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Archer signs with Brenau for track

Alcovy runner Brianna Archer recently signed her way to the next level after agreeing to attend Brenau University on a Track and Field scholarship. Archer set three personal best marks during her senior year. She ran the 400 in 57.84 seconds and the 800 in 2:26.26 at the Class AAAAAA Sectional while running the 5,000 in 25:17.13 at the Region 2-AAAAAA Cross Country Championship. As a junior, she ran the 100 in 13 seconds at the NewRock meet and ran the 200 in 26.16 seconds at the Georgia Games. Sitting with Archer at her signing were, from left, Alcovy cross country coach Matt Keuler, her mother and Alcovy assistant track and field coach Glenroy Hodge. Standing are, from left, Alcovy track and field head coach Anthony Jackson and Brenau head track and field coach Richard Ludwig.

Alcovy runner Brianna Archer recently signed her way to the next level after agreeing to attend Brenau University on a Track and Field scholarship. Archer set three personal best marks during her senior year. She ran the 400 in 57.84 seconds and the 800 in 2:26.26 at the Class AAAAAA Sectional while running the 5,000 in 25:17.13 at the Region 2-AAAAAA Cross Country Championship. As a junior, she ran the 100 in 13 seconds at the NewRock meet and ran the 200 in 26.16 seconds at the Georgia Games. Sitting with Archer at her signing were, from left, Alcovy cross country coach Matt Keuler, her mother and Alcovy assistant track and field coach Glenroy Hodge. Standing are, from left, Alcovy track and field head coach Anthony Jackson and Brenau head track and field coach Richard Ludwig.

Alcovy runner Brianna Archer recently signed her way to the next level after agreeing to attend Brenau University on a Track and Field scholarship. Archer set three personal best marks during her senior year. She ran the 400 in 57.84 seconds and the 800 in 2:26.26 at the Class AAAAAA Sectional while running the 5,000 in 25:17.13 at the Region 2-AAAAAA Cross Country Championship. As a junior, she ran the 100 in 13 seconds at the NewRock meet and ran the 200 in 26.16 seconds at the Georgia Games. Sitting with Archer at her signing were, from left, Alcovy cross country coach Matt Keuler, her mother and Alcovy assistant track and field coach Glenroy Hodge. Standing are, from left, Alcovy track and field head coach Anthony Jackson and Brenau head track and field coach Richard Ludwig.

By Manny Fils