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Adams State Athletics | May 23, 2014

Adams State takes Day 1 lead

ALLENDALE, Mich. -- Carlton Lavong won the long jump and his 8.08m jump moved him to the top of the College Performance list in all divisions.

Jovanny Godinez also earned valuable points for the Grizzly men today with his 4th place finish in the men's 10,000m run with his time of 29:52.99.

The Grizzlies will advance to the finals after successful performances in several other events today. 

Julian Florez finished the men's 10,000m in 12th place with his time of 30:25.04

Other Grizzlies had their national dreams fall through today after they failed to advance to the finals. The men's 4x100m relay team of Justin Smit, Chaz Butler, Derek Brown and Jurgen Themen were not able to advance with their time of 41.84. Chandler Reid will not be in the men's 1500m final with his time of 3:58.82.

Chaz Butler (10.51),and Jurgen Themen (10.53),did not have their fast legs on today as they were unable to advance in the men's 100m either.

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