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Penridge’s record day at Jim Kelly Invite – the reporter online

Penridge’s men’s athletic team set four first-place finishes and two tournament records in a spectacular performance at Jim Kelly Invitational in Hatboro Hosham on Thursday morning.

Speedster Joe Igant sprinted in a 100-meter dash and crossed the finish line in 10.9 seconds. This surpassed the previous record of 11.09 in the invitation.

Meanwhile, teammate Jared Hess set a tournament record on the field when he triple jumped to the 44’5 inch mark. This surpassed the previous best of the tournament, 44-1.

For Rams, Carter Arnais’ high jump cleared 6-2 to win, and the 4×100 relay entered a 43.56 victory time.

It was a great show for Central Bucks West.

Carter Fitzgerald set a tournament record at 800 with a time of 1: 52.10, surpassing the previous 1: 55.10. Bucks also took two miles as Erick Mas set the pace of victory at 9: 49.76.

Bucks won a 4×4 at 3: 23.55 and finished things on the track.

Host Hatboro Horsham was also well represented as the Hatters won the shuttle hurdle at 1: 11.04.

Austin Harrell recorded another Hatters victory with a long jump of 20-3.25.

Wisahikon’s Chase Bezea stayed on the track with 300 hurdles, defeating the field with a time of 41.23, and teammate Isaiah Mark won with a 400 of 48.79.

The Penridge girl also carried out that mission.

Nicole Lindon threw a javelin throw 99-8, giving Rams a victory on the field.

Victoria Angelo crossed at 45.91 and first captured at 300 hurdles.

To finish things off, the Penridge 4×400 relay overtook everyone with a victory time of 4: 02.08.

The Hatter Girl wiped out the shuttle hurdles with Hatboro by placing it first at 1: 11.59.

Emily Simco looked comfortable on the home track and won 1,600 at 5: 09.85. Also, for the Hatters, Lillian Dicola was first taken at 11: 22.41 and lasted longer than anyone at 3,200.

Uppermoreland won two long jumps (17-2.5) from Brooke Roban and a triple jump (35-10.25) from Gabriel Tyr.

CB West was double blessed with Mimi Duffy at 100 (12.5) and Annika Huber at the high jump (5-1), both of which won their respective events.

Jim Kelly Invitational

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Shuttle Hurdle: Hatboro Hosham, 1: 11.04; Disc Throw: Aidan Rollinson (Upper Moreland) 138-9; Running High Jump: Carter Arnice (Penridge) 6-2; Running Long Jump: Austin Hallel (Hatboro Hosham) 20-3.25 4 × 800 Relay: Central Bucks East, 8: 13.65; 300 hurdles: Chase Bezea (Wisahikon) 41.23; 100 Dash: Joe Igant (Penridge) 10.9 (Meet Record, 11.09); 1,600: Jack Charnecki (Council Rock North) 4: 38.43; Throw: Alex Stempin (Council Rock North), 139-3; 4 × 100 Relay: Penridge, 43.56; Stick High Jump: Evan Clark (CB East) 12-0; Three Steps: Jared Hess (Penridge) 44-5 (Meet Record, 44-1); 400: Isaah Marc (Wissahickon) 48.79; 100 Hurdle: Matthew Crow (Twin Valley) 14.98 (Meet Record, 15.13); 800: Carter Fitzgerald (Central Bucks West) 1: 52.10 (Meet) Record, 1: 55.10); Cannonball Throw: Kyree Butler (Upper Dublin) 49-11; 200: Shaun McCoullum (George Washington) 22.51; 3,200: Eric Mass (CB West) 9: 49.76; 4 × 400 Relay: CB West, 3 : 23.55.

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Shuttle Hurdle: Hatboro Hosham, 1: 11.59; 4 × 800: CB South, 9: 32.98; Throw: Nicole Lindon (Penridge) 99-8; Long Jump: Brook Roban (Upper Moreland) 17-2.5; Stick High Jump: Lena Perlmutter (Wissahickon) 10-6; 300 hurdles: Victoria Angelo (Penridge) 45.91; 100: Mimidaffy (CB West) 12.5; 1,600: Emily Simco (Hatboro Hosham) 5: 09.85; Cannonball Throw: Rear Eckley (Central Bucks) East) 39-7.5; 4 × 100 Relay: Quakertown, 50.01; 400: Saraan Miller (Twin Valley) 58.93; High Jump: Anika Huber (Central Bucks West) 5-1; Three Steps: Gabriel Tyr (Upper Moreland) 35-10.25 100 hurdles: Felicia O (CB South) 15.78; 800: Devon Sutton (CB East) 2: 21.41; 200: Nicole Eden (Council Rock North) 26.11; Disc Throw: Saraluis (Avinton) 103-11; 3,200: Lilian Dicola (Hatboro Hosham) 11: 22.41; 4 × 400 Relay: Penridge, 4: 02.08.

Penridge’s record day at Jim Kelly Invite – the reporter online

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