Bahunek 2nd in Javelin; Walsh 3rd in High Jump for Chatham on Day 1 of Morris County Boys Track Championships

Filip Bahunek, with coach Jason Mariano, placed second for Chatham in the javelin on Day 1 of the Morris County boys track championships Credits: Chatham boys track

BOONTON, NJ - Filip Bahunek set a personal record with a throw of 165 feet, 5 inches in the javelin to place second on Day 1 of the Morris County boys track championships on Tuesday at Boonton High.

Bahunek's throw beat his previous best throw by 15 feet.

Also placing for Chatham on Day 1 were: Thomas Walsh, who tied for third in the high jump by clearing 5 feet, 10 inches; Colin Logsdon, who placed fifth in the 1,600-meter run in 4:22.42, and Adam Oare, who took sixth in the discus with a throw of 135 feet, 4 inches.

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Other Notable performances for Chatham: Sam Dennerlein, 8th place in discus with a throw of 127 feet, 8 inches; Liam Cadden, 8th place in the 1,600 meter in a personal record of 4:26.86: 

Also for Chatham:
10th place: Jaylen Haye; 400 meter run; 50.88 PR
11th place:  Vincent Avallone: 400 meter run; 50.94
15th place:  Bo Radaam: 1600 meter; 4:31.44 PR
20th place:  Matt Stasiukevicius: 1600 meter; 4:35.92 PR
Paul Malatesta: 1600: 4:46.5 PR
Bryant Brown: 400: 55.0 PR
Christian Siauw: 400; 55.02 PR
Jack Burns: 400; 55.93 PR
Ian Higgins: Triple Jump; 37'4.5"
Matt Petruska; 100;  2.25 PR

Carson Storm; 100; 12.26 PR



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