Four in a row and counting for the Hudson girls track and field team.

The Lady Explorers won their fourth consecutive dual meet after earning a convincing 90-47 victory over Suburban League National Conference rival Twinsburg April 20 at Hudson Memorial Stadium.

With the win, Hudson improved to 4-1 overall and 4-1 in the National Conference.

The Lady Explorers honored seniors Megan Boyda, Guliana LaMarca, Sydney Booth, Sydney Miller, Heather Furbee, Ally Gold, Natalie Schwarz, Macy Lori, Sydney Cravener, Molly Sandberg, Anna Engelman, Christina Core and Amy Morris prior to the meet.

"It was all about the seniors," Hudson head coach Mike Schmidt said. "It has been a pleasure coaching many of them for the past four years.

"Watching them grow as athletes has been wonderful. Next year won't be the same without these seniors. We all started together and they are the heart and soul of this team."

Lori captured first in the pole vault with a vault of 10 feet.

Other Lady Explorers who placed first are as follows:

3,200 meters: junior Cameron Bujaucius, 12 minutes, 15.2 seconds

800: junior Kalli Barrett, 2:31

Long jump: sophomore Taylor Miller, 15-3

300 hurdles: freshman Leah Hartman, 50.1

400: junior Emily Akin, 1:02.9

1,600: junior Grace Turner, 5:34

800 relay: junior Andrew Giaimo, Morris and juniors Bryn Strawbridge and Jenna Reitenbach, 1:50.58

High jump: freshman Molly Stecker and junior Brynn Meyer, 5-2

100 hurdles: Tori Shriver, 16.9

3,200 relay: Barrett, Turner, junior Hannah Teed and Akin, 9:52

Hudson was scheduled to visit National Conference rival Wadsworth April 25. Results were not available at press time.

The Lady Explorers are set to compete at the Poland Invitational April 29 at 9 a.m.


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