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M-A's Crowe leads a parade of school track records

 

Before she is done, Menlo-Atherton senior Annalisa Crowe should be considered the top middle-distance runner in school history. The record book will prove that out.

Crowe broke a pair of school records on Saturday as she clocked

5:02.40 to win the mile at the annual St. Francis Invitational in Mountain View.

The time broke the mile mark of 5:02.5 by Laurie Andeen in 1987. When converted to the 1,600, Crowe's time of 5:00.65 surpassed Andeen's 5:02.6 mark in the same season.

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— Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online Sports

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