northumberland 13th, 2.

MHS battled West Point and King William on April 8, and will run in the King William Invitational on April 18. 

posted 04.08.2009

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