Haldane Travels to Loucks Games

Track and field team sets new school records

Competing in what coach AJ McConville said “is arguably one of the best high school track and field events on the East Coast,” the Haldane Blue Devils visited White Plains High School on Friday, May 8, and again on Saturday, May 9, to compete in more than nine events at the Loucks Games. Haldane athletes set a few new Haldane School records and personal records.

Abbey Stowell set a school record in the girls’ pentathlon with her performances in the 100-meter high hurders (17.11), high jump (4’6.25),   long jump (14-6), shot put (28-7) and 800 (2:45.12).

Marina Martin set a Haldane record in the girls’ 400-meter dash, finishing in 62.75.

The 4×800 Tri-State team of Kaitlyn Phillips, Alii Sharpley, Ruby McEwen and Taylor Farrell cut 20 seconds off the school record with a time of 10:35.78.

And Nick Farrell set a new Haldane record for the mile in 4:36.63.


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