Gilman School’s track team dominated the field at the Hill School Relays in Pennsylvania, taking the team crown Saturday. The Roland Park school accumulated 136 points with New Jersey’s Peddie School (82) finishing a distant second.
Chris McMaster won two individual events for Greyhounds. McMaster won the triple jump (43-feet, 1.25 inches) and long jump (20-9), and was part of the first place of 400-meter (43.76 seconds) and 440 shuttle hurdle (1:09.07) relays.
The Greyhounds established a new mark in 3,200 relay (8:01.44) with Will Meadows, Peter Merritt, Chris Watson and Kevin Chan. Gilman also placed first in the 400 (43.76), 800 (1:34.72) ,1,600 (3:30.86) and distance medley (11:12.25) relays.
Bobby Fenwick and Jibri McLean led Gilman to first in the 300 hurdles relay, and Merritt and Jordan Britton won the high jump relay. Michael Kane and Ryan Rizzuto placed first in the pole vault relay.