Hispanic Games 2008

New York, NY


Armory Athlete of the Week - 2/20 and 2/27 Feb 28, 2008

Union Catholic, NJ Boys 4x200m - 1:28.35 US#1 Nadonnia Rodriques (Boys and Girls) 400m US#1, NY State Record 52.83 Dominique Booker (Immaculate Conception, NJ) 24.21 200m - US#3 Wayne Davis (Southeast Raligh, NC) Armory Record 55m HH 7.17 US Leader

2008 Hispanic Games Jan 07, 2008

Action shots and scenes from the 14th Annual Hispanic Games at The Armory in New York City.

Hispanic Games Coverage on ArmoryTrack.com Jan 06, 2008

Boys Article - Girls Article  VIDEO - Boys Mile - Boys 2 Mile - Girls 4x200m - Girls 400m - Boys 400m - Boys 4x200m  PHOTO GALLERY - 1000 Pictures MEET RESULTS HERE  - extras added Tuesday - complete results in every event except 200m, which is coming Wednesday, Coverage on NJ RUNNERS.COM -  VIDEO COMING....Girls 4x800m - Boys 4x800m - plus Interviews BENJAMIN CARDOZO, NY - US LEADERS IN THE 4X800M photo by wingedfootfotos.com

Merber kicks into the Garden Jan 06, 2008

Mount St. Michael's McGovern vaults 15-6By Christopher Hunt            It’s the simplest strategy in any race. When it happens everyone sees it coming and most of the time there’s very little that can be done to stop it. Kyle Merber executed it to perfection.            The Half Hollow Hills West senior, who orally committed to Columbia, sat and waited behind Danbury’s Willie Ahern, drafting like a Nascar driver.  Lap after lap Merber stalked Ahern until he decided he felt good enough to surge. When he did, he blew the race wide open.           Merber won the invitational mile at the Hispanic Games in 4 minutes, 15.13 seconds, earning a spot in the high school mile at the Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden Feb. 1 in the fastest time in the nation this season. FULL STORY HEREphoto by wingedfootfotos.com

9 US#1\'s at Hispanic Games Jan 05, 2008

Two Long Island Runners Are Millrose Bound! By Christopher HuntShe got swallowed by the crowd, disappeared in sea of legs and elbows. But then the leaders started to fall apart and drop back. That’s when Roslyn’s Emily Lipari emerged, suddenly in a battle with Lillian Greibesland of Warwick Valley. Lipari zipped ahead with a lap remaining. Then Greibesland pulled even on the backstretch while Lipari squeezed every inch out of the stride on her 5-foot frame. FULL STORY HERE  photo wingedfootfotos.com

MileSplit\'s Weekend Preview Jan 04, 2008

The Hispanic Games (NY) should produce fast times this weekendOnce again the national track and field scene continues to warm up, each weekend presenting more attractive competition to the national audience.  This weekend a few meets standout for a variety of reasons.  See which meets deserve your attention.

1/4-6: Schaffer soars | Krais, Price, Lutz, Bailey, Lowery, Featherstone fly|Shump, Kwaitkowski long Jan 04, 2008

 PHOTO GALLERY: 2008 Lebanon Valley College HS Inv. #1VIDEO Lebanon Valley: Girls/Boys 55m Prelims & Finals, Boys 55m Hurdles Finals VIDEO Hispanic Games: PA athletes in Boys Mile - Boys 2 Mile - Boys Inv 400 - Girls 4x200 - Girls 400  Meghan Lutz won the 3k at the Hispanic Games with a time of 10:23.06. Shanae Bailey captured the 200.  Jermaine Lowery and Khaliff Featherstone went 2-3 in the 400 with times of 49.03 and 49.11.  Juan Steward took 2nd in the 200 in 22.11.  At the Reno Pole Vault Summit in Nevada Abby Schaffer went 12-11.5 to take 2nd place.  At the 5th DVGTCA meet of the year Ryann Krais and Karen Shump delivered solid performances.  Krais won the 600 meter run, 1:41.6, and the long jump, 18'1.50", while Shump took the shot put, 48'01".  At the Colgate Women's Games Chanelle Price won the 800 meter race with a time of 2:13.  Upper Dublin won the DMR and SMR at the TFCAGP D1 meet with times of 10:43.2 and 1:36.2. At TSTCA #1 at Pitt, Dan Kwaitkowski, McDowell, cleared the state field with a shot put nearing 60'”. Photo: At the Lebanon Valley College HS Invite #1, Fatima Gaston (right), Erin Guty (Trinity), and Brooke Mathews (Indian Valley), ripped top 55 dashes.