Weh, Wint double up on gold for Haverford
Gold was the medal of the day for Haverford High’s Curtis Weh and Chasen Wint, and Penn Wood’s Timmy Odunjo in the Division 1 portion of the weekly Track and Field Coaches Association of Greater Philadelphia meet at Lehigh University Sunday.
Weh won the long jump
(19-11). Wint took first in the shot put (47-1 ½) and Odunjo captured the triple jump (41-6 ½).
Haverford had a solid day. Michael Moffett was third in the triple jump, while Jack Roth took sixth in the high jump. Haverford also was third in the
4 x 200 and sixth in the 4 x 400.
Jordin Jones was second in the long jump, Madda Ngaima placed third in the
60 hurdles and Tayvon Williams was fourth in the 200 for Penn Wood. The Patriots also took second in the
4 x 800.
Gbarwho Flahn was second in the 200 to highlight Upper Darby’s day. Teammate Aaron Williams was third in the 200, and Eric Gurnell was sixth in the pole vault. The Royals placed fifth in the 4 x 400.
Chester took third in the
4 x 200.
In Division II, Haverford School’s Petey Lemmon won the shot put
(43-6 ½), Anthony Billups was first in the triple jump
(41-1) and Ryan O’Donnell of Penncrest captured the high jump. Radnor won the
4 x 800, while Penncrest was first in the DMR.
Chichester’s Dominick Brown 9400), Radnor’s Luke O’Malley (800), Michael Remy (mile) and Nicholas Schneider (shot put) of Springfield and Penncrest’s Josh Senackerib (3,000) all claimed silver medals. Bronze was won by Seamus McCloskey
(400) of Haverford School and Academy Park’s Ismael Americain (800).
Penncrest had a solid day. Lorenz Aparentado took fifth in the long jump. Christian Messan was fifth in the triple jump, and George Grable placed sixth in the 3,000. The Lions also finished fifth in the 4 x 400 and 4 x 800, and sixth in the 4 x 200.
Interboro’s Justin Robinson (60 hurdles), Academy Park’s Ian Francis (400) and Chichester’s Darren Zheng (shot put) finished fourth in their respective events. Other medal winners included Springfield’s Andrew Fox (sixth in 800), Haverford School’s Jack Ballinger (fifth in the
3,000), Gianni Sarget from Academy Park (sixth in
200) and Sikander Bachhal, Marple Newtown (fifth in shot put).
On the relay side, Academy Park was fourth in the 4 x 800, while Springfield placed sixth. Haverford School was fifth in the DMR followed by Radnor in sixth place.