Kirton Breaks Chatham Record Winning Bronze in Hurdles at Meet of Champions

Chatham senior Simone Kirton clocked a school-record 8.22 in placing third in the 55-meter hurdles at the Meet of Champions Credits: TAP Chatham

TOMS RIVER, NJ - Simone Kirton broke her own Chatham school record in placing third in the 55-meter hurdles at the girls winter track Meet of Champions held Sunday in the Bennett Center.

The senior had clocked 8.24 in winning the 55 hurdles at the Group 3 state meet and lowered that record to 8.22 in placing third at the Meet of Champions. Lenaami Morton of Camden won the MOC 55-hurdles in 7.94. Union Catholic's Amaya Chadwick was second in 8:07.


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