Coed, independent, PK3-12th grade school in St. Petersburg, Florida.

MS Track & Field Records Set at Championship

by Coach Cameron
After a successful St. Petersburg Middle School Track & Field Championship on campus this week with 15 schools present, the MS competition for this season ended with a bang! The girls placed 2nd and the boys placed 8th.

Some Shorecrest school records were broken this season by the MS Girls Track & Field Chargers. New school records include: 
Girls 100m: Claire J. '27
Girls 4x100m: Sofia F. '27, Claire J. '27, Indiana W. '27, Rhys W. '28
Girls 4x400m: Ella B. '27, Sophia F. '27, Isabella W. '29, Claire . '27

At the Championship, the following Chargers placed in the top 3:

Girls 100 Meter Dash - Claire J. '27, 1st Place, MS record
Girls High Jump - Claire J. '27, 1st Place
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay - Sofia F. '27, Claire J. '27, Indiana W. '27, Rhys W. '28, 1st Place, MS record
Girls 800 Meter Sprint Medley Relay - Isabella W. '29, Alaya M. '29, Rhys W. '28, Sofia C. '28, 3rd Place
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay - Ella B. '27, Sofia F. '27, Isabella W. '29, Claire J. '27, 2nd Place 

Boys 100 Meter Hurdles - Colin J. '28, 3rd Place
Boys High Jump - Colin J. '28, 3rd Place
Boys Long Jump  - Lucas A. '28, 3rd Place

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5101 First Street Northeast
St Petersburg, FL 33703
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