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Armour paces Uniondale at Edy meet

Christopher Armour won the long jump in 22 feet, 71/2 inches as Uniondale won the team championship with 63 points Saturday at the 72nd annual Edy Games in Schenectady. Tresean Goodwin came in second in the 400 meters in 48.38 seconds, Derrick Ingram finished second in the 200 (21.78) and Nyder Chardonnette took second in the 110 high hurdles (14.34) for the Knights. Stephen Muir, Ingram, William Stanback and Goodwin won the 4 x 100 relay in 42.58.Esposito wins at Hewlett. Massapequa's Dom Esposito won the pentathlon at the Hewlett Bulldog Invitational with a school-record 2,951 points, breaking his school mark of 2,531 set in 2011, Chiefs coach Rich Degnan told Newsday.

Kohlman sets school mark. MacArthur's Jordan Kohlman won the pole vault in a school-record 13 feet at the Bulldog Invitational, beating his old mark of 12-7 set at the Nassau Conference I-B championships this season, Generals coach Jamie Sanfilippo said. Kohlman's teammate Andrei Dinoro finished second in the pentathlon with a school record of 2,916 points, besting the previous mark of 2,713 set by Sean DePuy in 2003, according to Sanfilippo.


Knights win at Edy. Adrionna Powell-Lawrence came in second in the 200 (24.69) and Britney Webley was second in the 100 hurdles (14.44) and 400 hurdles (62.15) as Uniondale won the team crown (66 points) at the Edy Games. Gelibert wins two events. Bay Shore's Jessica Gelibert took first in the 100 hurdles in 14.38 and the 400 hurdles in 1:01.47 at the Edy Games. Bay Shore's 4 x 400 team of Danielle Rowe, Brianah Allen, Jacqueline Anderson and Gelibert finished second in 3:53.98. Brentwood wins two at Bulldog. Brentwood's relay team of Cassie Gibbons, Brianna Reid, Brittany Richardson and Bionca Richardson won the 4 x 300 in 2:58.1 at the Hewlett Bulldog Invitational. Raven Payne, Reid, Brittany Richardson and Bionca Richardson won the 4 x 100 (50.1).


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