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West Hartford Runner Breaks School Record at Greater Hartford Invitational

Taylor Davis and Libby McMahon after a successful meet. Photo courtesy of Chris McMahon

Several athletes from West Hartford’s Conard High School had great success at the 85th Greater Hartford Invite Track and Field Meet.

Libby McMahon nearing the finish line to win the Girls 400 meter dash in 57.85 seconds at the 85th Greater Hartford Invite. Photo courtesy of Chris McMahon

Libby McMahon nearing the finish line to win the Girls 400 meter dash in 57.85 seconds at the 85th Greater Hartford Invite. Photo courtesy of Chris McMahon

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The 85th Greater Hartford Invite Track and Field Meet was held on May 14, 2016, at Simsbury High School, and the Conard High School girls team earned a fourth place finish in the large school division thanks in part to some medal-winning performaces.

Sophomore Libby McMahon won the girls 400 meter dash, in a Conard record-breaking time of 57.85 seconds. Two hours later, McMahon came in second in the girls 200, with a time of 26.2.

Senior Taylor Davis came in third in the 100m dash, with a time of 12.67 seconds. She came in fifth in the 200m dash, with a time of 26.66.

Senior Carlie Musto took third place in the Girls Pole Vault, with a height of 9’00.00″.

For complete meet results, click here.

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Libby McMahon, after receiving her first place gold medal. Photo courtesy of Chris McMahon

Libby McMahon, after receiving her first place gold medal. Photo courtesy of Chris McMahon

Taylor Davis and Libby McMahon after a successful meet. Photo courtesy of Chris McMahon

Taylor Davis and Libby McMahon after a successful meet. Photo courtesy of Chris McMahon

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