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Highland’s Amanda Mosier, right, surges ahead of teammate Lydia Morgan, center, and Clear Fork’s Elizabeth Staab, left, during the girls 100-meter hurdles event at Saturday’s SpecTRACKular in Fredericktown.
Highland’s Amanda Mosier, right, surges ahead of teammate Lydia Morgan, center, and Clear Fork’s Elizabeth Staab, left, during the girls 100-meter hurdles event at Saturday’s SpecTRACKular in Fredericktown. (Photo by Fred Main) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
May 13, 2013 11:08 am EDT

 

FREDERICKTOWN — The girls’ Most Valuable Competitor award at Saturday’s Mount Vernon News SpecTRACKular came down to hundredths of a second.

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Highland’s Amanda Mosier and Mount Vernon’s Katelyn Henthorn took home co-MVC honors at this year’s event, held at Fredericktown High School.

Mosier couldn’t contain herself when she heard the news Saturday.

“I’m pumped,” said Mosier. “I said as a freshman and sophomore, to the people who won this, that I wanted to win someday. And I’m pumped. I’m so pumped right now.”

Mosier won gold in both the 100-meter dash and the 100-meter hurdles. She beat teammate Lydia Morgan by more than a second in the hurdles event, while winning the dash by 6 /100 of a second over Northridge’s Ellie Shedloski.

 

 

 

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