Spring 2024: HJPC Results

Congratulations to all Middle School teams competing in the Spring HJPC!
Join us in recognizing:

1. Baseball (tied 3rd Place)
2. Golf Girls: Flora Jiang  (1st Place)
3. Track & Field:
-Grade 8 Boys (3rd Place Overall);
-200 meters: Hunter Karst (2nd Place), Kareena Gill (2ndPlace);
-400 meters: Aliza Wilson (1st Place), Hunter Karst (2nd Place);
-800 meters: Chike Akunyili (1st Place), Maddie Spitz (3rd Place), Sophie Murphy (3rd Place);
-80m Hurdles: Ayomide Oyerinde (1st Place);
-4x100 Relay: Marian Arteaga, Naomi Taylor, Maddie Mervin, Ayomide Oyerinde (1st  Place),
Victoria Dellamea, Kareena Gill, Nila Flowers, Divya Venugopal (2nd Place),
Michael Areola, Faris Elsolh, Cannon Schwertner, Jacobo Castillo (3rd Place);
-4x400 Relay: Divya Venugopal, Nila Flowers, Kareena Gill, Kate Pozadzides (2nd Place);
-Shotput: Andrew Millwee (3rd Place);
-Discus: Laura Keiser (1stPlace), Katie Dylewski (2nd Place);
-High Jump: Chike Akunyili (2nd Place);
-Long Jump: Jonas Boone (3rd Place).

What a great season!

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