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Tresean Goodwin won the 400-meter dash in 49.25 seconds and he teamed with Derrick Ingram, Nyder Chardonette and Davon Henry to take the boys 4 x 200 in 1:29.29 as Uniondale won the New Balance track and field Invitational championship at the Armory in Manhattan Saturday. The 4 x 200 time was the fastest in the state this season, and the second best in Uniondale history, coach Dennis Kornfield told Newsday.

The Knights also won the long jump relay behind efforts from Chris Armour (21-10.5) and Ingram (21-4.5) .

Kellenberg 2nd at Yale. Tyler Capozzoli, Raul McGee, Randall Turner and Dylan Murphy finished second in the 4 x 800 championship division at the Yale Invitational in 7:59.10, the fastest time on Long Island this season.


Uniondale's Britney Webley, Adrionnas Powell, Tawanda Francis and Francis Crystal Green set a meet record in the shuttle hurdle relay at the New Balance Invitational at the Armory, taking first in 33.31 seconds.

Gilbert sets record. Bay Shore's Jessica Gelibert broke the Suffolk record in the 400 in 55.68 at the Yale Invitational, topping the previous mark of 55.99 set by Chinny Offer (Half Hollow Hills) in 2001. Bay Shore's 4 x 400 relay team of Gelibert, Cesia Andrade, Jacqueline Anderson and Danielle Rowe took first (4:02.63) and its distance medley team of Lindsay Arcuri, Cynthia Del Core, Rowe and Jasmin Reyes was second (12:37.3).Cleary sets mark. St. John the Baptist senior Emma Cleary broke her own school record in the pole vault with a jump of 11 feet at the Yale Invitational. Her previous mark of 10-6 was set last year.Roman tops in pole vault.MacArthur's Kristina Romano took second in the pole vault (10-6), besting her own school record of 10-5. Romano also finished third in the 55-meter hurdles (8.85). Kristina Coiro was third in the mile (5:06.12), breaking her own school mark by eight seconds, and Kelly Clifford was third in the high jump (5-2).


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