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updated: 4/26/2014 10:10 PM

Schaumburg, Elk Grove excel in Streamwood Invite

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Schaumburg won top honors in the the 400- and 800-meter relays and had invidual winners in long jump (Stacey Smith), pole vault (Cesar Arenas), triple jump (Edwin Kelly), 100 (Shandall Thomas) and 200 meters (Tom Ciupka) to claim the team championship in the 11-team boys track invitational hosted by Streamwood on Saturday.

Smith won the long jump with 21 feet, 1¾ inches, and he placed second in the triple jump at 43-5¾.

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Thomas won the 100 in 10.83, Ciupka won the 200 in 22.60, and Arenas cleared 13-6 in the vault. Kelly's triple jump effort was 43-11¾.

Smith also had a leg on the winning relays with Ciupka, Thomas and Jarmon McMillon. They finished the 400 in 42.26 and the 800 in 1:29.05 to give the Saxons key points toward their 126-point team total.

Grayslake Central finished second at 99.5, and Elk Grove was third at 74.5.

Other key performances for Schaumburg included second-place efforts from Adam Maslowski in the 110 hurdles (15.52) and the 300 hurdles (41.52), a third-place finish from Ed Phillips in shot put (46-3.5) and a third from Sadarriss Patterson in the 200 (23.69).

Elk Grove had a winning finish in the 1,600 relay (3:30.10) with Paul Ifianyi, Peter Ifianyi, Ivan Corona and John Pass.

Paul Ifianyi won the 300 hurdles (39.36) and Royal (42.37) was third.

Grens senior Brandon Soriano was a winner in the shot put (51-11.5) and Billy Heffley won discus (154-7). Keyshawn Brown took second in long jump (21-1¾), and Michael Frintner was third in the 3,200 run (10:16.74).

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