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Hart’s girls track and field team runs away with second state championship (photos, video)

Pirates add to strong running tradition, as cross country program is five-time defending state champ.

Photos by Scott DeCamp | CatchMark

KENT CITY — Hart’s girls cross country program has made history as a five-time defending state champion in Division 3.

Looks like the Pirates’ girls track and field program wants to give cross country a run for its money.

Hart captured its second MHSAA Division 3 state track title Saturday at Kent City High School. The Pirates won a share of the state championship in 2018, but on Saturday they ran away from the competition.

Hart totaled 63 points, 24 more than runner-up Pewamo-Westphalia. Onsted was third (33), followed by Montague in fourth (29) and Quincy fifth (28).

The Pirates were led by the 4×800-meter relay team of Alyson Enns, Lexie Beth Nienhuis, Audrianna Enns and Jessica Jazwinski, who easily won their event in a time of 9:30.18. Jazwinski also placed second in the 3200, third in the 800 and fourth in the 1600. Addi Hovey was runner-up in high jump and she also anchored the 4×100 relay team that finished second behind Montague. The 4×400 relay team also placed, taking seventh.

Hart’s boys team finished in fifth place with 29 points, nine away from champion Lansing Catholic.

Check out the photo gallery above from Saturday’s meet as well as a highlights and reaction video below.


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