She's qualified because: Better known by those close to her as "Jelly," she set school records in an accomplished program in the 200 (24.49) and 400 (55.37). Both ranked No. 2 in the Central Section for the season. In the section Masters, she placed second in both events in addition to running on winning 1,600 (3:50.17) and 400 (47.99) relays . The 1,600 time is No. 3 all-time in the section. The Tigers' 1,600 quartet also finished fourth in the state.