Irvington HS boys’ track athletes enjoy fine efforts at Penn Relays

From left, Irvington High’s Peter Dummerand, Al'Nazir Blackman, Craig Bradley, Charles Felton Golden ran 46.65 and placed sixth in the 4x100 heat at the Penn Relays.
From left, Irvington High’s Peter Dummerand, Al’Nazir Blackman, Craig Bradley, Charles Felton Golden ran 46.65 and placed sixth in the 4×100 heat at the Penn Relays.
From left, Irvington High’s Jhamir Applewhite, Brandon Moreno, Da’John Graves, and Jason Cills pose at the 122nd Penn Relays in Philadelphia, Pa. They ran their fastest time in the 4x400 at the meet.
From left, Irvington High’s Jhamir Applewhite, Brandon Moreno, Da’John Graves, and Jason Cills pose at the 122nd Penn Relays in Philadelphia, Pa. They ran their fastest time in the 4×400 at the meet.

IRVINGTON The Irvington High School boys’ track and field 4×100-meter and 4×400-meter relay teams enjoyed fine efforts at the 122nd Penn Relays at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pa. on Saturday, April 30, on the third and final day of the meet.

Peter Dummerand, Al’Nazir Blackman, Craig Bradley, and Charles Felton Golden ran 46.65 and placed sixth in their 4×100 heat that was won by Kingston College of Jamaica.
Jhamir Applewhite, Brandon Moreno, Da’John Graves, and Jason Cills ran 3:42.8 in their 4×400 heat for their fastest time of the season.

“Both teams gained a lot of experience competing against some of the best runners in the nation,” said IHS boys’ head coach Marvin Hawkins.

The IHS boys’ and girls’ teams will gear up for the Essex County Relay Championships at Livingston High School on Friday, May 6.

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