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Ioppolo, Olanovich, McNulty shine as top girls in first all-star meet

Wallenpaupack’s Anastasia Ioppolo, Riverside’s Paige Olanovich and Scranton Prep’s Avery McNulty turned in award-winning efforts in the girls portion of the first Lackawanna Track and Field Coaches Association Senior All-Star meet, held June 13 at Abington Heights.

Ioppolo was named Most Valuable Performer after winning four events for the City team, but the County won the meet, 77-71.

Olanovich was named Track Performer of the Meet for her role in the County victory. She won the 100- and 200-meter dashes and anchored the winning 400 relay team.

McNulty was named Field Performer of the Meet after posting victories in the high jump and javelin.

Ioppolo’s wins came in the 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles, long jump and triple jump.

Western Wayne’s Ella Dougher was a major contributor to the County victory with a win in the pole vault, a second-place finish in the high jump and a third-place finish in the 100 hurdles.

Teammate Madison Kammer won the 1600 run.

The County swept the three relay races with Rachel Korty from Carbondale and Gigi Sabatini from Abington Heights each running on both the 1600 and 3200.

Sabatini also won the 400 while Korty won the 800.

Avery Rebar from Mid Valley added a win in the discus.

Felicity Martin from Scranton won the shot put and Kaitlyn Farrell from Holy Cross in the 3200 provided the other City wins.

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