Record-Setting Day for Big Red @ Lavino Relays

Jan. 12 was a stellar day for Big Red as Lawrenceville hosted the 48th annual Lavino Relays. Competing against student-athletes from 33 New Jersey and Pennsylvania high schools. Highlights included:
 
Third Place Girls’ Distance Medley Relay: 12:44.84 New School Record!
Captain Margaux Terrasson, Grace Faircloth, Carolyn King, and Kiera Duffy smashed the Lawrenceville record in this event by 26 seconds. The quartet is now ranked eighth in New Jersey and 22nd in the nation in this event. They’ve qualified – in both the distance medley relay and the 4x800- for the 85th Eastern State Championships to be held in New York City on February 19. The 4x800 team is also qualified for the 125th Penn Relays, to be held in Philadelphia on April 25-27. 
 
First Place Girls’ High Jump Relay: 10’6” New School Combined Field Event Record!
Captain Amy Arirguzoh and Jordyn Ford
 
First Place Girls’ Long Jump Relay: 33’3.5” New School Combined Field Event Record!
Amy Arirguzoh and Ashley Warren
 
First Place Girls’ High Jump: 5’6”
Amy Arirguzoh’s successful 5’6” leap qualified her for the 2019 Penn Relays. Aririguzoh also qualified for the New Balance Indoor Track and Field Nationals.
 
First Place Girls’ Triple Jump: 67’ 5.5”
Captain Kendall Onley and Isabella Ricardo teamed up to take home the gold in the triple jump relay.
 
Second Place Boys’ Sprint Medley Relay: 3:34.71
Bob Fish, William Murray, Jakob Kunzer and Robert Enck are now ranked third in New Jersey and fourth in the nation in this event. This time qualified them for the New Balance Indoor Track and Field Nationals, to be held in New York City on March 8-10.
 
Second Place Boys’ Long Jump Relay: 41’2”
William Murray and Bob Fish teamed up to take second in the long jump. They are both ranked in the top five in Mercer County, N.J., in this event.
 
 
For additional information, please contact Lisa M. Gillard Hanson, director of Public Relations, at lgillard@lawrenceville.org.
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