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Tigers Run at County Championships

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Sean Vincent turns a corner in the 3,200 meters. Credits: Paul Andrews
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ARMONK, N.Y.— North Salem’s varsity boys track and field team competed at Harrison on May 19 and Byram Hills the following day in the Westchester County Championships and posted some impressive results.

For the boys, the 4x800-meter relay team placed seventh in a time of 8:13.73. 
Jackson Van Kleeck was ninth in the 200-meter dash in a clocking of 23.67 seconds. Sean Vincent placed 11th in the 3,200 meters (10:15.85) and 13th in the 1,600 meters (4:37). Richard O’Leary was 15th in the 400-meter hurdles in 1:03.61 and also took 22nd in the javelin (108-3). Jake Wildhorn took 14th in the discus (101-10) and was 18th in the shot put (38-5 1/4).

The girls 4x800-meter relay team finished seventh in 10:14.28. Katie Mogg was 13th in the 200-meter dash (28.40) and 17th in the 100-meter dash (14.17).

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