Maryah Nasir set the tone by winning the 3,200-meter race with a new school record of 11:35.9 and winning the 1600 (5:32) race.
Katie Smoak won the Shot Put (28-07) and placed second in the Discus (83-03).
Isabelle Greenstreet placed fourth in the 3200 (12:36) and fifth in the 1600 (5:55). She also anchored the Pinewood 4 x 800 Relay team that placed fourth. Other members of the relay team were Seleste Franklin, Abby Mandel and Kasey Grossman.
Ashley Wilson placed fourth in Discus (75-02) and threw Shot Put.
Mason Hazel led the Pinewood boys in the nine-team meet, placing third in the 800 with a new school record of 2:10.28.
Jake Birdsong Placed fourth in the 3200 with a new personal record of 11:47, just missing state qualifying by two seconds.
The Lady Panthers placed fifth in the meet while the Pinewood boys placed eighth.
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Nasir, Hazel lead Pinewood at Porter-Gaud

  • Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The Pinewood Prep track and field team earned several Top 5 finishes during a meet held Thursday at Porter-Gaud.
Maryah Nasir set the tone by winning the 3,200-meter race with a new school record of 11:35.9 and winning the 1600 (5:32) race.
Katie Smoak won the Shot Put (28-07) and placed second in the Discus (83-03).
Isabelle Greenstreet placed fourth in the 3200 (12:36) and fifth in the 1600 (5:55). She also anchored the Pinewood 4 x 800 Relay team that placed fourth. Other members of the relay team were Seleste Franklin, Abby Mandel and Kasey Grossman.
Ashley Wilson placed fourth in Discus (75-02) and threw Shot Put.
Mason Hazel led the Pinewood boys in the nine-team meet, placing third in the 800 with a new school record of 2:10.28.
Jake Birdsong Placed fourth in the 3200 with a new personal record of 11:47, just missing state qualifying by two seconds.
The Lady Panthers placed fifth in the meet while the Pinewood boys placed eighth.

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