Tallawah Track Athletes Shine Bright at St. Louis Blue Invitational

The Tallawah Track Club’s youngest athletes showcased their speed, agility, and determination at the recent St. Louis Blue Invitational track meet, setting the stage for an exciting season ahead. Despite their tender ages of 10 and under, these budding athletes displayed remarkable talent and promising potential in various events, leaving spectators in awe and anticipation for what’s to come.

Girls’ Division:

Priya Haar, a name to remember, electrified the track with her lightning-fast sprints. Clocking in at 21.86 seconds in the 100m dash and 45.07 seconds in the 200m dash, Haar’s speed and agility were simply unparalleled. Not stopping there, she soared through the air in the long jump, achieving an impressive distance of 6 feet 1 inch.

Cadyn Turntine showcased her versatility, excelling in both sprinting and jumping events. With a time of 37.78 seconds in the 200m dash and a long jump spanning 9 feet 1 inch, Ellie Gallo dash to 44.65 in the 200m with is a few seconds off her indoor personal best.

Hazel Wright exhibited her prowess in the high jump, clearing an impressive height of 3 feet 4 inches. Meanwhile, Selena Scott impressed in the long jump, reaching a remarkable distance of 8 feet 2 inches.

Boys’ Division:

In the boys’ division, Lincoln Scott demonstrated his speed in both the 100m and 200m dashes, clocking in at 29.00 seconds and 59.84 seconds, respectively. His determination and drive were evident as he powered through each stride.

Lachlan Trokey proved himself to be a formidable competitor, dominating the 100m dash with a time of 17.69 seconds and showcasing his agility in the 200m dash with a time of 38.62 seconds. Additionally, his long jump of 8 feet 7 inches added to his impressive performance on the day.

Max Cooper displayed sheer speed and determination, sprinting through the 100m dash in 15.91 seconds and the 200m dash in 31.62 seconds, showcasing his potential for greatness on the track.

However, it was Roman Morningstar who stole the spotlight with his remarkable performance in the 800m run. With a time of 2 minutes and 38.87 seconds, Morningstar’s endurance and stamina were on full display as he conquered the grueling distance race with finesse and determination.

Overall, the Tallawah Track Club’s young athletes set the stage for an exhilarating season ahead. With their talent, dedication, and unwavering spirit, these budding stars are poised to achieve greatness in the world of track and field.

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