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Prep Track Roundup - April 27

Thursday, April 26, 2018

New Jersey hosts Quad Meet (w/ Lexington & New York) - Results

Oregon @ Southwest Christian Invitational - Results

stmarysSt. Mary’s hosts Triangular Meet

Boys - The Bison hosted their first meet of the season yesterday. The weather in Western New York has postponed our track season and it was great to finally be able to compete. The Bison took on The Falk School and Maritime Charter School in a three way meet. Our meet against Falk last week was cancelled due to snow and cold temperatures. Our schedules allowed us to host a three way meet. It was a cold and rainy day which is not ideal but the Bison pushed through the elements and managed to perform quite well given the conditions and the fact that it was our first official meet as a team for all. Our next meet is May 2nd when we host Rochester School for the Deaf and Falk in another three way meet. (Contributed by Athletic Director Jim Carmody)

Long Jump: Isa Habeeb 15.00.50, Nick Barrus 17.08.50 (1st Place)
Triple Jump: Isa Habeeb 31.07.50, Nick Barrus 37.05.00 (1st Place)
Shot Put: Ryan Brzezinski 38.01.75 (1st Place)
Discus: Ryan Brzezinski 91.05 (1st Place)
100M: Givon Blackwell 13.83, Francis Nyguen 15.44
1600M: Kassim Kassim 7:23.45, Christian Lawrence 5:32.14 (1st Place)
400M: Ethan Antone 1:10.78, Isa Habeeb 1:20.00
800M: Kassim Kassim 3:27.21, Michael Norris 3:36.10
200M: Ethan Antone 29.04, Givon Blackwell 29.94
3200M: Christian Lawrence 12:51.21
4X400: Norris/Antone/Kassim/Blackwell 5:31.12
4x100: Barrus/Blackwell/Habeeb/Lawrence 59.14

Girls - After one of the worst starts to a spring track season in regards to weather I have ever been involved with, our Lady Bison were finally able to taste real competition in their first meet yesterday. We competed against the Maritime Charter School and the Stanley G. Falk School. Despite the wet and cold weather, the Lady Bison put their best foot forward. We had some veterans such as Cameron Cole and Kioney Alvira Juardo who stepped up in some unfamiliar events. Some rookies (Aleyshka Rivera Nieves and Tatyana Bean) were able to make an immediate impact despite the lack of experience. The Lady Bison won the meet and it should help with our confidence as we prepare for big ESDAA tournament in a few weeks. (Contributed by Head Coach Bryan Booke)

Long Jump: Kioney Alvira-Juardo 13-06.50 (1st Place)
Triple Jump: Kioney Alvira-Juardo 28-06.50 (1st Place)
Shot Put: Cameron Cole 25.03 (1st Place), Elise Watson 18-06
Discus: Cameron Cole 62.00 (1st Place)
100M: Kearah Kelly 15.26, Cassandra Cook 21.56
1600M: Kioney Alvira-Juardo 7:28 (1st Place), Tatyana Bean 11:28
400M: Kearah Kelly 1:26.2
800M: Aleyshka Rivera-Nieves 4:27
200M: Kearah Kelly 38.5
4X400: Rivera-Nieves,Watson,Bean,Cole 7:17
4X100: Kelly,Watson,Bean,Cole 1:15

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

americanAmerican @ East Windsor Invitational

Boys
200 Meters
19) Andrew Parent 27.83h
20) Dennis Atkinson 29.26h

400 Meters
12) Andrew Parent 1:07.21h

800 Meters
7) Jonathan Jenkins 2:35.56h

1600 Meters
12) Mohammed Alasadi 6:03.39h
15) Jonathan Jenkins 6:20.58h

3200 Meters
7) Mohammed Alasadi 13:04.96h
8) Jonathan Jenkins 13:54.88h

4x100 Relay
4) Relay Team 54.75h

4x400 Relay
3) Relay Team 4:36.67h

Shot Put - 12lb
12) Donate Pritchett 25-09.00

Discus - 1.6kg
16) Donate Pritchett 55-01.00

Long Jump
13) Jey Cruz 14-09.00
15) Joshua Robinson 14-00.00

Triple Jump
6) Jey Cruz 29-04.00
7) Joshua Robinson 28-02.50

Girls
200 Meters
18) Oriana Foss 35.05h
21) Craichelle Morrison 37.53h

Shot Put - 4kg
25) Kara-lee Lyle 15-06.00
27) Neila Eddy 11-07.00

Discus - 1kg
10) Kara-lee Lyle 47-00.00
19) Neila Eddy 23-04.00

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