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Chargers Begin Outdoor Track Season with Victory



Tiffany Walston

Providence Day Promises Elite Athletes

Providence Day School Chargers dominated during their most recent outdoor track meet, with the men's team leading with 96 points, beating Covenant Day (47 points) and Piedmont (3 points). The women's team also claimed victory with 84 points, defeating their opponents with ease.

A standout performance came from Junior John Doffermyre, who ran a personal best of 11.19 seconds in the 100 meter dash during the meet. 

Doffermyre Media Day 2024

Senior Nia Poole, committed to NC State, ran her personal best of 12.92 seconds in the 100 meter dash during the meet against Covenant and Piedmont. Poole continues to push herself in all of her events as she recently showed her skills by jumping a season best of 18' 1" at the CISAA Relays. Over the weekend, she pushed herself as she competed against other elite athletes during the New Balance Nationals in Boston for Indoor Track.

Poole Competing during the New Balance Nationals in Boston

Aiden Ray, another talented junior, set a school record  over the weekend of 8.39 seconds in the 60m hurdles at the New Balance Nationals in Boston. 

Ray Competing at the New Balance Nationals in Boston

As the indoor track season comes to a close, it is evidence that the Chargers have a strong lineup of elite athletes who continue to push themselves to improve, showcasing their potential for the outdoor track season.

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