Brumett-Dunn ‘20 Breaks Two School Track Records

Brumett-Dunn ‘20 Breaks Two School Track Records

April 20, 2017 – Seattle Academy freshman Harlowe Brumett-Dunn set two school track records and also competed in the Arcadia Invitational National Meet last week in Arcadia, California.

In her first Seattle Academy high school meet, Harlowe broke the school record in both the 100 meter and 200 meter races.  In the 100 meters she ran a 12.43, breaking the record of 12.64 set by Sophie Brooks ’14 in 2014. In the 200 meters, Harlowe ran a 25.55, breaking the fourteen-year old school record of 26.33 set by Lynn Seifert ‘04 in 2003.

At the very prestigious Arcadia Invitational, against the best high school sprinters in the nation, Harlowe finished seventh in the open session 100 meter race and broke her own school record with a time of 12.08. She was the only freshman to finish in the top twenty-five. In the 200 meter open session race, Harlowe finished eighteenth with a time of 25.06, again breaking her own school record. And again she was the only freshman to finish among the top twenty-five. Click here to check out all the results, including video of each race.

Congratulations to Harlowe and continued success!

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Above: Harlowe (left) at the Arcadia Invitational National Meet.