Boys' Regional Track Meet


Causey gets national mark

LYNCHBURG — Handley junior Trey Causey earned a New Balance outdoor national qualifying mark by winning the high jump with a personal best mark of 6-7 to highlight area boys’ performances on Thursday at Liberty University.

Causey also took sixth in the 100 with 11.40 and seventh in the triple jump (42-10).

Amherst County won the meet with 90 points, and William Fleming was second with 79. Sherando was eighth with 33.5 points, Millbrook was ninth with 32, Handley was 11th with 25.5 and James Wood was 19th with 9 points out of 27 scoring teams.

Sherando was led by Isaiah Allen (first in the shot put with a 55-6 to break his own school record, sixth in the discus, 139-9), T.J. Washington (first in the long jump, 22-3.25, sixth in the triple jump, 42-10), Sam Johnson (third in the shot put, 51-0) and David Restrepo (seventh in the 300 hurdles, 41.87).

Millbrook was led by Cameron Faint (first in the 110 hurdles, 14.87, second in the 300 hurdles, 38.68), Alec Schrank (third in the 1,600, 4:25.73, sixth in the 800, 1:59.12) and Will Martin (eighth in the 300 hurdles, 42.35).

Handley was also led by John Delaney (first in the 3,200, 9:48.94).

James Wood was led by Chris Vitagliano (fourth in the long jump, 21-6) and its 4x100 team of Vitagliano, Cody Dahlinger, Mason Bean and William Crowder (fifth in 44.89).

The top six teams and top six relays on Thursday — as well as those with state qualifying marks — advance to the Group 4A state meet on June 2 and 3 at Harrisonburg High School.


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