New PRs emerge from 2nd WBAL track & field meet

Week of 4.4-4.9.2022

4.6.2022 – The Menlo track and field teams took on the second WBAL meet at Bellarmine on Wednesday, finishing with dozens of PRs, and days later junior William Floyd set a PR, cleating 14 feet in pole vault.
William Floyd matched his PR of 13-6 at the WBAL 2A meet, then topped it three days later, cleari... William Floyd matched his PR of 13-6 at the WBAL 2A meet, then topped it three days later, clearing 14-0 at the O' Condon meet.
Credit: P. McKenney
Floyd matched his PR at the league meet, then three days later won the O’Condon meet.
Senior Vikram Seshradi was a double-winner, running the boys’ 110 high hurdles in a personal record 15.95 and the 300 hurdles in 45.73. Sophomore Will Hauser won the 1600 in 4:44.81 and freshman Landon Pretre took first in the 800 in a PR 2:03.23, and both teamed with juniors Aiden Deffner and Justin Pretre for gold in the 4x400 relay in a PR 3:39.60. William Floyd cleared 13 feet, 6 inches to win pole vault. Freshman William Edwards had a PR of 5-0 to win the high jump and senior Evan Kitt took first in triple jump in 34-9.
Geoffrey Franc took second in the boys; 3200 in a PR 13:14.25. Alli McKenney won silver in discus with a mark of 81-2.
Emily Gruber was third in the girls’ 100 in a PR 13.23, and the girls 4x100 relay placed third in 53.69. Ben Tsuda placed third in boys’ 100 in 11.71 and junior Ralston Raphael took bronze in shot put with a throw of 31-10.75.
The boys finished third and the girls sixth.

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  • Menlo junior Emily Gruber took third in the 100 in a PR 13.23
    P. McKenney
  • Menlo senior Vikram Seshradi won the 100 and 300 hurdles  at WBAL Meet 2A at Bellarmine
  • Menlo senior Alli McKenney took second in discus with a throw of 81-2  at WBAL Meet 2
    P. McKenney
  • Menlo’s Will Hauser kicked off WBAL 2A at Bellarmine with a win in the 1600 in 4:44.81
    P. McKenney