Haldane Track and Field Athletes Thrive on Wintry Weekend

Blue Devils compete in Beacon and Rockland County meets

By Patrick Farrell

Blue Devil track and field athletes headed north to Beacon on Thursday, April 23, to compete in the Beacon Jumpfest Track and Field Meet. With the weather changing into wintry conditions with occasional snow and temperatures dropping into the low 40s, Haldane athletes performed well in all events and set a few new Haldane School records.

On Saturday, April 25, Haldane athletes headed across the Hudson River to compete in the Clarkstown South Gold Rush Track and Field Meet in Rockland County. Athletes set a few new Haldane School records and competed in several events including discus, long jumps, 100-meter hurdles, team relays, 800-meter and the full mile. Trevor Van Brunt and Tobey Kane-Seitz made their debuts in the 200 intermediate hurdles. Great effort by all Blue Devils in both meets.

Photos by Peter Farrell


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