NJCTC Relays Tunes Team Up for Championships
Sean Lawson '23 ran the 6th best 200 in school history. Photo: Larry Levanti
Staten Island, NY - The NJ Catholic Track Conference hosted its annual relay meet on December 30th at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex. The team traveled with a full squad for the first time this winter.
Nick Williams '24 led the shot put crew to victory. Photo: Larry Levanti
The boys had 3 varsity wins on the day. The shot put team of Nick Williams '24, Cameron Feiler '25 and Anthony Price '23 finished first with throws of 49'0.75", 46'9.75" and 43'7.25". They were the 2nd, 3rd and 4th best throws overall. Feiler's throw is 9th best in school, sophomore history. He was throwing in his second competition ever. Check out the throw here.
The jumpers had a great day. The high jump relay team of Tristin McFarlane '24 and Tyler Straley '23 took the win. Both jumped 5'8". The triple jump team of Kam Coleman '23 and McFarlane won with jumps of 42'9.75" and 38'3" respectively. Coleman's jump was over 2 feet better than the next best jumper.
The 4 x 200 team of Aidan MacManus '23, Kam Coleman '23, Sean Lawson '23 and Matt Herman '23 finished 2nd overall. Their time of 1:33.59 is the 9th best time in school history and a NJ #7. Lawson's split of 22.69 is the 6th best in school history. Here's the race video. Here is a video with no pay way.
The distance medley, led by sophomore Alex Mastroly's 3:18 leadoff, finished 2nd. Taylor Ryan '25 ran the 400, William DeMarco '24 the 800 and Matt Mastroly '23 the 1600. The time of 11:07.20 is an NJ #3. Race video is here.