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Track and field: Prospect dominates MSL boys, girls indoor meet – Daily Herald

It was a dominating day for Prospect at the Nagel-Saylor Mid-Suburban League indoor track Invitational at North Central College in Naperville Saturday.

The girls’ team lapped the field, scoring 149.5 points to win their side of the meet. The boys’ team was nearly as good, scoring 142 points to win their title as the Knights’ trophy case may need some extra room.

“The boys’ program and the girls’ program, we work real well together,” Prospect girls coach Peter Wintermute said. “We see what everybody does in practice and we are able to come out here in same meet in the same place and cheer for each other. That is awesome.”

Jay Renault, who coaches the Knights’ boys’ team, said it was good to win the titles together.

“It is good to do it together,” Renault said. “We both get to share some success today. “

Daria Tersina was dominant in her own right for the Knights. The senior, who will run next season at Winona State, accounted for 38 points on her own. She won the 55-meter dash (7.40), the 200 (26.37), the triple jump (38 feet, 8.75 inches) and was second in the long jump.

“I am very happy how it went,” Tersina said. “I was charged up about my 55, which I am very happy about.”

Audrey Ginsburg won the 800 in 2:21.17, which was a school record.

        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

 

“We are really excited about how the season is coming together,” Ginsburg said. “It is really rewarding to see the hard work pay off.”

Prospect also won the 4 x 800 relay in 9:44.48 and the 4 x 400 in 4:12.08.

Barrington, which was second with 83 points, was led by Breanne Dunn, who finished first in the 55 hurdles in 8.86. The Fillies’ Scout Storms won the 1,600 in 5:08.71.

Hersey tied for third with 59 points and was led by Anna Harden, who won the 3,200 in 11:29.28 while Becca Caliendo won the shot put with a throw of 39-7.25.

Fremd also had 59 points and was paced by Kiera White, who won the long jump with a leap of 18-4.5.

The Orloro sisters gave Rolling Meadows a nice 1-2 punch in the high jump. Oreoluwa, who is a senior, won the event with a jump of 4-11. She was able to outlast her junior sister Hannah, who also went 4-11, but in more attempts.

        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

 

” I did pretty good today,” said Oreoluwa, who also was second in the hurdles. “My last meet my high was lower. It was cold in that gym, but it is nice in here today.”

Their teammate, Melina Moreno, won the pole vault at 10-feet.

Hoffman Estates’ Ashley Oliver won the 400 in 58.54, while Palatine won the 4 x 200 relay in 1:49.39.

“This is just a special group of girls,” Wintermute said. “They come to practice and work hard. Today they ran for each other and stepped up on the big stage.”

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It was a dominating day for Prospect at the Nagel-Saylor Mid-Suburban League indoor track Invitational at North Central College in Naperville Saturday.

The girls’ team lapped the field, scoring 149.5 points to win their side of the meet. The boys’ team was nearly as good, scoring 142 points to win their title as the Knights’ trophy case may need some extra room.

“The boys’ program and the girls’ program, we work real well together,” Prospect girls coach Peter Wintermute said. “We see what everybody does in practice and we are able to come out here in same meet in the same place and c…….

It was a dominating day for Prospect at the Nagel-Saylor Mid-Suburban League indoor track Invitational at North Central College in Naperville Saturday.

The girls’ team lapped the field, scoring 149.5 points to win their side of the meet. The boys’ team was nearly as good, scoring 142 points to win their title as the Knights’ trophy case may need some extra room.

“The boys’ program and the girls’ program, we work real well together,” Prospect girls coach Peter Wintermute said. “We see what everybody does in practice and we are able to come out here in same meet in the same place and c…….

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