The frosh/soph track & field team capped off a dominant season by defending their indoor title and winning the Catholic League championship on Thursday, May 4, 2017. It’s the 3rd title in the last five years.
The Crusaders scored 115 points, beating runner-up Providence by 25 points. Ty McCoy was the 400m champion and the team of Justin Palmer, Giacomo Iraci, Tommy Gleeson, and Dylan Summers sealed the win by taking the 4×4 crown in the last event of the day. Palmer also had a couple of 2nd place finishes in both the high hurdles and intermediate hurdle races. Iraci and Summers were also part of the 3rd place 4×1 along with Jessi Plunkett and Ronan Dolan, as well as the 2nd place 4×2 with Tre Gladney and Malachi Dameron.
Third place finishes came from Jayshon Means in the high jump, Darren Evans in 300 hurdles, Zach Wareyko in the shot put, Gleeson in the 800 and McCoy in the 200. Other medalists were John McGlynn in the shot put and discus and Dominic Murphy in the pole vault. he varsity team will compete at Thornridge on Friday, May 5.