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High Fives: April 23-29

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

High Fives are the Top 5 performances by Westminster athletes in a single game or event during the previous week as selected by the Titan Sports Blogger.

#5 - Senior Vince Iosue (Euclid, OH / Notre Dame Cathedral Latin), Baseball - In a complete game performance, Iosue gave up one run off of seven hits, struck out two, and walked none against No. 25 Washington & Jefferson.

#4 - Senior JJ Faltot (Mercer, PA / Mercer) , Men's Track & Field - Faltot won the 200-m dash with a time of 22.66. The 4x100 meter relay team consisting of sophomore Zac Henry, junior Adam Carswell, senior Forrest Minteer, and Faltot won with a time of 43.64 which was .04 from tying the meet record.

#3 - Senior Ryan Bell (New Wilmington, PA / Wilmington), Men's Track & Field - Bell led the men with breaking the stadium record in the javelin toss with a first-place throw of 66.48 meters. It also shattered the meet record by over 11 meters and broke his own school record that he set a year ago.

#2 - Senior Alisha Slater (Wooster, OH / Norwayne), Women's Track & Field - Slater won the 200-m dash with a time of 26.57. The quartet of Basista, Slater, senior Hayley Ebersbacher and senior Mallory Mack won the 4x100 meter relay with a time of 49.64. Slater won long jump with a leap of 5.27m which tied her own school record.

#1 - Sophomore Ryan Carr (Cheektowaga, N.Y./Cheektowaga Central), Men's Tennis - Carr earned all-PAC honors after a second place finish in fifth singles. Carr also earned all-PAC honorable mention in third doubles.

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