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Girls track: Irish second at JV SSC championships

With the Rosemount girls track and field varsity team taking some time away from competition, the Irish girls JV team got their time in the spotlight last week.

Some of the athletes might be getting their chance with the varsity after their performances in last week's JV championships.

Rosemount finished second as a team and had several strong finishes from individuals.

"There were great performances at the meet," Irish coach Sara Hatleli said. "We were really proud of our athletes. Some of the girls earned a spot on varsity because of their performances. The JV athletes ended their season on a high note."

The Irish won four individual events.

Rosemount's Renae Otto won the 100-meter hurdles with teammate Brianna Glaus taking third and Jan Elliott finishing second.

Taylor Rambo won the 1,600 with the Irish's Emily Davis following in second place and Lizzie Thooft in fourth.

In the 200, Kaitlyn Kleiber crossed the line first and Javonna Johnson finished fifth.

Ashley Comstock then the 3,200 with Taybri Irving right behind her teammate in second. Chloe Schurb was fifth.

The Irish started the meet with a second-place finish in the 4x800 with Sydney Narloch, Kleiber, Thooft and Schurb teaming up.

The 4x200 team was second, while the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams finished third.

Kaitlyn DeBaun was second in the 100 with Johnson placing fifth.

Glaus added a runner-up finish in the 300 hurdles.

Elaine Gillis was fourth in the shot put, while Monique Rothlisberger finished fifth in the discus.

Kelly Rowe placed fifth in the pole vault.

Rosemount placed three in the top five of the triple jump with Claire Judeh taking second, Hannah Halterman in third and Kalley McMenomy in fifth.

Halterman finished fifth in the long jump.