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Flyers Compete at USATF NJ Junior Olympic State Championships in Plainfield, NJ

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Westfield Flyers Boys and Girls Age 13-14 Age Division 4 x 100m Relay Teams.
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On Saturday and Sunday, June 9 and 10, the Westfield Area Y Flyers competed in the USATF Junior Olympic State Championships held at Hub Stine Stadium in Plainfield, NJ.  Three athletes were state champions in their respective events.  The top six athletes from each event earned a spot to compete at the USATF Region 2 Olympic Championship to be held July 12-15 in Ewing, NJ. Below are the 19 athletes that had top six finishes:

 

Girls 8 and Under Division:

Jasmine Parran -  3rd in 1500m Run and 4th in 800m Run

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Boys 8 and Under Division:

Jackson Folvik - 1st in Javelin

Millen Dhimen - 2nd in Javelin and Shot Put

 

Girls 9-10 Division:

Madeline Bonn - 1st in High Jump

Grace Gloster - 4th in 200m Run

 

Boys 9-10 Division:

Lucas Costa - 3rd in Javelin and 4th in High Jump

 

Girls 11-12 Division:

Elizabeth Koizumi - 1st in 1500m Race Walk

Emma Muir - 3rd in Javelin

 

Boys 11-12 Division:

Gabriel Costa - 6th in High Jump

 

Girls 13-14 Division:

Alexandra Bonn - 2nd in Triple Jump, 5th in 100m Hurdles, 4th in 200m Hurdles

Emma Howlett - 4th in Discus and 4th in Shot Put

Emily Martinez, Abigail Granrath, Julia Skultety, Claire Flagg - 5th in 4X100m Relay

 

Boys 13-14 Division:

Damien Scouloukas - 6th in 100m Hurdles

Bryan Tucker - 2nd in Javelin

Caudell Cajuste, Damian Skouloukas, Gyrord Gregoire,  Bryan Tucker - 5th in 4x100m Relay

 

The Westfield Area Y Flyers Track Club is a USATF-certified club that serves over 700 athletes throughout the year. The Club has cross country, winter conditioning, and spring and summer track & field programs in Westfield and Cranford.  For more information visit the team website www.yflyerstrackclub.com or contact Greg Hatzisavvas at 908-233-2700 x251 or ghatzisavvas@westfieldynj.org.

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