Thursday, April 23, 2015

Derby athlete breaks school record

DERBY - Tuesday turned out to be a pretty good day for Derby senior Eric Hicks.
The senior track athlete not only won the high jump in a personal record of 6 feet, 4 inches, but shattered the school record of 6-1, that dated back to 1961, which was held by  David Bishop.
Hicks’ mark qualified him for New Balance Outdoor Nationals in June in North Carolina and also propelled him to a tie for the second best mark in the state, according to
Hicks and the rest of the Derby boys’ track team won the meet against Woodland, Naugatuck and Watertown.
See the record-breaking jump here.

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