Stuart's Track and Field Team had a record-breaking performance at the NJISAA Prep B Track and Field Championship Meet on Tuesday at Newark Academy. Junior Michelle Kwafo from Ewing led the team with 36 points, setting a school record for the most points scored by one athlete at a track and field competition.
Kwafo earned state championship titles in both 100M and 100M hurdle events, placed third in long jump, and earned another gold medal as a member of Stuart's championship 4x100 relay team. Junior Kendra Brenya, sophomore Priscilla Francois, and freshman Jasmine Hansford rounded out the first place 4x100 relay team. Additionally, Hansford took first place in the triple jump and sophomore Bey-Shana Clark earned first place in the shot put.
Coach Len Klepack said, "I'm so proud of Michelle and the entire track and field team. That we placed in the top three in 10 out of 14 events is evidence of the team's depth and breadth. With many talented students returning ext year, the future is bright for Stuart Track and Field."