SELINSGROVE, Pa. - The Stevenson men's track and field team took first-place overall in five events at the Orange & Maroon Classic, hosted by Susquehanna. Senior Kenneth Scott-Kelow won the triple jump with an ECAC-qualifying leap of 13.86 meters. That distance was also a personal best for Scott-Kelow.
The other individual victory for the Mustangs came from sophomore Langston Gash, who finished first in the mile with a 4:28.14.
To close out the meet, the 4x400 meter relay team of Tylor Bailey, Williams, Riggins and sophomore JT Klopcic took first overall with a combined time of 4:29.32. That time matches their season-best, which took place in the same facility on December 3 at the River Hawks Opener.
Freshman Aaron Holliday matched his personal-best time of 7.07 in the 60m dash finals, which earned him fourth place overall in the event.
Senior Quenlan Dunn clocked a season-best time in the 60m Hurdles finals with a 9.23 to take fifth overall.
Junior Curtis McInnis finished fifth in the weight throw with toss of 13.86m, which is just .06 meters off of his personal best.
The Mustangs will return to the James W. Garrett Sports Complex when they compete in the Susquehanna University Challenge on Friday, February 3.