SJTCA#2 Brought Exciting Showdowns, Caul Broke School Record

Alijah Caul threw 40-00 for a school record and NJ#5 this season.

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This one had many great performances and they came in bunches. During the 200m Dennisha Page, Jewel Ash, and Claire Pedrick all ran within .06 of each other and took over the NJ#3 through NJ#5 rankings. Page won running 26.02, Ash 26.06, and Pedrick 26.08!

In the 400m dash Jade Pope of Pennsauken and Claire Pedrick had another set of great times. Pope posted a 59.37 to now rank NJ#4 this season and Pedirck's time of 59.85 moved her up to NJ#8. 

Eastern Regional once again took Winslow head on in the shuttle hurdles relay, Eastern winning 32.69 to 32.70! Eastern already ranks NJ#2 with their 32.21 from opening day on December 14th. They also improved to NJ#6 in the 4x400m running 4:09.66 at this meet. 

Willingboro had a huge day in the high jump both boys and girls. On the girls side Kenady Wilson cleared 5-04 tied for NJ#4 so far. The boys saw teammates Kameron Smith and and Nate Robertson square off both finished with a height of 6-06 now ranked NJ#2 together, both a juniors. 

Devin Anderson of Mainland Regional now ranked NJ#4 thanks to his 22.68 in the 200m. 

Alijah Caul threw over 40-00 for the first time in the shot put, she's just the fifth girl to do so this season for New Jersey. She also broke a 36 year old school record with that mark!

In the boys SMR Haddonfield and Willingboro went NJ#1 and NJ#2 respectively running 3:44.22 and 3:46.76.