Bentworth's Brenna Cavanaugh was outstanding as a freshman, medaling at both the WPIAL and PIAA Class AA championships.
Not for Cavanaugh.
It's been a terrific start to the season for Cavanaugh, who has posted times in three events that rank among the fastest reported times in Class AA. Cavanaugh's mark of 14.8 in the 100-meter hurdles ranks first. Her time of 12.5 in the 100 ranks her behind only Burrell's Nikki Scherer, the defending WPIAL and PIAA champion. Cavanaugh has also ran a 48.3 in the 300 hurdles, which ranks fourth.