New York Has A Record Breaking Weekend At New Balance Nationals

Boys All-American

St. Anthony's showed the versatility of their youth, placing 4th overall in the SMR after winning the EE 4x800m.

South Shore may have seen some injuries in the final, but still placed 5th overall.  Their 1:29.27 in the prelims was the faster time.

Elmont came back from States with another winning performance, sneaking in for 6th overall in the 4x400m.

Although it's rarely run, Archbishop Molloy took home third overall in the 4xShuttle Hurdle Relay, going 29.82.

Looking for that State Leader, the boys of Xavier clocked 7:50.84 in the 4x800m to take third in the final.

The rarely run 5000m brought home a medal, as Matt Fusco (Somers) took 6th overall in a NY #6 All-Time performance.

Corning utilized Kevin Moshier's 4:14 split in the 1600m to place 5th, just ahead of Liverpool in 6th, both on the podium of the DMR.

With three athletes tied at 7-00.25, Dan Claxton of Smithtown East would have to settle for third based on jumpbacks.of Emmanuel Oguntoye (Amittyville) would take 5th in the triple jump final, hitting 48-4 to make the podium.

Sneaking onto the podium in the 6th position was Tom Reiser (Minisink Valley), throwing the weight  73-00.75.

Brian Baccaglini (Nanuet) took part in the rare Boys Mile Racewalk, placing 6th in 7:31.33.