Ferrone Sets Another Chatham Track Record at Cliff Back Invitational

Nick Ferrone on his way to setting another Chatham school record Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham's Ed Dennerlein wins another shot put event Credits: Glenn Clark
Grant Hauck takes third place in 3200 Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham runners ready for start of the race at the Back Invitational Credits: Glenn Clark
Chris DeSante throws the shot for Chatham at Back Invitational Credits: Glenn Clark
Nick Ferrone breaks his own sprint record for Chatham Credits: Glenn Clark

MADISON, NJ - Nick Ferrone broke his own Chatham High school record in the 55-meter dash, placing third in 6.83 at the Cliff Back Invitational held at Drew University on Friday.

Ferrone set the previous mark of 6.84 during a meet December.

Chatham senior Ed Dennerlein won the shot put with a throw of 49 feet, 8 1/4 inches and Grant Hauck ran third in the 3200 meters in 10:02.43.

Other highlights for Chatham included Steve Bondurich, who cleared 10 feet in the pole vault for a personal record, finishing sixth. Bondurich also ran sixth in the 400-meter race in 53.69.

Kevin Gesell placed sixth in the 800 in 2:04.57 and fifth in the 400 in 53.23. Will Mitchell finished third in the 1000 in 2:43.

JV Highlights for Chatham:
800;  Colin Lodsdon; 1st in 2:14.45
         Chris Schneider;  2nd in 2:14.95
         Paul Malatesta;  6th in 2:17.45
High Hurdles: Jason Alexis; 5th in 9.34
55 Meters:  Jaylen Haye; 1st in 7.19
                   Jason Alexis;  5th in 7.54
Frosh Shot Put: Max Benedict;  5th at 31 feet, 11.5 inches

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