DILLON SIMON AND LEXIA ROBINSON BREAK UMES SCHOOL RECORDS
Lexia Robinson
Lexia Robinson

April 1, 2013

Results

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. --It was 1963 when Alberto Santio set the University of Maryland Eastern Shore record in the discus. Dillon Simon broke the 50-year record Saturday in the Virginia Invitational. Simon tossed a 53.65-meter discus to set the Hawks new record. Teammate Lexia Robinson tied her record from the 2012 conference championship in the discus with a 46.27-meter toss.

Imani Cox and Robinson finished third and fifth, respectively, in the shot put. Cox tossed a 14.82-meter put, while Robinson finished with 14.05-meter toss. Cox finished seventh in the discus throw.

In the sprint events, Gayon Evans, Lenora Guion-Firmin and Petra Kubesova each won gold in their respective events. Evans ran an 11.70-second time in the 100-meter dash and finished second in the 200-meter. Teammate Guion-Firmin posted a 23.60 in the 200-meter dash, and ran 53.40 in the 400-meter dash.

Javon Spencer ran a 10.76 in the 100-meter dash finals, while teammate Hackeem Harris finished fifth in the 200-meter dash in 22.01 seconds. Aaron Chatman had the Hawks' best finish in the 400-meter dash with time of 48.94.

Kubesova posted a 10:41.61 in the 3,000-meter steeplechase to mark both a school record and gold medal finish. Emilie Ducados posted a fourth place finish in the 800-meter run in 2:12.26, while Shantol Hemley finished 2:13.60.

 

 

Nancy Yao marked a fifth place finish in the triple jump with a distance of 10.86 meters, while Romeika Jackson finished with a 5.12-meter long jump finish. Dwayne Powell and Denvil Ruan marked silver medal finishes in the long jump and triple jumps, respectively. Powell finished with a distance of 6.86 meters, while Ruan marked a 14.34 in the triple jump.

Both Hawks relay teams ran well, finishing second in the 4x400-meter and 4x100-meter relay events. The men's 4x100-meter team of Ackeem Smith, Javon Spencer, Marcus Wallace and Nyls Nubret finished in a time of 40.98. The women's 4x400m team of Ducados, Evans, Guion-Firmin and Annis Mars posted a time of 3:43.33.