Girls Track 2004 Records
 
 

Class S Girls

1st
All Saints (Breese)
36
2nd Selmaville
35
3rd Trinity St. John (Nashville)
28
 4th Bluford  24
 
Noble 14.5  Creal Springs 14  Egyptian 14  St.Libory 14 North Clay 13  Brookport 10  Woodlawn 9  St.Peter/Paul 8  Wayne City 7.5  New Hope 7  N.Simpson Hill 7  St.Joe 7  Field 6  Geff 5  Norris City 5  Raccoon 5  Rome 5  St.Mary's Centralia 5  Goreville 4  McClellan 4  Unity 4  So.Central 3  Vienna 3  Bethel 2  Central City 2  Joppa 2  St.Theresa 2  Clay City 1  Thompsonville 1  Waltonville 1

Heman of All Saints tied the high jump record of 5-3.

 Mulvany of Selmaville set a new discus record of 104-2

Dean of Noble tied the hurdle record of 17.1


 

Class L Girls

 
1st
Marion 47
2nd
Carbondale
41
3rd
O'Fallon
40.5
4th Pinckneyville
39
 

Benton 31  Centralia 26  Carterville 18  Robinson 17.5  Waterloo 8  Collinsville, Harrisburg, & Olney 6  DuQuoin 5  Nashville 3  Johnston City & Fairfield 2  Carmi, Flora, Highland, & Murphysboro 1   The remaining teams failed to score.

SPENCER of Pinckneyville set new records in the 100(12.09) and 200(25.75) and she also holds the 7th grade 100 meter record of 12.30.

SMITH of Benton set a new record in the 400(59.60) and RILEY OF O'Fallon set a new 1600 meter record(2:14.28).

O'FALLON set a new 1600 meter relay record of 4:17.98.


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