Linden — The Fenton-Linden rivalry returned to Linden’s track Tuesday.

 In the most recent edition, the Tigers collected 12 of the 17 firsts and won a 94-43 verdict.

 The win keeps the Tigers (4-0) tied for first place in the Metro League Stripes Division title chase with Flushing, while the Eagles fell to 2-2.

 The Tigers had two individual event first-place finishers. Brandon Miller led the Tigers in the 100 (11.03) and the 400 (49.89), while Daniel Mays dominated the hurdle events. He won the 110 hurdles (19.46) and the 300 hurdles (48.90). Other Fenton individuals to earn first-place finishes were Noah Sage in the 200 (22.00), Collin Carver in the shot put (39-feet-2), Brad Grifka in the discus (91-6), Orion Schwiderson in the pole vault (11-0), and Justin Miller in the high jump (6-3).

 The Tigers won three relays. The winning relays were Donovan Miller, Gavyn Blalock, Landon Sahouri and Evan Koch in the 800 (1:35.92); Patrick Hamilton, Koch, Sahouri and Sage in the 1,600 (3:39.98); and Samuel Cox, Chase Coleman, Aidan Brzezinski and Mike Crane in the 3,200 (9:53.99).

 The Eagles had River Meckstroth earn two firsts. He won the 1,600 (4:36.35) and the 3,200 (10:40.10). He also earned a second in the 800 (2:05.53). The Eagles’ other individual firsts were earned by Kyle Eberhard in the 800 (2:05.50) and Ethan Gomez in the long jump (19-9). The Eagles also won the 400 relay with of Garrett Wagner, Brenden Shingleton, Brandon Pennington and Owen Wcisel (45.97).

 Fenton also earned nine individual event seconds. Jack Larson won two of them — the high jump (5-8) and long jump (18-5 1/2). The rest of the second were earned by Lane Chodacki in the pole vault (10-6), Sage in the 100 (11.25), Donovan Miller in the 200 (23.38), Hayden Bradfield in the 400 (53.78), Cox in the 3,200 (10:48.3), Collin Carver in the discus (89-6), and Grifka in the shot put (35-3).

 Alex Duprey had two individual event seconds for the Eagles. He was second in the 110 hurdles (20.80) and the 300 hurdles (51.85). The others were earned by Hayden Bradfield in the 400 (53.78) and Eberhard in the 1,600 (4:39.05).

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