TWO RECORDS FALL AS TRACK SEASON ENDS

TWO RECORDS FALL AS TRACK SEASON ENDS

📅13 May 2017
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Two more high school track and field records were broken Friday night in the final IIAAG track meet of the year at the Okkodo track.

The Guam High Panthers boys 4×400 team composed of Isaac Ventura, Sincere Powell, Joshua Cote and Solomon White ran a record time 3:33.13 to break an 18 year-old record.

The Panthers ousted the 1999 JFK Islanders 4×400 team of Desmond Mandell III, PhilAm Garcia, Oliver Sicat and David Nielsen. The previous record held by the Islanders was a time of 3:34.73.

Michael De Leon

Another High school track and field record was broken! Okkodo’s Michael De Leon broke a 16 year-old high school javelin record, throwing a distance of 45.91 meters. The previous record was held by John Salas who broke the record on April 24th, 2001 with a distance of 45.68 meters.

The IIAAG All-Island Meet is scheduled for next week Friday so expect to see more records broken.

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