Theodore Mitsakos, Pierce student and tennis scholarship recipient, achieved 1st place in singles for the 5th time at the Panhellenic competition, and also won in doubles at the Panhellenic Junior Championship.
Following very good showings, Elisabet Silintziri, Pierce student and tennis scholarship recipient, and Maria Laspa reached the semi-final round for girls under 16. In addition, Dimitris Goutas achieved 4th place in mixed teams under 18.
Ioanna Tsoni, Pierce student and athletics scholarship recipient, achieved a personal record of 13.47m in the quadruple, thus coming 2nd while also reaching 1st place in the 80m hurdles with a time of 12’35” at the Hellenic Athletics Federation Championship (K16). At the Panhellenic Championship for Girls (K18), Ioanna reached 14th place in the 100m hurdles with a time of 16’, though in the youngest category.
At the Panhellenic Track & Field Championship, Emilios Skourtis, Pierce student and athletics scholarship recipient, achieved two great personal records, with 9’62” in the 80m, giving him 1st place, and with a leap of 5.61m, giving him 5th place in the long jump. Marianthi Papageorgiou achieved a personal record in discus throwing with 22.51m, placing her 5th and, in javelin throwing, she could not be scored due to invalid attempts.
Petros Lazarou, Pierce student and athletics scholarship recipient, reached 16th place in the 100m with 11’63” at the Panhellenic Track & Field Championship for Boys (K18).
Marina Prezani, now a Pierce graduate and athletics scholarship recipient, came 9th at the Panhellenic Track & Field Championship for Juniors (K20), with a performance of 30.44m in javelin throwing. At the same competition, Katerina Konstantinova finished 11th with 1.09.55 in the 400m hurdles.
After a difficult and unpredictable athletics season, Athina Tziatziouli, Pierce student, was named Greek Champion (Panellinionikis) in track & field in the K16 category, quadruple jump (1st place with a performance of 14.08m) and high jump (2nd place with a performance of 1.58m) at the Panhellenic Track & Field Championship.
Congratulations to all our athletes on their performance and their ethos!