Avah Reichow, Burlingame girls’ track. The junior took third-place in an exciting finish in the girls’ 300 meters at the CCS Track & Field Championships, finishing within one second of the top spot. Reichow knew what she was up against a competitive field after the CCS trials, with five hurdlers qualifying for the finals with sub-46 second times.

Reichow was glowing with her finals time of 44.67 seconds, a new personal record. It was also just a tick behind Christopher senior Melia Middleton’s first-place time of 43.74, and Gunn junior Avery Adelman’s second-place time of 43.89.

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