RAMSEY, NJ - Hasbrouck Heights’ Kunga Tsering captured titles in the 110 Meter High Hurdles and the High Jump at the John Gallione Bergen County Freshmen Boys Championships held Wednesday afternoon at Ramsey High School.
Tsering had a busy day, placing in the top six in four events, jumping 17 feet 8 inches in the long jump, (good for sixth place) and 37 feet 11.25 inches in the Triple Jump (second place.)
Peter Garifalos took home top four finishes in the throwing events, finishing third in the shot put and discus and fourth in the javelin for the Aviators. Pablo Granados took home second in the 400 Intermediate Hurdles.
Tsering ran a 16.8 second time in the 110 Hurdles, while jumping 5 feet, 10 inches in the high jump to win those events.
Group 1 and 2 Boys 400 Intermediate Hurdles
1 Jack Juliana Glen Rock 1:05.3
2 Pablo Granados Hasbrouk Heights 1:07.3
Group 1 and 2 Boys 110 Meter High Hurdles
1 Kunga Tsering Hasbrouck Heights 16.8
Group 1 and 2 Boys 3200 Meter Run
1 Owen Long Westwood 11:47.2
2 Mizan Modak Hasbrouck Heights 11:51.0
4 Cole Sonzogni Hasbrouck Heights 11:58.4
Group 1 and 2 Boys High Jump
1 Kunga Tsering Hasbrouck Heights 5-10
Group 1 and 2 Boys Long Jump
1 Xavier Alvarez New Milford 18-9.5
6 Kunga Tsering Hasbrouck Heights 17-8
Group 1 and 2 Boys Triple Jump
1 James Gaurrylo River Dell 38-10.25
2 Kunga Tsering Hasbrouck Heights 37-11.25
Group 1 and 2 Boys Shot Put
1 Ayden Lyubimov Lodi 39-2.75
3 Peter Garifalos Hasrouck Heights 36-6.75
Group 1 and 2 Boys Discus
1 Ayden Lyubimov Lodi 102-3
3 Peter Garifalos Hasbrouck Heights 92-0
Group 1 and 2 Boys Javelin
1 Aaron Mosauruck Lodi 145-6
4 Peter Garifalos Hasbrouck Heights 116-3
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