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Multiple Records Fall in Banner Day at Redbank Valley Invitational

Clarion-Limestone's Ryan Hummell broke the meet record in the javelin. Photo by Keith Murtha.

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NEW BETHLEHEM, Pa. – It was a record-breaking day at the Redbank Valley Invitational as a total of seven records fell.

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DuBois’ Morgan Roemer broke her own meet record set a year ago in the 3200 with a time of 11:12.70. It was part of a big day for Roemer who also won the 800 and 1600 and ran a leg of the winning 4×800 meter relay.

SPIRE Institute’s Kadia Rock ran a time of 24.64 in the 200 to break Lanae Newsome’s mark of 24.80 set in 2013.

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Five records fell for the boys, four of which came in the field.

Clarion-Limestone’s Ryan Hummell’s heave of 194’6” in the javelin broke a 12-year-old record set by Ryan Kerr of 193’4”.

In the discus Redbank Valley’s Cam Wagner threw 165’4”, edging Clarion’s Dave Larson’s record of 165’ 2.5” set in 2004.

In the long jump, Redbank Valley’s Aiden Ortz went 22’2.5”, edging Brookville’s Bryan Dworek’s record by .5 inches.

In the high jump, Union/A-C Valley’s Hayden Smith went 6’8”, breaking Brookville’s Vinny Dougherty’s 2010 record of 6’7”.

And finally in the 100, Neo Mosebi of SPIRE ran a 10.58, beating Ian Corbett’s 2014 record of 10.60.


For the girls, Redbank Valley’s Mylee Harmon won the 100 and 400 and was third in the 200, while DuBois’ Hope Jacob won the high jump and ran a leg of the winning 4×400 relay team.

For the boys, Punxsutawney’s Garrett Bartlebaugh won the 800 and ran a leg on the winning 4×400 relay team, while Brookville’s Hayden Freeman won the 200, and 400 and ran a leg on the winning 4×100 relay team and Franklin’s Bryson Watson won the 110 and 300 hurdles.

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