Track & Field: Saline Boys Cruise to Victory Over Ypsilanti

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The Saline boys' track and field team won all but two events in a 123-13 victory over Ypsilanti Tuesday at Saline High School.

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Junior James Harrison (800 and 1600) and senior Ian Hanby (shot put and discus) were double winners for Saline.

Kendal Cherry won the 100-meter dash in 11.67 seconds. Caden Winston (11.9) was second and Kai Brown (12.03) was third. 

Andrew Victoria won the 200-meter dash in 23.73 seconds. Blake Wilson was second (25.04) and Wynter Burnett (25.24) was third.

Bobby Huckabone won the 400-meter race in 52.91 seconds. Emmett Berryhill (53.66) was second and Nicholas Walper was third (54.56).

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James Harrison won the 800-meter race in 2:01.56. Jason Whitton (2:02.07) was second and Joseph Fedoronko (2:05.3) was third. 

Harrison also won the 1600-meter event in 4:28.66. Fedoronko (4:29.43) was second and Luke Crowner (4:39.81) was third.

Max Pfeiffer won the 3200 in 9:59.65. Truman Johnson (10:31.79) was second and the busy Fedoronko (10:58.9) was third.

Ian Gifford won the 110-meter hurdles in 16.97 seconds. Christopher Cappello was second (17.17) and Travis Crigger was third (18.71). Ypsilanti's Lamone Scott-Neal won the 300-meter hurdles in 44.87 seconds. Kai Brown was second in 45.97 seconds and Christopher Cappello was third in 47.13 seconds.

Saline won all four relays, including a photo-finish 4-by-100 relay won by a thousandth of a second.

In the field, Ian Hanby threw 46-01.5 in the shotput to win. Garrett Beazley (40-04) was second and Andrew Hartley (39-00) was third. Hanby won the discus with a throw of 144-09. Beazley (120-03) was second and Maximo Tolmoff (86-09) was third. 

Brayden Stavros won the long jump with a leap of 19-oo.25. Nicholas Borneo (17'06.25) was third.

Dolan Gonzales cleared 12 feet to win the pole vault. Eric Umberger was second (8-00). Ypsilanti's Derrick Hatley cleared 5-08 to win the high jump. Stewart Berryhill (5-06) was second and Jaden Pickett (5-06) was third.

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