Runners have good results at states

Twin Valley’s Quinlan Barber, left, ran a personal best in the 200-meter dash at the Vermont D4 track and field championships Saturday. Photo by Buddy Hayford

WINDSOR- The Vermont division 3 and D4 track and field championships were held under clear skies and comfortable temperatures at the Murphy-Morse Track Complex at Windsor High School Saturday. It was also a good day for a number of local schools and athletes.
Twin Valley Middle High School had two sprinters qualify for the D4 championships, first-year student Robert Mola and sophomore Quinlan Barber.  Mola finished 18th in the preliminaries of the 100-meter dash, with a personal record time of 13.50 seconds.   Barber was right behind with a 13.51 time, also a personal best.

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