Northside College Prep Women's Track & Field: Welcome

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This is the official website of the Northside College Prep Women's Track and Field Team.

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 2016 Northside Coaching Staff

 93% of NCAA Division I Basketball Players ran Track in High School

 99% of NCAA Division I Cross Country runners ran Track in High School 

 Do you want to be stronger? Do you want to be Faster?

  If you would like to join the Northside College Prep Track and Field Team contact Northside Head Coach Jon Gordon at JonGordon9@Aol.com

   "The will to win means nothing without the will to prepare"

For the Official web site of the CHICAGO PUBLIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Northside Cross Country

For Northside 2016 Outdoor Track & Field Statistics: 2016 Outdoor Track season

For Northside 2017 Indoor Track & Field Statistics: 2017 Indoor Track season

Nutrition for Track Athletes

For any junior or senior who is thinking about competing collegiately. Before you can officially be recruited or commit to a school, this step must be taken: NCAA Eligibility Center

Track and Field Practices commenced on Monday, January 16, 2017. Athletes are only permitted to join the Team after January 16, 2017, if they were in a winter sport (i.e. Basketball).

2017 Track and Field Schedule

Friendly reminder, the bus leaves at 3:09 pm for Hanson Stadium in Chicago, Illinois on Thursday, April 27, 2017 for the CPS Sophomore Girls Prelims. The bus leaves at 7:45 am on Saturday, April 29, 2017 for the Varsity for the New Trier Invitational. Meet packets will be available on Wednesday evening under "Student of the Sport". Thanks.

2017 Eric Nelson Classic Results

Banquet Tickets purchased as of April 26, 2017: Ushijima (3). Friendly reminder, that May 2, 2017 is the last day to purchase banquet tickets. Order forms are available under the link "Student of the Sport". All Banquet tickets must be purchased via U.S. mail, and paid for with a check. No Banquet Ticket Orders will be accepted at practice or meets. Thanks.

 



Wednesday, April 26
Last day to purchase banquet tickets is Tuesday, May 2, 2017

The last day to purchase banquet tickets is Tuesday, May 2, 2017. The first thing parents tell us when they are denied banquet tickets is their son or daughter never brought the order form home. The order form is available under the link "Student of the Sport". Thanks.

Saturday, April 22
Sara McCoy BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD in the 1600m! Fiona Casey BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD in the 800m!

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Coach Michael Giberson congratulates Sara McCoy on a School Record!

 Distance night in Palatine is a unique fusion of elite distance racing, music, and fun. The event is designed to bring the best high school runners together from throughout Illinois and the Midwest.

 Northside distance runners Sara McCoy, Fiona Casey, Alex Ortiz, and Kyle Friedler qualified for Distance night in Palatine based on prior performances in the 800m, 1600m, and 3200m from 2016 IHSA State Championships and the 2017 Track & Field season.

 Upon arrival, they received free gear, including a Distance night in Palatine Jersey.

 It was the most successful Track meet in the history of Northside. Four athletes ran personal best times and THREE SCHOOL RECORDS were broken!

 The stadium was filled to its capacity. The fans were on their feet throughout the meet, and even lined both sides of the Track during a special performance in the 1600m. A costume 4x400m Relay ended the historic night, in which two athletes from Northside, an athlete from Von Steuben, and an athlete from Mather participated in the same relay.

(Coming soon: Complete Results!)



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Iman Adetunji finishes fourth in 100m Hurdles!
Saturday, April 1
Chicago Northside WINS Eric Nelson Classic! Sally Kim WINS 200m Dash and finishes THIRD in 100m Dash!

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Sally Kim

 On Saturday, April 1, 2017, the Northside Varsity Women traveled to River Park Track in Chicago, Illinois for the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic.

 The Eric Nelson Track and Field Classic featured a record 476 athletes, and ten high schools!

 Northside athletes have been training since January 2017 for the first outdoor Track meet of the year, and their hard work, and dedication to months of training paid off for the lady Mustangs in the first Outdoor Track and Field meet of the season. 

 The Northside Varsity Women WON the 2017 Eric Nelson Classic with 163 points, and posted victories over: 2. University High (120 points), 3. Lincoln Park (69 points), 4. Steinmetz (58 points), 5. Chicago Bulls College Prep (50 points), 6. Von Steuben (25 points), 7. Amundsen (18 points), 8. Cristo Rey Jesuit (12 points), 9. Chicago Christ the King (4 points), and 10. Intrinsic (0 points).

 The Northside Varsity Women have a record of 9-0 to start the Outdoor Track and Field Season.

 The Chicago Northside lady Mustangs will be seeking their first IHSA Sectional Title in Track and field since 2012, in May 2017, on their way to the 2017 IHSA State Track and Field Championships!! 

  The 2017 Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic provided a very special Track & Field experience for all participants. Medals were awarded to the Top 3 Athletes in each event. The Medals are engraved with each athlete's name on it, and shipped to each respective school. Goody bags were also given to all participants on every team. Northside parents also hosted a Tailgate Party for the athletes that was second to none.

 Once a Northside athlete holds the school record and has qualified for the IHSA State Track & Field Championships in that event, the event is then named after the athlete in the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic, beginning the following year.

 Plaques were awarded to the winner of the Triple Jump in honor of Northside Alumni Maria Torres, the winner of the Shot Put in honor of Northside Alumni Veronica Schwartz, the winners of the 4x800m Relay in honor of IHSA State Qualifiers Fiona Casey, Sara McCoy and Northside Alumni Caroline Owens, and Elizabeth O'Conor.

 River Park Track was spectacular. It is one of the best venues in Chicago for Track & Field. The McCoy Family, the Karall Family, the McManus Family, the Zinke Family, and the Rappaport Family arrived at River Park Track at 6:45 am to help the Northside Coaching Staff set up the High Jump Pit, and place hurdles around the Track.

 A special thanks to former Northside Sprints Coach Mark Morgan, and the Webster Family for serving as the clerks of the course, and for checking in 476 athletes, and providing them with hip numbers for each event.

 A special thanks to the Sotomayor Family, the McManus Family, the Friedler Family, the Durkin Family, the Zehfuss Family, the Zinke Family, the Karall Family, the Rappaport Family, and the Northside Coaching Staff for helping make 476 goody bags for the Eric Nelson Classic!

 The Team would also like to thank the Casey Family for helping transport Tents and Equipment at dawn to River Park Track in preparation for the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic.

 The Team would also like to thank ALL of the Northside parents that contributed to the hospitality table for the Northside athletes. It helped make the meet a more enjoyable experience for all of the athletes and members of the coaching staff.

 The Team would also like to thank Northside Volunteer Coach Jose Nebrida for helping officiate High Jump at the Eric Nelson Classic.

 The Team would also like to thank North Park University Head Coach Geoff Masanet, and staff for providing Northside with all of the Track & Field Equipment for the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic.

 The Team would also like to thank Vera Onate and the Chicago Park District for all of their help in preparation for the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic.

 The Team would also like to thank Northside Athletic Director Henry Henderson and Assistant Andrew Mayer for all of their help in preparation and meet management for the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic.

 Northside would also like to thank IHSA Official Kerry Dean for serving as the Starter for the 2017 Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic. Dean was outstanding!

 Northside would also like to thank IHSA Officials Steve Battle (Triple Jump), Rashida Gates (Long Jump), Bernie Lewis (Shot Put), and Cliff Norman (Discus) for officiating hundreds of athletes in the Field Events.

 Northside would also like to thank Casey Swenson of AccuRace Timing Services, LLC. The meet was finished in record time thanks to his tremendous efforts. AccuRace Timing Services also published the official results immediately after each event was finished on the wall next to the concession stand. Team scores were also provided after each event.

 Last, the Northside Coaching Staff would like to thank all of the Northside athletes. Hours after the meet ended, Northside athletes stayed at River Park Track putting away equipment. Thanks again.

 The meet was scored on the following scale for individual events and relays: 10-8-6-4-2-1.

 The first event of the 2017 Eric Nelson Classic was the 100m Hurdles.

 In the 100m Hurdles, Northside Freshman Carol Dai finished in THIRD place with a PERSONAL BEST time of 21.23. Northside Sophomore Iman Adetunji finished in FOURTH place with an outstanding time of 22.65. Iman Adetunji will be training in Orlando, Florida in preparation for the Carl Sandburg High School Invitational on April 20, 2017. Northside scored 10 points in the 100m Hurdles!

The second event of the 2017 Eric Nelson Classic was the 100m dash.

 In the 100m Dash, Northside Sophomore Sally Kim finished in THIRD place with an outstanding time of 14.19. Northside Senior Kate Chu finished in eighth place with an outstanding time of 14.66. Northside Senior Eve Houser finished in tenth place with an outstanding time of 14.73. Northside Freshman phenom Shania Dorsey finished in 12th place with a season best time of 14.88. Northside Freshman Naseeba Yunuza finished in 15th place with an outstanding time of 15.00. Northside Sophomore Hannah Shipley finished in 26th place with a season best time of 16.28. Northside Freshman Fatima Pena finished in 36th place with a personal best time of 17.37. Northside Sophomore Aayushi Nakum finished in 45th place with a personal best time of 18.87. Northside scored 6 points in the 100m dash!



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Eve Houser and Kate Chu

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Hannah Shipley in the 100m dash!
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Nasseba Yunuza in the 100m dash!

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Fatima Pena in the 100m dash!

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Sara McCoy
Northside Junior Sara McCoy WINS 3200m run at the Eric Nelson Classic! McCoy, Mattson, Santos, and Alex finish 1-2-3-4 in the 3200m run!

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Sophia Mattson
 In the 3200m run, Northside Junior Sara McCoy WON it with an outstanding time of 11:49.70. Sara McCoy will be awarded a MEDAL for winning the 3200m run. Northside Freshman Sophia Mattson finished in SECOND place with a personal best time of 15:09.62. Sophia Mattson will be awarded a MEDAL for finishing in second place overall. Northside Freshman Joselyn Santos dropped 2 minutes and 13 seconds (17:41.70, XC) to finish in THIRD place with a personal best time of 15:34.12. Joselyn Santos will be awarded a MEDAL for finishing in third place overall.

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Joselyn Santos

Northside Sophomore Christine Alex drops four minutes and 46 seconds to finish in FOURTH place in the 3200m run at the Eric Nelson Classic!

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Christine Alex
 In the 3200m run, Northside Sophomore Christine Alex dropped four minutes and 46 seconds (20:34.90, XC), and outkicked Steinmetz Junior Karla Colula (15:48.33, fifth place) to finish in FOURTH place with a PERSONAL BEST time of 15:48.16. Christine Alex earned a Varsity letter in Track by scoring points in a Varsity meet. Cristo Rey Senior Cecilia Barron finished in sixth place to complete the scoring with an official time of 16:09.72.

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3200m run at the Eric Nelson Classic

Wednesday, March 30
Chicago Northside seeking Parent volunteers to help host Eric Nelson Classic on April 1, 2017

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Former Northside Parent Jonathan Weatherly helps with Long Jump Pit at Home Meet

 

 On Saturday, April 1, 2017, Northside College Prep will be hosting the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic at River Park Track in Chicago, Illinois.

 The meet features ELEVEN HIGH SCHOOLS in 2017!

 Our goal is to make it the BEST Track & Field experience in Illinois! The Northside Coaching Staff has gone to great expense, and has provided 5 IHSA Officials for Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Discus, and hired the best F.A.T. timer in the country, and covered their travel expenses, including hotel rooms in Chicago to make this a special experience for every athlete, coach, and spectator.

  We need HELP with assembling Goody Bags for the Eric Nelson Classic. Traditionally, Goody bags have been provided to all participants on every team for the Eric Nelson Classic. Parents that can bring fillers (i.e Party City, Target) for Goody bags and help assemble them on Friday (3/31), please email Northside Head Jon Gordon. Thanks.

  Medals will be awarded to the Top 3 Athletes in each event.

 Once a Northside athlete holds the school record and has qualified for the IHSA State Track & Field Championships, an event in the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic is named after the athlete, beginning the following year. Plaques will be awarded for events named after Alumni.

 Northside is seeking Parent Volunteers for (1) Clerks of the Course - check in athletes and provide them with hip numbers for each event, (2) Goody Bags - help supply fillers and/or make goody bags for the event, (3) Heavy lifting of Track Equipment BEFORE (6:45 am) and/or AFTER the meet for set up and/or clean-up, (4) Help set up Hurdles, (5) Exchange Zone Judges, (6) Admissions entrance, (7) Hospitality Room and Packet Pick-up, (8) Take Pictures of the event, and (9) Help supply bottled water for the event.

 PLEASE email Northside Head Coach Jon Gordon at Jongordon9@aol.com, if your able to help us host the Eric Nelson Classic on Saturday, April 1, 2017. Northside parents will be meeting (please bring fillers) on Friday evening (3/31) to help make Goody Bags at 5 pm in the Northside Cafeteria.

 Northside parents will also be meeting at 7 am at Northside College Prep for final preparations to host the meet on Saturday, April 1, 2017. THANKS.



Saturday, March 25
Fiona Casey BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD and finishes FIFTH in Illinois in the 800m run at the Indoor State Championships!

 On Friday, March 24, 2017, Northside Head Coach Jon Gordon, Distance Coach Michael Giberson, Assistant Coach Jose Nebrida, Assistant Coach Alex Zasso, Northside Senior Fiona Casey, Junior Sara McCoy, Senior Kyle Friedler, and Senior Alex Ortiz traveled to Bloomington, Illinois for the Indoor State Championships (Illinois Top Times).

 The athletes on the bus, combined, held nine schools records, and the 800m school record could potentially be broken at the Indoor State Championships.

 The Mustangs stayed at Eastland Suites in Bloomington, Illinois. The suites contain two floors of rooms with a staircase, two bathrooms, Plasma Televisions, and a full size kitchen with a large refigerator and microwave. A special thanks to Northside Principal Kelly Mest, Athletic Director Henry Henderson, and Assistant Athletic Director Andrew Mayer for the wonderful accomodations.

 After Northside Head Coach Jon Gordon treated the Team and coaching staff to a fine dinner at Olive Garden, Northside returned to the hotel to rest up for the Indoor State Championships.

 On Saturday, March 25, 2017, the Indoor State Championships took place at the Shirk Center in Bloomington, Illinois. The stadium was filled to its capacity, with people standing in the upper deck just to get a glimpse of the meet. Indoor State was also broadcasted live on the internet at runnerspace.com.

 The stadium at Illinois Wesleyan University featured a 200m Track, multipurpose room for Team camps, warm-up room for athletes adjacent to the track, upper deck seating, a video screen showing the results of all the events throughout the meet, and a play-by-play announcer who gave live commentary on every event that took place.

 In the 800m run, Northside Senior Fiona Casey ran the first 400m in 68 seconds, and then ran the final 400m in 72 seconds to BREAK THE SCHOOL RECORD and finish in FIFTH place overall to reach the MEDAL stand with a personal best time of 2:20.16. Fiona Casey will be honored in practice this week with a Watermelon for breaking the school record!

 In the 1600m run, Northside Junior Sara McCoy qualified for the Indoor State Meet on March 4, 2017 at the Hononegah Indoor Classic with a personal best time of 5:19.11. After qualifying for Indoor State, McCoy missed the De La Salle Invitational, and was not able to stay for the duration of the Indoor City Championships, which limited her events at the meet. The layoff had an effect on her progress at the Indoor State Championships. Sara McCoy finished in 13th place in the 1600m with an outstanding time of 5:25.24. McCoy will focus on the 3200m at the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic on April 1, 2017 to build up her strength for a potential record breaking performance in the 1600m at the Distance night at Palatine on April 22, 2017.

After the meet, the Northside Varsity Women Track & Field TEAM celebrated an outstanding Indoor Season with a special lunch at Steak and Shake in Bloomington, Illinois.

The Varsity Women will be preparing this week for the first outdoor Track & Field meet of season, on April 1, 2017, the Eric Nelson Classic.



Saturday, March 25
VARSITY POINTS

VARSITY POINTS SCORED AT INDOOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1. Fiona Casey 4.00

   

VARSITY POINTS SCORED (7 MEETS)

1. Fiona Casey 40.50
2. Sara McCoy 31.50
3. Aleah Wilson 26.00
4. Iman Adetunji 20.50
5. Anna Pasek 18.50
6. Gwen Casey 16.50
7. Eve Houser 14.00
8. Sylwia Balata 12.50
8. Sally Kim 12.50
9. Erin Goldman 10.00
10. Carol Dai 9.00
11. Elizabeth Auta 6.50
12. Melissa Suarez 6.00
13. Monfaye Nabine 5.50
14. Kate Clemenz 5.00
14. Ella Neurohr 5.00
15. Shania Dorsey 3.75
16. Kate Chu 3.00
17. Sarah Fitzmaurice 2.00
17. Zoe Kim 2.00
18. Olamide Babayeju 1.50
18. Sophia Mattson 1.50
18. Joselyn Santos 1.50
18. Naseeba Yunusa 1.50
19. Fatima Pena 0.75
19. Duyen Vo 0.75
19. Linh Pham 0.75

All of the athletes listed above have earned a VARSITY letter in Track and Field!



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Senior Eve Houser in the 400m Dash
Saturday, March 18
Northside Varsity Women finish in FIFTH place at the Chicago Public League Championships! Sylwia Balata finishes SECOND in the 3200m!

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Freshman Monfaye Nabine in the 4x400m Relay

 On Saturday, March 18, 2017, the Northside Varsity Womens Varsity Track & Field Team traveled to Henry Crown Field House at the University of Chicago for the 2017 Indoor City Championships.

 Henry Crown Field house featured an athlete friendly atmosphere, upper deck seating, and the best 200m Indoor Track in Chicago. Henry Crown Field house has been the host to numerous National meets, and local Championship meets as well. The Varsity letter was invented in the1890s by Amos Alonzo Stagg as he was sitting on the entrance steps to Henry Crown Field house. The main wall of the stadium contains a list of field house records, which include several Olympians. The first Heisman Trophy winner (1935), Jay Berwanger is still listed on the all time list for Henry Crown Field house for the 55m dash. Henry Crown Field house is a Chicago landmark that is rich in Track & Field history.

 The "A" division of the 2017 Indoor Varsity Chicago Public League Championships featured: Brooks, Dunbar, Kenwood, Lakeview, Lindblom, Mather, North Lawndale, Northside College Prep, Walter Payton, Simeon, Taft, Von Steuben, and Westinghouse.

 Kenwood won it with 92 points. Westinghouse finished in second place with 59 points. Taft finished in third place with 55 points. Lindblom finished in fourth place with 49 points.

 Chicago Northside finished in fifth place with 36 points, and posted victories over: 6. Mather (34 points), 7. Walter Payton (32 points), 8. Simeon (31 points), 9. Brooks (28 points), 10. Dunbar (7 points), 11. Lake View (5 points), and 12. Von Steuben (2 points). The lady mustangs had a recored 7-4 on the day!

 Congratulations to Coach Phillip Wallace, and the Kenwood Broncos on winning the 2017 Indoor City Title!

 Individual Events and Relays were scored on the following point scale: 10-8-6-4-2-1.

 In the High Jump, Northside Sophomore Melissa Suarez finished in sixth place to complete the scoring with a personal best jump of 3'11.

 In the Shot Put, Northside Sophomore Iman Adetunji finished in sixth place to complete the scoring with an outstanding throw of 22'9.50.

 In the Long Jump, Northside Sophomore Iman Adetunji finished in seventh place with a leap of 12'8.50.

 In the Triple Jump, Northside Sophomore Iman Adetunji finished in FIFTH place with an outstanding Triple Jump of 27'6.50.

 In the 3200m run, Northside Senior Sylwia Balata dropped 16 seconds (12:30.94) to finish in SECOND place with a PERSONAL BEST time of 12:14.16. Sylwia Balata was awarded a MEDAL for finishing in second place overall. Northside scored 8 points in the 3200m run!

 In the 4x800m Relay, Northside Senior Anna Pasek had an incredible performance and ran a season best 2:32.10 800m split, and made a perfect exchange to Ella Neurohr. Northside Junior Ella Neurohr ran a personal best 2:51.98 800m split, and made a good exchange to Gwen Casey. Northside Freshman Gwen Casey dropped 3 seconds (2:40.93), and ran a personal best 2:37.52 800m split, and made a nice exchange to Sara McCoy. Northside Junior Sara McCoy anchored Northside to THIRD place with a 2:38.12 800m split for an official time of 10:39.60. Anna Pasek, Ella Neurohr, Gwen Casey, and Sara McCoy were awarded MEDALS for finishing in THIRD place overall.

 In the 60m Hurdles, Northside Freshman Carol Dai finished in FIFTH place with a personal best time of 12.65.

 In the 60m Dash, Northside Freshman Naseeba Yunusa finished in eighth place with an outstanding time of 9.17.

 In the 800m run, Northside Senior Fiona Casey ran 200m splits of 32, 35 (67 400m), 38 (1:45 600m), and then ran the final 200m in a NEGATIVE split of 36.99 to finish in third place with a season best time of 2:21.99. Fiona Casey was awarded a MEDAL for finishing in third place overall. Fiona Casey had two solid performances at De La Salle (3/12), and the Indoor City Championships (3/18), and could potentially break the school record at the Indoor State Championships on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Northside scored 6 points in the 800m run!

 In the 4x200m Relay, Northside Senior Elizabeth Auta had an incredible performance and ran a season best 28.90 200m split, and made a nice exchange to Naseeba Yunusa. Northside Freshman Naseeba Yunusa ran an impressive 32.05 200m split, and made a good exchange to Freda Frimpong.  Northside Freshman Freda Frimpong ran an outstanding 32.74 200m split, and made a perfect exchange to Kate Chu. Northside Captain Kate Chu anchored the Mustangs with an impressive 29.26 200m split to finish in third place in their heat, and in NINTH place overall with an official time of 2:03.70. Kate Chu did an outstanding job in her first meet as anchor of the 4x200m Relay.

 In the 400m Dash, Northside Senior Eve Houser edged Taft's Jacqueline Mendoza (68.37) to finish in FOURTH place with an outstanding time of 68.19. Northside scored four points in the 400m dash!

 In the 1600m run, Northside Senior Anna Pasek ran the first 800m in 2:52, and then ran the final 800m in 3:01 to finish in FOURTH  place with an official time of 5:53.78. Northside scored four points in the 1600m run!

 In the 200m Dash, Northside Sophomore Sally Kim finished in seventh place with a PERSONAL BEST time of 29.03.

 In the 4x400m Relay, Northside Senior Fiona Casey ran an impressive 400m split of 63.60 on the first leg of the relay. Northside Freshman Gwen Casey ran an outstanding 400m split of 66.79 on the second leg of the relay. Northside Freshman Monfaye Nabine ran a personal best 400m split of 70.20 on the third leg of the relay. Northside Senior Sylwia Balata anchored Northside to FIFTH place with a 74.13 400m split for an official time of 4:35.63.



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Freshman Freda Frimpong in the 4x200m Relay

Saturday, March 18
VARSITY POINTS

VARSITY POINTS SCORED AT INDOOR CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS

1. Sylwia Balata 8.50
2. Fiona Casey 6.50
3. Anna Pasek 5.50
4. Eve Houser 4.00
5. Iman Adetunji 3.00
6. Carol Dai 2.00
6. Gwen Casey 2.00
7. Ella Neurohr 1.50
7. Sara McCoy 1.50
8. Melissa Suarez 1.00
9. Monfaye Nabine 0.50

 

VARSITY POINTS SCORED (6 MEETS)

1. Fiona Casey 36.50
2. Sara McCoy 31.50
3. Aleah Wilson 26.00
4. Iman Adetunji 20.50
5. Anna Pasek 18.50
6. Gwen Casey 16.50
7. Eve Houser 14.00
8. Sylwia Balata 12.50
8. Sally Kim 12.50
9. Erin Goldman 10.00
10. Carol Dai 9.00
11. Elizabeth Auta 6.50
12. Melissa Suarez 6.00
13. Monfaye Nabine 5.50
14. Kate Clemenz 5.00
14. Ella Neurohr 5.00
15. Shania Dorsey 3.75
16. Kate Chu 3.00
17. Sarah Fitzmaurice 2.00
17. Zoe Kim 2.00
18. Olamide Babayeju 1.50
18. Sophia Mattson 1.50
18. Joselyn Santos 1.50
18. Naseeba Yunusa 1.50
19. Fatima Pena 0.75
19. Duyen Vo 0.75
19. Linh Pham - 0.75

All of the athletes listed above have earned a VARSITY letter in Track and Field!