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Gov. Livingston Track and Field Take The Podium At Dodgertown - Madison Relays

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 Boys Varsity Shuttle Hurdle Relay - GL placed second. Left to right -  Emilio Acevedo Junior , Andrew Aguilera Sophomore , James Ruggiero Senior.  and Evan Kaaret Senior Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Boys Varsity Javelin Relay - GL won fourth place. Jon Longo, Sophomore  (9th place) threw 122-1 and  James Ruggiero, Senior (4th place) threw 132-1. GL placed 4th overall. Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Boys Varsity Javelin Relay - GL won fourth place. Left to right - Jon Longo, Soph  (9th place) threw 122-1 and  James Ruggiero, Senior (4th place) threw 132-1   GL placed 4th overall 9 - 254-2 Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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MADISON, NJ - .Gov. Livingston Boys Track and Field finished fifth overall (34 points) out of 16 schools that participated in the Dodgertown - Madison Relays on Saturday at Madison High School.

West Morris Mendham (54 points) placed first in team rankings followed by Chatham High School (48 points), Whippany Park (40 points) and Parsippany High School (37 points).

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Boys 4 X 110 Meter Shuttle Hurdle

Second Place (1:08.54) - James Ruggiero, Evan Kaarets, Emilio Acevedo and Andrew Aguilera

Boys 4 X 100 Meter Relay

Fifth Place (47:33) - Evan Stuart, Nick Deluca, Urim Marke and Andrew Aguilera

Boys 1600 Sprint Medley 200-200-400-800

Third Place (3:49.13)  - Eric Cerquiera, Andrew Aguilera, Evan Stuart and Kyle Brackman

Boys 4 X 400 Meter Relay

Sixth Place (3:47.28) - Andrew Aguilera, Evan Stuart, Doug Ladzinski and Tom Greenwald

Pole Vault

Fifth Place Girls Team Ranking with a Total Mark of 14-00.00 - Leah Saifi and Jessica Defranco

Second  Place (11-00.00)  - Brian Rubenstein

Fifth Place (10-06.00) -  Nick Deluca

First Place Boys Team Ranking with a Total Mark of 21-06.00 - Brian Rubenstein and Nick Deluca

Girls Long Jump

Second Place (16-08.50) - Isabella Bjorkeson

Fourth Place Girls Team Ranking with a Total Mark of 31-00.75 - Isagella Bjorkeson and Kennedi Facey

Girls High Jump

First Place (4-10.00) - Isabella Bjorkeson

Boys Triple Jump

Sixrth Place Boys Team Rankings with a Total Mark of 74-07.50 - Kilian Quinn and Frazier Rae

Boys Javelin Throw

Fourth Place (132-01) - James Ruggiero

Fourth Place Boys Team Ranking with a Total Mark of (254-02) - James Ruggiero and Jon Longo

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