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  • Writer's pictureDan Russoman

Dogostino breaks record

Courtesy photo. Juliana Dogostino set a new indoor triple jump record last week.

NEW YORK, N.Y.—Juliana Dogostino set a new school record in the triple jump, Corinne Egan broke another record and Lasyah Johnson and Natalie Clauhs also set new program marks as Hammonton High School’s girls indoor track and field team competed at the Metropolitan Invitational on January 24.

Dogostino, a senior who announced last week that she will attend Georgian Court University in the fall, set a new indoor triple jump record for Hammonton with a mark of 31-feet, 0.5-inches. Teammate Ilianna DeJesus had a jump of 26-feet, 2.5-inches.

Dogostino also cleared 4-feet, 4-inches in high jump for Hammonton.

Mitra Sampson was second overall in shot put with a throw of 36-feet, 5-inches. In long jump, Ariyana Thompson had a leap of 12-feet, 11.5-inches, Lailani Paganafanador a mark of 12-feet, 3-inches and Gabriella Martinez jumped 11-feet, 2-inches.

Egan, a freshman, set a new school mark for that class in the 55-meter dash, posting a time of 7.68 seconds to win the novice division. She also set a new school record for freshmen in the 200 meters, 27.50 seconds to place second.

Johnson competed in the varsity division and had a time of 7.72 seconds in the 55 meters, a new sophomore record at Hammonton.

Clauhs broke the school’s indoor record in the 1,600-meter run with her mark of 5:47.19.

Along with Egan and Johnson’s marks in the 55-meter dash, several Hammonton runners competed in the event across all divisions. DeJesus had a time of 8.25 seconds, Rachel Nartey had a mark of 8.27 and Paganafanador ran in 8.39. Obafumi Sinon (8.76), Martinez (8.86), Thompson (8.95), Alexis Angello (8.97), Aaliyah Harris (9.26), Vienna Ford (9.59) and Zoe Rivera Melo (10.90) also ran for Hammonton.

Egan’s 200 mark was the best for Hammonton (27.50) and Johnson had a time of 28.69.

Also running for the Blue Devils were Hailee Keubler (30,32), Paganafanador (31.40), DeJesus (31.41), Nartey (31.88), Jess Shinske (31.98), Sinon (32.85), Angello (33.85), Jessica Pawelczak

(34.56), Martinez (35.44), Ford (35.54), Thompson (35.62) and Rivera Melo (40.74).

Clauhs ran the 800 meters in 2:39.65, while Julianna Ruhf had a time of 2:55.20 and Ilema Sinon finished in 3:12. 78. Mia LaGuardia had a time of 3:50.84 and Mia Brunozzi finished in 3:53.33.

Nartey had Hammonton’s top time in the 55-meter hurdles, 9.90 seconds. Keubler finished in 9.93 seconds and Shinske had a time of 11.01. Pawelczak finished in 12.22 seconds and Dogostino had a time of 15.15.

At the Cherokee Throwdown on January 23, Sampson was seventh in the shot out with her mark of 37-feet, 4-inches.


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