Pennsauken secures fourth place in Penn Relays Philly Area 4x400m championship with top 3 time in NJ
Updated: May 1
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The Pennsauken girls' track team has once again proven to be a force to be reckoned with its latest performance in the Penn Relays Philly Area Championship.
The team 4x400m secured a fourth-place finish in the Penn Relays Philly Area Championship 4x400m event with a time of 4:05.78. It was the third-fastest time registered in New Jersey this year.
Sophomore Amina Dyer led off the race with a personal-best 59.39 split. Her impressive performance set the tone for the rest of the team and put them in a favorable position to compete. Freshman Sianni Wynn continued the momentum by splitting 55.57, further solidifying the team's position in the race.
The third leg of the race saw freshman Sanaya Dupree deliver her fastest split ever, a time of 59.46. Her outstanding performance pushed the Pennsauken girls even further ahead, giving them a comfortable lead going into the final leg of the race. Sophomore Ameenah Rodriguez took the baton from Dupree and ran an incredible 1:01.35 to finish off the race. Congratulations, Pennsauken girls!