NYSPHSAA - New York State Championships 2009

Plattsburgh, NY


NYSPHSAA - Girls C Race Nov 16, 2009

Bronxville girls win another team title. Allison Lasnicki of Canastota takes individual title. (video quality is low because of the rain)

NYSPHSAA - Girls A Race Nov 16, 2009

Aisling Cuffe of Cornwall destroyed the field to win in 17:001., a new course record. Queensbury girls won team title.

NYSPHSAA - Boys D Race Nov 16, 2009

Mike Champagne of Seton Catholic, running in front of his home crowd, repeats as champion. Barker wins team title.

NYSPHSAA - Boys C Race Nov 16, 2009

Pawling's Brandon Freyer edges out Max Straneva of Chenango Valley. Holland Patent wins team title.

NYSPHSAA - Girls AA Race Nov 16, 2009

Fayetteville-Manlius sweeps the top 5 places to win the NYS title - something never done before in state history.

NYSPHSAA - Boys AA Race Nov 14, 2009

Fayetteville-Manlius overcomes some illness to win the state title. Nick Hughes of North Rockland win crown in 15:27, fastest time of the day.

FM boys win crown; Freyer outleans Straneva for C title Nov 14, 2009

  PLATTSBURGH -- This season seemed destined to be a special one for Fayetteville-Manilus. On paper, it housed the best squad around. Even when Alex Hatz missed the better part of the season after having kidney surgery in August, many believed that FM would still be the best team in the state.

FM Perfect at States; Cuffe gets first title Nov 14, 2009

  PLATTSBURGH – People often talk about how the greatest athletes create challenges for themselves or invent doubters that otherwise do not exist. It’s rare that an entire team has to create imaginary resistance or in this case, turn on each other.

New York State Championships - Complete Info Nov 11, 2009

  ArmoryTrack.com will once again be onsite at The NYSPHSAAChampionships, this year being held in Plattsburgh, NY.  We will provide race pictures and video, video interviews, and stories - all to be posted Saturday-Monday.

Lipari may be out for remainder of season Dec 31, 1969

Roslyn senior Emily Lipari, the two-time defending Class A state champion, will sit out what would have been her final cross country state meet. Lipari said felt pain in her ankle after the Section 8 conference championships but ran through the discomfort all week and even at the Section 8 championships.