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EAGLE EXCELLENCE

Gabrielle and Kendall Williams also competed in the USA Track & Field Youth National competition, also held in late June in Edwardsville, Ill. Gabrielle brought home a third-place (800-meter) and fourth-place (400-meter) finish. Kendall took fifth place in the 1,500-meter.

Additionally, Eagles volunteer field coach Breanne Patterson competed in the USA Track & Field Open/Masters Championships held at California University of Pennsylvania, taking first place in both the shot put and discus.

For more on the Penn Hills Eagles, or to join the team, call 412-832-2005 or email PHeaglestrack@aol.com.


By The Tribune-Review

Published: Thursday, July 11, 2013, 9:45 a.m.

Members of the Penn Hills Eagles Track Club broke five Three Rivers Association records at the USA Track & Field Three Rivers Association Championships, held in late June at California University of Pennsylvania.

In the 4x400-meter relay (sub-bantam girls), the team of Carley Freeman, Haven McCoy-Lofton, Gabrielle Williams and Kendall Williams beat the previous record of 6:21:70 with time of 5:47:56.

In the mini-javelin (Sub-Bantam boys), Robbie Thomas, broke the previous record (58-09) with a throw of 64-06.

In the 4x400-meter relay (Sub-Bantam boys), the team of Maliek Davis, Jos Johnson, Kenyan Smith and Robert Thomas broke the previous record of 6:42:75 by more than 22 seconds, posting a time of 6:18:07.

In the 4x400-meter relay (Bantam boys), the team of Josiah McCoy-Morant, Jacques Moye, DaSean Washington and Joshua Williams broke the previous record of 4:58:40 with a time of 4:52:02.

Finally, in the 4x100-meter relay (Midget boys), the team of Noah Butts, Jason Jackson, Din Johnson and Devin McCoy-Morant shaved just about a half-second off the previous record (54.80), posting a time of 54.26.

Below are other top-five finishers from the meet across the age categories.

Sub-Bantam girls(6 to 8 years)

• Carley Freeman, second place 800-meter, third place 400-meter

• Onnikka McArthur, fourth place 1,500-meter and mini-javelin, second place shot put

• Haven McCoy-Lofton, fifth place mini-javelin

• Gabrielle Williams, first place 400- and 800-meter

• Kendall Williams, second place 1,500-meter

Sub-Bantam boys (6 to 8 years)

• Maliek Davis, fifth place 400-meter

• Andrew Harris, fifth place 1,500-meter

• Kenyan Smith, fourth place 100-meter, fifth place 200-meter

• Deydon Soto, second place 1,500-meter

• Jermaine Taylor, fifth place 800-meter

• Maliek Davis, Jos Johnson, Kenyan Smith, Robert Thomas, first place 4x100-meter

Bantam girls(9 to 10 years)

• Naomi Shaviss, fifth place 1,500-meter

• Leelynn Banks-Willoughby, second place 1,500-meter

Bantam boys(9 to 10 years)

• Loran Jackson, fifth place 100-meter, second place 200-meter

• Langston McArthur, third place shot put

• Josiah McCoy-Morant, fourth place 400-meter, fifth place 800-meter

• Jacques Moye, third place 800-meter, first place 1,500-meter

• Antonio Pitts, first place 200-meter, first place 400-meter

• Noel Roach, second place 400-meter, first place 800-meter

• Loran Jackson, Antonio Pitts, Noel Roach, Joshua Williams, second place 4x100-meter

Midget girls (11 to 12 years)

• Daeja Biggs-Chavis, third place shot put, fourth place discus and mini-javelin

• DeShaya Biggs-Chavis, third place 100-meter, fifth place 200-meter

• Destiny Douglass, third place discus

• DeShaya Biggs-Chavis, Anyah Clark, Destiny Douglass, Kiera Ward, first place, 4x100-meter

• Shaylynn Germany, Jazzmin Tate, McKenzie Thompson, Kiera Ward, second place 4x400-meter

Midget boys (11 to 12 years)

• Din Johnson, second place 400-meter

• Devon McCoy-Morant, first place 100- and 200-meter

• Noah Butts, Jakai Fielder, Jason Jackson, Khari Smith, first place 4x400-meter.

Youth boys (13 to 14 years)

• Jermel Ward, fifth place, 200-meter hurdles

Intermediate boys (15 to 16 years)

• Joe Bey, third place discus

• Tyler Deshon Carter, first place 110-meter hurdles, 400-meter hurdles, long jump and triple jump

Young men (17 to 18 years)

• Donald Fitzgerland, fifth place 800-meter, second place 1,500-meter, first place high jump

• Samual Shaviss, fourth place 110-meter hurdles, third place 400-meter hurdles

• Rashad Taliferro, fourth place 800-meter, first place racewalk 3,000-meter

 

 
 


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