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Scanlon 11th Fastest Junior in America

April 15, 2020
B Track 2019

Scanlon during his 110 hurdle victory at the PSAA Championships last May (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

After a sensational sophomore campaign that included two PSAA Championships (110m & 400m hurdles), a NYSAIS State Championship (400m), and a shattered school record (400m), Colin Scanlon was poised for another big year in the hurdles. Unfortunately, the COVOD-19 pandemic proved to be a barrier too high to clear.

Regardless, Scanlon entered the season as the 11th fastest junior in America and 2nd fastest in New York according to MileSplit USA:

  1. Bryce McCray (Greater Houston, TX) – 52.69
  2. Mario Paul (Rutherford County, KY) – 53.86
  3. Joshua Peron (Frontier, NY) – 54.22
  4. D’Carlo Calderon (BC Elite, TX) – 54.31
  5. Tegan Bock (Boone, IA) – 54.32
  6. Dillon Leacock (Rolesville Lightning, NC) – 54.51
  7. Bri’yon Watts (Zephyrs, IL) – 54.88
  8. Desmyn McCall (Sandalwood, FL) – 55.21
  9. Joseph Morrone (St. Peter’s Prep, NJ) – 55.36
  10. DJ Robinson (May River, SC) – 55.38
  11. Colin Scanlon (Stony Brook, NY) – 55.68
  12. Jackson Sexton (Atlanta Lightspeed, GA) – 55.71
  13. Peter Fischer (Harrison, NY) – 55.72
  14. Joshua Thomsen (I Am Elite Track Club, MN) – 55.81
  15. Floyd Whitaker (Highland, NJ) – 55.89

The future remains bright for Stony Brook’s latest speed demon.

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