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JFK dominates hurdles at track finals

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The 2010 high school track and field season came to an end over the weekend at the LeoPalace Resort.  In the Women's 100 Meter Hurdles JFK's Aida Alba took first with a time of 18:15, followed by GW's Sierra Daughtry at 18:25, Guam High's Stefani Loisel came in 3rd with a time of 18.:41, JFK's Kristine Villena finished in 4th with a time of 18:87.

In the Men's 110 Meter Hurdles Malenckov Towai took first with a time of 17:12, Luke Atkinson finished in 2nd with a time of 18:42, Carlvin Macaraeg came in 3rd at 18:56 while Simon Sanchez's John Claude Arteros finished in 4th with a time of 19:20.

Women's High Jump winner was Guam High's Jaia Armstrong with a height of 1.35 meters, teammate Angelica Henry finished in 2nd with a height of 1.29 meters, GW's Erin Duenas took 3rd with a height of 1:29 meters, Naomi Burke also from GW finished 4th at 124 meters.

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