Boys’ Indoor Track Claims Prep B Title

Prince Adablah ’16 won gold medals in both the 55-meter dash (7.26 seconds) and the 200m (25.3 seconds) to lead the varsity boys’ indoor track team to the 2014 Prep B championship in Lawrenceville, N.J. yesterday.

Patrik Andersen ’15 (2:00/800m), Joshua “Jay” Corbett ’14 (35’7”/Shot Put) and the 4x400 relay squad of P. Andersen, Felix Andersen ’17, Mathieu Petit ’17 and Amechi Nwandu ’17 also won gold medals to help the boys claim their first Prep B indoor track title since 2007. Michael Tafaro ’15 and Gregory Niccolai ’16 took second and fourth, respectively, in the shot put, while both F. Andersen (800m) and Jacob Kruger ’15 (1600m) chipped in with third place finishes. In addition, Nwandu was fourth in the 200m and fifth in the 55m, and Paul Kruger ’16 took fourth in the 400m and seventh in the 200m. Other top-10 contributors from the boys’ team included Petit (4th/1600m), Michael Iannaconi ’16 (6th/1600m) and Will Dadouris ’17 (8th/55m).
The girls’ team placed second overall behind gold medal times from Alexandria Benoit ’14 in the 1600m (5:28) and Dana Klein ’14 in the 800m (2:19). Ludi Zhu ’16 earned multiple medals as well, taking second in the 55m, third in the 200m and fourth in the 400m. Armani Comick ’15 was the runner-up in the shot put, Sahara Ensley ’16 finished third in the 800m, Lillie Wilson ’17 took seventh in the 1600m and Samantha Bittman ’17 placed 10th in the 1600m.
Congratulations to all indoor track student-athletes and their coaches! Click here for more photos of the team this winter.
Gill St. Bernard’s is a private, coeducational day school for students age three through grade 12, located in suburban New Jersey. Each of the three school divisions provides a rigorous, meaningful, and age-appropriate curriculum, and all students benefit from the environmental learning opportunities that exist on our 208-acre campus.