Diabagate, Williams Set School Records at Susquehanna Challenge

Diabagate, Williams Set School Records at Susquehanna Challenge

SELINSGROVE, Pa. - Stevenson men's track and field junior Adam Diabagate broke his own school record in the triple jump with a top leap of 14.05m at the Susquehanna University Challenge. Diabagate took first overall in the event.

Sophomore Steven Sneed and senior Kenneth Scott-Kelow finished second and sixth in the event with leaps of 13.63 and 12.83. Sneed's jump was a personal best. 

Senior Devonte Williams broke his own school mark in the 60m dash with a preliminary time of 6.99 seconds. In the 60m dash finals, sophomore Matt Riggins took first place overall with a 7.01, while Williams took second with a 7.03. 

Sophomores Morgan Cheatham and Malcolm Hayward, who also qualified for the 60m dash finals, finished fifth and sixth with times of 7.24 and 7.27.

In the 200m dash, Riggins clocked a 23.39 to take second overall. Hayward's time of 24.10 earned him ninth place. 

Senior Quenlan Dunn qualified for the finals of the 60m hurdles with a time of 9.29. Dunn would go on to finish fifth with a 9.43. 

In the 4x200m relay, Hayward, freshman Aaron Holiday, and sophomores JT Klopcic and Tylor Bailey finished fourth overall with a combined time of 1:35.10.

The 4x400m relay team of Holiday, Klopcic, sophomore Darius Blalock and freshman Iddriss Iddriss finished fifth with a time of 3:36.04. 

Individually, Iddriss clocked a 4:39.14 in the mile, which gave him 13th overall out of 40 competitors. 

Sophomore Langston Gash finished fifth in the 800 with a time of 2:01.07. In the 3000, sophomore Sam Mercoli ran a 9:09.86, while Gash clocked a 9:15.62. Mercoli and Gash finished 11th and 13th overall, respectively. 

The Mustangs compete next at the two-day David Henry Valentine Invitational, hosted by Boston University on Friday, February 10 and Saturday, February 11.