#PenRelays2018 coverage is brought to you from Franklin Field Stadium (April 26-28) by WIHCON
Jamaica College (JC), St. Elizabeth Technical and Calabar qualified for Saturday’s (28 April) High School Boys’ 4×800 Championship of America here at Penn Relays 2018.
Dark blues JC recorded the fastest time, 7:48.45secs to lead the qualifiers going into the final, set for 3:00pm Jamaica time.
Cavvelle Beckles opened with a 2:01.08 split, but it was Ken Reyes, who got them ahead on the second leg with 1:53.47.
Fabian Campbell (1:58.38) and Dugion Blackman (1:55.53) maintained the lead to take them across the line.
St. Elizabeth, the defending 4x800m champion, will enter the final with the third best time of 7:50.25. The quartet – Dwight Mason (1:58.00), Shemar Salmon (1:55.41), Jauavney James (1:56.40) and Denvare Robinson (2:00.46) did the job for the Santa Cruz-based team.
Calabar 7:52.06 won their section of the 4x800m with Daniel McDonald (1:56.48), Rivaldo Marpre (1:56.97), Devanna Grayce (2:00.62) and Kimar Farquharson (1:58.00).
Holmwood was DQ’ed while Kingston College, 8:02.25, finished 7th in their section and failed to advance.
|A||Jamaica College (Kingston, JAM)|
|B||Green Hope (Cary, NC)|
|C||St. Elizabeth Tech (Santa Cruz, JAM)|
|D||Calabar (Kingston, JAM)|
|E||Wadsworth (Wadsworth, OH)|
|F||Ephrata (Ephrata, PA)|
|G||St. Benedict’s Prep (Newark, NJ)|
|H||Deep Run (Glen Allen, VA)|
|I||Lake Braddock (Burke, VA)|
|J||Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, VA)|
|K||North Hunterdon (Annandale, NJ)|
|L||Pennsbury (Fairless Hills, PA)|