Quenee Dale leads Washtenaw County track & field athletes at AAU Junior Olympic Games

Lincoln High School incoming freshman Quenee Dale has had the most success through the first five of six days of competition, winning the 100-meter hurdles in the girls youth division with a winning time of 14.01 seconds. As a comparison, the winning time at this year’s MHSAA Division 1 state finals was 14.29 seconds.

Dale also finished fourth in the 200-meter hurdles in the youth division (see breakdown of AAU age divisions below) at Dick Price Stadium at Norfolk State University.

Another Lincoln High School student, senior-to-be Dynasty McGee, finished seventh in the preliminaries of the young women’s 400 dash to qualify for the finals. That race, along with 83 other events, will be run on Saturday.

Recent Pioneer High School graduate Muhammad Sani finished fifth in the young men’s 800-meter run in 1:54.09. Earlier, Sani finished sixth out of 76 competitors in the preliminary round.

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