* Mia Brahe-Pedersen won the 100m at the OSAA 6A State Track and Field Championships
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This weekend might have been Mia Brahe-Pedersen's first rodeo competing at the OSAA 6A State Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field, but she conquered it like a pro.
On Saturday in Eugene, the Lake Oswego sophomore put all the pieces together to win her first set of state titles in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m.
The 100m was quite impressive as she lined up in the middle of the track and claimed the victory in 11.09 (+3.2) to become the fastest all-conditions girl at the distance this season.
* Mia Brahe-Pedersen grabbed the 200m victory at her Oregon state meet
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And yet, Brahe-Pedersen wasn't finished.
The Lake Oswego sophomore faced the competition in the girls 200m. She came off the turn leading the field and blasted down the homestretch to clock a wind-legal 23.25 (0.4). Brahe-Pedersen was just off her personal best of 23.23 which she set at Hayward Field at the Oregon Relays in April.
With Brahe-Pedersen's contributions, Lake Oswego also won the 4x100m with a 46.87.
Throughout the 2022 season, Brahe-Pedersen posted some of the top nation's marks.
She was coming off a win from the Nike Indoor Nationals in the 200m with a 23.44. She was the second-fastest sprinter in that distance during the indoor season.