Walsh Leads Chatham to Second Place at Dodgertown Relays

John Walsh placed in hurdles, long jump and high jump for Chatham at Dodgertown Relays Credits: TAP Chatham

MADISON, NJ - Senior John Walsh was part of the winning shuttle hurdles relay team and also teamed up to place second in the high jump and long jump relays, leading Chatham to a second-place finish at the Dodgertown Relays on Saturday.

Chatham earned 47 points, placing second overall behind Livingston with 55 points.

The team of Walsh, Devesh Dajee, Harris Eisenhardt and Phil Heller clocked 1:07.47 to win the shuttle hurdles.

Varsity medal winners included: 4 X 100:  5th place;  team of Noah Walsh, James Langan, Harris Eisenhardt, Phil Heller:  46.53; 4 X 200:  4th place;  team of N. Walsh, Langan, Eisenhardt and Heller: 1:37.85; 4 X 400:  6th;  team of James Langan, Hunter Stusnick, Steve Bondurich, Noah Walsh3:50; Distance Medley:  4th place;  team of Dominic Vernazza, Steve Bondurich, Kevin Gesell, Parth Shah: 10:53.26; Sprint Medley:  3rd place;  team of Kevin Gesell, Dominic Vernazza, John Walsh, Nick Ferrone: 3:43; High Jump:  2nd;  team of John Walsh, Harris Eisenhardt: 11ft., 4 inches; Long Jump; 2nd;  team of John Walsh and Nick Ferrone;  39 ft, 2.25 inches;
Triple Jump;  4th;  team of Dylan Ott and Jason Alexis;  75 ft, .75 inches

Junior Varsity:

Distance Medley;  2nd;  team of Liam Hynes, Luke Malanga, Chris Schneider, Tanner Pentony12:04; 4 X 200:  2nd;  team of Devesh Dajee, Nick Ferrone, Dylan Ott, Jaylen Haye;  1:39.52

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