Loucks Games DMR's kick off meet on Thursday


1 Warwick Valley A 10:18.08
2 Archbishop Ryan A 10:19.59
3 Scarsdale A 10:20.12
4 St. Benedicts A 10:21.04
5 Shenendehowa A 10:21.10
6 Monsignor Farrell A 10:21.30
7 Fordham Prep A 10:24.00
8 Arlington A 10:24.30
9 Western Albemarle A 10:25.73
10 Half Hollow Hills West A 10:26.00
11 Collegiate School A 10:29.43
12 Westerly A 10:30.00
13 Lincoln-Sudbury A 10:30.00
14 Iona Prep A 10:30.00
15 Colonie A 10:31.05

OUTLOOK: Warwick Valley and Scarsdale ran 2-3 at Indoor Nationals (Scarsdale out of the slower section) and 3-4 at Penn Relays. Warwick is better than they ran at Penn and Scarsdale anchor's Julian Sheinbaum, who has split 4:16. Archbishop Ryan won the Indoor National titles in 10:19.59 also out of the unseeded section. St. Benedict's Prep has Brandon Jarrett on the anchor but he has been plaqued all year long with injuries and who know if he'll be on the line. Shen has been running very well this spring and placed 8th at Penn. Monsignor Farrell ran 7:54 in the 4x800m at Penn as did Fordham Prep. Arlington is a good squad that could suprise some people. After that, look for HHH West's Kyle Merber to run some people down and turn in a fast split. If his team can keep him close, he can close better than almost everyone in the race.

PICK: I like Warwick Valley. They ran alright at Penn but they have more in them. They just missed the indoor national title and might be looking for some redemption.


1	 	Pauleman, Jordy	    12	 	Brentwood	      160-10
2	 	Day, Louis	    12	 	Holy Trinity	      159-07	 	 	 	 
3	 	Thomas, Anthony	    11	 	Holy Trinity	      158-08	 	 	 	 
4	 	Asci, Sam	     11	 	Old Rochester	      153-11.50	 	 	 	 
5	 	McFee, Chris	    12	 	Bainbridge-Guilford   150-09

OUTLOOK: This could be a preview of the NY State Championships as most of the top throwers in the state are here. Jordy Pauleman had a fine winter and shuld be ready for a nice win here


1	 	McGill, Antoine	12	 	Clarkstown South	23-00.00	 	 	 	 
2	 	Stewart, Jarenn	12	 	Archbishop Molloy	22-08.25	 	 	 	 
3	 	Lamarre, Alix	11	 	Wellington C. Mepham	22-03.00	 	 	 	 
4	 	Parker, Chris	12	 	Wellington C. Mepham	22-01.00
LEFT: Antoine McGill winning the hurdles at the Red Raider Relays

OUTLOOK: Without Albert Johnson (Corning, NY) in the field, these other locals have a chance. McGill and Stewart are your top seeds and have faced off numerous times all year.


1	 	Godfrey, William	12	 Merrimack	        1:53.24	 	 	 	 
3	 	Jennings, Michael    	11	 Fordham Prep     	1:55.20	 	 	 	 
4	 	Campbell, Lawrence	12	 Peekskill	        1:55.40	 	 	 	 
5	 	Halpin, Sean	        11	 Iona Prep	        1:56.50	 	 	 	 
6	 	Livingston, Terrance	11	 Great Neck South	1:56.74	 	 	 	 
7	 	Leckie, James	        12	 Hunterdon Central	1:56.80	 	 	 	 
8	 	Petrovich, Carlos	11	 Fordham Prep	        1:56.90

OUTLOOK: Godfrey was 3rd at New England's in the 600m, missing the title by .05. Micheal Jennings is a star on the Fordham Prep 4x800m that ran 7:54 at Penn. Campbell has great foot speed as his 1:20.40 600m proves.


1	 	Jarrett, Brandon	12	 	St. Benedicts	    8:58.00	 	 	 	 
2	 	Satterwhite, Kyle 	11	 	Western Albemarle   9:12.01	 	 	 	 
3	 	Delbene, Colby	        12	 	Pawling	            9:19.00	 	 	 	 
4	 	Signoretti, Giovanni	12	 	Smithtown West	    9:22.13	 	 	 	 
5	 	Rivers, Zach	        12	 	Victor	            9:25.00	 	 	 	 
6	 	Stutzman, Tyler	        11	 	Western Albemarle   9:26.46

LEFT: Brandon Jarrett running at FLNE in 2007.

OUTLOOK: If Jarrett runs he's the favorite as he ran (;01 for 2 Mile at NIN and is a Foot Locker Finalist. Kyle Satterwhite is the challenger and is very capable of winning as his his teammate who's run 9:15 this season, Tyler Stutzman. Signoretti is a tough kid who'll be int he pack and DelBene ran a 9:25 solo effort last weekend and has 9:15 ability. Zach Rivers is a Foot Locker finalist and has the potential to win with a good race.


Ramapo, NY boys look to dominate another meet as Mike Abelhard and Kevin Malivert lead the way. Abelhard pulled up at Penn and may not be running. Curtis's Troy Faulker could steal the 200m as his senior season has been nothing short of spectacular so far. Brian Bucknor of St. Benedcit's is capable of winning the 200m as well.

Faukner and Zach Keefer from Fordam Prep could square off in the 400m with Dennis Scruggs of Bellport. Newburgh's Fred Locklary could be in the mix as well since Newburgh has one of the best 4x400m teams in the country.

BOYS 1600M

1	 	Jarrett, Brandon     12	 	St. Benedicts	        4:11.00	 	 	 	 
2	 	Merber, Kyle	     12	 	Half Hollow Hills West	4:13.87	 	 	 	 
3	 	Sheinbaum, Julian    12	 	Scarsdale	        4:15.26	 	 	 	 
4	 	Stutzman, Tyler	     11	 	Western Albemarle	4:15.85	 	 	 	 
5	 	Trotzuk, Dylan	     12	 	Collegiate School	4:17.31	 	 	 	 
6	 	Signoretti, Giovanni 12	 	Smithtown West	        4:19.80	 	 	 	 
7	 	Andrews, Bobby	 	        Shoreham-Wading River	4:20.60	

OUTLOOK: Kyler Merber has dominated the mile in the Northeast, winning the Hispanic Games and the Millrose Games and the NYS Indoor title. He was also 3rd at Boston Indoor Games. Julian Sheinbaum has usually raced the 3200m at states but has been showing great speed this spring. Stutzman from VA is right in the mix depending on which race he runs.


1	 	Midwood	 	A	3:18.00	 	 	 	 
2	 	Newburgh	A	3:18.78	 	 	 	 
3	 	Colonie	 	A	3:19.40	 	 	 	 
4	 	Ramapo	 	A	3:20.00	 	 	 	 
5	 	Curtis	 	A	3:20.00	 	 	 	 
6	 	Bellport	A	3:21.00	 	 	 

OUTLOOK: Tough call on this one depending on who has what left in the tank and who's healthy. All these teams are capable of winning. Colonie has the top time in the state this season at 3:19.40 and Newburgh is number two at 3:19.58. Ramapo ran 3:21 with Mike Abelhard while Midwood ran 3:25 early. It's hard to pick against Newburgh but it should come down to them and Colonie with Midwood hanging close as well.