Haye Wins Two Events; Oare, Dennerlein Set Personal Marks for Chatham Boys Track

Adam Oare set a personal record in the discus Credits: TAP Chatham
Jaylen Haye won the intermediate hurdles and the 200-meter dash for Chatham Credits: TAP Chatham

MENDHAM, NJ - Jaylen Haye won the intermediate hurdles and the 200-meter dash, and Adam Oare and Sam Dennerlein each set personal records for the Chatham boys track team in a 91-49 dual meet loss on Tuesday.

Haye won the intermediate hurdles with a time of 58.2 and the 200 in 22.9. Oare won the discus with a personal-best throw of 145 feet. Dennerlein won the shot put with a personal-record throw of 42 feet, six inches.

Matt Saluti also took first place for Chatham in the pole vault by clearing 10 feet.

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Chatham's second and third-place scorers included:
Intermediate Hurdles: Ian Higgins; 3rd; 61.0
100 meter; Vincent Avallone; 2nd in 11.4 and Aedan Joel; 3rd in 11.7
1600: Liam Cadden; 3rd in 4:30 (PR)
110 meter high hurdles; Ian Higgins;  3rd in 17.0
200 Meter; Vince Avallone; 3rd in 23.8
3200 meter; Bo Radaam; 2nd in 9:53
Shot Put; Adam Oare; 2nd in 40'9"
Discus:  Sam Dennerlein;  3rd in 94'
Javelin: Lucas Kianapoor; 3rd at 108'
Triple Jump; Ian Higgins; 3rd at 36'
Pole Vault: Phillip Wu; 2nd at 10 feet (PR)
High Jump: Thomas Walsh: 3rd at 5'8"

Other personal records:
Mike DePinto:  High Jump;  5'6"

Julian DeKeyser:  Pole Vault;  9'6"


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