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Jaguars Track Headed to Millrose Trials

January 14, 2014 at 11:54 PM

EAST ORANGE, NJ - For the first time in East Orange Campus High School history, the boys track team will head to the Millrose Games Trails in an effort to qualify for the big event in the high school boys’ 4x400 meter relay Wednesday at the New York Armory at 4 p.m. 

Coach Lance Wigfall will reach into his stable of runners and choose the top four sprinters from the quintet of Jermaine Flanagan Quamir Payton, Joseph Taylor-Amica, Cory Poole, and Haji Davis

Qualifying 4X400 meter relay teams will compete in the world renowned showcase of international talent on Sunday, Feb. 16, which will also be held at the Armory.

The Jaguars hope they can continue to produce the type of success that has gained the program a lot of attention during this season.

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