Summit High Track and Field Sends Seven to Meet of Champions After Weekend of Season, Personal Bests

Alysia Lopez
The 4x400m team of Claudia Piron, Emma Osborne, Jackie Kohaut and Sophie Piron.
The 4x100m team of Claudia Piron, Jackie Kohaut, Emma Osborne and Icisys Stadler.
Dorian Jackson
Claudia Piron, Icisys Sadler, and Emma Osborne.
Chris Heckelman

COLUMBUS, NJ - Competing in the Group 3 Finals at Northern Burlington County Regional High School, select members of the Summit High School Track and Field Team delivered a string of strong performances, highlighted by several personal bests, season bests, and a new school record.

Al told, seven Hilltoppers qualified for the upcoming Meet of Champions (MOC), which will be held June 10, also at Northern Burlington County Regional High School, beginning at 2 p.m.

Among the achievements at the Group 3 Finals: 

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Icisys Sadler, Fourth Place - 12.40 - Meet of Champions (MOC) qualifier
Sadler ran a personal best 12.37 in Prelims

Claudia Piron, Sixth Place - 12.46 - MOC qualifier


Emma Osborne, Fourth Place - 56.76 - MOC qualifier
Osborne's second-best time in her career - she holds record at 56.37

100m High Hurdles

Icisys Sadler, Eighth Place- 15.26 - MOC qualifier

Pole Vault

Alysia Lopez, 12th Place - 9'00'' - Personal Best Clearance


Emma Osborne, Claudia Piron, Jackie Kohaut, Sophie Piron - 3:58.29 - Seventh - MOC qualifier


Icisys Sadler, Claudia Piron, Jackie Kohaut, Emma Osborne - 47.63 - Second Place - MOC qualifier
The team's time is third-fastest in New Jersey and a new School Record



Jack Bunting, 10th Place - 49.57
Personal Best - seventh fastest time in School History


Chris Heckelman, Sixth Place - 4:20.00 - MOC qualifier
Heckelman's season-best time

Long Jump

Dorian Jackson, Third Place - 22'1.75" - MOC qualifier


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