3200-meter relay: Knoch (Libby Burris, Scott, Robb, McCrea) 10:30
100-meter hurdles: Hannah Rekich (B) 16.2
100-meter dash: Lea Renwick (B) 12.6
1,600-meter run: Tess Crispin (B) 5:56.2
400-meter dash: Kristen Robb (K) 1:04.5
400 meter relay: Knoch (Maria Adler, Huselton, Robb, Hill) 54.1
300-meter hurdles: Hannah Rekich (B) 49.8
800-meter run: t-Abby Herrit (B) and Megan McCrea (K) 2:32.4
200-meter dash: Lea Renwick (B) 27.2
3,200-meter run: Ashley King (B) 12:50
1,600-meter relay: Knoch 4:24.9
High jump: Kendall Butch (B) 5-2
Long jump: Lyndsy Day (B) 16-2.25
Shot put: Amy Achesinski (B) 33-10
Discus: Katherine Sylvia (B) 94-1
Javelin: Maria Baroffio (B) 98-1
Pole vault: Kendall Butch (B) 10-6
Butler - 113 North Hills - 37(Girls)
Butler runs over Shaler...
Butler - 88 North Hills -62
WPIAL's here we come...
Malecky wins 800 meters
Butler's Amanda Malecky won the 800 meters in 2 minutes, 24.30 seconds Saturday during the Tri-State Track Coaches Association's Championship indoor meet at Robert Morris University. The Golden Tornado placed third in the overall team competition with 53 points. Sarah Thiebaud placed second in the triple jump with a leap of 36 feet, 2 inches. Kendall Butch was second in the pole vault at 11-7. Butler's 3,200-meter relay team of Tess Crispin, Amanda Bresnehan, Jess Tomsey and Malecky also placed second. Thiebaud was third in the high jump at 5-2, Emily Chiappini was fourth in the pole vault at 10-1 and Bresnehan was fourth in the 800 at 2:29.0. Butch was sixth in the high jump at 5-0.
Ten Butler athletes qualify for State Indoor Track Championships at Penn State University.
Girls qualifiers include Butch and Chiappini in the pole vault, Malecky in the 800 meters, Thiebaud in the high jump and triple jump and Lea Renwick in the 55 meters.
Off to the State's...
Penn State Indoor Track Championships
Kendall Butch broke the school record with a second place jump of 12’7” at the Penn State Indoor State Championship and is currently ranked as the #5 female high school pole vaulter in the US. She also qualified to participate in the Nike Indoor Track and Field Championships to be held March 12 and 13 in Andover, Maryland. Emily Chiappini placed sixth in the pole vault at the indoor state championship with a vault of 11’0”.
Highlights from past seasons...
Meet record at Gateway
Butler - 131
Gateway - 103
The Tornado Girls won nine events and set a rcord in the 4X300 hurdles in the Gateway Relays. Jillonna Rekich, Kim Molnar, Melanie Buczko and Abby Sedwick set record at 3:16.1
Tri-State Coaches Invitational
Butler - 96
Greensburg Salem - 69
Erie McDowell - 56
Girls Track Tri-State Invitational 5th place Krystal Epps - 3 medals (800M) and two relay events
Dacia Wilson 4th in discus
Carrie Walker 4th in High Jump
Danielle Painter, Heather Spangler, Krystal Epps and Leisal Soergel -3rd in 2 mile relay
Sara Flatt, Laura Forbes, Rachelle Godot and Krystal Epps -3rd in the mile relay
Rachel Farabee - school record 10'6" in Pole Vault
Tornado Girls go to 6-0 vs. Pine Richland
Butler - 137
Pine Richland - 13
Sara Flatt took
4 - 1st place finishes to lead the way. 13 different Butler athletes
taking 1st place finishes in individual events including, Jill
Rekich, Krista Henry, Kim Molar, Danielle Painta, and Sara
Barns in running events, Sarah Rehm, Amanda
Schundi, Carrie Walka and Rachael Farabee in
Jumping events and Carla Murphu and Dacia
Wilson in the Throwing Events. Great jobs Girls