Senior Scott Hubbard’s 4:27 anchor gave Audubon a win in the Group 1 distance medley at the Woodbury Relays Saturday and the fastest time this year by a Group 1 school.
Hubbard split 4:27.74 and Audubon ran 10:52.25, the second-fastest time in school history.
Senior Makaio Kelii led off with a 3:20.64 split to give Audubon a lead they never relinquished. Sophomore Amauri Pimentel split 53.81 to hold the lead, and senior Clifford Gilmore ran 2:10.06 to set up Hubbard, who got out in 63.77 to build Audubon’s lead to over 100 meters and put the race away. Hubbard closed in 66.24.
Sophomore Peyton Shute anchored Pitman to second place in 11:13.94.