Clark shatters javelin record for Kane Invitational

Photo by Ted Lutz – Trinity Clark, a Kane senior, sets and prepares to throw the javelin Saturday in the 25th annual Kane Invitational Track and Field Meet. She broke the meet record with a throw of 165 feet, 3 inches. The mark is one of the tops in the U.S. this season for high school girls.
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Ted Lutz
Staff Writer

Trinity Clark shattered the javelin record Saturday at the 25th annual Kane Invitational Track and Field Meet.
Clark threw the javelin 165 feet, 3 inches – a distance which ranks among the very top marks in the U.S. for high school girls this season.
The previous record for the Kane Invitational was 152 feet, 7 inches by Ashley Colley of Smethport in 2000. Clark dominated the event Saturday, winning with a throw of more than 25 feet over the second-place finisher.

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