50 Tickets to Brooklyn: #22

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  • For one, she has the best name in Michigan XC
  • But other than that, Cookie is blessed with an astounding combination of speed and endurance
  • She’s gone sub-2:20 multiple times, either on relays or in open races
  • And on the other side of the spectrum, boasts numerous performances close to or below 18:00
  • Her 5th place finish at MIS played a major role in Pioneer’s state title
  • The State track meet didn’t go so well, at least her 3200m – but trust me, she’ll be back in a major way

  • As a young underclassman, Quinn absorbed many lessons from the likes of Jack Spamer, Zach Stewart, and the rest of the Bulldog crew
  • In those years, Quinn wasn’t as quick as he is now, but he did manage to get down to the low 17’s in his sophomore campaign
  • The year break in racing made his growth that much more impressive
  • He lowered his PB by more than a minute and was able to run varsity for Brighton’s championship races
  • That growth continued into track, where he had similar drops: 2:29 > 2:01, 5:05 > 4:25, and 10:35 > 9:31


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