With complete galleries updated on Tuesday ArmoryTrack.com has now posted over 3400 pictures from the NY State Championships on June 11th and 12th in Vestal, NY.
A complete winners table with photos and over 2000 pictures are in the galleries. Check out the field event pictures which are probably the deepest we've ever had.
Bronxville wins a close race with a season best 3:58.
Garden City runs 3:44
Aisling Cuffe vs. Emily Lipari.
Newburgh sets meet record with 3:13 win over Monroe-Woodbury.
A collection of triple jumps from the D1 and D2 competitions.
The senior won the D1 and Fed titles with a best of 58-08.25
Otis Ubriaco of Burnt Hills uses huge kick to edge Greene's Chad Noelle.
Bayport Bluepoint wins title.
The junior set a new NY State record in the pole vault with his 16-06 winning vault.
The senior rookie won the 400m in 46.81.
The 110m D1 and Fed Champion.
Pole Vault D2 Champion with 15-00 vault.
The 3000m steeplechase champion.
Stewart threw 47-00 to win the shot put.
Rachel Frost of Geneseo won the D2 Pentathlon with 3115 points.
The pentathlon champion scored 3304 points.
The senior won the 800m and anchored his team to a victory in the D2 4x800m with a 1:49 carry.
The junior wins the 3200m with a huge kick.
winner of the 100m hurdles in 13.78
The 2 friends and rivals talk about trading titles in the 1500m and 3000m
800m State Champion
1600m Champion Alex Hatz.
The discus D1 Champ
D2 1600m and 3200m champion
Garden City, Fayetteville-Manlius, and Saratoga Springs stage epic 4x800m battle: 8:49.88 -8:50.54 - 8:50.70
Garden City, Fayetteville-Manlius, and Saratoga Springs stage epic 4x800m battle: 8:49.88
The state championships, any championship competition,is supposed to be a who’s who in the sport. But because the Adidas Grand Prix lands on the same weekend at the New York State championships, part of the discussion will be who’s absent.
Newburgh coach Malcolm Burks felt like senior Randy Patterson had become a forgotten man. Patterson enjoyed a breakthrough indoor season, where he clocked 1:19.92 for 600 meters, the second-fastest time in the state, yet he hadn’t quite broken into the elite class of long sprinters. Worst yet, college coaches weren’t biting. Not like he wanted them to.