Gov. Livingston Union County Tournament Results

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Gov. Livingston girls track team placed fourth overall in last weekend's Union County Tournament in Jersey City.  Credits: Anne Hardina
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Gov. Livingston Boys 4 X 55 meter hurdles placed fifth at Union County Tournament. Team members: Andrew Aguilera, James Ruggiero, Tim Hardina and Evan Kaaret. Credits: Anne Hardina
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JERSEY CITY, NJ - Isabella Bjorkeson tied for first place in High Jump Relay with a jump of 5-00.00 at the Union County Relay Championship held on Jan. 10 at the Jersey City Armory.

The Lady Highlanders placed 4th overall with 20 points. [Behind first place Union Catholic with 66 points, second place Summit High School with 32 points and third place Rahway with 26.50 points.] Men placed 12th overall.

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7th in the Girls Distance Medley with a time of 13:58.82

7th in the Boys Distance Medley with a time of 11:38.09

5th in the Girls 4 X 51.5 Meter Shuttle Hurdle with a time of 35.92

5th in the Boys 4 X 55 Meter Shuttle Hurdle with a time of 33.83.

3rd in the Girls 4 X 800 Meter Relay Novice with a time of 11:29.94

8th in the Girls 4 X 200 Meter Relay with a time of 1:54.34

8th in the Boys 4 X 200 Meter Relay with a time of 1:39.77

7th in the Girls 4 X 800 Meter Relay with a time of 11:01.03

13th in the Boys 4 X 800 Meter Relay with a time of 9:45.80

4th in the Girls 1600 Sprint Medley with a time of 4:31.32

7th in the Boys 1600 Sprint Medley with a time of 3:53.52

9th in the Girls 4 X 400 Meter Relay with a time of 4:26.08

10th in the Boys 4 X 400 Meter Relay with a time of 3:52.88

Michele Almeida placed 5th in Girls Shot Put Relay with a toss of 31-09.25

Lauren Boyd placed 9th in Girls Shot Put Relay with a toss of 30-02.00

Kayla Laygo placed 12th in Girls Shot Put Relay with a toss of 28-07.50

Isabella Bjorkeson tied for first place in High Jump Relay with a jump of 5-00.00

Kenedi Facey placed 9th in High Jump Relay with a jump of 4-06.00

Brandon Monroe placed 8th in High Jump Relay with a jump of 5-06.00

John Bittner placed 11th in High Jump Relay with a jump of 5-03.00

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