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Somers Runs at Penn Relays

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From left:  Hannah Norowitz, Andrea Polvere, Danielle Ericson and Katie Melly ran a season best 4:15.18 in the 4x400-meter relay at the Penn Relays. Credits: John Vegliante
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PHILADELPHIA, P.A.— Somers sent four relay teams to the Penn Relays in Philadelphia this past week.

The girls relays ran a season best in both races. In the 4x100-meters, Michelle Rosenblum, Shayla McJunkin, Jane Kaufman and Andrea Polvere clocked in at 52.81 seconds.

The team of Hannah Norowitz (63.9), Katie Melly (63.0), Danielle Ericson (65.4) and Polvere (62.4) finished in 4:15.18 in the 4x400-meter relay.

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For the boys, the 4x100-meter team of Bruno Mendes (11.3), Hunter Goldman (11.4), Numan Maloney (11.9) and Jake Graham (12.2) clocked in at 46.69.

The 4x400-meter team of Alex Harwood (53.32), Michael Panzarino (54.21), Mark Worsley (54.67), and William Walsh (57.92) finished in 3:40.1.

Somers also sent some athletes to the Beacon Steeplefest Jumpfest on Thursday, April 28.

Matt Fusco placed third in the 2,000-meter steeplechase in a time of 6:31.40. Thomas Hannon was ninth in the steeplechase in 6:56.30. The duo combined to win the steeplechase relay. Christopher Hannon was 12th in the steeplechase, clocking in at 7:09.90.

The Tuskers had three athletes place well in the shot put in Liam Petri (sixth, 37-11), Erik Hagenah (eighth, 37-06 1/2) and James Lucadamo (14th, 34-05 3/4). Michael Altieri placed eighth in the pole vault with a leap of 9-0.

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