Video courtesy of Mark Mirabelli.
On Saturday, to the rhythmic sounds of onlookers at the Burlington County Open, Rancocas Valley junior Nick Mirabelli threw the second farthest javelin mark in the county this season. His 213-05 performance holds a 12 foot lead in New Jersey and only trails South Carolina's US#1 Liam Christensen's 220-02 on the national rankings board.
Mirabelli is now fifth all-time in New Jersey, the state record held by Curtis Thompson of Florence Twp who won the NJSIAA Meet of Champions in 2014 on a 224-10 bomb.
The full javelin series for Nick Mirabelli is listed below. He also finished fifth in the discus with a mark of 142-01.
130-02 210-03 213-05 FOUL 209-06 FOUL
Top 8 finishers.
|1||Nickolas Mirabelli||11||Rancocas Valley Reg HS||213-05.00|
|2||Sam Gephart||11||Northern Burlington Reg. HS||157-01.00|
|3||Frank Stepnowski||12||Cinnaminson HS||155-04.00|
|4||Jack Vinzant||12||Northern Burlington Reg. HS||147-09.00|
|5||Ian Rodriguez||12||Pemberton Twp HS||145-11.00|
|6||Luke Schubert-Brown||11||Seneca HS||142-04.00|
|7||Dylan Thevanayagam||12||Cinnaminson HS||141-03.00|
|8||Jonathan Malone||11||Holy Cross HS||139-00.00|