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Gov. Livingston Advances 6 Athletes to NJSIAA Indoor Track Meet of Champions

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Pictured (l to r): Evan Stuart placed sixith in 400 M; Brandon Monroe placed second in High Jump and Andrew Aguiliera placed 5th in 55 Hurdles. Credits: A. Stuart
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TOMS RIVER, NJ - Gov. Livingston’s track team advances six athletes to the NJSIAA Winter Track Meet of Champions to be held Feb. 27 at the John Bennett Indoor Sports Center in Toms River.  Seniors Brandon Monroe, Andrew Aguiliera, Evan Stuart, Michelle Almeida and juniors Leah Saifi and Brian Rubenstein finished among the top six in their respective NJSIAA Group 2 Championship events at the John Bennett Indoor Sports Center on Saturday.

In the Boys High Jump, senior Brandon Monroe cleared a height of 6-02 in order to take second place in the event.  While it was not his personal best, he has hopes that time off will prepare him for the Meet of Champions at which he hopes to excel.

Leah Saifi cleared 11-06 in Pole Vault to take second place. 

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Brian Rubenstein, a junior, had a third place finish in Pole Vault clearing 13-06, a personal best. 

Michelle Almeida placed fifth in Shot Put with a throw of 36-09.75.

Andrew Aguiliera placed fifth in the 55 Meter Hurdles with a time of 8:02.

Evan Stuart placed sixth in the 400 Meter Dash with a time of 52.31.

Other notable finishes include: 

Leah Saifi finished 7th in Pole Vault clearing 10-00.

Andrew Aguiliera placed 11th in the 55 Meter Dash with a time of 6.88.

Nicole Trezza, Kylie Accardi, Cristal Vilasoa and Kristen Splaine placed 12th in the 4 X 400 with a time of 4:13.52.

Kenedi Facey placed 15th in High Jump clearing 4-10.

 

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