2018 McAuley grad, Sarah Voit (shown at the All-Ohio Championships) vaulted 12-5.25 at the North Coast Athletic Conference Championships.
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The 3,200-meter relay unit for the McAuley track and field team has some unfinished business to take care of at next week's state championships. 'We finised second to Mason by a blink of an eye last year, so the girls really want to win state this time,' (via http://news.cincinnati.com/)
McAuley's Senior Danielle Pfiefer was 2nd in last years State D1 800m. She is Ohio's current Indoor 800m champion. This year she is focused on defending her Indoor title and winning Outdoors. She is running well this indoor season with a 1st in the 800 at the new Spire Facility in Geneva, in a time of 2:12.12 and a first in the 800 in the UK HS Invitational, in a time of 2:11.78. She is ranked 4th Nationally at this time and her record setting 2:08.84 at last year's UK Invitaional is also Ohio's current indoor record. The Ohio State Indoor meet record is 2:14.14. The Outdoor record is 2:07.14. The State Meet and Owens Stadium record is 2:07.35, set by Taneisha Cordell last season. She runs to win and with the Outdoor record in sight, she may finish this year as Ohio's All Time best girl's 800m runner.
Danielle Pfeifer, a senior at McAuley High School in Cincinnati, Ohio has chosen to continue her education and running career at the University of Michigan. Pfeifer secured two silver medals at the 2011 OHSAA State Track and Field Meet, one in the 800m run and one in the 4x800m relay. During the indoor season, Danielle captured both a gold (800m run) and a silver (4x800m relay) medal at the OATCCC State Indoor Championship.
It’s the state meet, the last leg of the 4×800 relay, and Danielle Pfeifer takes the baton in sixth place. Now, for the average state runner – heck, for even a great state runner – the idea of contending for a title is out of the question. Wishful thinking at best, crazy at worst.
Another edition of the Trinity/Valkyrie Invitational is upon and there is plenty of anticipation this time around. Carmel (IN) will make the trip south to see if they can steal the show at another big invite, while some of Kentucky's finest will look to make their name against some national-level talent. Full preview, forecast, and virtual meet breakdown are inside.
We just wrapped up the start of the most exciting 22 days in Ohio High School Cross Country. Let's take a look back at the conference meets. Also check out which boys team wore pink to race in this weekend.