Cerullo, Lombardi-Benvenuto Lead Southampton Girls at Small Schools Championships - 27 East

Cerullo, Lombardi-Benvenuto Lead Southampton Girls at Small Schools Championships

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Southampton senior Livia Lombardi-Benvenuto placed third in the Small School high jump on Sunday.   RON ESPOSITO

Southampton senior Livia Lombardi-Benvenuto placed third in the Small School high jump on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

Southampton senior Kyla Cerullo placed fourth in the 55-meter dash at the Small Schools Championships on Sunday.   RON ESPOSITO

Southampton senior Kyla Cerullo placed fourth in the 55-meter dash at the Small Schools Championships on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

Southampton senior Jeorgiana Gavalas in the 1,500-meter race.   RON ESPOSITO

Southampton senior Jeorgiana Gavalas in the 1,500-meter race. RON ESPOSITO

Southampton junior Emma Suhr ran a personal best in the 600-meter run on Sunday.   RON ESPOSITO

Southampton junior Emma Suhr ran a personal best in the 600-meter run on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

Southampton senior Sloane Edson competed in both the long and triple jumps on Sunday.   RON ESPOSITO

Southampton senior Sloane Edson competed in both the long and triple jumps on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

Southampton junior Lili Telvi in the 1,000-meter race on Sunday.   RON ESPOSITO

Southampton junior Lili Telvi in the 1,000-meter race on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

Drew Budd on Feb 6, 2024
Southampton girls indoor track head coach Eddie Arnold said that the high jump and 55-meter dash, in which seniors in Livia Lombardi-Benvenuto and Kyla Cerullo compete, respectively, are so close... more

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