Girls Track Takes 6th In County Relays


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Track-Shabazz-WilliamsThe Verona High School girls track team finished in sixth place overall at the Essex County Relays on Friday but was the top point getter among small schools in the county. There were some significant times for the girls and the VHS boys team at the event, which was held at Livingston High School:

Second Place, 3 x 400m Hurdles (time 3:40.2): Sarah Conboy, Jordan Seubert and Jessica Williams

Third Place, Pole Vault (height 17′): Tara Hull and Cristina Calandra

Third Place, Discus (distance 167′): Dianka Moczula and Jasmine Okafor

Fifth Place, Shuttle High Hurdles (time 1:13.9): Sarah Conboy, Jordan Seubert, Madeline Burke and Jessica WilliamsTrack-Shabazz-Burke

Fifth Place, High Jump (height 8’9″): Jasmine Okafor and Angel Barkley

Fifth Place, Javelin (distance 172′): Christina Carlucci and Nell Karpinski

Sixth Place, Distance Medley (time 14:21): Sarah Conboy, Angel Barkley, Emily Petermann and Amanda Flores

The boys Sprint Medley team of Chris Sweeney, Matt Intili, Chris Valentine and Ryan Ramsthaler finished seventh with a 400m split of 50.2 for Sweeney in the race. Sweeney also had the second best performance of the 48 boys in the 400m hurdles, with a time of 57.4.
Photos of last week’s track meet against Shabazz High School are copyright Treesh Ramsthaler. Used by permission.

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