Sophomore Mia Flynn was Farmington Hills Mercy’s top athlete in the Catholic League A-B Division girls track and field championship meet Tuesday at Catholic Central High School.
Flynn won two events, running 16.16 seconds in the 100-meter hurdles and jumping 16 feet, 2 inches in the long jump.
“It’s consistent with what she has been doing this year in the bigger meets,” Mercy coach Gary Servais said. “She’s won some big meets in the hurdles and is the regional champion in the long jump.
“Setting a school record twice in one week (in the long jump) is a pretty good performance right there.”
Flynn was more than three inches better than Divine Child’s Shannon Rice in the long jump and easily won the hurdles over Warren Regina’s Tracy Suchyta, who ran 17.34.