Louisa County girls win Jefferson District indoor track title

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Louisa County’s girls indoor track team got a huge performance from Dahja Price to help spark the Lions to a team title at Saturday’s Jefferson District indoor track and field championships.


Price won the 55-meter dash, the high jump and the long jump while also taking second in the 55-meter hurdles. The Lions also won the 4×200 relay, the runner-up spot in the 4×400 and third in the 4×800.


Cierra Caicedo won the 3200 meters and took second in the 1600 while Dezmajia won the triple jump. Susan Frierson took second in the triple jump and Diymond Brooks took second in the long jump.


Albemarle’s squad finished as the runner-up as a team with a strong relay performance setting the pace. The Patriots won the 4×400 and finished as the runner-up in the 4×200 and 4×800. The Patriots also stacked up four other individual titles, with Madison Root winning the 300, Madeline St. Armand winning the 500, Elynore Zarzyski winning the 1000 and Arianna DeBoer winning the 1600. Sarah Leach finished as the runner-up in the 3200 while Madeline Zarzyski was third in the 1600 and Zhaire Roeberson took third in the 500.


Charlottesville finished third as a team with 54 points. Susannah Birle notched runner-up finishes for the Black Knights in the 300 and 55 meters while Kika Van der Plujim took second in the 1000. Aliyah Cobbs took third in the shot put and the Black Knights took third as a team in the 4×200.


Western Albemarle got a strong all-around performance from Kate de Jong, who took second in the high jump, third in the triple jump, third in the 55 meter hurdles and fifth in the long jump. Elizabeth Davis took third in the 300 while ate Ratcliffe took third in the 1000 while Reagan Burton took second in the pole vault.


Fluvanna’s girls squad took third in the 4×400 while Kieri Hart took second in the 500. Fluvanna’s Ashlee Pieno and Amina Wilson tied for third in pole vault


Monticello’s girls won the 4×800 and got a second place from Makyayla Butler in the shot put and a third from Maria Vizcaino in the 3200.


Orange County’s girls got a big boost from Hannah Snodgrass winning the 55 hurdles and taking fourth in the high jump. Jada Reeves took second in the high jump while the Hornets’ Jasmine Tompkins won the shot put.


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