Danbury freshman Alanna Smith has already written herself into the school’s record book in her first season competing Saturday as she finished third the 400 at the Loucks Games in White Plains, New York.
Smith clocked in at 55.93 in the race against several of the other top runners from the region. She was just 0.6 seconds off the winning time of 55.33, while Newtown’s Carly Swierbut finished seventh in the same race (57.33). Smith also took third in the 100 with a time of 12.28 and the Hatters girls took fifth in the 4×400.
Malcolm Going took fifth in the mile (4.19.28) while Immaculate took fourth in the 4×800 (9:24.51)