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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 2014 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"

   Track Practice: Monday - Friday, 4:00 - 5:45 pm

For Summer Training Information: Northside Cross Country

For Northside 2014 Indoor Track & Field Statistics: 2014 Indoor Track Season 

For Northside 2014 Outdoor Track & Field Statistics: 2014 Outdoor Track season

SPRING BREAK PRACTICE: 9 AM on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 (Hurdlers and Jumpers only).

Bus leaves at 2:30 pm on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 for Glenbrook North

Bus leaves at 2:45 pm on Thursday, April 17, 2014 for the Downers Grove Bruce Ritter Invitational

Meet packets will be published online, under "Student of the Sport" on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. Athletes will not be in both meets. Thanks.



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Northside brings home the TEAM Trophy!
Friday, April 11
Northside Varsity Women stun Brooks, the Indoor City Champions, at Lane Tech, to bring home the Trophy!

 On Friday, April 11, 2014, the Northside Varsity Women traveled to Lane Tech Track & Field Stadium in Chicago, Illinois for the North lawndale Invitational.

 In March 2014, the Northside Varsity Women lost the Indoor City Title to Chicago Brooks 85.00 to 47.50. That changed dramatically on Friday night.

 North Lawndale won the meet with 103 points. Northside finished in SECOND place with 97 points, and posted victories over: 3. Chicago Brooks (59 points), 4. Westinghouse (54 points), 5. Kenwood (52 points), 6. Johnson College Prep (48 points), 7. Prosser (34 points), 8. King (19 points), 9. Von Steuben (14 points), 10. Jones College Prep (12 points), 11. Marshall (2 points), 11. UIC College Prep (2 points), and 13. Walter Payton (1.5 points).

 In a nice ceremony following the meet, the Northside Varsity Women received a towering TEAM Trophy for finishing in second place overall. The Northside Varsity Women had a record of 11-1 on the day!



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Saturday, April 5
Northside BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD in the 4x800m Relay with a 10:06.70! Northside Junior Sarah Parks BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD in the 400m Dash with a 61.50!!!

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Elizabeth O'Conor

 On Saturday, April 5, 2014, the Northside Varsity Women traveled to Palatine, Illinois for the St. Viator Inviational at Harper College.

 The meet featured eleven schools, including: Woodlands Academy, Prosser, Guerin Prep, Perspectives Math and Science, Immaculate Conception, Northside College Prep, Calumet Perspectives Charter, Montini, Christian Liberty, Regina Dominican, and host St. Viator. 

 The most popular coach at the meet, was Northside Sprints Coach Wayne Edelman. Edelman coached at St. Viator prior to joining the Northside Coaching Staff in January 2014, and several reunions took place throughout the meet with former athletes, friends, and St. Viator parents. 

 The St. Viator Invitational was scored on the following point scale for individual events: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 and 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 for Relays. Gold Medals were awarded for first place. Silver Medals were awarded for second place. Bronze Medals were awarded for third place.

 Montini won the 2014 St. Viator Inviational. Northside finished in SECOND place with 114 points, and posted victories over: 3. St. Viator (97 points), 4. IIT Perspectives Charter (92 points), 5. Christian Liberty (60 points), 6. Regina Dominican (52 points), 7. Perspectives MSA (42 points), 8. Prosser (38 points), 9. Guerin (23 points), 10. Immaculate Conception (20 points), and 11. Woodlands Academy (3 points).

 Northside had a record of 9-1 on the day, and now have an outdoor season record of 15-1.

 In the Pole Vault, Northside Sophomore Isabella Kiser WON her second consecutive meet with a personal best vault of 7'0. Isabella Kiser was awarded a Gold Medal for winning the Pole Vault.

 In the Shot PutDiscus, High Jump, 100m Hurdles, and 200m Dash, None of the Northside entries showed up to the meet after staying out late at an International Dance night at the High School. Northside will enter more dependable athletes at future meets. Unexcused absenses cost the TEAM a lot of points. 

 In the Long Jump, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier finished in fourth place with an outstanding jump of 13'08.50. Northside Freshman Fiona Casey finished in sixth place with a jump of 11'02.50.

 In the Triple Jump, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier finished in SECOND place with a jump of 32'07. Aliyah Jervier was awarded a Silver Medal for finishing in second place overall.

 In the 4x800m Relay, Northside Junior Elizabeth O'Conor ran the first 400m in 70 seconds, and then ran the final 400m in 80 seconds for an outstanding 800m split of 2:30.19, and then made a perfect exchange to Junior Caroline Owens. Caroline Owens ran the first 400m in 72 seconds, and then ran the final 400m in 81 seconds for a personal best 800m split of 2:33.09, and then made a nice exchange to Junior Sarah Parks. Sarah Parks ran the first 400m in 72 seconds, and then ran the final 400m in 77 seconds for a personal best 800m split of 2:29.29, and then made a perfect exchange to Junior Madison Weatherly. Madison Weatherly ran the first 400m in 74 seconds, and then ran the final 400m in 79 seconds to anchor Northside to FIRST PLACE with an outstanding 800m split of 2:33.12 to BREAK THE SCHOOL RECORD with an official time of 10:06.70. Elizabeth O'Conor, Caroline Owens, Sarah Parks, and Madison Weatherly were honored in practice on Monday, and awarded Watermelons for breaking the school record in the 4x800m Relay! Elizabeth O'Conor, Caroline Owens, Sarah Parks, and Madison Weatherly were also awarded Gold Medals for winning the 4x800m Relay.



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Caroline Owens

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Violet Sackett WINS Varsity 3200m run! Anna Pasek WINS Junior Varsity 3200m run!

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Coach Patrick O'Connor holds the blocks for the start of the 4x100m Relay

 In the 4x100m Relay, Northside finished in sixth place with an official time of 1:03.80. Northside Sophomore Jessica Olejnik ran the first leg of the relay in a 100m split of 17.46. Northside Sophomore Jessica Anyaso ran the second leg of the relay in a 100m split of 14.57. Northside Freshman Kate Chu ran the third leg of the relay in a 100m split of 15.38. Northside Sophomore Michelle Chan anchored the Mustangs to sixth place with an impressive 100m split of 16.58 for an official time of 63.80.

 In the Varsity 3200m run, Northside Sophomore Violet Sackett ran the first mile in 6:15, and then ran the final mile in 6:37 to WIN it with an outstanding time of 12:52.60. Violet Sackett dropped 17 seconds (13:09.34) with an outstanding time of 12:52.60. Violet Sackett was awarded a MEDAL for winning the 3200m run. Northside Sophomore Maddie Schwartz did not show up to the meet, and was scratched from the competition.

 In the Junior Varsity 3200m run, Northside Freshman Anna Pasek ran the first mile in 6:23, and then ran the final mile in 6:40 to WIN it with a PERSONAL BEST time of 13:03.90. Anna Pasek dropped ONE MINUTE and 21 SECONDS (14:24.94) with a personal best time of 13:03.90. Pasek would have also placed second in the Varsity division!



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Elizabeth O'Conor and Fiona Casey finish 1-2 in the 800m run!! Kate Chu anchors 4x200m Relay to fifth place at St. Viator Invitational!

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Elizabeth O'Conor

 In the 100m Dash Finals, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier finished in fifth place with an official time of 14.40. Northside Sophomore Jessica Anyaso finished in sixth place with an official time of 15.10.

 In the 800m run, Northside Junior Elizabeth O'Conor WON it with an official time of 2:32.10. Elizabeth O'Conor ran the first 400m in 72 seconds, and then ran the final 400m in 80 seconds for an outstanding time of 2:32.10. Northside Freshman Fiona Casey finished in SECOND place with an official time of 2:38.00. Fiona Casey ran the first 400m in 74 seconds, and then ran the final 400m in 83 seconds for an outstanding time of 2:38.00.

 In the 4x200m Relay, Northside Sophomore Jessica Anyaso ran the first leg of the relay in a 200m split of 30.59, and made a nice exchange to Sophomore Joanna Byrne. Joanna Byrne dropped 5 seconds (41.50) with an impressive 36.15 200m split, and then made a perfect exchange to Sophomore Jessica Olejnik. Jessica Olejnik ran a 200m split of 36.16, and then made a good exchange to Freshman Kate Chu. Kate Chu anchored the Mustangs to fifth place with a 35.87 200m split for an official time of 2:18.80.



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Sarah Parks BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD in the 400m dash with a 61.50!!! Vivekae Kim BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD in 400m Hurdles!!

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 In the 400m Dash, Northside Junior Sarah Parks BROKE THE SCHOOL RECORD in the 400m dash to WIN it with a personal best time of 61.50. Sarah Parks was awarded a Gold MEDAL for winning the 400m Dash. Sarah Parks was honored in practice on Monday, and awarded a Watermelon for breaking the school record in the 400m Dash!

 In the Varsity 400m Hurdles, the school record was 84.00. Northside Freshman Vivekae Kim BROKE THE SCHOOL RECORD and won her heat, and finished fourth overall with a PERSONAL BEST time of 80.20. Vivekae Kim was honored in practice on Monday, and awarded a Watermelon for breaking the school record in the 400m Hurdles!

 In the Junior Varsity 400m Hurdles, Northside Freshman Anna Pasek WON it with a personal best time of 84.00

 In the Varsity 1600m run, Northside Captain Madison Weatherly ran the first 400m in 78 seconds, and then ran the next 400m in 82 seconds for an 800m split of 2:40.00. Madison Weatherly then ran the next 400m in 87 seconds for a 1200m split of 4:07.00. Madison Weatherly then ran the final 400m in a NEGATIVE split of 82 seconds to finish in SECOND place with an outstanding time of 5:29.00.

 Northside Junior Caroline Owens ran the first 400m in finished in 79 seconds, and then ran the next 400m in 86 seconds for an 800m split of 2:45.00. Caroline Owens then ran the next 400m in 91 seconds for a 1200m split of 4:16.00. Caroline Owens then ran the final 400m in a NEGATIVE split of 88 seconds to finish in FOURTH place with an outstanding time of 5:44.00.

 In the 200m Dash, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier scratched from her event. 

 In the 4x400m Relay, Northside Junior Elizabeth O'Conor ran the first leg of the relay in a 400m split of 65.92. Northside Freshman Fiona Casey ran the second leg of the relay in a 400m split of 68.35. Northside Junior Madison Weatherly ran the third leg of the relay in a 400m split of 70.00. Northside Junior Caroline Owens anchored the Mustangs to SECOND place with a 67.02 400m split for an official time of 4:31.29.



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Tuesday, April 1
Northside WINS Eric Nelson Classic! Isabella Kiser BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD in Pole Vault!

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 On Tuesday, April 1, 2014, Northside traveled to River Park Track in Chicago, Illinois for the Eric Nelson Classic.

 The meet featured Kelvyn Park, Taft, Solorio Academy, Von Steuben, Roosevelt, and host Northside College Prep.

 The 2014 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. Ribbons were awarded for places fourth through sixth.   

 Goody bags were given to all participants on every team, after they completed their first event of the day.

 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 were awarded to the winner of the Shot Put in honor of Northside Alumni Veronica Schwartz, the winner of the Triple Jump in honor of Northside Alumni Maria Torres, the winner of the 3200m run in honor of IHSA State Qualifier Madison Weatherly, the winners of the 4x200m Relay in honor of IHSA State Qualifiers Aliyah Jervier, Deja Lindsey, Michelle Chojnacki, and Kristin Wojcik. 

  River Park Track was spectacular. It is one of the best venues in Chicago for Track & Field.

  A special thanks to Northside parents Susan Webster and Elizabeth McManus for serving as the clerks of the course, and for checking in thousands of athletes, and providing them with hip numbers for each event.

 A special thanks to Leo Fitzpatrick for providing an outstanding Awards Table, and a special thanks to all of the Northside families that spent their Sunday making Goody Bags for the 2014 Eric Nelson Classic.

 The Team would also like to thank Danuta Frejowski for transporting the Team Tent to River Park.

 The Team would also like to thank Northside Assistant Distance Coach Patrick O'Connor for helping with all of the heavy lifting of equipment before the meet, and for his outstanding coaching during the meet.

  The Team would also like to thank Northside Throws Coach Wayne Edelman and Girls Sprints Coach Amy O'Connor for officiating the Shot Put and Discus, Pole Vault Coach Dan Turvey for officiating Pole Vault, and Northside Jumps Coach Ed Wallace for officiating the Long Jump and Triple Jump. 

 The Team would also like to thank Bob Gieger for proving F.A.T. timing. Geiger was outstanding. Northside would also like to thank IHSA Official Bernie Lewis.

 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 the Pole Vault Pit, High Jump Pit, covering the Long Jump pit, and covering the Triple Jump Put, and putting all of the Hurdles away. Thanks again.

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

 The Northside Varsity Women WON the 2014 Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic with a score of 210 points, and posted victories over: 2. Solorio Academy (67 points), 3. Taft (63 Points), 4. Von Stuben (46 points), 5. Kelvyn Park (0 points), and 5. Roosevelt (0 points).

 In the Pole Vault, Northside Sophomore Isabella Kiser BROKE THE SCHOOL RECORD to WIN it with a vault of 7'0. Isabella Kiser was awarded a MEDAL for winning the Pole Vault. Isabella Kiser will also be awarded a Watermelon for breaking the school. Northside Freshman Julia Mocarski finished in second place with a vault of 6'0. Northside Senior Kristin Wojcik finished in third place with a vault of 5'6. Northside Sophomore Nicole Parisian finished in fourth place with a vault of 4'6.

 In the Long Jump, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier won it with a jump of 14'08. Aliyah Jervier was awarded a MEDAL for winning the Long Jump. Northside Senior Deja Lindsey finished in second place with a jump of 13'09.50. Northside Freshman Fiona Casey finished in third place with a jump of 12'08.50.

 In the Triple Jump, Northside Senior Deja Lindsey won it with a jump of 34'03. Deja Lindsey was awarded a MEDAL for winning the Triple Jump. Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier finished in second place with a jump of 32'10.

 In the High Jump, Northside Junior Eniya Westmoreland won it with a leap of 4'4. Eniya Westmoreland was awarded a MEDAL for winning the High Jump.

 In the Shot Put, Northside Senior Isabella Chojnacki finished in SECOND place with a throw of 20'03. Northside Sophomore Maddie Schwartz finished in THIRD place with a throw of 19'03.

 In the Discus, Northside Sophomore Maddie Schwartz finished in fifth place with a throw of 47'0.

 In the 3200m run, Northside Junior Madison Weatherly won it with an official time of 11:58.11.

 In the 4x100m Relay, Northside Junior Eniya Westmoreland, Sophomore Jessica Anyaso, Freshman Kate Chu, and Elizabeth Auta combined for a SECOND place finish with an official time of 58.42.

 In the 4x800m Relay, Northside WON it with an official time of 11:16.68. Northside Freshman Fiona Casey ran the first leg of the relay with a 2:43.16 800m split, and made an exchange to Sophomore Violet Sackett. Violet Sackett ran the second leg of the relay with a 2:50.83 800m split, and made a good exchange to Freshman Vivekae Kim. Vivekae Kim ran an 800m split of 2:56.22 on the third leg of the relay, and made a nice exchange to Freshman Anna Pasek. Anna Pasek anchored the Mustangs to FIRST PLACE with a 2:46.40 800m split for an official time of 11:16.68. Fiona Casey, Violet Sackett, Vivekae Kim, and Anna Pasek were awarded MEDALS for winning the 4x800m Relay. Taft finished in second place with an official time of 12:20.96. Solorio Academy finished in third place with an official time of 12:49.04. Von Steuben finished in fourth place with an official time of 13:12.03.

 In the 100m Hurdles, Northside Junior Michelle Chojnacki finished in first place with an official time of 18.58. Northside Junior Eniya Westmoreland finished in second place with an official time of 23.91.

 In the 100m Dash, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier won it with an official time of 13.44. Northside Sophomore Jessica Anyaso finished in fourth place with an official time of 14.71. Northside Sophomore Michelle Chan ran a personal best time of 16.95. Northside Sophomore Jessica Olejnik ran a personal best time of 17.21. Northside Sophomore Joanna Byrne ran an outstanding time of 17.27



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Elizabeth O'Conor, Caroline Owens, Maddie Schwartz, and Sylvia Balata finish 1-2-3-4 in the 800m run at the Eric Nelson Classic!!!

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 In the 800m run, Northside Junior Elizabeth O'Conor won it with an official time of 2:32.21. Elizabeth O'Conor was awarded a MEDAL for winning the 800m run. Elizabeth O'Conor, along with Caroline Owens, Sarah Parks, and Madison Weatherly, will attempt to break the school record in the 4x800m Relay at the St. Viator Invitational on Saturday, April 5, 2014. After the 4x800m Relay, O'Conor will attempt to win the open 800m run at the St. Viator Invitational. O'Conor will be going for wins in both events in the same meet. Northside Junior Caroline Owens finished in SECOND place with an official time of 2:34.47. Northside Sophomore Maddie Schwartz finished in THIRD place with an official time of 2:53.54. Northside Freshman Sylvia Balata finished in FOURTH place with an official time of 2:54.47. Taft Senior Sarah Clinard finished in fifth place with an official time of 3:07.53. Taft Junior Isabelle Eiden finished in sixth place to complete the scoring with an official time of 3:11.95.

 The 4x200m Relay is named after IHSA State Qualifiers Senior Aliyah Jervier, Senior Deja Lindsey, Junior Michelle Chojnacki, and Senior Kristin Wojcik. With three Seniors on the Relay, this would be the last time they would run together at the Eric Nelson Track & Field Classic.

 In the 4x200m Relay, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier, Senior Deja Lindsey, Junior Michelle Chojnacki, and Senior Kristin Wojcik combined for an official time of 1:58.25 to WIN the 4x200m Relay. Aliyah Jervier, Deja Lindsey, Michelle Chojnacki, and Kristin Wojcik were awarded Plaques and Medals for winning the 4x200m Relay. Taft finished in second place with an official time of 1:58.45. Solorio finished in third place with an official time of 2:38.96.

 In the 400m Dash, Northside Junior Sarah Parks WON it with an official time of 63.46. Freshman Julia Mocarski finished in THIRD place with an official time of 73.77. Freshman Michelle Chan ran a personal best time of 89.30.

After the 400m Dash, the remaining events were canceled due to darkness.   

 



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Tuesday, April 1
VARSITY POINTS TOTALS

NORTHSIDE VARSITY POINTS SCORED AT ERIC NELSON TRACK & FIELD CLASSIC 

1. Aliyah Jervier                              30.50

2. Deja Lindsey                               20.50

3. Eniya Westmoreland                   20.00 

4. Maddie Schwartz                        14.00

4. Julia Mocarski                            14.00 

5. Michelle Chojnacki                    12.50  

6. Madison Weatherly                    10.00

6. Elizabeth O'Conor                      10.00

6. Isabella Kiser                              10.00 

6. Sarah Parks                                 10.00

7. Kristin Wojcik                              8.50

7. Fiona Casey                                  8.50

8. Isabella Chojnacki                        8.00

8. Caroline Owens                            8.00

9. Jessica Anyaso                             6.00

10. Nicole Parisian                          4.00

10. Sylvia Balata                             4.00

11. Violet Sackett                            2.50

11. Vivekae Kim                             2.50

11. Anna Pasek                               2.50

12. Kate Chu                                  2.00

12. Elizabeth Auta                         2.00 

 

Every point scored is vital to the success of the TEAM. The outcome of a Championship meet has come down to a single point on several occassions.

 

NORTHSIDE VARSITY POINTS SCORED TOTALS (6 VARSITY MEETS) 

1. Aliyah Jervier                               81.50 

2. Deja Lindsey                                76.50

3. Madison Weatherly                      57.00 

4. Elizabeth O'Conor                        43.125  

5. Caroline Owens                            37.75   

6. Michelle Chojnacki                      37.50

7. Julia Mocarski                              25.75  

8. Eniya Westmoreland                    25.25 

9. Maddie Schwartz                         23.00   

10. Fiona Casey                               21.625  

11. Sarah Parks                                21.375 

12. Violet Sackett                             20.50

13. Isabella Kiser                             19.25  

14. Isabella Chojnacki                      14.00   

15. Mary Coomes                             12.00     

16. Anna Pasek                                 11.62  

17. Katie O'Rourke                            9.50 

18. Jessica Anyaso                            8.50  

18. Kristin Wojcik                             8.50    

19. Elizabeth Auta                             6.75   

20. Eve Houser                                  5.00 

21. Vivekae Kim                                4.50  

21. Kate Chu                                      4.50 

22. Sylvia Balata                                4.00 

22. Audrey Konow                             4.00

22. Nicole Parisian                             4.00  

 

The athletes listed above have earned a VARSITY LETTER by scoring a Varsity point in a Varsity meet. 



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Sunday, March 23
4x800m Relay WINS Indoor City Title! Madison Weatherly BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD in 1600m with a 5:25.40! Northside Girls finish THIRD in Chicago!

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 On Sunday, March 23, 2014, the Northside Varsity Womens Varsity Track & Field Team traveled to Proviso West High School in Hillside, Illinois for the 2014 Indoor City Championships.

 Proviso West High School features an athlete friendly atmosphere, upper deck seating, 200m Indoor Track and has been the host to numerous local Championship meets.

 Chicago Brooks won the 2014 Indoor Chicago Public League Championships with 85 points. Brooks competed outstanding throughout the meet, and also had great sportsmanship.

 Westinghouse finished in second place with 55 points. Northside College Prep finished in THIRD place with 47.50 points and posted victories over: 4. Mather (46 points), 5. Simeon (42.50 points), 6. North Lawndale (31.50 points), 7. Walter Payton (30 points), 8. Kenwood (27.50 Points), 9. Johnson College Prep (24 Points), 10. Dunbar (19 Points), 11. Prespectives Charter (16 points), and 12. Whitney Young (10 points). 

 Northside had a record of 9-2 on the day! This was a very special meet for the Mustangs, all of the Northside athletes made the most of the opportunity to compete in the 2014 Indoor City Championships.

 The Team was honored in practice on Monday for their fine performance at the 2014 Indoor City Championships. Local elementary school students decorated the Northside gymnasium hallway with posters honoring the Northside Varsity Women Track & Field Team.

 Individual events and relays were scored on the following points scale: 10-8-6-4-2-1.

 In the High Jump, Northside Senior Deja Lindsey finished in fourth place with a leap of 4'6.

 In the Long Jump, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier finished in sixth place to complete the scoring with a jump of 14'7.

 In the Triple Jump, Northside Senior Deja Lindsey finished in SECOND place with a jump of 34'0.

 In the Shot Put, Northside Senior Isabella Chojnacki finished in sixth place to complete the scoring with a throw of 23'5. 



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Elizabeth O'Conor, Caroline Owens, Sarah Parks, and Madison Weatherly BREAK SCHOOL RECORD to WIN 4x800m Relay at Indoor City Championships!

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In the 4x800m Relay, Northside BROKE THE SCHOOL RECORD to WIN the 4x800m Relay with an official time of 10:24.64. Northside Juniors Elizabeth O'Conor, Caroline Owens, Sarah Parks, and Madison Weatherly were honored in practice on monday and awarded Watermelons for breaking the school record in the 4x800m Relay. Elizabeth O'Conor, Caroline Owens, Sarah Parks, and Madison Weatherly were also awarded MEDALS for winning the Indoor City Title in the 4x800m Relay. Kenwood finished in second place with an official time of 10:51.33. Mather finished in third place with an official time of 10:58.10. Walter Payton finished in fourth place with an official time of 11:06.35. Westinghouse finished in fifth place with an official time of 11:15.90. Brooks finished in sixth place to complete the scoring with an official time of 11:23.51. Northside also came within 22 seconds of the qualifying time (10:02) for the Indoor State Championships. All four members of the Northside 4x800m Relay are Juniors and will be in a good position to qualify for the Indoor State Championships in 2015.

 On the first leg of the 4x800m Relay, Northside Junior Elizabeth O'Conor ran the first 200m in 34 seconds, and then ran the next 400m in 39 seconds for a 400m split of 73 seconds. Elizabeth O'Conor then ran the next 200m in 41 seconds for a 600m split of 1:54. Elizabeth O'Conor then ran the final 200m in a NEGATIVE split of 38 seconds for an outstanding 800m split of 2:32.92 (73 / 79 400m splits), and made a nice exchange to Caroline Owens.

 On the second leg of the 4x800m Relay, Northside Junior Caroline Owens ran the first 200m in 38 seconds, and then ran the next 200m in an EVEN split of 38 seconds for a 400m split of 76 seconds. Caroline Owens then ran the next 200m in 39 seconds for a 600m split of 1:55. Caroline Owens then ran the final 200m in an EVEN split of 39 seconds for an outstanding 800m split of 2:34.34 (76 / 78 400m splits), and made a perfect exchange to Sarah Parks.

 On the third leg of the 4x800m Relay, Northside Junior Sarah Parks ran the first 200m in 39 seconds, and then ran the next 200m in 41 seconds for a 400m split of 80 seconds. Sarah Parks then ran the next 200m in 45 seconds for a 600m split of 2:05. Sarah Parks then ran the final 200m in a NEGATIVE split of 38 seconds for an 800m split of 2:43.81 (80, 83 400m splits), and made a nice exchange to Madison Weatherly.

 Northside Captain Madison Weatherly anchored the Mustangs 4x800m Relay by running the first 200m in 36 seconds, and then ran the next 200m in 39 seconds for a 400m split of 75 seconds. Madison Weatherly then ran the next 200m in 40 seconds for a 600m split of 1:55. Junior Madison Weatherly then ran the final 200m in a NEGATIVE split of 37 seconds for an outstanding 800m split of 2:32.70 (75 / 77 400m splits) to anchor the Mustangs to FIRST PLACE, and a NEW SCHOOL RECORD with an official time of 10:24.64.

Chicagoland Preps Interview of MADISON WEATHERLY:

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Sarah Parks

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Eniya Westmoreland
Eniya Westmoreland finishes in sixth place in the 55m High Hurdles! Violet Sackett finishes THIRD in the 3200m run!

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Violet Sackett

In the 55m Hurdles, Northside Junior Eniya Westmoreland secured vital points for the Mustangs by finishing in sixth place to complete the scoring with an outstanding time of 10.56. Eniya Westmoreland earned All City Honors by finishing in the Top 6 in Chicago! 

 In the 3200m run, Mather Freshman Yarely Robledo won it with an official time of 12:25.05. Walter Payton Junior Samatha Foster finished in second place with an official time of 12:43.93. Northside Sophomore Violet Sackett dropped 14 seconds (13:23.56) to finish in THIRD place with a season best time of 13:09.34. It was also Vioklet Sackett fastest indoor 3200m run time of her high school athletic career. Violet Sackett ran the first mile in 6:13, and then ran the final mile in 6:56 for an official time of 13:09.34. Violet Sackett was awarded a MEDAL for finishing in THIRD place overall. Brooks Samaya Lewis finished in fourth place with an official time of 13:41.28. Whitney Young Junior Sophia Traven finished in fifth place with an official time of 13:49.03.

 Northside Sophomore Maddie Schwartz had not attended a Northside Track meet since February 28, and had missed practice the three days leading up to the Indoor City Championships. The Northside Coaching Staff did not know if she would be running until she arrived at the Team bus on the morning of the Indoor City Championships. 

 Maddie Schwartz ran the first mile in 6:30, and then ran the final mile in 7:25 for an official time of 13:55.42. Chicago Simeon Gabrielle Scott finished next with an official time of 14:07.90. Kenwood Junior Maria Wolfe finished with an official time of 14:55.92. Whitney Young Freshman Zhixin Shou finished next with an official time of 15:54.01.



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Maddie Schwartz

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Madison Weatherly WINS Indoor City Title in the 1600m run with a 5:25.40! Sarah Parks anchors 4x400m Relay with an outstanding 64.21!

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Anna Pasek

 In the 55m Dash, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier finished in tenth place with an outstanding time of 7.86. Northside Sophomore Jessica Anyaso ran an outstanding time of 8.20.

 In the 800m run, Northside Sophomore Audrey Konow ran a courageous race for the Mustangs. Audrey Konow ran the first 200m in 37 seconds, and then ran the next 200m in 41 seconds for a 600m split of 78 seconds. Audrey Konow ran the next 200m in 43 seconds for a 600m split of 2:01. Audrey Konow ran the final 200m in 44 seconds to finish in fourth place and secure vital points for the Mustangs with an official time of 2:45.68. Audrey Konow earned All City Honors by placing in the Top 6 in Chicago.

 In the 4x200m Relay, Northside Senior Aliyah Jervier ran an impressive 200m split of 28.63, and made a nice exchange to Deja Lindsey. Northside Senior Deja Lindsey ran an outstanding 200m split of 28.85, and made a perfect exchange to Eniya Westmoreland. Northside Junior Eniya Westmoreland ran great, but had trouble making the exchange to Elizabeth Auta, and ran a 200m split of 32.44. Northside Freshman Elizabeth Auta dropped the baton on the exchange from Westmoreland, but alertly picked it right back up, and anchored the Mustangs to tenth place with a 33.70 200m split for an official time of 2:04.36.

 In the 400m Dash, Northside Junior Elizabeth O'Conor finished in sixth place to complete the scoring with an outstanding time of 67.67.

 In the 1600m run, Northside Junior Madison Weatherly BROKE THE SCHOOL RECORD to WIN it with an official time of 5:25.40. Madison Weatherly ran the first 400m in 76 seconds, and then ran the next 400m in 83 seconds for an 800m split of 2:39. Madison Weatherly then ran the next 400m in 84 seconds for a 1200m split of 4:03. Madison Weatherly then ran the final 400m in a NEGATIVE split of 82 seconds for a personal best time of 5:25.40. Madison Weatherly was awarded a MEDAL for winning the Indoor City Title. Madison Weatherly was honored in practice on Monday and awarded a Watermelon for breaking the school record in the 1600m run. It was the greatest performance in the 1600m run in the history of Northside!

 In the 200m Dash, Northside Sophomore Audrey Konow was scratched from the event due an injury in the 800m run.

 In the 4x400m Relay, Northside Junior Elizabeth O'Conor ran the first leg of the relay in 66.96 seconds, and made a nice exchange to Freshman Fiona Casey. Fionca Casey ran an outstanding 400m split of 69.33 seconds, and made a good exchange to Freshman Anna Pasek. Anna Pasek ran impressive 400m split of 68.46 seconds, and made a nice exchange to Sarah Parks. Sarah Parks anchored the Mustangs with an outstanding 400m split of 64.21 seconds to finish tied for fifth place with North Lawndale with an official time of 4:27.71.



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Fiona Casey

Sunday, March 23
VARSITY POINTS TOTALS

NORTHSIDE VARSITY POINTS SCORED AT INDOOR CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS 

1. Madison Weatherly                   12.50

2. Deja Lindsey                               12.00

3. Violet Sackett                               6.00

4. Audrey Konow                           4.00

5. Elizabeth O'Conor                       3.875

6. Sarah Parks                                  2.875

7. Caroline Owens                           2.50

8. Aliyah Jervier                              1.00

8. Isabella Chojnacki                      1.00

8. Eniya Westmoreland                  1.00

9. Anna Pasek                                 0.375

9. Fiona Casey                                0.375  

 

Every point scored is vital to the success of the TEAM. The outcome of a Championship meet has come down to a single point on several occassions.

 

NORTHSIDE VARSITY POINTS SCORED TOTALS (5 VARSITY MEETS) 

1. Deja Lindsey                                56.00

2. Aliyah Jervier                               51.00

3. Madison Weatherly                     47.00 

4. Elizabeth O'Conor                         33.125  

5. Caroline Owens                             29.75   

6. Michelle Chojnacki                      25.00 

7. Violet Sackett                                18.00

8. Fiona Casey                                   13.125  

9. Mary Coomes                                12.00

10. Julia Mocarski                             11.75  

11. Sarah Parks                                  11.375 

12. Katie O'Rourke                            9.50

13. Isabella Kiser                               9.25 

14. Anna Pasek                                 9.12  

15. Maddie Schwartz                        9.00    

16. Isabella Chojnacki                      6.00 

17. Eve Houser                                  5.00 

18. Eniya Westmoreland                  5.25

19. Elizabeth Auta                             4.75  

20. Audrey Konow                           4.00 

21. Jessica Anyaso                           2.50 

21. Kate Chu                                      2.50

22. Vivekae Kim                                2.00  

 

The athletes listed above have earned a VARSITY LETTER by scoring a Varsity point in a Varsity meet.