Anima Banks (Mamaroneck) and Mary Cain (Bronxville) talk after Banks won her first state title in the 1,000 meters. Cain was second.
Megan Clark of James O'Neill wins a state championship in the pole vault in her debut winter season, clearing 12-6.
Medgar Evers wins the 4x200 state championship in 1:43.53.
Kailyn Arcury of Williamsville South talks after winning the state title in the 55 hurdles.
Mount Vernon's Tanaya Yarde talks after winning her first state title at 300 meters.
Kelsey Margey of Harborfields talks after winning the 1,500 state championship.
Oregon-bound Claudia Francis (Cardozo) wins the state 600-meter title.
Stanford-bound Aisling Cuffe talks after breaking the New York State 3,000 record in 9:29.89. The record was held by Molly Huddle, 9:31.97 set in 2002.
Mount Vernon wins the state 4x200 championship in 1:31.45.
Chuk Enekwechi of Francis Lewis talks after winning his first state shot put title with a personal best toss of 62-4.25.
Richmond Ahadzi of Sheepshead Bay talks after winning his second consecutive state championships in the 55 hurdles.
Richmond Ahadzi of Sheepshead Bay wins the 55 hurdles in 7.44.
Vestal's Josh Miller talks with Mel Mosley (Middletown) and Strymar Livingston after winning the state 600 meter title.
Josh Miller (Vestal) wins state 600 championship over national record holder Strymar Livingston (Columbus) and former NY State record holder Mel Mosley (Middletown).
Spring Valley's Winslow Dorsainvil talks after the junior won his first state title, breaking a Section 1 55-meter record in 6.33.
Jesse Garn (Marcellus) and Zavon Watkins (Liverpool) talk after Garn held off Watkins for the state 1,000 championship.
Jesse Garn (Marcellus) upsets Zavon Watkins (Liverpool) for the NYS title.
Chad Noelle (Greene) and Eddie Owens (Packer-Collegiate) talk after their 1-2 finish the 3,200.
ITHACA – When Vestal’s Josh Miller moved up to the varsity track meet as an eighth grader he dreamed about the day he could win a state championship.
Aisling Cuffe decided the pace and controlled the race throughout on her way to her second straight 3,000 state title, this time in a state record 9:29.89. She slipped right ahead of North Shore’s Samantha Nadel and continued dialing up the pace. Nadel followed until Cuffe started to build some distance in the last mile. Her time bettered a mark of 9:31.97, set by Elmira-Notre-Dame’s Molly Huddle in 2002.
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Two years ago, Olicia Williams was one of the fastest rising freshmen in the country, with a 2:09.60 outdoor 800 meters to her credit. But her sophomore campaign didn’t measure up, mostly because Williams was still patting herself on the back.