Lakers', Trojans' girls track excels at WM Invite

Athletes from Spring Lake and Fruitport's varsity girls track teams proved they can compete just fine against competitors in larger Division 1 schools. Spring Lake standout sophomore Brittany Beeler ran to two individual victories and also was a member of the Lakers' victorious 3,200-meter relay squad, and Fruitport also had a pair of first-place finishes at the 33rd Meijer West Michigan Track Invitational at Reeths-Puffer High School. The meet is a collection of the best track athletes throughout the greater Muskegon area.
Tribune Staff
May 27, 2011

 

Beeler excelled in two events that she should also flourish in at next weekend’s Division 2 state finals — the 1,600 and 3,200 runs. Her time of 5 minutes, 18.26 seconds beat out a pair of Grand Haven runners — Natalie Myers and Julia Stock — in the 1,600 run. Later, she easily outdistanced the Bucs’ Kristi King by 17 seconds in the 3,200 with a finish of 11:39.74.

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Grand Haven’s James DeWitt has flourished throughout the spring in the hurdles, and Thursday was no different.

The junior standout easily won the 110-meter hurdles with a 15.04 finish, and later squeaked out a win in the 300 hurdles with a time of 39.77 — breaking his own school record that he established last year.

 

 

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