The future of the WRA program was on display with 9th grader Makayla Riles stealing the show
The Pioneers traveled to Geneva on Saturday, January 14 to take part in a large invitational at the incredible Spire facility. The future of the WRA program was on display with 9th grader Makayla Riles stealing the show. Riles made the finals in the 60m dash, a truly incredible accomplishment. She also excelled in the long jump and the high jump. Both events took place at the same time, adding to the degree of difficulty because Riles had to run back and forth in between the events. Junior standout sprinter Jada Kenner took 2nd in the 200m, running a blazing 26.0. The girls 4x400 team of Mia Maze-Ingram (10th grade), Jada Kenner (11th grade), Liv Taibon (10th grade) and Elba Heddesheimer (11th grade) took 4th overall in the 4x400. Sophomore Elias Vail had a PR in the 55m (7.55) and was just off his career PR in the 200m. Senior Ike Nabuife posted two PRs - 55m and 200m. Next up for the Pioneers is a meet at Akron University on 1/21.