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Zarro Brothers and Stickle Threatening County Long Jump Record; McSorley Leads Girls to Win at Morris Hills Relays


RANDOLPH, NJ - Randolph’s boys track and field team has three members making a strong run to “Jump” into the Morris County record books.  In the three-man long jump event, Senior Anthony Zarro, Junior Greg Stickle, and Freshman Carlo Zarro have formed quite a team this season.

In a tri-meet against Chatham and West Morris, Anthony Zarro jumped 21-10-3/4, Stickle jumped 21-3, and Carlo Zarro jumped 21-2-1/4, for a team total of 64-4. This mark actually bested the Morris County record, which stands at 63-9-1/4.

However, for a mark to be considered official in terms of being a record, it must take place in a relay meet. With a similar performance in any of their upcoming meets, they will be able to write their names into the county record books.

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At the Morris Hills Relays, Nora May McSorley helped lead the girls track and field team to a first-place finish among 23 total teams.  McSorley, who is only a sophomore, anchored Randolph’s winning 4x800 relay team, which also consisted of Liz Wellman, Margaret Thomson, and Carole Harsch.  McSorley followed that up with a personal best (2:15.6) on the anchor leg of the runner up sprint medley.

Other first place finishers included the Girls Distance Medley Relay, whose team consists of Carole Harsch, Marley Brackelmanns-Puig, Marianne Loeken, and Margaret Thomson.  For the boys, who finished fourth overall out of 23 teams, a first place finisher was the Team Long Jump consisting of Anthony Zarro, Carlo Zarro and Greg Stickly at 59-8-2.  A record setting performance was turned in by the boys Team Intermediate Hurdles.  Colin McAlmont, Stephen Nalbach, and Dan Leanza posted a mark of 2:51.15 which is a new meet record besting a mark that stood since 2007.

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