District 10 track and field performers star at Butler Invite

   April 14, 2012 4:35 pm    0

 

District 10 track and field athletes, led by several jumpers and the Hickory throwers, had a big day with 10 event wins Friday at the Butler Invitational.

Among the most impressive performances were those turned in by Cathedral Prep’s Joe Oduho and McDowell’s Anna Chodubski in the long jump.

Oduho, the defending D-10 Class AAA champion, won the long jump with a remarkable leap of 23 feet even. Meanwhile, Chodubski, the defending D-10 AAA girls champ, won the Butler long jump with a jump of 18 feet. Both Oduho and Chodubski placed third in the PIAA in 2011.

Oduho led D-10’s top-three sweep in the long jump, as Prep’s Malik Moffett (22-5 1⁄4) placed second and McDowell’s De’vion Tate (21-11 3⁄4) took third. Tate also placed third in the triple jump (44-7 1⁄2).

Like Tate, Chodubski claimed third in the triple jump (36-3) Friday.

In the high jump, Jeremy Jancso of West Middlesex placed first, Kevin Gardner of Fort LeBoeuf took second and John Mudrey of Hickory finished third. The three tied with a height of 6-4, but Jancso had the fewest misses.

McDowell’s Chad Ackerman won the pole vault with a height of 13-0. West Middlesex’s Luke Patten placed second with 13-0, but he had more misses.

Grove City cross country standout Dan Jaskowak also had a big day, winning the 800 meters in 1 minute, 57.41 seconds and the 1,600 in 4:22.05. Fort LeBoeuf’s Matt McWilliams placed second in the 800 (2:00.72).

Hickory’s Matt Bell won the shot put with a distance of 57-1 1⁄2, beating teammate and runner-up Luke Lewis (51-11) by more than 5 feet.

The Hickory girls, as usual, dominated the throwing events. The Hornettes swept the top three spots in the discus, thanks to Taylor Woods (138-1), Lauren Lubarski (136-1⁄2) and Jennifer Neider (119-1). Neider won the shot put (41-8), followed closely by Woods (41-2), and Lubarski took second in the javelin (131-9).

Lubarski added a runner-up finish in the high jump (5-4).
The final D-10 winner was the Grove City’s girls 1,600 relay team (4:09.52) of Eliza Lowe, Abby Casalnova, Lauren Decker and Cara Buccini.

Meanwhile, McDowell’s Stephen Deak turned in an impressive time of 49.75 seconds while placing second in the 400. Villa Maria’s Grace Trucilla placed third in the 800 (2:23.40).

Team results were not available. Check out the results.

BUTLER — District 10 track and field athletes, led by several jumpers and the Hickory throwers, had a big day with 10 event wins Friday at the Butler Invitational.
Among the most impressive performances were those turned in by Cathedral Prep’s Joe Oduho and McDowell’s Anna Chodubski in the long jump.
Oduho, the defending D-10 Class AAA champion, won the long jump with a remarkable leap of 23 feet even. Meanwhile, Chodubski, the defending D-10 AAA girls champ, won the Butler long jump with a jump of 18 feet. Both Oduho and Chodubski placed third in the PIAA in 2011.
Oduho led D-10’s top-three sweep in the long jump, as Prep’s Malik Moffett (22-51⁄4) placed second and McDowell’s De’vion Tate (21-113⁄4) took third. Tate also placed third in the triple jump (44-71⁄2).
Like Tate, Chodubski claimed third in the triple jump (36-3) Friday.
In the high jump, Jeremy Jancso of West Middlesex placed first, Kevin Gardner of Fort LeBoeuf took second and John Mudrey of Hickory finished third. The three tied with a height of 6-4, but Jancso had the fewest misses.
McDowell’s Chad Ackerman won the pole vault with a height of 13-0. West Middlesex’s Luke Patten placed second with 13-0, but he had more misses.
Grove City cross country standout Dan Jaskowak also had a big day, winning the 800 meters in 1 minute, 57.41 seconds and the 1,600 in 4:22.05. Fort LeBoeuf’s Matt McWilliams placed second in the 800 (2:00.72).
Hickory’s Matt Bell won the shot put with a distance of 57-11⁄2, beating teammate and runner-up Luke Lewis (51-11) by more than 5 feet.
The Hickory girls, as usual, dominated the throwing events. The Hornettes swept the top three spots in the discus, thanks to Taylor Woods (138-1), Lauren Lubarski (136-1⁄2) and Jennifer Neider (119-1). Neider won the shot put (41-8), followed closely by Woods (41-2), and Lubarski took second in the javelin (131-9).
Lubarski added a runner-up finish in the high jump (5-4).
The final D-10 winner was the Grove City’s girls 1,600 relay team (4:09.52) of Eliza Lowe, Abby Casalnova, Lauren Decker and Cara Buccini.
Meanwhile, McDowell’s Stephen Deak turned in an impressive time of 49.75 seconds while placing second in the 400.
Team results were not available.District 10 track and field athletes, led by several jumpers and the Hickory throwers, had a big day with 10 event wins Friday at the Butler Invitational. 

Among the most impressive performances were those turned in by Cathedral Prep’s Joe Oduho and McDowell’s Anna Chodubski in the long jump.

Oduho, the defending D-10 Class AAA champion, won the long jump with a remarkable leap of 23 feet even. Meanwhile, Chodubski, the defending D-10 AAA girls champ, won the Butler long jump with a jump of 18 feet. Both Oduho and Chodubski placed third in the PIAA in 2011.

Oduho led D-10’s top-three sweep in the long jump, as Prep’s Malik Moffett (22-51⁄4) placed second and McDowell’s De’vion Tate (21-113⁄4) took third. Tate also placed third in the triple jump (44-71⁄2).

Like Tate, Chodubski claimed third in the triple jump (36-3) Friday.
In the high jump, Jeremy Jancso of West Middlesex placed first, Kevin Gardner of Fort LeBoeuf took second and John Mudrey of Hickory finished third. The three tied with a height of 6-4, but Jancso had the fewest misses.

McDowell’s Chad Ackerman won the pole vault with a height of 13-0. West Middlesex’s Luke Patten placed second with 13-0, but he had more misses.

Grove City cross country standout Dan Jaskowak also had a big day, winning the 800 meters in 1 minute, 57.41 seconds and the 1,600 in 4:22.05. Fort LeBoeuf’s Matt McWilliams placed second in the 800 (2:00.72).

Hickory’s Matt Bell won the shot put with a distance of 57-11⁄2, beating teammate and runner-up Luke Lewis (51-11) by more than 5 feet.

The Hickory girls, as usual, dominated the throwing events. The Hornettes swept the top three spots in the discus, thanks to Taylor Woods (138-1), Lauren Lubarski (136-1⁄2) and Jennifer Neider (119-1). Neider won the shot put (41-8), followed closely by Woods (41-2), and Lubarski took second in the javelin (131-9).

Lubarski added a runner-up finish in the high jump (5-4).
The final D-10 winner was the Grove City’s girls 1,600 relay team (4:09.52) of Eliza Lowe, Abby Casalnova, Lauren Decker and Cara Buccini.

Meanwhile, McDowell’s Stephen Deak turned in an impressive time of 49.75 seconds while placing second in the 400.
Team results were not available.

 

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