Hispanic Games at the Armory in NYC, Ice Breaker Invitational at the Crossplex in Alabama, Southern Maryland Classic at PG Center in Maryland, and Southeastern Invitational at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Virginia highlight just several of many major high school indoor meets coming up this weekend on January 4th.
Several Maryland teams were able to travel north up I-95 and compete at the Hispanic Games on Saturday at the Armory in New York City. Elizabeth Seton's Javonne Antoine continued her tear this winter as one of the nation's top performers in the triple jump as she extended her season best and US #2 mark in the triple jump to 40'0.75". The senior Antoine also placed second in the long jump with a leap of 17'6".
The Morristown boys post a nationally leading time!
It's the first weekend of the new year and normal indoor action resumes with a full calendar of action, featuring the annual Hispanic Games!
Classical senior Maddy Berkson and Hope junior Quashira McIntosh among contingent competing at Hispanic Games on Friday and Saturday.
200 meter dash
Classical runner breaks own R.I. mark in the 3,000 on Saturday by winning second straight title at the Hispanic Games in N.Y.
Top statistical performances from NJ athletes at the Hispanic Games.
The Hispanic Games 2014
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