The 2023 MSHSAA Class 1-2 State Track and Field Championships provided great moments and reactions for photographers to capture and Missouri MileSplit's crew caught many of them.
One athlete that provided many great performances to capture was Maysville's Mirabella Redman. The senior Lady Wolverine from Northwest Missouri qualified for the 2022 Class 2 state meet in two events. As a junior she won the 300-hurdles in 45.97 while also taking 4th in the pole vault, clearing 3-meters/9-10. Redman went on to compete for Team Missouri at the Great Southwest Track and Field Classic in Albuquerque.
in 2022, Redman also competed in the long jump, as well as the high jump, and 200-meter dash. She didn't advance out of districts in the latter two events. As a senior this year, Redman added the 100-hurdles to her repertoire while dropping the 200. Her focus on the 100 and 300 hurdles as well as the pole vault and long jump paid off.
It wasn't an easy feat and other teams had more athletes and more scoring opportunities than Maysville and Redman and her four events.