Deptford junior Javon Sanders moves into #1 spot on 2018 S.J. 400IH list with PR at South Jersey Invite!!!

Deptford junior Javon Sanders took over the South Jersey lead in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles Thursday night with a 56.33 win at the South Jersey Invitational at Delsea.

Sanders surpassed his PR of 56.77, which he set in March at the Rebel Relays at Howell High School.

Sanders is the seventh Deptford intermediate hurdler to run under 58 seconds and the fifth to run sub-57 since 2013:

54.03 … Shaquille Dixon, 2015
55.35 … Tyler Garland, 2016
56.33 … Javon Sanders, 2018
56.35 … Tyrone Underwood, 2013
56.77 … Tyrece Brown, 2017
57.18 … Glen Abbott, 2015
57.66 … Jahmir Ellis, 2016

Here’s a look at all the 400IH winners in meet history:
2018: Javon Sanders (Deptford), 56.33
2017: Edwyn Pierre (Williamstown) 55.61
2016: Tyler Davidson (Willingboro) 54.43
2015: Kenny Brosier (Willingboro) 54.84
2014: Robert Rolle (Delsea) 55.36
2013: Tyler Sheilds (Clearview) 55.82
2012: Alex Reber (Cherry Hill East) 54.19
2011: Marcus Phillips (Cherry Hill) 54.92
2010: Kelvin Wagner (Winslow Twp.) 54.80
2009: Saliym Starkey (Timber Creek) 54.56
2008: Demetrius Rooks (Absegami) 54.69
2007: Aaron Younger (Delsea) 53.96
2006: Will Washington (Delsea) 53.66
2005: Not held
2004: Dwayne Joseph (Willingboro) 55.0
2003: Shareef Muhammad (W’boro) 54.0
2002: Shareef Muhammad (W’boro) 56.3
2001: Dwight Ruff (Camden) 52.6
2000: Napolean Suarez (Pemberton) 53.92
1999: Devon Matthews (Pleasantville) 53.95
1998: Danyne Brown (Camden) 54.30
1997: Fred Sharpe (Paulsboro) 53.3
1996: Mike Brown (Lenape) 53.5
1995: Mike Brown (Lenape) 55.3
1994: Keith Fleming (Egg Harbor Twp.) 54.9
1993: Donovan Darius (Wilson) 53.9
1992: Vince Rawlins (Eastern) 53.1

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