Huntington North’s Addy Wiley added to her already historic running career by winning two state titles in her final high school meet and placing third in the other at the IHSAA State Finals Friday, June 3 at Indiana University-Bloomington.
With those three races, Wiley garnered 27 points, which allowed the Huntington North girls track and field team to place fifth overall in the state.
The senior won the 1600 meter run for the third consecutive year, signifying a clean sweep as the 2020 season was canceled due to the pandemic.
Wiley broke the state record of 4:43.46, previously held by Waverly Neer of Culver Academies since 2011, with a time of 4:38.69 to win the event.
Later in night, Wiley broke another state record in the 800m run with a time of 2:06.26, topping Pike’s Elizabeth Stanhope’s 2019 record of 2:06.62.
Wiley placed third in the 3200m run with a time of 10:38.57 to medal in the event.
Finally, she anchored the 4x800m relay team, with teammates Emma Holzinger, Gracie Fields, and Ella Colclesser, to a 14th-place finish with a time of 4:04.20.Wiley will continue her running and academic career at Colorado University
Harrison Niswander finished 22nd in the 1600m run with a time of 4:24.36 at the IHSAA State Finals Saturday, June 3.
Niswander won the event at the Marion Regional a week earlier.