The Palmetto Middle School girls’ JV track team (sixth-seventh grade) did very well at the Miami-Dade County Middle School Championships at Southridge Park. The standout Lancers are from left, Fairy Stringfield, Lexi Momplaiser, Victoria Karr, Justyce Hill, Navaeh Ezell, Makayla Gardner, Aaliyah Tyler, and Coach Mallie Brown.
The Palmetto Middle School girls’ JV track team (sixth-seventh grade) did very well at the Miami-Dade County Middle School Championships at Southridge Park. The standout Lancers are from left, Fairy Stringfield, Lexi Momplaiser, Victoria Karr, Justyce Hill, Navaeh Ezell, Makayla Gardner, Aaliyah Tyler, and Coach Mallie Brown.
The Palmetto Middle School girls’ JV track team (sixth-seventh grade) did very well at the Miami-Dade County Middle School Championships at Southridge Park. The standout Lancers are from left, Fairy Stringfield, Lexi Momplaiser, Victoria Karr, Justyce Hill, Navaeh Ezell, Makayla Gardner, Aaliyah Tyler, and Coach Mallie Brown.

Palmetto Middle track wins Miami-Dade County title

March 01, 2015 10:46 PM

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