Smith runs fast 14.04 HH, Delbene 9:10 3200m, Sarah Palmer ties frosh NY State HJ record
NEW YORK STARS THIS WEEK
- Madalayne Smith (Saratoga Springs) 14.04 100m HH
- Hannah Davidson (Saratoga) 6:46.17 2K Steeple, US#1
- Sarah Palmer (Schuylerville) ties the NY State Freshmen High Jump Record at 5-8
- Kristin Reese (Carmel) doubles 2:11 800m and 4:51 1600m
- Colby DelBene (Pawling) 9:10 3200m
- Troy Faulkner (Curtis) 47.72 400m
- Dalilah Muhammad (Cardozo) 59.84
- Brian McGovern (Mt. St. Michael) 15-07 PV meet record at Loucks
- Suffern girls 11:59 DMR and 9:16 4x8 at Loucks
- Pat Dupont (Fairport) 9:13.85 3200m
- Jeremy Rosado (Grady) 14.43 110 hurdles in season debut
- Linda Hadfield (NY Mills) sets Section 3 Pole Vault Record with 11'06" winning effort.
- Aaron Konigsberg (Hackley) sets meet record at Loucks with 183 Javelin throw a week after throwing 199-10 at The Somers Invitational (pictured above)
5/10 - 37th Hartford Public Invitational - Madalayne Smith (Saratoga Springs) 14.04 100m HH, Charlene Lipsey (Hempstead) 55.76 400m, Michelle Riley (Saratoga Springs) 2:14.13 800m, Sarah McCurdy (Bay Shore) 4:56.61m, Saratoga 9:16.76 4x800m. Hannah Davidson 6:46.17 2K Steeple, US#1
5/10 - Bruce Selman Invitational - Jovannie Gardner (JFK) sweeps 100-200 in 10.7h and 22.69. Raykia Koroma (Taft) wins 100m in 12.1h and 400m in 59.08.
5/10 - CHSAA Boys Frosh/Soph Intersectional Championships - Fordham over Chaminade for Freshman title, St. Anthony's over Chaminade for Sophomore title. Soph MVP Sean Collins (Molloy) - 57.17 400m IH meet record and 15.50 110m HH win. Frosh boys MVP Cooley Warner (St. Anthony's) 11.64 100m and 50.2 split in the winning 4x4. Stanley Delacruz (Mount. St. Michael) wins PV in meet record 12-00 and places 2nd in javelin with 126-01 toss.
5/10 - Johnstown Invitational - Colonie girls 9:30 4x8, Claire Hardwick (Holy Names) 4:39 1500m, Diana Hummel (Shaker) 58.2 400m,
5/10 - New Balance, NYC Qualifying Challenge - Chanelle Price (PA) runs 2:03.20 800m. 2005 Somers grad and SUNY Cortland runner Niko Viglione places 3rd in 1500m in 3:51, qualifies for DIII Nationals.
5/10 - Pine Bush Invitational Relays - Monticello girls run 12:17 DMR, Pine Bush girls win SHR in 48.9 and 4x100 in 50.1. Valley Central girls sweep FS 4x8 and 4x4.
5/10 - Queensbury Invitational - Sam Roecker (Burnt Hills) 4:33.92 1500m and 7:06.07 2K Steeple, Mary Kate Champagne (Seton Catholic) 9:48.49 3K. Hillyer (Onteora) 22-00 LJ, Valley Central boys 8:15 4x8, Coburn (Pine Bush) 44-07 TJ,
5/10 - South Jefferson Boys Invitational - Rome Free Academy over CNS for boys team title. RFA runs 3:38 SMR, RFA's Shawn Carter leaps 46-08.25 in triple jump.
5/10 - Suffolk County Relays - West Islip boys win large schools division, Bayport BluePoint wins small schools. BBP runs 8:27 4x8. SWR's Marc Delaney tosses shot 46-06. Huntington's Eric Santos throws disc 140-07.
05/10 - U. Albany Invitational - COLLEGE MEET - New Rochelle grad Kadine Johnson wins shot put with 42-06 toss and disc with 137-11 throw. Albany's Joseph Belokopitsky Jr wins 800m in 1:52.59. ARTICLE HERE
05/09 - ESM Invitational - Proctor and Tully girls win team title. Proctor's Christina Monroe wins 200m in meet record 26.45. Proctor girls win 4x4 in meet record 4:13.91. Skaneatles wins 4x8 in 10:01 meet record.
Muhammad runs meet record 400IH
By Christopher Hunt
WHITE PLAINS – Suffern’s Shelby Greany convinced Kristin Reese of Carmel to race in the 1,600. They both wanted a fast race. They would both ensure that it happened.
That’s why there wasn’t much strategy involved in this one. They ran attached at the shoulder, Reese on the inside. Every woman for herself.
Greany readied herself with at the start of the bell lap. They both turned it up on the back straight. The Greany pounced with 200 left and Reese responded.
“I took a shot with 200 but she wouldn’t let me pass,” Greany said. FULL STORY HERE
McGovern tops meet record
By Christopher Hunt
WHITE PLAINS – Curtis senior Troy Faulkner lay on the ground with his legs propped against the fence just outside the track. He talked about his back hurt, his hamstring felt sore and his ankle pained him. Everything hurt now, the same way it did before the race started.
Maybe the two rounds of the 100 meters he ran Friday coupled with the trials of the 200 Saturday morning started to creep into body and alert that in truth, running fast was a painful undertaking.
“But when the gun went off,” he said, “I felt no pain.” FULL STORY
Livingston claims 800, Malivert tops 100
By Christopher Hunt
WHITE PLAINS – He didn’t look good. Not at all. Not with his head bobbing back and forth and the way his arms seemed to churn him forward like his legs were in disagreement.
But with 100 meters left, Great Neck South junior Terrance Livingston snapped together. His strides became powerful and decisive. His elbows tucked in and his arms became the perfect compliment. So while it seemed like he fell out of contention, Livingston glided past William Godfrey of Merrimack and Peekskill’s Lawrence Campbell to win the 800 meters at the Loucks Games in 1:56.71. FULL STORY HERE
Lipari outkicks field in 3,200
Suffern girls win East Coast DMR
By Christopher Hunt
WHITE PLAINS -- Tyler Stutzman didn’t want to waste any time. No point in that anyway.
So when the junior from Virginia’s Western Albemarle took the stick for the anchor leg of the boys East Coast distance medley relay he didn’t hesitate before he reeled in the anchors from Shenendehowa and Colonie.
“If you past them fast enough they start to think, ‘maybe I can’t stay with this guy,’” Stutzman said
Some call it taking their hearts. Either way, Stutzman was right. No one challenged him and Western Albermarle, the Nike indoor Nationals DMR champs, won the East Coast distance medley relay on the first day of the Loucks Games. FULL STORY HERE