BURLINGTON — In an outstanding display of athleticism, Sabine Brueck secured three individual titles at the VPA Indoor Track State Championships held at the University of Vermont on Saturday.
Brueck, a standout performer, clinched first place in the 55m hurdles with a time of 8.83 seconds, sprinted to victory in the 55m dash in 7.383 seconds, and dominated the 300m race, clocking in at 42.43 seconds.
She also earned a respectable second place in the long jump with a leap of 5.04 meters, contributing significantly to her team’s overall score.
The girls’ team, with Brueck’s remarkable achievements, finished 5th in the championship.
Other notable performances came from Morgan Shaffer, who placed 8th in the high jump with a height of 1.40 meters, and Dylan Carr, who finished 10th in the 1000m with a time of 3:38.21.
Myrah Kearse added to the team’s points tally with a 12th place finish in the long jump, reaching a distance of 4.14 meters.
In the relays, the girls’ teams showed strong efforts, placing 5th in the 4x800m, 6th in the 4x200m, and another 5th in the 4x400m, showcasing the depth and talent of the team across various events.
On the boys’ side, the team finished 9th overall.
AJ Esposito put forth a commendable performance in the 3000m, securing 6th place with a time of 9:58.36.
Koyle Dennis also made his presence known, finishing 8th in the 300m with a time of 38.73 seconds.
The boys’ relay teams showed competitive spirit, landing 4th in the 4x800m, 6th in the 4x200m, and 7th in the 4x400m, demonstrating teamwork and endurance throughout the championship.