The junior clocked a new US No. 1 time of 4:01.88 in the 1,600m.
His mark bettered Archbishop Wood (PA) junior Gary Martin's time of 4:02.15 by a little less than a half a second. Martin earned his now-US No. 2 performance last weekend at the John Hay Pennsylvania Distance Festival.
More importantly, Sherry's time shatters the previous Connecticut State record of 4:08.42 set by Brien McMahon High School's (CT) Eric Van Der Els in 2016.
Sherry wasn't done, though, as he went on to break the 14-year-old state meet record time of 9:03.29 for 3,200m.
The junior would clock an 8:59.80 for his second sub-9 minute 3,200m performance of the 2021 season.
Sherry's 1,600m is a new personal best breaking his previous personal best time of 4:08.47, which he ran to win the CIAC State Class L Championships on June 1st. His 3200m best time stands at 8:47.20 from the Conard vs Hall dual meet earlier this season.
Watch Sherry's 1,600m effort above and his 3,200m effort below.
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