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peted in the long jump. Donta’ Williams took second with a 6.07-meter jump and was followed by Sharard Mizell in third with a jump of 5.91m. Derrick Reid produced a 5.34-meter jump for sixth place.

Day Two

Saturday was highlighted by four Barons taking home first place. Walker gathered a firstplace finish in the javelin with a mark of 44.2m while Yabaka Moore took first in the shot put with a throw of 15.00 meters. Errol Quallo produced a 1.89-meter clearance for first place in the high jump, and Travis Massey gathered first in the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.95 seconds.

On the track, Hollis Morton gathered a thirdplace finish in the 100-meters with a time of 11.17 seconds. Abuukar picked up second place in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 17.75 seconds.

In the 800-meter run, Anthony Ferrie took third place with a time of 2:01.45. Ferrie was followed by Jordan Hackett (6th, 2:10.44), Hunter Milhollin (7th, 2:16.14), and Trey Reid (8th, 2:25.59). In the 1,500 meters, DeMario Thomas took second with a time of 4:17.74. Thomas was followed by Jonah Galli (3rd, 4:18.97), Eric Smith (4th, 4:33.42), Jacob Hackenberry (5th, 4:35.50), and Brandon Williams (8th, 5:19.97).

In the day two throws, Williams took second in the javelin with a mark of 41.10m. Greer took third with a throw of 41.00 meters. Cayden Restrepo picked up a throw of 27.30m meters for seventh place. In the shot put, Moore was followed by Brown in sixth place with a throw of 12.69m, while Woodard took eighth with a mark of 10.06 meters.

Walker picked up a fourth-place finish in the high jump with a clearance of 1.70m and picked up a 1.85-meter clearance in the pole vault for eighth place. Restrepo cleared 3.25m in his second- place performance, Williams took fifth with a mark of 2.65m, and Reid and Abuukar took joint sixth with 2.00m clearances.

The Barons will take a short break before returning to Statesboro, Ga. for the Georgia Showdown hosted by Georgia Southern on April 6.

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