Girls’ HS Track and Field: Century with unfinished business after last year’s WDA runner-up finish

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The Century girls’ track and field team still has a sour taste in their mouth after finishing as the runner-up at last year’s WDA meet.

This year, the Patriots have looked outstanding.

In five meets, they have not finished lower than third. 

On the track, the Pats are lead by the sophomore sprinter Hannah Dschaak.

The senior leaders on the team remember last year’s second place finish and say this time they want to be the champs.

“We’re going for that No. 1 spot like always,” senior 100m hurdler Chloe Lambrecht said, “but we are still trying to go for personal best. Still trying to find better times to enter into state and trying to come together more as a team.”

The WDA track meet was originally scheduled for Friday at 2 p.m., but weather has moved the meet to Saturday.

The field events will start at 2:30 p.m. and the running events at 4:00 p.m.
 

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