On the boys' side, the team finished first for the sixth year in a row. The 4x100 relay team consisting of sophomore Ewan Jack, freshman Jaeden Henry, junior Jelani Dean and junior Bryce Rhodeman led the way with a first-place finish and a broken school record with a time of 45.47.
Additional first-place finishes that helped propel Newark Academy to victory came from junior Pierce Malloy in the 1600 meter (4:39.10) and the 3200 meter (10:13.59), senior Dominik Tasse in javelin (127-09), junior Bryce Rhodeman in the high jump (5-07.00), and senior Christopher Keating, junior Luka Loncar, senior Clark Wagner and junior Kayin Davis in the 4x400 (3:42.71). With these top finishes came numerous broken personal records as well.
The girls' placed sixth with a score of 54. Senior Selah Dungey tied the standing school record for long jump with a jump of 17' 8'' which was previously set by Langdon Williams in 1997. This jump qualified Selah for the New Balance Nationals.
The Minutemen are looking to build on this success at the Essex County Relays at Livingston on Thursday, May 26.
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