Tuesday, April 27, 2004
By Jason Brown
After a weekend at the Woodbury relays, it was time for Bishop Eustace and Paul VI to participate in an individual outdoor track and field event. So far this young season, both the girl's and boy's squad has found their individual success from both teams. This time, the Crusaders from Bishop Eustace was playing host to Paul VI. On this day, Brian Blumenstein highlighted the boy's 85-55 win over Bishop Eustace. For the girl's meet, the Lady Crusaders posted an 80-60 win with Annie Taft winning the 200, high hurdles and long jump.
The outdoor track team from Bishop Eustace has had their share of success. Duing the Camden/Gloucester relays, the boys finished in second place in the division 1 with wins in the 4 by 800, shuttle hurdles, sprint medley and discus. The girls during that same meet won the division 1 competition winning the 4 by 400, 4 by 800, 4 by 1600, shuttle hurdles, 400 hurdles, sprint medley, distance medley and high jump. For Paul VI, they were looking to expand on their winning ways after defeating Seneca were Brian Blumenstein had won the 100 and 200, while Sean D'Andria won the 1600 and 3200.
Here are the results from the boy's and girl's meeting at today's event held at Bishop Eustace.
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