Rhea, New Jersey State Champ and 2019 New Balance Nationals Indoor 55m hurdles winner, finished second in the 110 meter hurdles race with a time of 13.81. Andre Turay getting the victory by .01 with his 13.80 after the two went step for step down the straightaway.
Both running with a wind reading of just .01 put down US#2 and US#3 performances this season on the wind legal US rankings and still rank US#4 and #5 when considering the all conditions list.
What a race!
West Side's Jakai Coker, the top NJ returner from last spring in the 400m hurdles, won the event with a time of 55.28, his teammate Jarrett Gentles in second with a 56.20 (Watch Here). In a tough double Jarrett Gentles also finished second in the 300m hurdles at 39.59 (Watch Here). West Side also had a good showing in the shot put thanks to Prince Okituama who finished seventh with a 42-01.5.
Her Kent Place teammate Miranda Lorsbach, a freshman, ran a strong double finishing second place in the 1600m with a PR time of 5:20.04 and winning the 3200m run at 11:31.46 taking over the state lead!