Girls indoor track

Staff WriterNovember 11, 2007 

Athletes to watch

Katherine Adams

Millbrook

Senior took fifth in the 500 (1:21.5) in the 2007 championships.

Lilly Beamon

West Johnston

Sophomore finished fifth in the state 3,200 (11:59.56) in 2007.

Andie Cozzarelli

Apex

Two-time indoor 3,200 champion (11:29.79 in 2007) and 1,600 runner-up (5:12.65) last spring. Senior finished second in this season's NCHSAA cross country championships.

Jacinda Evans

Southern Durham

Senior was seventh in the 55 sprint (7.40), seventh in the 300 dash (42.84) and seventh in the long jump (17 feet, 2 inches) in 2007.

Jenna Strucko

Middle Creek

Junior cleared 5 feet to finish sixth in the high jump last season.

Team to watch

Southeast Raleigh

Southeast Raleigh's girls were a dominant program in last year's NCHSAA indoor championships.

Coach Eddie Harden's Bulldogs topped Charlotte Harding 65-52. Southeast could be the team to beat again this season.

The Bulldogs are led by Amanda Lapp and Chrishawn Williams, 2007 indoor champions.

Lapp won the 1,000 (3:02.45), while Williams won the triple jump (37 feet, 3.5 inches) .

"We don't have the depth right now that we have had some years in the past," Harden said. "We're working to establish the work ethic and the proper attitude."

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