The Panther runners continue to set records, posting a new 4×800 record that is 20 seconds faster than the record set earlier this season. On Wednesday, the Boy’s Track and Field team traveled to McDonough for the championships. Though placing sixth in the race, they came off the track with a memorable achievement. Seniors Owen Wilson and Malik Hamilton took part of this victory as this is their last time running outdoor track for their high school career. “I’m a little bummed I didn’t start running track my freshman year, but it was fun while it lasted and I can … Continue reading Boy’s Track sets new Record
This has been an outstanding year for Pallotti’s very own Quai Skeete-Ridley both on the lacrosse field and the track. She recently scored her 250th goal, which is a major accomplishment for any high school lacrosse player, the equivalent of a basketball player scoring their 1000th point. it was a crazy and unexpected feeling for Skeete-Ridley, who didn’t even realize that she was close to reaching that goal. This year, she became the first female lacrosse player to become the IAAM player of the week for her accomplishments on the lacrosse field. Her 17 goals and added five assists to … Continue reading Quai Skeete-Ridley sets records in Lacrosse, Track
St. Vincent Pallotti’s Track and Field team traveled to Glenelg Country School on April 3 to run in the IAAM track meet against other private schools. Competition was tough but our fellow Panthers fought through bringing some great achievements back to our home. Our boys’ 4×800 relay finished a great race, breaking the school record with a time of 9:04. Senior Malik Hamilton said, “We recently have been trying to find another leg to complete our relay team and today we finally ran as a team and worked hard to get to where we are.” Recently, the boys’ distance relay … Continue reading “Stick!” : Men’s Varsity 4×800 Meter Relay Brings Home School Record
Pallotti’s Varsity track team traveled last weekend to New York City’s Armory for the annual New Balance Nationals. This is where the top runners from around the world compete against each other. Junior Kamylin Padgham, sophomore Carl Hicks, and freshman Aidan McDuffie were invited to represent the school. McDuffie placed 12th in the Freshman 400 meter dash, placing him 24th overall and 18th among Freshman. “I don’t feel as though I did good, because I ran against a 17-year-old freshman.” Padgham finished third overall and 55th in the US among juniors in the 60-meter dash. Hicks finished fourth overall in … Continue reading New York, New York: Nationals!