Football standout Fortune Kalala scored a stellar 43-3 1/2 in the triple jump, the best in the area this season, as Central Catholic downed Andover 88-57. Golden Warrior Frank Borseti, a newcomer to the high jump, won the event with a 5-10, while Raider Alex Dehullu won both hurdles.
Pole vault: Matt Fenlon (CC) 12-6; Shot put: Ryan Doherty (CC) 50-7; Discus: Tyler Yeastedt (CC) 133-3; Javelin: Devon Lattrell (CC) 175-4; Long jump: Nick Gentile (A) 20-0 1/4; Triple jump: Fortune Kalala (CC) 43-3 1/2; High jump: Frank Borseti (A) 5-10; 110 hurdles: Alex Dehullu (CC) 15.28; 100 meters: Anthony Gentile (CC) 11.78; Mile: Mike Maldari (A) 4:37.8; 4x100 relay: Central Catholic (Gentile, Fenlon, Jeremy Zannini, Brandon Lamphier) 43.89; 400: Pat O'Sullivan (A) 52.81; 400 hurdles: Dehullu 56.95; 800: Ryan Cooney (A) 1:58.67; 200: Lamphier 23.51; 2-mile: Cooney (A) 10:00.26; 4x400 relay: Andover (Will Klein, Sebastian Silveria, Demitri Kosakas, O'Sullivan) 3:37.22
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