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Kevona Davis was in devastating form at her first ever Penn Relays competition.
The 15-year-old, running the second leg of the record-breaking 4x100m team, split 10.47.
Davis burned up the backstretch, which had Aneka Brissette of St. Jago, Roneisha McGregor of Hydel and Shakiera Bowra of St. Catherine.
Kasheika Cameron, who handed off to Davis, was timed in 12.18, Shellece Clark, on third leg, did 10.69 while Patrice Moody, 10.62secs, took them home in 43.96secs.
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