Anthony Harrison of Ramapo High School has been selected as the USA Track and Field New York High School Athlete of the Month for April 2019. This season Harrison has broken a Section 1 record, has the NY #2 all-time throw (Discus), and is currently ranked #8 in the country, according to Ramapo High School Head Track and Field Coach Jason Zweig.
Pirate Relays (April 6; Pearl River, NY)
Discus 1st place 190′-5″
Shot Put 1st place 56′-10½”
Nanuet Relays (April 13; Nanuet, NY)
Discus 1st place 186′-5″
Shot Put 1st place 53′-9″
Red Raider Relays (April 18; Theils, NY)
Discus 1st place 174′-3″
Shot Put 1st place 55′-10¾”
Penn Relays (April 26; Philadelphia, PA)
Discus 5th place 183′-2″
Gold Rush (April 27; West Nyack, NY)
Discus 1st place 198′-5″ (NY #2 all-time)
Anthony has setup a GoFundMe account for expenses to attend the New Balance Nationals and USA Championships. Any donation you can make big or small will help Anthony reach his goal of $1,000.
“This year has been nothing but great opportunities and big accomplishments. So far my track career has been amazing as I sky rocketed in performances to put me on a national scale. But the only thing that’s holding me back from being able to attend these events is lack of funding. These are once in a lifetime opportunities and it would be amazing if I could attend New Balance Nationals and USA Jr. Championship to have a chance to represent the United States this summer in international competition. This money will be going towards my hotel and travel expenses to and from both competitions.” (via Anthony’s GoFundMe)
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Final – Pearl River 52, Tappan Zee 35.
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