Allison Ince (Fr., Normal Community)- Championship 800m, Freshman Mile
Marianne Mihas (Sr., Chicago [Latin])- Championship 800m, Championship Mile
Jordyn Miller (Jr., Mundelein)- Championship 800m
Ava Parekh (Jr., Chicago [Latin])- Championship 800m, Championship Mile, Championship 2 Mile
Campbell Petersen (Sr., Naperville North)- Championship Mile
Josephine Welin (Jr., Oak Park-River Forest)- Championship Mile, Championship 2 Mile
Katrina Schlenker (Jr., Batavia)- Championship 2 Mile
Lucy Westlake (Jr., Naperville North)- Championship 2 Mile
Alice Mihas (So., Chicago Latin)- Championship Shot Put
Jayden Ulrich (Sr., East Alton-Wood River)- Championship SP
Mary Grace Hegberg (Jr., Arlington Heights [St. Viator])- Open 800m, Open Mile
Overview: Of course, it will start with the national darling Ava Parekh who is ready to truly earn her respect on the big stage. She is the state leader in the mile/two-mile conversion at 4:48.41/10:14.63. It is not certain that she will run the 800, but if so we could witness three All-American honors. Add Josie Welin to the mile mix and Katrina Schlenker to the two-mile carnage and let's see what can be brewed.
Marianne Mihas. Ali Ince and Marianne Mihas will represent a stronghold for the 800m contingent and go for the elusive sub-2:10 mark. Mihas has a personal best of 2:10.95 from a year ago.
Our best field events hope is Jayden Ulrich in the shot put. She has been impressive thus far topping 47-feet on several occasions. There is a possibility that she will walk away with her first national title and a 50-foot effort as a bonus.