J-D boys indoor track wins at Utica College meet

first_imgCaleb Smith earned winning points in the high jump, clearing 5’8″ to match Clinton’s Andrew Weider. In the 3,200-meter run, Kaleel Boykins and Brian Hulbert paired up to win in 21:32.10, with Remsen second (21:46.99), more than 14 seconds behind.Joe Staples, Nick Dekaney, Haberle Conlon and Nate DiDomenico earned second place in the 4×200 relay in 1:37.78, with Staples helping Smith finish fourth in the long jump, Smith fourth among individuals with 19’8″.Conlon and DiDomenico were second (1:19.64) to Canastota (1:18.41) in the 300-meter dash, while Renaldo Colon was second in the 600-meter run in 1:33.64 and paired with Gabriel Cuello to finish second on the team side with 3:12.52. Starting 2020 on top, the Jamesville-DeWitt boys indoor track and field team changed venues and ventured to Utica College’s Hutton Dome last Friday night to win the fourth Mohawk Valley Indoor Track Association meet of the winter.All told, the Red Rams earned 75 points, well clear of runner-up Utica Proctor’s 50 points in the second spot in this relay-format event.James Richer unleashed a winning shot put throw of 43 feet 4 1/4 inches, which was matched by West Canada Valley’s Chase Youngs as Richer and Ben Staples were third in the team event with 82’4 1/4″. Staples and Jason Pritts finished fifth in the weight throw. Sam Smith and Ahviere Reese were third in the 1,000-meter run in 5:44.57. J-D also finished third in the 4×800 relay in 8:49.07 as Jacob Cottet and Alex Pomeroy took fourth place in the 1,600-meter run in 10:30.99.The J-D girls earned 13.5 points, but Laetticia Bazile won the high jump as the lone athlete to clear 5 feet as Rainer Yaeger had a second-place triple jump of 35’5 1/2″.The Red Rams finished fourth in the 4×200 relay in 1:58.40 and seventh in the 4×400 relay. Janna VanVraken and Theresa Grosso were eighth in the 300-meter dash.A day later, at SRC Arena, Fayetteville-Manlius had its girls team win the afternoon portion of the John Arcaro Memorial Invitational, earning 124 points as Westhill (104 points) was second. The boys Hornets, with 70 points, finished second to Cazenovia.Claire Walters ran the 1,000 in 2:58.62 to beat out Hannah Kaercher’s 3:03,28. Walters, Grace Kaercher, Hannah Kaercher and Fiona Mejico went 9:26.35 to dominate the 4×800 before Mejico won the 600 in 1:42.66 and took team honors with Elizabeth Bansbach in 3:38.11.Ani Sydorowych and Alexa Bolton paired to win the 3,000 in 23:11.59 as Phoebe White, in 4:54.45, topped Amelia Amack (5:13.49) in the 1,500. Arianna Caron and Brennan Jolly joined the Kaercher sisters to win the 4×400 in 4:24.13.Samantha Pynn beat the field in the 300 in 45.60 seconds as she and Natalee Barber took the team event in 1:34.32. Barber won the 55 hurdles in 9.33 seconds as she and Elina Cabrera were third in the team event.Isabel Zuber went 16’6 1/2″ in the long jump to win it as she and Cabrera took team honors with 31’3 1/2″, followed by a triple jump that Zuber claimed in 35’5″ and won with Pynn by going 66’4″ between them.Harper Stoppacher, clearing 5’4″, won the high jump ahead of Katie Berge’s 4’6″. Zuber and Brigid Teaken were third in the 55 sprint and F-M took third in the 4×200 as Wren Usiatynski cleared 8’6″ in the pole vault.Peyton Geehrer and Sam Otis went 1-2 in the 3,200, Geehrer prevailing in 9:28.37 as Geoff Howles won the 1,600 in 4:33.01. Owen Snyder, Ian Brown, Ben Hutz and Corey Gallagher won the 4×400 in 3:40.47, with the Hornets second in the 4×200 in 1:42.10.Dan Sokolovic had a winning shot put throw of 44’6 1/2″ and, with Hashim Naeem, was first on the team side with 71’8 1/2″ as Sokolovic added a winning weight throw of 48’3″. Snyder was third in the 55 hurdles and F-M was third in the 4×800.Earlier, in the morning session, East Syracuse Minoa tied for seventh in the boys event and 11th in the girls event, with Christian Brothers Academy ninth in the boys event.ESM’s Logan Cowell and Kevin Hasty were second in the boys shot put with throws of 75’4 3/4″ and second in the weight throw with 78’11 1/2″, with Michael Parks third in the 55 hurdles adn tying for third in the high jump. Bennett Ferrari cleared 9’6″ in the pole vault.On the girls side, the Spartans’ Rhianno Butchko and Mia DiPietro were third in the high jump with 8’10” as Kaleigh Maloof and Karley Burton were fourth in the 55 hurdles.CBA’s Zach Medicis and Joel Gaffney paired to win the 1,600 in 9:33.25, with Gaffney winning the 600 in 1:29.20 as he and Medicis got the team victory in 3:02.98. Riley Nash and Cooper Groat were second in the 3,200, while on the girls side Olivia Morganti and Julia Medicis were fourth in the 1,000.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story center_img Tags: CBAESMF-Mindoor trackJ-Dlast_img