The Kellenberg Girls Sprint Medley Relay team won the Millrose Games Trials Sprint Medley Relay event. This qualifies the team to compete in the Millrose Games on Feb. 14 of this year. The squad’s winning time of 4:07.78 is currently the third fastest time in the U.S. this year behind Rush-Henrietta H.S. and Oak Park Michigan H.S. Pictured here from left to right are Coach Martin Brown, seniors Keryann Ladoceur, Bridget McNierney, Jazmine Fray, world renown track and field announcer Ian Brooks, and junior Gabriella Schreib.
But perhaps the most exciting race of the evening was the CHSAA Girls 1,600m Sprint Medley. Only two teams were ever in contention for the win – Kellenberg and St. Anthony’s, as both squads held steady over nearly even splits of about 60 seconds for the 400m leg and 26 seconds for the first 200m leg. On the third leg, St. Anthony’s broke it open, splitting 25.2 over Kellenberg’s 27.0. But in the 1,600 Sprint Medley, it’s all about who’s running the 800. St. Anthony’s anchor split a respectable 2:18.4, but it was not nearly enough to hold off Kellenberg’s Jasmine Fray, who split 2:13.02 to lead her squad to US #2 4:07.78.
Senior Jazmine Fray was interviewed after the race by RunnerSpace.com. You can find her interview on their website at the following link: