Sch­nei­der sets record in mile at Mill­rose Games

Daily Times (Primos, PA) - - SPORTS - By Matthew DeGe­orge mde­ge­[email protected]­tu­ry­ @sports­doc­tormd on Twit­ter

Notre Dame’s Jes­sica Sch­nei­der placed sev­enth in the mile at the 112th Mill­rose Games Sun­day, set­ting a Delaware County in­door record in the process.

Sch­nei­der’s time of 4 min­utes, 52.35 sec­onds erased the mark of 4:52.44 set by Maria Seykora, a 2012 grad of Notre Dame. The time is fourth in Penn­syl­va­nia this sea­son and 13th in the na­tion, per pa.mile­

Strath Haven’s 4 x 800 re­lay took fifth, the team of Olivia Mal­ley, Mag­gie Forbes, Abby Loisell and Grace Forbes clock­ing in at 9:18.49. The time is sec­ond in PA (to Neu­mann-Goretti, which fin­ished third in 9:09.06) and fifth in the na­tion. The Saints are third in the na­tion.

Haver­ford School took home fourth place in the 4 x 200 re­lay, the squad of Dan Wha­ley, Guil­laume Lafor­est, Kevin Thomas and Daiyaan Hawkins stop­ping the clock in 1:31.08.

At the Catholic Cham­pi­onships:

Chris­tine Mancini took home a pair of gold medals, the Car­di­nal O’Hara se­nior win­ning the girls’ 800 and mile at Le­high Univer­sity.

Mancini won the 800 in 2:17.79, with team­mate Tara Shee­han sixth. In the mile, Mancini was quick­est in 5:41.95. She also an­chored O’Hara’s 4 x 200 re­lay to fourth place and the 4 x 800 to sec­ond. O’Hara fin­ished sec­ond in the team clas­si­fi­ca­tion with 85 points, well be­hind cham­pion Neu­man­nGoretti, which won three of four re­lays and was dom­i­nant enough to take all six scor­ing spots in the 400 me­ters.

O’Hara’s girls won the dis­tance med­ley re­lay, the squad of Syd­ney McWil­liams, Cather­ine League Haas, Eve­lyn Richards and Shee­han clock­ing in at

14:11.65. Katie Till, who was fourth to Mancini in the mile, took sil­ver in the 3,000, two spots ahead of team­mate Kait­lyn Durn­ing. Rachel Bon­fini gleaned four medals, fin­ish­ing sec­ond in the high jump, third in the long and triple jumps and fourth in the

60-me­ter hur­dles. Brid­get Ben­netta claimed fifth in the high jump and sixth in the


Bon­ner & Pren­der­gast fin­ished sixth in the girls com­pe­ti­tion with 37 points, pow­ered by a 1-2 fin­ish in the shot put. Han­nah Bier­ling won gold with a best throw of 33-11.75, and Jas­mine Pow­ell was the run­ner up. El­iz­a­beth Oladuso, who took sixth in the 60 hur­dles, an­chored the 4 x 200 re­lay to third place. Tay­lor John­son and Omo­tayo Ogun­biyi were on that re­lay and the 4 x 400 squad that took sec­ond.

Arch­bishop Car­roll, which fin­ished 10th in the team clas­si­fi­ca­tion, got its points in the field via Syd­ney Haye (fourth in the triple jump) and Jada Nem­b­hard (fifth in the long jump).

On the boys side, Kyle Love scored a gold medal, win­ning the 60-me­ter hur­dles in a states-qual­i­fy­ing 8.65 sec­onds. He added a sec­ond in­stall­ment of hard­ware by tak­ing third in the triple jump. Bon­ner & Prendie was fifth in the team stand­ings with

35 points, well be­hind win­ners La Salle (168, in­clud­ing top-six sweeps of both the mile and 3,000).

Bon­ner’s Chilekasi Adele was third in the shot put, and Nwabueze Onyemachi took fourth in the 60-me­ter dash. The Frairs were fourth in the 4 x 200 and DMR and sixth in the 4 x 800.

Car­di­nal O’Hara’s two team points came via DaNeal Williams and Eli­jah Bab­cock, sixth in the 200 and 800, re­spec­tively.

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