Gendron fifth in triple jump

M arion Gendron placed fifth in the girls’ triple jump during Sunday’s Indoor Track meet atHudsonValleyCommunity College.

Gendron’s jump of 27 feet, 3.5 inches was good placed her just inside in the top five and earned the Railroaders two points.

Gendron was the only athlete to score any points forWhitehall.

Maggie Benjamin and Megan Redmond also had good days for the Railroaders in the female shot put.

Benjamin’s throw of 21 feet placed her inside the top 15 and Redmond finished just outside the top 20 with a throw of 15 feet, nine inches.

The boys were led by Toran Tracy who had a pair of ninth place finishes in the boys 1000 and 1600 meter runs.

Mike Mattison finished 14th in the 1600 meter run forWhitehall. Dylan Morrill shaved more than ten seconds off his time in the male 1000 meter run.

Whitehallgets the holiday weekend off before traveling back toHudsonValleyCommunity Collegeat1:45 p.m.on Dec. 28.



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