Hornets sweep to Jensen Holiday Relays titles

J-D fourth in boys meet with wins from Liebmann, Cote

— Edziegwu was third among individuals in the 55-meter hurdles in 9.51 seconds as she and Anna Castro were second (19.66 seconds) to C-NS (19.49 seconds) on the team side, with J-D’s Patrece Martin and Manpreet Singh (20.81 seconds) in fourth. The Hornets also saw Chantal Brennan and Nicole Amico get second (15.97 seconds) to Mexico (15.85 seconds) in the 55-meter dash.

Meanwhile, in the 300-meter dash, F-M’s duo of Natalie Zazzara and Olivia Ryan were second, in 1:29.63, barely behind CBA, who saw Anna Schug, third among individuals in 43.10 seconds, and Hailey Dobbins win in 1:29.46. Castro and Shannie Nesher tied for fourth in the high jump, and paired with Megan Josephson to finish fourth in the long jump.

J-D managed to top F-M in the 1,000-meter run, with Emilee Carpenter second among individuals in 3:14.59 as she and Laura Wengert (3:19.36) finished second in 6:33.95, with F-M’s Jessica Howe and Megan Menz third in 6:35.77. Also for the Red Rams, Tangela Hightower and Salwa El Hindi were fourth in the shot put, with throws adding up to 58’1 ¼”.

ESM’s Nina Zesky won the individual high jump, clearing 5’4”, while Alexis Bennik cleared 7’6” for fourth in the pole vault, with Mia Montgomery third in the long jump as she went 15’ ½” and, with Savanna Taylor, finished sixth.

Meanwhile, in the boys Jensen Relays, F-M not only had to contend with Liverpool, but also J-D, who roared to fourth place with 44 points as ESM (12 points) tied for eighth.

J-D’s Zach Liebmann won the pole vault, clearing 14 feet, and joining Rob Murphy for a team title clearing 23’6” between them, leaving F-M’s Justin Jones (11’3”) tying for second place.

Not stopping there, Liebmann and Will Cote won the long jump, too, going 37’7 ½” between them as ESM’s duo of Tom Grayer and Jeremy McGrath were second, going 37’5 ¾”, just 1 ¾ inches behind. Cote also won the individual triple jump, going 39’8”as he and Matt Salbert were third (73’4 ¼”) on the team side.

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