Corey Crawford (Indian Hills, Oakland, NJ) was fourth in the boys long jump. Photo by Kristen Holzherr

It’s been another busy day for jumpers and throwers. Here are the championship-division winners:

Olympic Development Men
• Jacob Freeman (NYAC) won the hammer throw with a 229′ 11″ (70.08) toss. That’s his second straight win in the event, and he also won the college division twice (2001, 2002) for Manhattan College. Results.

Olympic Development Women
• Toni Smith (unattached) won the triple jump at 44′ 0-3/4″ (13.43). Results.

• Amy Thayer (Shore AC) won the hammer at 194′ 10″ (59.41). Results.

College Men
• Derek Drouin (Indiana) won the high jump at 7′ 3-1/4″ (2.22). Results.

• Josh Dominguez (LSU) won the pole vault by clearing 17′ 8-1/2″ (5.40) on his first attempt. Results.

• Omar Craddock (Florida) won the triple jump at 53′ 3-1/2″ (16.24). Results.

• Walter Henning (LSU), won the hammer for the second straight year, reaching 237′ 9″ (72.47), the fifth best ever at the Relays. Princeton’s highly touted freshman, Conor McCullough, the 2009 U.S. Junior champion, was second at 215′ 1″ (65.57). Results.

• John Austin (Duke) won the javelin at 220′ 7″ (67.25). Results.

High School Boys
• Oneil Sandiford (Paul Robeson, Brooklyn, NY) won the high jump with a leap of 6′ 11-1/2″ (2.12). Results.

• Jordan Yamoah (Arlington, LaGrangeville, NY) won the pole vault at 15′ 5″ (4.70). Results.

• Kamal Fuller (Wolmer’s Boys, Jamaica) wins the long jump with a leap of 24′ 10″ (7.57), the third best mark ever at Penn. Results.

• • Marquis Dendy (Middletown, DE) won the triple jump at 50′ 10-3/4″ (15.51), the seventh best mark in meet history. Results.

• Chad Wright (Calabar, Jamaica) set a new event record to win the discus. His mark of 191′ 11″ (58.50) improves on the 190-11 (58.20) set in 1999 by Nick Welihozkiy (West Springfield, VA). Results.