ROSEBURG — Summit junior Fiona Max ran the fastest girls high school 3,000-meter time in the country so far this season Saturday night.
Competing in the Bigfoot Pepsi’s Jim Robinson Invitational at Roseburg High, Max finished the 3,000 in 9 minutes and 46.16 seconds.
Max, the reigning Class 5A state champion in the 3,000 and 2018 state runner-up in the 1,500, set a personal record in the 3,000 Saturday by more than 14 seconds, according to Storm coach Dave Turnbull.
Going into Saturday, Heidi Nielson, a sophomore at Katy Cinco Rancho High School in Texas, owned the nation’s fastest girls outdoor 3,000 time of the season at 9:46.71, according to DyeStat.com.
— Bulletin staff report