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Gateway athletes compete at PIAA meet

| Sunday, May 28, 2017, 11:05 p.m.

Gateway athletes competed in five events at the PIAA track and field championships Friday and Saturday in Hershey.

Senior Kristen Greggerson competed in three events. She placed 18th in the shot put (36 feet, 9.5 inches), 16th in the discus (114-4) and 29th in javelin (111-4).

Senior Damion Reed took third place in his preliminary heat of the 300 hurdles Friday in 40.76 but failed to advance to the finals.

Freshman Macey Crawford ran 15.62 in the 100 hurdles prelim but failed to advance to the final in her PIAA debut.

In the 110 hurdles, senior Zion Burrell-Hall ran 16.23 in the prelim and failed to advance.

— Staff report

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