Mustangs Win Seven Events at York Twilight, Take First Overall

Mustangs Win Seven Events at York Twilight, Take First Overall

YORK, Pa. - The Stevenson men's track and field team took first overall and won seven events at the York College Twilight Meet.

Sophomore Dereck Davis won both the 100 and 200m dash events with times of 11.06 and 22.48 seconds. Davis's time of 10.68 at the Towson Invite is still the top time in the MAC and Mideast region. Senior Kendall Belser, who took second in the 100 (11.25) and fourth in the 200 (22.94), currently has the top 200m performance (21.80, Danny Curran Invite) in the MAC and fourth best in the region. 

Senior Morgan Cheatham took fourth in 100 with a time of 11.46, while senior Malcolm Hayward placed fifth with an 11.55. Sophomore Ritchie Case clocked a 22.90 to take third place in the 200, senior Joshua Mitchell ran a 23.76 to take eighth. Case would also take third in the 110m hurdles with a 17.53.

In the 4x100m relay, Cheatham, Davis, Hayward and Belser finished with a combined time of 42.75 to take first in the event. Stevenson is currently tops in the MAC and third in the region with its 42.02 performance at the Towson Invite in April.

Senior Langston Gash placed third in the 5000 with a time of 15:13.93. Gash's 14:51.37 performance in the 5000 at the Curran Invite is fourth in the MAC and 12th in the region.

Senior Forrest Allen notched a personal best in the discus with a toss of 40.10m, which gave him first overall in the event and has him at fifth in the conference. In the shot put, Allen placed third with a top toss of 12.32 meters, while sophomore Dustin Allen took fourth with a 12.25.  Allen would also take fourth in both the hammer and javelin with throws of 40.85 and 44.51m.

In the high jump, sophomore Clement Onyebadi matched his season best with a 1.85 to take first in the event. Onyebadi would also take second in the long jump (6.29m). Freshman Hayden Otchere finished atop the standings in both the long and triple jump events with leaps of 6.59 and 12.97m. Senior Steven Sneed placed second in the triple (12.66m) and fifth in the long (6.01m).

Freshman Elijah Smith turned clocked a personal best in the 800 with a time of 2:02.90 to take seventh in the event. 

The Mustangs, who are ranked third in the region this week, compete next at the Morgan State Legacy meet on Saturday, April 20.