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Women’s Track & Field Tallied 5th Place Finish at Bethany


Bethany, WV – The Geneva women’s outdoor track & field team placed fifth on Saturday, April 1 at Bethany’s Invitational.

Nicole Bartoletta (Monaca, PA/Central Valley) tabbed a second place finish in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 15.18 seconds.

Geneva’s 4x100 relay team placed second with a time of 48.99 seconds. The team was comprised of Bartoletta, Sara Klein (Columbus, IN/Columbus East), Kailee Loose (Beaver, PA/Beaver) and Jessica Kelosky (Fombell, PA/Riverside).

Kelosky placed fifth in the 100 meter dash with a time of 12.93 seconds followed by a fifth place performance in the 200 meter dash with a time of 27.22 seconds. Klein also placed in the 200 meter dash. She tallied an eighth place finish with a time of 27.65 seconds.

In addition to her work on the track, Loose tallied a second place finish in the long jump with a 4.91 meter leap.

Lydia Swartzbaugh (Spartansburg, PA/Spartansburg) place third in the triple jump with a 9.85 meter performance.

Justice Newland (Lebanon, OH/Lebanon) earned a fifth place finish in the pole vault clearing a height of 2.90 meters.

Rebekah Rupert (Greenville, PA/Greenville) also place fifth in the field throwing 32.47 meters in the Javelin event.

The Golden Tornadoes will continue competition at Westminster Invitational on Saturday, April 8.

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Apr 1, 2017