Robshaw continues her winning ways on the track

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ORONO — For the sixth time in as many meets Penquis Valley High School senior Cymeria Robshaw won the 55-meter dash during a Penobscot Valley Conference/Eastern Maine Indoor Track League competition at the University of Maine.

Robshaw most recent first-place performance came on Jan. 26 as she ran the 55 dash in a time of 7.54 seconds to narrowly best the 7.56 seconds for Orono High School senior Camille Kohtala.

On Saturday Robshaw also had the top distance in the triple jump. Robshaw jumped 33 feet, 8.25 inches to placed ahead of the distance of 31-00.75 for Old Town High School junior Grace Harvey.

Robshaw also came in second in the long jump with a leap of 16-09. She only trailed the new league-record distance of 18-02.75 for Kohtala.

Robshaw scored all 28 points for Penquis as the team ended the day sixth of seven schools.

Athletes from three other area schools took part in the Jan. 26 meet.

Foxcroft Academy junior Hunter Clarke placed seventh in the 200 with a time of 25.86 seconds and he also came in eighth in the 55-prelims at 7.57 seconds. Right behind was Piscataquis Community High School sophomore Ty Massie in ninth place with a time of 7.60 seconds.

Dexter Regional High School freshman Clyde Day had the 13th-best time in the 400 at 67.92 seconds.

Foxcroft freshman Grace Carlson finished 13th in the long jump at a distance of 11-01.75.

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