Pennsville sophomore Arianna Smith lowered her 400 PR to 57.39 Tuesday as part of a triple win at the Salem County meet at Schalick High in Pittsgrove Township.
Smith set PRs in all three events she competed in.
Smith, who never broke 62 for 400 meters as a freshman, lowered her PR from 57.77 just three days ago at the Rowan Open to 57.39, fastest this year by a South Jersey girl and No. 4 in the state. It’s also fastest in the state by a Group 1 runner.
Smith also won the 200-meter dash in a personal-best 25.82 and the 100-meter hurdles in a PR 15.18 after running 18.30 in the trials.
Her previous hurdles in both were also set at Rowan the Rowan Invite — 15.33 in the prelims of the highs this past weekend and 27.11 in the 200 at Rowan last year,.
Pennsville placed second in team scoring to Schalick, which finished with a 134 1/2-77 margin of victory.
Full results from Schalick are here.