Men's Track & Field Earns Provo At Olivet Nazarene Invite

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Lewis Men's Track & Field Earns Provo At Olivet Nazarene Invitational

Published: February 5, 2018.

Saturday (Feb. 3), Lewis University men's track and field finished the Olivet Nazarene Invitational earning one provisional standard.

Shabari Bailey (Minooka, Ill./Minooka) picked up a provisional time for the 60 meter hurdles placing first in 8.23.

Devin Ingram (Minooka, Ill./Minooka) came in third for the 60 meter dash with 6.98.

In the pole vault Marcus Holley (Genoa, Ill./Genoa-Kingston) and Richie Castro (Oak Lawn, Ill./Marist) tied for third, both with getting over the bar at 4.55 meters.

Connor Ritzi (Valparaiso, Ind./Valparaiso) placed third in the 1000 meter run with 2:30.40. Bryan Quinonez (Chicago, Ill./Kennedy) tied for seventh in the event with 2:34.29 and John Partee (Plainfield, Ill./Plainfield South) placed ninth with 2:34.86.

Malik Saunders came in fourth for the 200 meter dash finishing in 22.73.

Taking fourth in the weight throw was Marcus Cheatom (Chicago, Ill./Brother Rice) who finished with a 16.18 meter mark.

Mervyn John (Jefferson City, Mo./Jefferson City) took sixth in the 60 meter hurdles with 8.74 and also tied for sixth in the long jump with a 6.54 meter leap.

Also placing in the long jump was Darryl McFadden (Matteson, Ill./Rich South) who tied for ninth with 6.46 meters on his jump.

The next meet for Lewis will be the Grand Valley State University Big Meet on February 9.

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