Three Bloomfield athlets from South Jersey swept the top three spots in the 100-meter hurdles Sunday at the CACC Championships in Lakewood.
Sophomore Jasmine Staten from Rancocas Valley won the race, junior Te’Seanna Harris – who attended C.A. Morgan Village Academy of Camden and competed for Camden High – and sophomore Autumn DeMary from Kingsway finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd and scored 24 points in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference meet at Georgian Court.
Staten, ranked No. 6 in NCAA Division 2 with her 13.74 from a meet in Baltimore last month, overcame cold, windy conditions to win the highs in 14.11. She also placed 2nd in the 100 in a personal-best 12.24.
Harris was 2nd in 14.53, only 3-100ths of a second off her PR of 14.50, which she ran in Baltimore last month and was 5th in the 100 in 12.80. She’s competed at two CACC meets for Bloomfield and is now a six-time medalist.
And DeMary matched her PR in 3rd in 14.59. She also ran 14.59 in Baltimore last month. DeMary also ran a PR 12.82 in the 100 for 6th.