GENEVA CO-ED INVITATIONAL
Boys Track finishes in 2nd Place at Geneva
St. Charles North was more than 20 points better than runner-up Dundee-Crown (106 points); Geneva (93.5), West Chicago (86), Reavis (44), Larkin (34) and Chicago Northside (28) were also in the field.
Lins denied Dundee-Crown sophomore Meante Foster by .04 seconds to win the shortest sprint.
"I have always done (sprints), but have never had a sweep like this before," Lins said. "(In the 100), I took a long build-up because of the wind so I could reach my top speed at the end of the race."
Dundee-Crown was paced by its 800 and 3,200 championship relay teams.
Anthony Hurgoi, Adam Swanson, Joey DeVita and Jacob Olsen enabled the Chargers' 3,200 foursome to win in 8:13.96.
"Two of our guys (Swanson and Olsen) were not feeling well," said Hurgoi, who was also runner-up in the 1,600 (4:30.05). "I ran a 1:58 last week, so I just had to match that. I like the mile more, but right now I think I'm stronger in the half-mile."
The Chargers' Foster, Kyle Belknap, Ross Dalgelish and Dylan Becker claimed the 400 relay in 44.08.
D-C senior Ace Aclaro won the triple jump in 41-3.
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