Johnston breaks HJH hurdles mark

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(May 28, 2015) — Henderson Junior High coach Wendy Pierce reached out to The Flash Today Thursday morning, sharing news of a broken record in seventh grade track and field. Ciara Johnston, a seventh grade student-athlete, set the school mark in the 300 meter hurdles, with a season-best time of 50.74 seconds. She topped the mark of 51.11 set by current Stephenville junior Mikayla Hobbs.


 

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Johnston won both hurdle races – the 300s and the 110s – at the Quad-County District Meet in Weatherford.

Below is Johnston, right, being presented a certificate commemorating her record-breaking time.

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