Elmer Runge Classic 31 March
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On March 32st, at the Elmer Runge Invitational at Patrick Henry, Sarah Player served notice she’s back by winning the 100-meter hurdles in school record time of 16.15. She also won the 300-meter hurdles in one of the top times of the season county-wide in 46.32. Immediately afterwards, she came back in the 200-meter dash to win going away in a new school record time of 25.55. She also placed second in the high jump with a jump of 5-l. For all of this, she was named Female Track Athlete of the meet.

In the inaugural Thom Hunt Mile, Privett placed third with a personal record of 5:16.32. The mile is about 10 yards longer than the 1600-meter run, which is the distance usually run in high school. This time converts to a 5:14.5 for the 1,600, one of the top times in the county so far this season. Davies finished 11th in the same race, also with a personal record of 5:41.01, the equivalent to a 5:39 run for 1600 meters.

Scales won her heat of the 100-meter dash in 13.42; Giorgione received her first taste of invitational-level pole vaulting, and cleared 7 feet; Grimes ran 57.37 and 2:14 in the 400 meters and 800 meters respectively; Twomey tripled jumped 38-1 to finish 11th and Brown placed second in both the triple jump and long jump events behind Gary Lee of Hoover, one of the county’s top jumpers.”

Sarah PlayerApril 4, 2007

Sarah Player

Capturing three events at the Elmer Runge Invitational, the Islanders senior was selected the Female Athlete of the Meet. Player won the 100-meter hurdles in 16.15 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 25.55 – both school records – as well as the 300 hurdles in 46.32.



The San Diego Union-Tribune make Sarah one of
their Athletes of the meet in the April 4th issue

Here is a direct link to that page on
the Sign on San Diego site.