Jesuit track & field emerged from a huge field of more than 25 schools to take the title Saturday (March 7) at the Berkeley Invitational at Berkeley Prep.
The Tigers scored points in every event in which they were entered, highlighted by first-place finishes from Guy Revelle ’15 in the shot put (42-4), Jack Hughes ’15 in the pole vault (14-0), and Dante Newberg ’15 in the 300 hurdles (40.9).
Personal bests were turned in by Tyson Dunn ’17 in the long jump (19-2.5) and triple jump (37-7) as well as Travell Harris ’17 in the 200 (22.87). John Robbins ’18 improved his 2-mile time by more than 10 seconds (10:18), while Jason Caldwell ’15 matched his season best (10:09) in the 2-mile to take third place.
During the meet, Revelle, through an organization he co-founded called On the Right Track, collected more than 70 pounds of donated socks, slides (sandals), and clothes for the Joshua House, which helps abused and neglected children.
Click here to see a FOX 13 video about Revelle from the "What's Right with Tampa Bay" series.
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