Girls Track & Field
2021 Season Preview
Girls track team is looking to have another great season in 2021! While the team is a young, a good group of seniors and juniors will lead the way.
In the field events, up and coming vaulters Lily Vaught and Sofia Reutebuch will be looking to set new prs. For the high jumpers, junior Elle Hovanec and newcomers Alyssa O’Conner, Alivia Hill, Whitney Meinerding and senior Jazmyn Lawry all will be vying to reach new heights. The throwing team will be anchored by juniors Anne Marie Bryans, Sophie Guerretaz, with Sarah Lezon and Ansley Bishop rounding out the varsity squad. Historically, the long jump has had a great deal of success and the program looks to continue that outstanding tradition with Cate Lehner and Georgia Reed.
The distance squad is led by the talented duo of juniors of Ashley Flick and Lauren Turk, with Kylie Perkins, Adelle Burkhardt and Livia Ianni also looking to continue their race up the track and field top five list. Flick is a returning 2019 state-qualifier in the mile. The sprint squad has a talented nucleus of runners, including returning varsity members Sarah Strodtbeck, Cate Lehner, Carlie Young, Georgia Reed and Josie Origer. Along with freshmen Sophia Ramsay and Kaitie Smith, these young ladies will be looking to anchor the sprinting events and the relays. The hurdle squad is led a group of talented junior hurdlers, including Julia Brown, Tabitha Meinerding and Emma Schiefelbein, who are all looking to drop time after a great off season. They will be joined by young hurdlers Grace Sipe, Natalie Lehner and Claire Lindsey.
The Royals will make a run at the conference championship and state finals berths with the combined talents of the entire team.