Coach JP Kaminski ends a 17-year run, and he is joined by two Eagle veterans to recall a special season.
Articles with Bronxville
We look at all the action that happened around the State.
What a State Meet it was. Numerous Meet Records and All-Time Top Ten Marks went down this weekend, as Middletown brought the heat on the track, and in the field.
We're ready for a barn-burner, coming straight to you LIVE from Loucks.
On our latest episode of On The Line, we chat with Bronxville (NY) High School coach Ian Clark
What do the Returner Rankings say about your teams potential relay success?
Double trouble out of Bronxville.
Wild times are on the way in Class C as a pack of teams scramble to replace a departed champion.
New York teams aim to blaze fast trails at Nationals, while a mix of reigning champs and rebel contenders are getting set to shake things up in the state's conference championships.
In a scrambled up Class C, two longtime rivals with 18 state championships between them may be squaring off again, but a new band of Warriors hope to capture their first title in 29 years.
The drought is finally over, and we're ready for our first big meet of the season.
For Brothers Alex and Matthew Rizzo, the duo has grown up in tandem.
Is this the best year ever for Track and Field in NY?
It's the most competitive time of the year!
The State Qualifiers on Thursday and Friday provide great action from six sections.
The Section 1 Coaches Invite served up some strong regional action on the course that will hold Feds and Regionals
This weekend will be the last time out-of-section teams will get to race at Bowdoin Park, home to btoh the Federation Championships and the NXN-NY Regional.
A look at the All-Time Lists ahead of Saturday's action.
Much of the day's action at Van Cortlandt Park will be devoted to the letter races, and there are great matches on hand for all.
The annual Manhattan Invitational is hitting 45 year milestone, and with it comes plenty of history.
While some schools are good, one school is great
Highlights, coverage, and results from the top meets across the country on the weekend of December 20th.
In May of 2010, two runners ran step-for-step for 7 1/2 laps with a mad dash to a finish that separated them by two tenths of a second. One would go on to become a top UNC Tarheel and the other would launch herself on a course that would make her a junior world champion in July 2014. It's Elastic Girl versus the Flipper, revisited, and the tale of the big decisions they battled over.
NEW YORK - Last year the storylines swirled fast and furious around Erin Finn, Dior Hall, and the girls of Grosse Pointe South (Michigan). Can they rekindle the magic this year? (Photo by Don Rich)
Cain, an 11th grader who has the national high school record for 1500 meters, will stay in Bronxville, New York, and work long-distance with Salazar. (via Runner's World)
Christian Brothers Academy blasted a 12:44.54 team average for the course record. Edward Cheserek won in 11:58 and Mary Cain won in 14:03. (Photo by Kyle Brazeil)
US#7 Cardinal O'Hara runs near the front of the pack and sweeps top-4 places at county meet! Check out all the action here!
Alli Cash rolls Rim Rock. US#1 Christian Brothers Academy started their quest for another national title in Wappingers Falls NY with a perfect 15 score. (Photo by Michael Frazier)
New York - It may only be the first weekend for most high schoolers, but the harriers have officially been at it since August 20th. While most teams will have their first meet in the books next week, several teams elected to not wait out the week. Check out below for only some of the highlights from the area.
- Barcelona, Spain - Mary Cain (Bronxville, NY) might have only been 6th in the 1500 meters final at the IAAF World Junior Championships but she certainly electrified US fans and cemented her place in prep history with a blazing time of 4:11.01. (Photo courtesy of Victah Sailer, Photorun.net).
Breakdown of Girls' Varsity Races
The modest Bronxville sophomore keeps looking to PR
Bronxville’s Mary Cain finished second in the 1,500 meters at the USA Junior Championships Sunday in Eugene, Ore., then found out that she is too young to compete at the Pan Am Games next month and also too young to compete at the World Youth Championships this summer, effecting ending the most proflic freshman campaign of any runner to put on spikes in New York State.
The Fast Times Relays is known as a meet geared for relays to come in with fresh legs and produce, well, fast times. But Middletown senior Mel Mosley turned in an iron horse performance that made it no wonder why he’ll be the cornerstone of the freshman recruiting class of Southern University in Louisiana.
Bronxville freshman Mary Cain added another race to an incredible string of performances Friday night when she won the 3,000 meters at the Warwick Friendship Invitational in 9:28.6.
Bronxville’s Mary Cain is just a freshman. By now, she’s achieved almost every time-goal she’s ever set for her high school career. Now she wants to find where her limits are, because it’s safe to say at this point that no one knows.
Track Chat with Ciarra Brewer, James Logan CA, who boasts a 43-04.25 PR for the Triple Jump, good for US#7 All-Time.
Mary Cain, Bronxville NY, blasted a 4:41.8 1600 anchor to lead Bronxville to a 11:56.5 clocking to finish 2nd to Cornwall, 11:55.9. Read more about Mary inside...
Mary Cain (Bronxville, NY) and Chad Noelle (Greene, NY) win this week's awards after strong races at The Armory and Madison Square Garden.
The Eastern States Championship race at the Manhattan Invitational is meant to bring together some of the best teams in the country on a course considered a benchmark for evaluating distance runners. With that said, New York proved again to be one of the most competitive states in the US in cross country.
KINGS PARK – It’s safe to say that no one knew what St. Anthony’s had when the season started. The Friars graduated four of their top seven runners from last year and most this year’s squad would be making their varsity debut.
KINGS PARK – Bronxville coach Jim Mitchell only yells during races. The rest of the time he’s pretty even. He won’t berate a runner that fails. Instead he might coddle only a little, with a simple, “It’s okay.”
These rankings were calculated by scoring the rankings as a meet. We scored 20 deep for individuals and 20 deep for relays. For example, for individuals 1st place received 20 points for their team, on down to 1 point for 20th place.
KINGS PARK – Bronxville coach Jim Mitchell didn’t panic when his star runner, Henrietta Miers, needed to sit this one out. Miers had strep throat needed the week off and Mitchell chose to look on the bright side.
Bronxville is a very small, very affluent community in southern Westchester County, nestled between Mt. Vernon, Yonkers, and New Rochelle, all very urban areas. The town consists of a cummuter train station, a movie theatre, numerous restraurants and coffee shops, and some of the most beautiful homes in the country.
WHITE PLAINS – Suffern’s Shelby Greany has said for months that she would run her races her way. She wouldn’t wait. She wouldn’t be a reactionary runner.
Jermaine Brown trotted across the finish line after easing down the home stretch while peaking at the clock. It was a smooth run, an easy run. Then the time popped up – 21.26 seconds, a New York State record while running the top qualifying top in the 200-meter semifinals.
The best of NY State come together at Cornell University this weekend for the NY State Federation Championships. The best athletes from the CHSAA, PSAL, AIS, and NYSPHSAA will battle for the state championships.
This week's How They Train features Bronxville's Caitlin Hudson. How They Train is designed to give a in-depth of how runners just like who train around the state. Since there's no uniform formula we decided to find out yours.
KINGS PARK – Nick Hughes turned the corner for the last 200 meters at Sunken Meadow Park glued to Port Washington’s Marco Bertolotti’s shoulder. They weren’t just looked to out-kick each other. Someone was going to break.
NEW YORK – At nearly every cross country practice around the country there are coaches preaching to kids about pack-running, praying that they work off each other like they are tied together by some invisible rope. Pretty much the way the Bronxville girls looked.
ArmoryTtack.com's Tim Fulton and Chris Hunt head to the famed Van Cortlandt Park to see what they would find on a Wednesday morning. As locals know all to well, there is ALWAYS something going on at "Vanny".
Horace Mann, NY at Lake Willoughby in Vermont - ArmoryTrack.com wants team pictures from your cross country summer camps. Send any and all team pics to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete winners in DI, DII, and Federation with pictures of every athletes and relay team. FULL WINNERS TABLE HERE
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.
The Arlington boys and girls hang on to top spots. Suffern boys and girls also ranked very high. Week two posted here.