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The 2021 UIL Track & Field season is complete after some amazing performances in Austin!
VYPE has scoured the results and has every female athlete that finished in the Top 3 in their individual events, this does not include members of relay teams. Now, it's time to vote!
The Academy Sports + Outdoors VYPE DFW Female Track & Field Athlete of the Year Fan Poll is now live! Fans will have the chance to vote until Monday, May 24th, at 7 p.m.
Please note that the use of voting software or bots will result in a deletion of votes and a potential DQ from the contest. PLEASE try to keep this fair and fun for all involved!
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Midlothian Heritage continues to prove their athletic excellence with the endeavors of various athletes. At the UIL Class 4A state competition, the Lady Jaguars' Leah Anderson earned not one, but two gold medals as well as a silver medal.
On Thursday, Anderson opened the day with a gold medal in the girls' triple jump with a distance of 38-10.25. Anderson topped Beeville A.C. Jones' Allie Estrada (38-5) and Waco La Vega's Kiyleyah Parr (38-0).
Anderson's second gold medal of the day came just two hours later as she finished the 100-meter hurdles with a 14.23 time. Anderson defeated Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway's Alizah Villegas (14.71) and Canton's Hannah Cade (14.86).
On top of her two gold medals, Anderson took silver in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 45.56. She fell to Canyon's Abree Winfrey (44.68).
State Champion Alert! Heritage High School junior Leah Anderson has won the gold in both the triple jump and 100-meter hurdles events! She is also the first state champion in Heritage track and field history. Great job, Leah! 🏅 ❤️ 🏅 #MISDProud pic.twitter.com/pZExuT0BJn— Midlothian ISD (@MidlothianISD) May 7, 2021