Nerinx Hall’s Collen Quigley and Peyton Chaney: Dreaming of State Titles and Trips to NYC


May 3, 2011
Nerinx Hall High School, Webster Groves, Missouri

Nerinx Hall High School’s duo of Peyton Chaney and Colleen Quigley claimed Kansas Relays titles in the 100 meters and 1600 meters, winning a leg of the Adidas Golden Stripes tour, allowing them a chance to claim a spot in the Dream High School 100 and Mile events at the Adidas Grand Prix Meet in New York City in June. Both will need to bring down their times to earn free trips to the Big Apple but they’re definitely capable. I sat down with them at Nerinx Hall in Webster Groves recently to discuss their seasons, careers, and possible trips to NYC. I also interviewed Collen with her father and Coach Gaylerd Quigley. They enjoy a relationship few get to experience. Chaney is a junior who runs the 100, 200, and 400 while Quigley is a senior who’s best at the 1600 and 3200. Quigley will compete for Florida State University next year, but before that she and Chaney will try their best to earn a state track and field trophy for Nerinx Hall.

Nerinx Hall High School junior Peyton Chaney
interview at the school in Webster Groves Missouri, May 3, 2011. Peyton Chaney
talks about how she got started in track and field, her 1st place finish
at the Kansas Relays 100m and the possibility of earning a trip to the 2011
Adidas Grand Prix for the Dream 100 meters with teammate Collen Quigley.


Nerinx Hall High School senior Collen Quigley
interview at the school in Webster Groves, May 3, 2011. Colleen talks about her
high school success, her great senior cross country season that included a
disappointing state meet but great finishes at Footlocker Regionals and
Nationals. She speaks about her performances at the Kansas Relays and the
possibility of qualifying for the Adidas Grand Prix Dream High School Mile in
New York City. She also talks about her college choice




Nerinx High School distance coach Gaylerd
Quigley and Nerinx senior Collen Quigley interview at the school May 3, 2011.
The Father and daughter duo talk about their relationship and their running
family. 

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