Pennsauken sophomores Bryce Tucker and Premier Wynn went 1-2 in the 400-meter intermediates Friday at sectionals.
Tucker ran 55.31 and Wynn a big personal-best 56.51 to give Pennsauken 18 big points in the first event of the Central Jersey Group 3 meet at Jackson Liberty High School. Wynn edged Alexander Lawes of Brick Township by 4-100ths of a second for second place.
Tucker is the top-ranked intermediate hurdler in New Jersey with a 54.28 at the BCSL Championships at Pennsauken. Wynn’s previous PR was 57.05. Pending the other sectional meets, Pennsauken could now have the top two sophomores in the state.
This is the first 1-2 sectional finish for Pennsauken in 16 years, since Kent Carpenter won the javelin at 182-4 and Justin Oliver was second with a 176-7.