Seven records fall during SCISA Championships

COLUMBIA -- Seven meet records were broken during the SCISA Track and Field Championships at Heathwood Hall May 1.

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Two relay records was broken during the meet.

Augusta Christian's Stephanie Cipollone ran a new 100-meter dash record in the Class AAA event of 12.40 seconds.

Wilson Hall's Chris Sharp ran to a new 110-meter hurdles record of 14.93 seconds in the Class AAA event.

Augusta Christian's Christian Croft set a new 400-meter hurdles record of 56.52 in the Class AAA competition.

Two schools broke the Class AAA 1600-meter relay boys record with Porter-Gaud taking the win in three minutes, 34.72 seconds, ahead of Orangeburg Preparatory (3:35.91).

Porter-Gaud's Stanton Seckinger, a football player that has been on the track and field team for a year and half, cleared six feet, 6.75 inches in the high jump, a new Class AAA record. Seckinger also finished second in the long jump and third in the shot put.

Heathwood Hall's Mac Whalen surpassed his own pole vault state record with a best vault of 13 feet, 2.5 inches.

Ashley Hall girls broke the 400-meter relay record. The team finished in 51.47 seconds with host Heathwood Hall second in 51.55 seconds.

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