PHILADELPHIA – Camperdown won their 9th High School Boys’ 4×100 Championship of America title at Penn Relays on Saturday (30 April).
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Camperdown, dubbed the Sprint Factory, was led off by Rimando Thomas to Junior Harris and Jason Lewis on the third leg. Roshawn Clarke anchored them home in 40.13.
It was the school’s first victory since 2006, a team which included Renaldo Rose and Rasheed Dwyer.
Jamaica College (JC) opened with Jaiden Reid, who passed to Hector Benjamin before Dwight Downer and Deardoe Watkins helped them across the line in 40.16.
St. Jago with Jahyell Granville, Raheem Pinnock, Jajai Duffus and Gregory Prince took third place in 40.17.
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