Girls Winter Track: Verona Takes Second at SEC Championship


STATEN ISLAND, NY - The Verona Girls Track & Field Team took second place out of 15 teams at the SEC Championships at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex in Staten Island on Friday. 

This year the program included two new events, the Novice Sprint Medley and Novice Distance Medley,which were both won by Verona.  The complete results are below.

Varsity Results

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Second Place Performances

400m: Kate Ashley: 61.3

3200m: Karishma Parekh: 13:43

Pole-Vault: Lily Benanchietti: 8’0”

High-Jump: Alex Holland:  4’8”

4 x 400m Relay: Olivia Fiore, Brianna Rigney, Kathleen Nagy & Kate Ashley    4:24


Third Place Performances

Shot-Put: Alex Holland: 25’7”


Fourth Place Performances

800m: Kate Ashley: 2:34

1600m: Bridget O’Donnell: 6:10

3200m: Karina Squilanti: 14:28


Fifth Place Performances

800m: Brianna Rigney: 2:38


Sixth Place Performances

800m: Kathleen Nagy: 2:42


Novice Race Results

Novice Sprint Medley: First Place

Olivia Vogel, Rebecca Siclari, Lara Tole & Clara Frizzi  4:59

Novice Distance Medley: First Place

Gabri Montagna,Olivia Vogel, Clara Frizzi & Arianna Tietjen 15:39

All photos by Chuck Lavery.

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