KHS boys track sets team mark at Byron
Kaneland boys track had itself a productive indoor meet in Byron on Saturday.
The outing produced 101 points, a Kaneland team indoor record at that particular meet.
The Knights were just five points behind Hononegah for first place in the 15-team event.
Rockford Jefferson (79), Freeport (46) and Burlington Central (37) rounded out the top five.
Kanelandâ€™s Nick Sinon had himself a stellar afternoon, finishing first in both the triple jump with a mark of 41 feet, zero inches, and the high jump with a 6â€™8â€ tally.
Teammate Jemmar Parrenas finished second in the pole vault with a result of 12 feet even, half a foot behind Freeportâ€™s Elliot Hollis.
Wading through preliminaries and semifinals, Logan Markuson and Taylor Andrews finished 1-2 in the 55 meter hurdles.
Markuson ran 7.75 seconds in the final, followed by Andrewsâ€™ 7.86.
On the distance side of things, Knight Matt Reusche finished third in the 3200 meter run with a a time of 10:21.10.
Kanelandâ€™s relay foursome of Sean Paulick, Dominic Furco, Clayton Brundige and Jake Ginther took fifth in the 4×800 race with a time of 8:53.26.
In the 400m dash, Markuson and Andrews once again excelled, with Markuson winning the event at 52.56 and Andrews following in fifth at 55.66.
KHS representatives Derek Bus (2:02.10) and Edgar Valle (2:02.66) finished first and third, respectively, in the 800m run.
The Knights also did well in the 1600m run, with Trevor Holm taking third at 4:40.44 and teammate Joe Levita finishing fifth at 4:42.24.
Brandon Cottier of Kaneland took sixth in the 200m dash with a time of 25:02, and the Knight contingent of Bus, Tommy Whittaker, Valle and Markuson won the 4×400 relay.
KHS Varsity Boys Track All-time Top Point Leaders
â€¢ 4) Logan Markusonâ€”499.25
â€¢ 37) Nick Sinonâ€”242
â€¢ 152) Taylor Andrewsâ€”114.75
â€¢ 172) Edgar Valleâ€”104
â€¢ 277) Matt Reuscheâ€”59.5