DRYDEN — The Dryden girls’ track team generated a second-place finish among small division schools last Friday at the Shake Off the Rust Invitational in Davison.
Olivia Stickler, 100 (13.36 seconds) and 400 (1:03.81) dashes; and Sophia Peter, 300-meter hurdles, 52.2 seconds; led Dryden with individual event firsts.
The Dryden 800 (Delaney Wolle, Keira Miller, Peter and Stickler) and 1600 (Wolle, Peter, Miller and Stickler) relays also prevailed. They were timed in 1:55.96 and 4:32.88, respectively.
Miller, long jump, 13 feet 4 3/4 inches; collected a second for Dryden.
Peter, 100-meter hurdles, 19.05 seconds; provided Dryden with a third.
The Dryden 400 (Caila Fitchett, Lucia Munoz Rodriguez, Miller and Wolle) and 3200 (Lily Finnigan, Ava DeVlaminck, Cara Prusakiewicz and Audrey Napolitano) relays supplied thirds as well. They were timed in 55.5 seconds and 12:34.91, respectively, en route.
Wolle, 200-meter dash, 29.26 seconds; Munoz Rodriguez, 400 dash, 1:13.01; and Prusakiewicz, 3200-meter run, 15:09.27; contributed Dryden’s fourths.
DeVlaminck, shot put, 28 feet 7 inches; Napolitano, 1600 run, 6:53; and Finnigan, 3200-meter run, 15:30.5; notched Dryden’s fifths.
Dryden received sixths courtesy of DeVlaminck, discus, 75 feet 1 inch; and Prusakiewicz. 1600 run, 7:03.9.
Fitchett, 200-meter dash, 30.92 seconds; Napolitano, 800 run, 3:06.97; and Finnigan, 1600-meter run, 3:06.97; managed Dryden’s sevenths.
Dryden also received an eighth from Munoz Rodriguez, 200 dash, 30.98 seconds.
Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.