The Timber Creek boys sprint their way to their 7th all-time group championship! This was their second straight title and their sixth in the last 7 years.
Speed is the appropriate word here, and Timber Creek has a lot of it. In the 100m Dash alone the team amassed 16 points led by Adonis Jennings 10.76 second place finish, just .02 off of his personal best of 10.74. Jamaad Muse (10.91) and Kareem Ali (10.97) finished third and fifth.
Jamaad Muse wasn't done there he had an all-star weekend with 26 individual points. Muse won the 200m Dash with a 22.06 and placed first in the 400m with a new season best NJ#2 time of 47.66.
Kevin Hagamin may have had an unfortunate sectional DQ experience missing out on the 110m hurdles as the state leader; however he took full advantage of his fresh 400m Hurdles race. With a personal best time of 54.92 Hagamin took gold for Group 3 adding 10 points to the total.
The sprinters weren't the only ones doing work though; Dominick Munson took fourth in the 1600m with an impressive 4:16.56, a personal best and NJ#22 this year. There was an 8 point field effort as well. Solomon Potter took third in the discus with a mark of 146-9, and Tyler Davis-Rozycki placed fifth in the pole vault with a personal best tying vault of 13-6.
The relays were an important factor for Timber Creek, 24 points came through the baton over the weekend. The boys took first in the 4x100m with a weekend leading time of 42.46, the fastest from both Group meets. They also took first in the 4x400m, 3:19.90, and fourth in the 4x800m, 7:59.37.
Timbert Creek's Performance Breakdown