Article by Newsday’s NICK KLOPSIS:
Kellenberg hurdlers Katie Cavanaugh and Odrine Belot have a running joke between them: If they were ever to be conjoined into one super-hurdler, they would be unstoppable.
“We know each other’s strengths and weaknesses,” Cavanaugh said. “Odrine has a good stride, I have a good finish, and we both get out to good starts. So if we combined, we’d be like the ultimate hurdler.”
Until there’s a major scientific breakthrough, they’ll have to settle for just being the two best hurdlers in the CHSAA.
Cavanaugh set a meet and school record in the 100-meter hurdles as Kellenberg cruised to its first…
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