4A North Regional Track & Field Championships

Perry Hall Track & Field athletes advance to compete in the 4A North State Championships

This past weekend was full of excitement for Perry Hall.

For many seniors it was all Prom. But for Perry Hall Track & Field it was all about 4A North Regional Championship. Saturday, a well mixed team of Varsity and JV went to battle with teams from Baltimore City, and Montgomery and Carroll counties. And yes it was a fantastic battle to the end. For many this was their last meet of their high school years. And they didn't disappoint.

Seniors Vincent Ciattei and Patrick Alluisi continued their domination of their events. Vince won both the 800m and 1600m runs and Patrick won both the 110m and 300m hurdles.

Advancing to States, Seniors Patrick Alluisi (110m hh, 300m hh), Jack Britcher (pole vault), Vincent Ciattei (800m, 1600m), Thelma Ejimofor (100m), Megan Erpenstein (triple jump) and Chris Vitek (3200m).  Juniors advancing Michelle Krach (800m), Emily Lottes (high jump), and Skylar Moore (3200m). Sophomore Endasia Mitchell (high jump, pole vault).

Relay Teams advancing  4x100m relay (Celina Thomas -9, Garbrielle Lange -9, Korie Robinson -11, Thelma Ejimofor -12),  Boys 4x100m (Richard Nwokeji -12, Nick Davis -11, Patrick Alluisi -12, Brian Jaffe -11), Boys 4x200m (Richard Nwokeji -12, Roger Bagely -11, Patrick Alluisi -12, Brian Jaffe -11) and Boys 4x800m (Jahi Thomas -12, Ethan Burbridge -11, Jose Cruz -12, Bart Allen -12).

 A great big thank you to the entire Perry Hall Track & Field Team! It has been an honor to follow and share your accomplishments. You are indeed a special group.


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