BOONE, N.C. - Appalachian State University men's track and field team had strong showing on day one of the Appalachian Invitational as they are leading in both the weight throw and the triple jump.
Jared Stalling leads the way for the Mountaineers as he threw 19.19m in the weight throw finishing in first overall, while Zane Lail threw a personal-best 15.04m, finishing in eighth. Nick Sansotta rounded out the top 10 scoring for the Apps as he placed right behind Lail in ninth with a career-best 14.88m.
Junior Jamal Tiller and sophomore Henry Bustle took the top two spots in the triple jump as Tiller finished in first with a 15.30m jump and Bustle had a 14.44m jump. Junior Adedeji Adeneye came in fifth with a 13.91m jump.
The Black and Gold will start day two of the Appalachian Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 1 at 11 a.m. in the Holmes Convocation Center.