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Ally Schlosser Breaks Parsippany High Track Record at County Championship

Four PHS track records have been broken so far this season.

Bria Saunders in the 55m Dash Finals (Credit: Maurice Saunders)
Bria Saunders in the 55m Dash Finals (Credit: Maurice Saunders)
The Red Hawks ended the Drew University Series last Friday by competing at the 40th annual Morris County Championship. Sophomore Ally Schlosser finished third in the 1000m race and set a new Parsippany HS record of 3:07.12. The previous 1000m record was 3:10.19 set in 2001, according to Maurice Saunders.

This season the Red Hawks have rewritten the School records in four events thus far.

    To find out what those records are and for more in-depth results, go to Maurice Saunders' Patch post here. Here's a quick sum up of the Red Hawks' at the county championships

    • 55m hurdles finals—Junior Malik Francis finished 6th with a time of 8.17
    • 1600m finals—Senior Bria Saunders finished 2nd with a time of 7.40
    • 600m—Senior Peter Hernandez finished 7th with a time of 1:27.71 and Senior Jennifer Mlynar finished 10th with a time of 1:46.15 
    • 300m—Saunders finished 2nd with a time of 42.71 and Josh Crawford and Malik Francis finished 8th and 9th respectively in the boys’ race. 
    • 1000m—Sophomore Ally Schlosser finished 3rd and set a new PHS record of 3:07.12. The previous 1000m record was 3:10.19 set in 2001.
    • 3200m—Freshman Haley Pignatelli finished 6th with a time of 11:52.92
    • Relay—Lady Red Hawks finished 4th with a season best of 4:16.54. 
    • "The boys relay, Aaron Wood was a late adjustment with Josh not feeling well..and what an adjustment," said Maurice Saunders. "Aaron ran a 53 split, helping the relay to his season best time of 3:36.71 and a 5th place finish." 
    • Shot Put—Junior Emily Fales finished 13th with a mark of 27-11.75
    • High Jump—Seniors Jennifer Mylnar and Kelly Higinbotham tied for 7th place with both equaling their best height of 4-08.00.


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