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(Adrian, Mich.) Sunny skies, warm temperatures and nearly no wind made it a perfect day to run fast at the All-American Invite hosted by Adrian College. The Cornerstone University sprinters did particularly well earning top three finishes in six events.
Eric Schroeder, Zach Yeo, Ryan Versen and Jeshurun Washington got the day started with a solid effort in the 4 x 100 meter relay. Going into the third exchange, Versen had built a slight lead. After a smooth exchange, Washington broke clear on the anchor leg taking the win in 43.19.
Yeo took second in the 400 meters, clocking 49.51. Alex Macias placed seventh in a personal best 52.43. Washington lowered his PR in the 100 meters while winning the dash in 11.39. In the 200 meters, Schroeder and Yeo finished second and third, with Eric clocking 22.91 and Zach 23.05.
Adam Duerksen came on strong over the final 80 meters to win the 400 meter hurdles in 55.58.
Schroeder, Duerksen, Versen and Yeo ended the day winning the 4 x 400 meter relay. It was Duerksen on the second leg powering up homestretch to give the Golden Eagles a lead that would grow to nearly six seconds by the time Yeo crossed the finish line in 3:21.27.
In field event action, Bryant Langdon took third in the hammer throw with new best of 153' 9". Spencer Perry placed third in the high jump clearing 6' 2". And Logan Norton added almost six inches to his previous best in the triple jump, getting second with a mark of 42' 2".