Avonworth sisters Hayden and Hunter Robinson proved to be a deadly duo at the WPIAL Class AA championships last Thursday.
Together they took home five medals in the sprints. They finished .04 seconds apart in the 100-meter dash. Hayden broke the tape in 11.97, while her older sister crossed in 12.01 for silver. Burrell's Nicole Scherer grabbed third in 12.11.
Scherer proved to be the one to beat in the 200, as she broke the tape in 24.24 for a new record. The previous record was 24.81 set by Valley's Ameriah Walters. Hunter and Hayden took second (24.54) and third (25.34), respectively.
Hunter went on to win the 400 with a new record time of 56.54.