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Gallatin, Landis lead Blue Raiders to 14th at Mid-Penns

Posted 5/18/17

The Middletown boys track and field team finished tied for 14th at the Mid-Penn Conference track and field championships at Chambersburg Area Senior High School over the weekend, while the girls …

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Gallatin, Landis lead Blue Raiders to 14th at Mid-Penns

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The Middletown boys track and field team finished tied for 14th at the Mid-Penn Conference track and field championships at Chambersburg Area Senior High School over the weekend, while the girls finished tied for 20th.

Junior Tyrelle Gallatin finished third in the boys 100 meters at 11.17 seconds, scoring 6 points for the Blue Raiders. Bishop McDevitt junior JuQuill Adams won at 11.05, with Carlisle senior Prince Gaye in second at 11.06. Brendan Shaffer of Lower Dauphin was fourth at 11.18.

In the boys shot put, senior Hunter Landis finished fifth at 48-08.25 to score 4 points for the Blue Raiders.

Landis finished sixth in the discus at 144-01 to bring home 3 more points. Middletown junior Brendan Douglass finished 12th at 133-02.

In the long jump, senior Devin Agramonte landed in sixth at 20-05.50 for 3 points. Junior Tre Leach tied for 18th at 19-05.50.

In the boys 4 by 100 meter relay, the Blue Raider team of junior Antonio Gamble, senior Malik Noon, freshman Jose Lopez and Gallatin finished sixth at 44.02 for 3 points.

On the girls side, junior Lily Fager scored Middletown’s 4 points as a team by finishing fifth in the shot put at 99-10.

The Lower Dauphin boys finished 13th with 21 points. The Falcon girls were sixth with 43 points.

The Carlisle boys won at 102 points, over Milton Hershey at 94.

The State College girls won easily, with 104 points. Susquehanna Township was second at 71 points.  

On May 9, the boys team downed Cedar Cliff to finish off their regular season undefeated.

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