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We'll be on the scene for the first big meet of the Indoor Season. The Bishop Loughlin Games have been growing over the past decade, to the new 2-day competition at Ocean Breeze. Check out the quick preview the host venue put together below, and stay tuned for all the coverage.

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What to Watch for on Day One of Bishop Loughlin (Girls): 
55mH - Jaice Dorsey (Susan Wagner) won the 55mH sophomore last year at Bishop Loughlin & looks to win the varsity 55mH this year, seeded at a time of 8.55 
55m - Chimeremya Odoh (Plainfield) & Jodiann Ebanks (Benjamin Cardozo) are seeded at 7.15 & 7.18 respectively, which will make for an exciting 55m dash 
2 Mile - Ava Gumb (St. Joseph Hill) & Emily LaMena (Elwood/John Glenn) go head-to-head in the two-mile run seeded at 10:40 & 10:42, respectively. Gumb won the two-mile at the 2021 Bishop Loughlin Games while LaMena finished in seventh-place 
1000m - Former Ocean Breeze WaveRunner and cross-country freshman standout Katelyn Kliesch enters a crowded field of competitors all seeded at 3:05 & below. Kara Sinnott (Shenendehowa, 3:04.56), Eva Gonzalez (Archbishop Molloy, 3:05.50), Laina Friedmann (Smithtown West, 3:05) & Kliesch (3:00) all look to claim victory in the 1000m. Friedman won the sophomore 1000m a year ago with Gonzalez finishing in fourth-place in the event 
600m - Blake Sterfan (Agnes Irwin, 1:31) & Leonni Griffin (Shaker, 1:34.65) are the top-two seeded individuals in the 600m on Saturday. Griffin looks to repeat as the Bishop Loughlin Games 600m champion 
300m - Three sub-40 student-athletes come into Saturday; Avery Lewis (Friends' Central, 39.54), Gabrielle Cummings James Madison, 39.85), & Landy Brutus (Susan Wagner, 39.88) Brutus finished in sixth-place one year ago in this event 
Mile - Tara Iyer (Guilderland) is seeded at a sub-five time of 4:44.50 entering the varsity mile 
4x200m - Guilderland comes into the meet seeded as the favorite at 1:46.90 with Medgar Evers (1:48.00) behind them 
4x800m - Shaker is seeded at 9:42.50 and look to repeat as 4x800 champions from a year ago. Shaker returns three out of the four winning quartet from 2021 (Charlotte Dunkel, Leonni Griffin & anchor leg Kaleigh Higgins) 
4x400m - Defending 4x400 champions Padua are the seeded favorites and with Molly Flanagan & Jules Balon returning from one year ago with the hopes of repeating for the Pandas 
Pole Vault - Both seeded at 12-00, Sophia Hill (Radnor) & Leah Solomon (Pingry) look to claim the pole vault championship 
Long Jump - Avery Lewis (Friends' Central) is seeded at 21-2.50 entering the event. The Bishop Loughlin meet record of 19-7.50 set in 1996 could be up for grabs here. Lewis jumped to a mark of 20-8.5 at New Balances Nationals back in March 
Shot Put - Zaria Lewis of Curtis High School, right here in Staten Island, looks to repeat as shot put champion. One year ago, Lewis set the mark of 35-7.75 to win the shot put 
Weight Throw - Aviana Rezendes (Classical) enters this year as the defending champion & looks to repeat as champion in 2022 
Triple Jump - Sophia Curtis (Ocean City) is seeded at 38-8.75 as the favorite entering Saturday 

What to Watch for on Day Two of Bishop Loughlin (Boys): 
55mH - Pottsgrove teammates Trevon Foster & Tre Cook enter as the favorites at 7.02 & 7.17 entering Sunday 
55m - Alden Chambers (North Babylon) is the top seeded athlete at 6.42 entering Sunday & looks to take away the championship from Josiah Brown (Holy Trinity) Brown is the 2021 Bishop Loughlin 55m dash champion 
2 Mile - Jonah Reisner (Brooklyn Tech) looks to repeat as the Bishop Loughlin Games Two Mile Champion 
1000m - Staten Islander Fernando Diaz (Susan Wagner) enters the 1000m as the favorite at 2:31.00. Diaz competed in the mile last year, finishing in second-place. Patrick Mulryan (Chaminade) is seeded at 2:32.00, which will make for a great race 
600m - The boys 600m field is loaded on Sunday and includes defending champion Wesley Noble Jr. (Bishop Loughlin) who comes in at 1:18.57. He will be opposed by Xander Roberts-Bogin (Pleasantville, 1:22.00) who finished in third-place one year ago & Jelani Johnson, Noble's teammate, who comes into Sunday seeded at 1:22.57 
300m - Josiah Brown (Holy Trinity) looks to double in the 55m & 300m. The 300m features Brown seeded at 35.09 with Susan Wagner teammates Tristan Clerk (36.22), Michael Perez Cardoza (36.38), & Simon Dumas (36.54) looking to win the 300m along with Jabril Carter (Mount St. Michael, 36.48), & Cameron Stodghill (La Salle, 36.50) 
Mile - Joseph Perazzo (Susan Wagner) enters at 4:14.00 with hopes of winning the mile for the hometown Falcons 
4x200m - The quartet of Ivan Lee, William White, Daniel Mansour, & Shawn Bowman-Jerez of Susan Wagner (1:30.78) enter as the favorites with the Pottsgrove quartet of Tre Cook, Trevon Foster, Chris Reed, & Demitrius Cater (1:32.00) right behind them 
4x800m - Susan Wagner is the favorite in the 4x800, coming in at 8:02.00 led by Fernando Diaz, Zakari Ango, Jake Frayler, & Joseph Perazzo leading the way 
4x400m - The aforementioned Noble & Johnson of Bishop Loughlin look to lead the way for the Lions, who enter as the favorites at 3:19.56. The Lions are the defending 4x400 champions with Noble, Johnson, & Rashaun Euche all running the event again this Sunday. The meet record of 3:20.04 is for the taking with the Lions 
Long Jump - Four athletes enter Sunday seeded at 21-00 & above: Tristan Blake (Harborfields, 21-8, David Crews (St. Frances, 21-2), Aiden Tam (Peddie School, 21-00) & Graham Houghton (Pingry 21-00) Houghton finished in fifth-place one year ago at the Bishop Loughlin Games 
Shot Put - Looking to improve on last year's 15th place finish, Gustavo Perez (Classical) enters Sunday as the favorite to win the shot put at 50-9 
Weight Throw - Susan Wagner's Jaidyn Danquah is seeded at 61-9 & looks to win the weight throw championship for the Falcons this Sunday 
Triple Jump - Kameron Coleman (Christian Brothers Academy) enters the triple-jump as the top-seeded Individual at 47-2