East Liverpool Historical Society

East Liverpool High School Girls Track and Field Records

As of: 3/4/03


East Liverpool Girls Track ”ALL TIME BEST” on Record

Updated Last: Friday, March 21, 2003


Girls Ohio Valley Track & Field Records


Looking Back at Female OV Track Greats


Kim Auger '83, won the 400 meter state championship and finishing second in the 200. Her time of 54.87, in the 400, was one-tenth of a second behind the state record. She received a track scholarship to attend Ohio State University.

Tynetta Anderson '02, qualified twice for the state meet in the 100 and 200 meters, but was unable to grab the golden ring in Columbus.

Leslie Palmer (1977) was the first female athlete to gain the East Liverpool High School Hall of Fame. She qualified for the state track meet three times, and placed second in the 80-yard hurdles, fourth in the 220 and fourth in the long jump. Her hurdles time of 10.5 seconds was the seventh fastest in the United States that year.

We will be scanning and adding pictures of the other record holders in the next few days.

We will see if we can't get this updated.


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