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Indoor track girls rewrite Caz record book

Laker squad breaks ten records in three meets

Paige Biviano, shown above competing at last spring’s NYS Championship Meet, has set three school records for Cazenovia this season, setting new marks in the high jump, long jump and 55 meter hurdles as she has led the Lakers to wins in their first five invitational meets.

Paige Biviano, shown above competing at last spring’s NYS Championship Meet, has set three school records for Cazenovia this season, setting new marks in the high jump, long jump and 55 meter hurdles as she has led the Lakers to wins in their first five invitational meets. Kurt Wheeler

Ashley Winn was a triple winner for Cazenovia as she set new records in the 55 meter dash (7.50) and 200 meter dash (26.41) — both tops in the section — and won the 400 in 1:02.18.

Jeanette Cudney set a new mark in the 3000 meter as she won in 11:13.09. She also led the Lakers to victory in the 800 as she partnered with Rae Tobey.

Caroline Marshall was a double winner in the 600 (1:45.16) and 1000 (3:13.48) as she partnered with Megan Stanford for victory in both events. Jill Vogl dominated the 300 meter dash in 42.74, the fastest in Central New York this season.

The Lakers closed out their flurry of record performances on Jan. 6 as they won the second Partner Relay meet, topping the 12 team field with a 141 point total, outdistancing second place RFA by 46 points. Paige Biviano opened the meet with another record run in the hurdles in 9.08 seconds. She followed up with an exceptional 5-4 leap in the high jump to break a decade-old record in that event and also won the long jump with a 15-8 effort.

Ashley Winn won three events for the Lakers as she won the 55 dash in 7.59 and the 300 in 42.94 before setting a new school record in the 500 meter run in 1:30.13. Caroline Marshall set her second record of the season as she clocked a 2:26.62 in the 800 run. Freshman Grace Milmoe partnered with Winn in the 500 (1:30.75) and Marshall in the 800 for the two team wins.

Jill Vogl was a double winner for the Lakers as she captured the 200 in 27.11 (No. 2 in Section III) and the 400 in 1:04.04. Jeanette Cudney won the 600 (1:46.43) with Maureen Milmoe (1:49.03) and partnered with Caroline Marshall for the team win in the 1000.

The undefeated Lakers will race twice this week in regular season meets before preparing to defend their league and sectional titles in February.

Kurt Wheeler coaches the Cazenovia girls varsity indoor track team. He can be reached at 655-1314 or kwheeler@post.harvard.edu.

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