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Staurowsky helps Marple Newtown dominate invitational

Marple Newtown’s Ethan Staurowsky won the boys 110-meter hurdles and triple jump and was second in the 300 hurdles at the Marple Newtown Invitational, which brought together five squads from Delco.

The hosts cleaned up. Ricky Lee won the boys 1,600 and 3,200. Joel Zacharias led a 1-2 in the 200-meter dash and was second in the high jump. Mairead Moran won the girls discus and shot put, while Morgan Hopson won the javelin and was second to Moran in the discus.

Chester’s Walton Garnett bested Stourousky in the 300 hurdles to match his 400 dash title. It paired with Alina LaForest’s title in the girls 400.

Mekhi Harrison won the boys 100-meter dash for the Clippers. Kimani Johns won the girls 200 and was third in the 400, while Taniyah Lawler won the 800. Jiya Clayton, LaForest and Lawler took the top three spots in the 300 hurdles.

Strath Haven’s jumpers showed well, with Nathan Finnell winning the boys high jump and Jed Liu the long jump.

Cardinal O’Hara produced two double winners: Thomas Smith (boys javelin, shot put) and Sarah Lorenz (girls 1,600, 3,200). Notre Dame freshman sprinter Grace Galia stood out, winning the 100 dash and the long jump.

At the Twin Valley Invitational:

Penncrest’s Anna Fonarov took second place in the girls 400-meter dash, and Kelsie Robinson earned the silver medal in the girls 800 Friday.

On the boys side, Penncrest’s 4 x 400 relay took second. Benjamin Miller captured second place in the pole vault. Hannah Puckett was fourth in the 3,200, as was Matthew Sparling in the javelin.

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