2017 Northern Indiana Conference Girls’ Track and Field Team

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NIC Girls’ Track & Field – May 9, 2017 at Elkhart Central

Top 3 places earn All-NIC honors
3200 Relay
1 Penn 9:45.29
Jemmia Pennix Elli Mott
Lorena Daugherty Ashleigh Macleod
2 Elkhart Central 10:15.39
Lauren Dibley Hadley Malloy
Antonia Hiland Emma Romero
3 Marian 10:21.04
Maddy McTigue Hannah Stein
Hannah Majewski Emma Kearns
100 Hurdles
1 Joselyn Mwenifumbo SB Adams :15.66
2 Lizzie Kampf New Prairie :16.83
3 Rylin Bagarus Mishawaka :17.34
1 Paishence Johnson Mishawaka :12.83
2 Carlondrea Petty Marian :13.38
2 Lauraine Davidson Washington :13.38
1 Lauren Frank Penn 5:18.96
2 Lauren Bryant Marian 5:22.37
3 Lorena Daugherty Penn 5:32.10
400 Relay
1 Washington :50.95
Tanasia Jefferies Lauraine Davidson
Deana Griffin Claire Pittman
2 Adams :51.28
Jessiyah Lottie Joselyn Mwenifumbo
Ryanna Latender Ally Mihut
3 Penn :51.72
Nora Shahin Elizabeth Jenkins
Emma Daggy Kelsi Carrico
1 Jemmia Pennix Penn :58.95
2 Paishence Johnson Mishawaka :59.70
3 Alayna SB Riley 1:02.40
300 Hurdles
1 Megan Darr Penn :47.18
2 Lizzie Kampf New Prairie :48.69
3 Joselyn Mwenifumbo SB Adams :48.94
1 Jessiyah Lottie SB Adams :26.81
2 Claire Pittman SB Washington :26.86
3 Kelsi Carrico Penn :27.45
1 Ashleigh Macleod Penn 2:21.19
2 Emma Kearns Marian 2:27.66
3 Bre Enyeart Penn 2:28.99
1 Lauren Frank Penn 11:47.19
2 Ellie Jankowski Penn 12:07.96
3 Rose Coman SB Riley 12:12.86
1600 Relay
1 Penn 4:06.18
Megan Darr Jemmia Pennix
Kelsi Carrico Ashleigh MacLoed
2 Marian 4:12.23
Claire Fewell Carlondrea Petty
Hannah Majewski Chloe Lentych
3 Elkhart Central 4:13.92
Brianna Jones Tylar Roberson
Lauren Kollat Jayda Miller
High Jump
1 Mayah Knowlton SB Adams 5’3″
2 Tylar Roberson Elk. Central 5’2″
3 Brynne Elick SB Riley 4’10”
1 Madison Coffel Bremen 117′ 6″
2 Cameron Schultheis Mishawaka 105′ 1″
3 Jordan Ware Elk. Central 104′ 10″
Pole Vault
1 Mary Costello Marian 11′ 0″
2 Amanda George Penn 10′ 0″
2 Belle Beeson Bremen 9′ 6″
Long Jump
1 Joselyn Mwenifumbo SB Adams 16′ 10″
2 Claire Pittman SB Washington 16′ 4″
3 Tylar Roberson Elk. Central 15′ 8″
Shot Put
1 Jordan Ware Elk. Central 35′ 5.5″
2 Cameron Schultheis Mishawaka 33′ 8″
3 Brittney Hosler Mishawaka 33′ 6″
NIC MVP Joselyn Mwenifumbo SB Adams
NIC COY Crystal Davis Elkhart Central
NIC Standings
2-Elk. Central
4-SB Adams
8-New Prairie
9-SB Riley
10-Saint Joseph
11-SB Clay
12-John Glenn

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