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The annual Manhattan Invitational is hitting 45 year milestone, and with it comes plenty of history.
The times were flying on a perfect day in Bethlehem!
Maryland's Dalton Hengst and Delaware's Keelin Hays, along with the US#7 Centerville (OH) girls, headline Friday's Paul Short Run.
Marshfield (MA) grinded over the final meters of the race to get the win over powerhouse teams like CBA (NJ).
When the championship portion of the season rolls around that’s when most high school track and field athletes do most of their team’s heavy lifting. So since some of the county championships have started around New York State, I wanted to take a highlight some of the best doubles we’ve seen over this past weekend. Here are some that stood out.
HUNTINGTON – As much as Owen Skeete had built a reputation for front-running, he has built the same reputation for crumbling once the field reeled him in.
Story and photos by Tim Fulton NEW ROCHELLE - Coach Cap might look a little younger come Monday. The long time New Rochelle track and field coach, perhaps best known for making great hurdlers, has a new 400m hurdler on his hands. All American Elizabeth Mott, who placed 4th in the 400m at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships in 54.81, setting a new Section 1 Record in the process, is now running the longer hurdle race. Coach Capellan, or “Cap” as most of his athletes and colleagues call him, bet Mott that if she could break 66 seconds her first time in the event, he’d shave his mustache. From the sound of the gun, it was never in doubt. FULL ARTICLE HERE Photo Gallery Here
Highlights from around NY State on a beautiful weekend for early April. NEW ROCHELLE INVITATIONAL - Elizabeth Mott (New Rochelle) opens season with 62.1 400m hurdles, her first time ever running the event. Bayshore girls win SMR, 4x800, 4x1600. Mt. Vernon girls win 4x4 in 4:04. Somers girls sweep shot put and discus. Ashley Hendrix (Uniondale) over Mott in 100m hurdles. ARTICLE HERE - Photo Gallery Here WINDSOR NY/PA INVITATIONAL - Meet Records Galore: Kate Rosettie (Corning) 10:32.3 3000m, Liverpool 50.5 4x100, Corning 10:05.8 4x800, April Doyle (Lakeland, PA)39' 1/2 Shot Put, Doyle and Sarita Barreiro (Binghamton) 111' 10" discus, Vascili Papastrat (Binghamton) 9:44.7 3200, Corning 42.9 4x100m, AJ Johnson 23'8 long jump and 47'6 triple jump. FARRELL INVITATIONAL - Danbury of Connecticut takes home the team trophy in the Championship DMR setting a new meet record of 10:21.0 paced by a sparkling 4:20.1 anchor leg by All-American Parker Boudreau. Host Monsignor Farrell is victorious in a hotly contested 4x400 as James Farley splits 49.9 in Farrell's 3:23.4 triumph. Curtis wins the 4x200 as the Warriors All-American Troy Faulkner records a 22.0 on the anchor -- he later came back with a 48.5 in the 4x400. PICTURES HERE KINGS RELAYS - Ramapo boys 42.22 4x100, 1:27.03 4x200m, and 3:21.33 4x400. Collegiate takes SMR in 3:37.57. South Shore's Tricia Beckles and Jessica Laurent go 1-2 in 400m hurdles. Boys and Girls 48.97 4x100m, a 3:56 AND 3:57 4x400m, going 1-2, a 9:42 4x800m, and a 4:07 SMR. WOW! PANTER RELAYS - Hen Hud's Zach Weisbrot 56.1 400m hurdles, Washigtonville boys win the "throwers" 4x100m in 52.1. Wallkill wins 4x100m, 4x400m, and SMR. Cornwall boys take DMR. Ben Waruch (Roundout Valley) leaps 6-06 in HJ. Pine Bush girls win 4x4 and SMR, Cornwall the DMR, and Kingston's Shorna Brown wins HJ in 5-04. PIRATE RELAYS- Ramapo's Hendrick Jean and Marvin Paye win SP relay while Pearl River's Werner Camacho and Walter Camacho win discus relay. Newburgh boys win team title. Newburgh's Danielle McHolder wins 400m hurdles in 65.9, Bronxville girls distance runners dominate winning 3K, 2K steeple, and 4x1600m. Suffern's Jen Clayton leaps 37 feet in triple jump.