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Decathalon Day gives youngsters a chance to compete

4/12/2010 —
More than 30 fourth- and fifth-grade students participated recently in the second “Olympic Decathalon Day” at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus. The students gathered to compete in 10 events, including broad jump, long jump, 8-inch step-ups, vertical jump, crab walk, suicide sprint, baseball/softball toss, lay-ups, figure-eight dribbling and 1/6-mile run. Decathalon DayThe top five males and females receiving medals for their accomplishments and include: (kneeling, left to right) First place Emily Sloan from Cardale Elementary; Second place Emily Brown from Brownsville Central; Third place Katie Priester from Clark Elementary; Fourth place Kira Mapstone from Cox-Donahey; Fifth place: Amber Hackney from Cox-Donahey;  (standing, left to right) First place Jarryne Addis from Cox-Donahey; Second place Jacob Dukman from Brownsville Central; Third place Blake Paul from Cox-Donahey; Fourth place Trevor Stewart from Cox-Donahey; and Fifth place Mathew Peton from Brownsville Central. 
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