Some new, old faces dot BCR Honor Roll
There’s a lot of familiar names dotting the first installment of the BCR Track and Field Honors. Some of those faces are in new places, like Princeton’s Zoe Mead.
Known more for her distance running, the PHS junior stands atop the 200, 400 and 800 meters. She’s been on the fast track, breaking records along the way. When you beat a Rebekah Faber record (Princeton Invite 800 meters, 2:22.07, like coach Pat Hodge said, that’s doing something.
There’s also just some new faces like freshmen Zoe Postula, who heads up the 100 hurdles (18.31), and John Barnes, who leads the boys’ discus (141-3), of St. Bede, and Tanja Acamovic of Hall, who sits in the pole position in the girls’ 300 hurdles (52.74).
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