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Walsh Tumbles and Recovers to Earn 4th Place for Chatham in Shuttle Hurdles

April 27, 2014 at 5:15 AM

MILLBURN, NJ - John Walsh gave the crowd at the Millburn Relays something to talk about when he fell going over the final hurdle, managed to roll to an upright position and crossed the finish line as Chatham turned in its best time of the season in the shuttle hurdles in 1:06.46.

Walsh teamed with Phil Heller, Harris Eisenhardt and Justin Corbitt to place 4th in the shuttle hurdles.

"It was John's finish that amazed the crowd when he fell going over the last hurdle, did a forward roll, came up running and finished with very little time lost," Chatham coach Patrick Barry said.

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Chatham's Distance Medley 4 X 800 team of Andrew Vena, Kevin Gesell, Parth Shah and Dominic Vernazza took first place in 8:15. 6.

The Cougars' 4 X 400 team of Kevin Gesell, James Langan, Andy Milone and Andrew Vena placed first in 3:29.9.

The results for Chatham:

4 X 1600:  5th place;  team of Will Mitchell, Grant Hauck, Liam Hynes, and Pat Mortensen; 19:14.92
4 X 100:  6th;  team of Noah Walsh, Nick Ferrone, Jaylen Haye, Phil Heller; 46.1
3 X 400 Intermedeate Hurdles: 3rd;  team of John Walsh, Justin Corbitt, Harris Eisenhardt;  3:04.71
Distance Medley:  6th;  team of Grant Hauck, Parth Shah, Dominic Vernazza and Will Mitchell;  11:08.3
High Jump:  John Walsh and Harris Eisenhardt;  11'6"
Long Jump;  6th  John Walsh, Nick Ferrone

Frosh/Soph Events;  (there were only 3 events in this category)
Frosh Shot Put:  2nd place;  John Burkard and Filip Bahunek-  63' 1.5"
Frosh/Soph Sprint Medley:  1st place;  Steve Bondurich, Nick Ferrone, Dylan Ott and Tanner Pentony;  3:58.29
Frosh/Soph 4 X 400:  1st place; team of Devesh Dajee, Nck Ferrone, Jaylen Haye, and Steve Bondurich3:42

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