Lancers Track Team in First Place After Day One of NJSIAA Championship


Editor's Note: This article was updated at 12:52 a.m. on May 24 to include information from Day Two: NJSIAA Group IV Section. 

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Lancer athletic department has announced that yesterday, junior Kari DiTonno, captured the NJSIAA Group IV Section I championship in both the pole vault and the 400 hurdles by finishing in first place at the sectional championship at Randolph High School.

Additionally, senior Annie Werner was the best performer in the javelin, and she too was crowned sectional state champion yesterday at Randolph.

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The meet continues today at Randolph with the girls team in first place after the first day of competition.

"The best of luck to Annie and Kari today along with the remaining Lancer boys and girls team members," said Lancer Athletic Director Patrick Genova in the Saturday edition of Lancer Flash News.

Day Two: NJSIAA Group IV Section

Two more NJSIAA Group IV Section Champions were crowned on Saturday at Randolph High School in the state track meet.

"Congratulations to Osasha London, who won the high jump and to Matt Scavetta who won the pole vault competition," said Genova in a later edition of the Saturday Lancer Flash News. "Great stuff and congratulations once again to both Osasha and Matt."

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