Unlike last year, the DDD course was not flooded. But, have no fear, the hay bales were still on the course and the hill was as tall as ever, making this meet all the more exciting. The Southwest Florida teams put their legs to the test, conquered the hill, and some came home with new shiny PR's to show for it.
brought it home for the Estero
boys. Brittenham's 16:04 first place finish was just two seconds slower than Erick Montoya's
, Estero class of 2010, 16:02 course-record performance back in 2009.
Brittenham took it out fast and maintained the lead with Nickolas Kamen
(16:24) and Brady Gibson
(16:37) closely following behind.
Not only was his 16:04 a PR for Brittenham, but at the same meet last year he ran 18:00 minutes to place third, a significant improvement. Kamen nearly captured a PR with a one second difference and Gibson PR'd for the second week in a row with his 16:37 performance.
senior, Cheyenne Young
, dominated the DDD Sommer course leading the field by over a minute and running a time of 18:28.
Young ran a PR of 19:19 last week at the Lemon Bay Invitational. This past track season, Young had a great track season, bettering her 3200m PR to 11:19. Her performance puts her at the number one spot for the meet record and third for the course record.
DDD Sommer Invitational Results
Race Video and Interviews