by Grace Nunn
Loveland, Ohio – Senior Miya Brines set a new Loveland High School high jump record on Saturday, March 27 clearing the bar at 5’6 1/2″ in the Loveland dual meet vs Princeton at Tiger Stadium. She placed 1st in the high jump.
“I am very honored to be in the Loveland High School record books with so many other athletes. I believe hard work and dedication have a big impact on the way I perform and compete as an athlete,” Brines said.
Miya also thanked her coaches for investing their time and effort into herself and the team and cannot wait for her future as an athlete.
The previous record was 5’6 set in 2016 by Kendall Ewert.
She also came in 1st in the long jump with a leap of 16′-10.75″, 1st in the 100-meter hurdles running a 14.59, and 1st in the 300 Meter hurdles at 48.67.
Brines will continue her track and academic career at the University of Iowa.