Running for the Georgia Tech indoort track team, football player Broderick Snoddy followed up his school-record performance in the 60-meter dash Jan. 19 by matching the time and then winning the 200-meter dash at the Rod McCravy Memorial Saturday at Kentucky.
Snoddy, a redshirt freshman B-back running track for the first time since high school, finished third in the 60-meter dash by tying his school-record time of 6.75 seconds. He won the 200 in 21.33, the fastest in a field of 40 entrants.
Tech’s Shawn Roberts took second in the 800, finishing in 1:49.10. He was followed by Zach Fanelty in sixth in 1:51.11. In the triple jump, Jonathan Gardner finished third with a best of 50’4 ½”.
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