Girls’ basketball state rankings: Jan. 27

The New York State Sportswriters Association released its weekly girls’ basketball poll on Tuesday. Records are through games of Jan. 25.

I’ll list the top three teams in each class, as well as any Section 9 teams that made the cut. For the full list, click here.

Class AA

1. Ossining (Section 1, 12-2)

2. Long Island Lutheran (AIS, 9-3)

3. Bishop Loughlin (CHSAA, 15-2)

Honorable mention: Monroe-Woodbury, Kingston, Warwick, Newburgh Free Academy.

Class A

Port Jervis' Sarah Kean during practice on Jan. 23, 2015. (Will Montgomery photo/Times Herald-Record)

 

1. Albertus Magnus (Section 1, 15-0)

2. Cardinal Spellman (CHSAA, 14-2)

3. Lab Museum United (PSAL, 21-0)

11. Wallkill (9-2)

22. Cornwall (8-2)

Honorable mention: Port Jervis.

Class B

1. Irvington (Section 1, 14-1)

2. Bishop Grimes (Section 3, 14-0)

3. Hoosick Falls (Section 2, 11-1)

5. Spackenkill (9-1)

16. Marlboro (7-2)

18. Millbrook (9-1)

19. Fallsburg (10-2)

Class C

1. Chautauqua Lake (Section 6, 13-0)

2. Cooperstown (Section 3, 13-0)

3. Weedsport (Section 3, 16-0)

12. Chester (9-3)

Class D

1. South Kortright (Section 4, 13-0)

2. Fort Edward (Section 2, 14-0)

3. Romulus (Section 5, 13-1)

9. Eldred (8-2)

In case you missed it on Monday, my weekly girls’ basketball page focused on Port Jervis senior guard Sarah Kean, who is Section 9′s leading scorer right now.

Check out the video above and the link here to the story for more.

If you’re looking for girls’ basketball scores and news, check out my Twitter feed: @THR_Montgomery.

The TH-R sports staff did a series on the issue of concussions in sports that ran in the paper on Sunday and Monday. In case you missed those stories, they’re gathered online here: http://www.recordonline.com/concussions

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Active wins leaders

Monroe-Woodbury junior 195-pounder Nick McShea and Highland senior 113-pounder Mike Feliciano joined the 100-win club in dual tournaments over the weekend.

Here’s a look at the active wins leaders in the area:
Mike Raccioppi, Minisink Valley senior 188-34 (34-2)
Vinny Vespa, Monroe-Woodbury senior 167-25 (33-0)
Tom Wightman, Warwick senior 149-38 (28-2)
Nick Sebesta, Wallkill senior 137-61 (24-5)
Matt Wagner, Delaware Valley, Pa. senior 130-34 (25-1)
Quinn Zsido, Cornwall senior 129-31 (36-2)
Gerard Daly, Minisink Valley senior 123-18 (32-3)
Evan Barczak, Monroe-Woodbury sophomore 120-20 (28-2)
Damani Burns, Newburgh Free Academy senior 118-31 (32-1)
Issac Serrano, Newburgh Free Academy senior 118-39 (31-3)
Chris Truglio, Minisink Valley senior 113-39 (33-0)
Frank Carrozza, Delaware Valley, Pa. senior 108-32 (1-0)
Ryan Ferro, Warwick sophomore 103-35 (27-3)
Mike Feliciano, Highland senior 102-24 (26-6)
Pedro Rosales, Middletown senior 102-36 (28-5)
Nick McShea, Monroe-Woodbury junior 100-20 (30-0)

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Latest top 10 rankings: Snowmageddon version

  1. Middletown (10-1): This is Regents exam week and, speaking of tests, Section 9 opponents have to study hard to beat the Middies. Middletown undefeated against local opponents.
  2. Burke Catholic (8-3): The Eagles broke out ofa slump, at least by their standards, with a convincing win over rival Goshen on Sunday.
  3. Monroe-Woodbury (7-5): Yes, I know that the Crusaders have a win over Burke Catholic, but the rankings look at body of work. Monroe-Woodbury’s keeps looking better and better.
  4. Valley Central (6-3): Is Kenny Gray trying to stake his claim as the best three-sport athlete in Section 9? He’s a star quarterback, go-to basketball player and isn’t bad with a lacrosse stick in his hand.
  5. Washingtonville (8-4): Best turnaround in Section 9this year? You might find it right in “The Ville.” Washingtonville, coming on, won three games last year. The return of coach Todd Rose and an array of talented players have led the way for the Wizards.
  6. Monticello (9-3): Perhaps, playing some of its best ball during the Monticello coach Chris Russo era.
  7. Saugerties (9-2): Raised its stock with a win over Newburgh on Sunday with the usual suspects, Paton Gibbs and Darnell Edge, leading the way.
  8. Pine Bush (6-5): Agree with everyone on Twitter (follow me at @justinrod845 and be cool, be popular, get the girl etc.) who said I ranked Pine Bush too high last week (No. 2). I also jinxed the poor Bushmen, who promptly lost to the quality outfit known as Valley Central.
  9. Highland (8-3): Look at Highland. Breaking into the V845 top 10 and Class B state rankings this week (No. 24).
  10.  Cornwall (10-3): No shame in losing to Our Lady of Lourdes on Sunday. The perfect game to prep Cornwall even more for the postseason.

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Sports cancellations for Monday, Tuesday

All high school (varsity and junior varsity) and middle school athletic events for Monday have been postponed. All varsity events for Tuesday have been cancelled.
Mount Saint Mary has postponed Monday night’s home game with The Sage Colleges. No makeup date has been announced.
Army’s hockey game at Princeton, scheduled for Tuesday night, has been moved to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in New Jersey.

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Sunday wrap: Gene Brigham Invitational results, more

Minisink Valley, the state’s top team, crowned six individual championship to edge Newtown, Conn. out for the team title 220 to 217.5 at the Gene Brigham Invitational Sunday in Slate Hill.

Minisink Valley senior Gerard Daly won named the tournament’s most outstanding wrestler. Daly defeated Joe Walsh of Honesdale, Pa. by technical fall 22-7 in the 120-pound final.

Chris Truglio, a Minisink Valley senior, continued his undefeated season with 5-0 win over James Leuci of Newtown, Conn. in the 138-pound final (See video of match below).

Truglio also handed Maine-Endwell’s Kobe Garrehy his first loss of the season, 6-1 in a semifinal.

Connor Greiner (106 pounds) and Mike Raccioppi (145) pinned their opponents in the final and Jarred Greiner (99) and A.J. Aeberli (160) took first for Minisink Valley. A video of Jarred Greiner’s final is below.

A much-anticipated 220-pound final between Wallkill’s Brandon Mascaro and Middletown’s Joe Humphrey lasted just 14 seconds.

Humphrey received a cut under his eye during an early tie-up and couldn’t continue.

As expected, Monroe-Woodbury, the state’s No. 2 team, cruised to a 5-0 record at the Rondout Duals in Accord. The Crusaders defeated Oneonta 81-0, Ausable Valley 87-0, LaSalle 64-10, Goshen 79-0 and Arlington 65-9.

Monroe-Woodbury won 69 of its 75 matches. Junior 195-pounder Nick McShea picked up his 100th career win with an 11-5 victory over Arlington’s Tanner Nielsen. Senior Vinny Vespa went 5-0 with five pins. Vespa’s pins were in 12 seconds, 14 seconds, 26 seconds, 48 seconds and 2 minutes, 31 seconds.

Gene Brigham Invitational
Finals
(at Minisink Valley Middle School, Slate Hill)

99 pounds: Jarred Greiner (Minisink Valley) d. Beau Burke (Morrisville-Eaton) 3-2
106: Connor Greiner (Minisink Valley) pin Patrick Owens (Monticello) :46
113: Luca Crudo (Newtown, Conn.) d. Pedro Rosales (Middletown) 6-4
120: Gerard Daly (Minisink Valley) tech. fall Joe Walsh (Honesdale, Pa.) 22-7, 5:17
126: Ed Lovely (Newtown, Conn.) pin Taylor Benson (Red Hook) 1:11
132: Dylan Wood (Walton) d. Matt Gonzalez (Newtown, Conn.) 6-2
138: Chris Truglio (Minisink Valley) d. James Leuci (Newtown, Conn.) 5-0
145: Mike Raccioppi (Minisink Valley) pin Alex Stavola (Newtown, Conn.) 1:22
152: Joe Accousti (Newtown, Conn.) d. Clayton Cobe (Northport) 5-2
160: A.J. Aeberli (Minisink Valley) won by injury forfeit over Christian Matos (Middletown)
170: Anthony Falbo (Newtown, Conn.) d. Will Messinger (Putnam Valley) 10-4
182: Lantze Lange (Smithtown West) d. Deonte Moore (Minisink Valley) 3-2
195: Andy Hubina (Newtown, Conn.) pin Darren Coon (Red Hook) 3:01
220: Brandon Mascaro (Wallkill) won by injury over Joe Humphrey (Middletown)
285: Travis Coon (Red Hook) won by injury over Brad Chesbro (Maine-Endwell)

Rondout Duals
Monroe-Woodbury 65, Arlington 9
99: Marco Vespa (MW) won by forfeit; 106: Ulises Olmedo (A) d. Rob Ricci 5-1; 113: Cameron Wernicki (M-W) pin Gavin Pasqualini 2:59; 120: Vinny Vespa (M-W) pin Peter Pasqualini :48; 126: Kevin Kelly (M-W) pin Chris Gresis 4:43; 132: Evan Barczak (M-W) pin Elias Perkes :39; 138: Matt Bracco (M-W) pin Brady Robin 3:31; 145: Jimmy Lewis (M-W) d. Austin Mchugh 9-0; 152: Brandon Lewis (M-W) d. Mike Stanek 8-0; 160: Josh Cordero (M-W) pin Branden Kelly 3:03; 170: Kendal  Elfstrum (M-W) pin Gabe Duden 1:15; 182: Marcello Gennaro (M-W) pin Joe McKenzie :36; 195: Nick McShea (M-W) d. Tanner Nielsen 11-5; 220: Nick Basso (A) d. Kevin  Montolio 5-4; 285: Jacquez Poole (A) d. Celestino Mazzamuto 8-4.

Monroe Woodbury 87, Ausable Valley 0
99 pounds: Marco Vespa (M-W) won by forfeit; 106: Rob Ricci (M-W) won by forfeit; 113: Cameron Wernicki (M-W) pin Emerson Snow  1:47; 120: Vinny Vespa (M-W) pin Jason Fletcher :12; 126: Kevin Kelly (M-W) pin Dylan Baker 1:17; 132: Evan Barczak (M-W) pin Craig Cumber :49; 138: Matt Bracco (M-W) pin Elijah Gainer 2:28; 145: Jimmy Lewis (M-W) pin Teddy Tanzuck 1:42; 152: Brandon Lewis (M-W) pin Casey Spear :44; 160: Andrew Tully (M-W) pin Desmond Fout :45; 170: Kendal Elfstrum (M-W) won by forfeit; 182: Marcello Gennaro (M-W) won by forfeit; 195: Samson Perez (M-W) pin Keith Christensen 1:48; 220: Nick McShea (M-W) pin Zach  Hamilton :31; 285: Celestino Mazzamuto (M-W) d. Kenneth Rivers 7-2.

Monroe-Woodbury 64, LaSalle 10
99: Marco Vespa (M-W) d. Caiden Mondore 13-2; 106: Trent Nadeau (L) d. Rob Ricci 5-4; 113: Richard Schrade (L) d. Cameron Wernicki 18-9; 120: Vinny Vespa (M-W) pin Evan Bell :26; 126: Kevin Kelly (M-W) won by forfeit; 132: Evan Barczak (M-W) won by forfeit; 138: Matt Bracco (M-W) won by forfeit; 145: Joseph Clemente (L) d. Shane Smith 6-0; 152: Brandon Lewis (M-W) d. Ryan Moore 3-1; 160: Andrew Tully (M-W) pin Luke Marcelle 1:49; 170: Kendal Elfstrum (M-W) won by forfeit; 182: Marcello Gennaro (M-W) d. R.J. Hayes 6-1); 195: Nick McShea (M-W) won by forfeit; 220: Kevin Montolio (M-W) won by forfeit; 285: Celestino Mazzamuto (M-W) won by forfeit.

Monroe Woodbury 79, Goshen 0
99 pounds: Marco Vespa (M-W) d. Frank  Fea 8-2; 106: Rob Ricci (M-W) d. Austin Brock 4-3; 113: Cameron Wernicki (M-W) pin Chris  Cardona 1:25; 120: Vinny Vespa (M-W) pin Mike Griffin :14; 126: Kevin Kelly (M-W) won by forfeit; 132: Evan Barczak (M-W) tech. fall Dante  Turner 18-3; 138: Matt Bracco (M-W) pin Zach Diorio 1:03; 145: Jimmy Lewis (M-W) pin Mike  Kubik 1:29; 152: Brandon Lewis (M-W) d. Tom Kearns 6-3; 160: Josh Cordero (M-W) pin Hunter Mullane 3:44; 170: Kendal Elfstrum (M-W) pin Justin Michealson 3:46; 182: Marcello Gennaro (M-W) pin Liam McSwiggen 1:13; 195: Nick McShea (M-W) tech. fall Ryan Ellefsen 23-7; 220: Kevin Montolio (M-W) won by forfeit; 285: Celestino Mazzamuto (M-W) pin Abe Flores 2:25.

Monroe Woodbury 81, Oneonta 0
99 pounds: Marco Vespa (M-W) pin Nick Dower 1:10; 106: Rob Ricci (M-W) d. Kaleb Prentice-Stansbury 12-1; 113: Cameron Wernicki (M-W) d. Jimmy Verrelli 17-8; 120: Vinny Vespa (M-W) pin Mitchell Spaziani 2:31; 126: Kevin Kelly (M-W) pin Parker Adkins 4:22;  132: Evan Barczak (M-W) pin Antonio Pentaris 3:02; 138: Matt Bracco (M-W) pin Rumeal Soler 1:44; 145: Shane Smith (M-W) pin Dalton Ormsby 1:39; 152: Brandon Lewis (M-W) d. Sam Sherrill 15-1; 160: Andrew Tully (M-W) pin Austin Scheer 5:00; 170: Kendal Elfstrum (M-W) pin Jacob Crotser 2:50; 182: Marcello Gennaro (M-W) pin Jovany Hernandez :20; 195: Nick McShea (M-W) pin  Richard Serafin 1:57; 220: Kevin Montolio (M-W) pin LeRoy Williams 1:11; 285: Celestino Mazzamuto (M-W) d. Kris Walwrath 4-0.
 

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Extended pound-for-pound rankings

Ranked the top 10 pound-for-pound wrestlers in the area for print and online editions.

Here’s the list with wrestlers 11 through 20:

1. Damani Burns, Newburgh Free Academy (132, 31-1)
2. Vinny Vespa, Monroe-Woodbury (120, 28-0)
3. Matt Wagner, Delaware Valley, Pa. (195, 25-1)
4. Mike Raccioppi, Minisink Valley (145, 29-1)
5. Quinn Zsido, Cornwall (170, 31-2)
6. Chris Truglio, Minisink Valley (138, 28-0)
7. Tom Wightman, Warwick (152, 27-2)
8. Nick McShea, Monroe-Woodbury (195, 25-0)
9. Ryan Ferro, Warwick (145, 26-3)
10. Gerard Daly, Minisink Valley (120, 29-3)
11. Issac Serrano, Newburgh Free Academy (285)
12. A.J. Aeberli, Minisink Valley (160, 29-1)
13. Joe Humphrey, Middletown (220, 31-3)
14. Kevin Kelly, Monroe-Woodbury (126, 25-0)
15. Evan Barczak, Monroe-Woodbury (132, 22-3)
16. Connor Greiner, Minisink Valley (106, 29-1)
17. Pedro Rosales, Middletown (113, 26-4)
18. Alec Guevara, Wallkill (170, 20-3)
19. Bruce McLee, Washingtonville (182, 21-1)
20. ????

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State basketball HOF ticket info

On March 22, Roscoe’s Becky Ahart will join her husband, Fred in the state basketball hall of fame during a ceremony in Glens Falls.

For more on Ahart’s career at Roscoe, check out this story I wrote when news broke about her selection in November.

The induction ceremony will start at 10 a.m. in Heritage Hall at the Glens Falls Civic Center. It will be followed by an informal reception at Dango’s Irish Sports Bar at 156 Maple St., Glens Falls.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $12 for children aged 6-11. Checks should be made out to the Basketball Coaches Association of New York and mailed to Fred Ahart at Roscoe Central School, P.O. Box 429, Roscoe, NY  12776. The deadline is March 8.

Please direct any questions to Fred at fahart@roscoe.k12.ny.us or 607-498-4126 extension 213.

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Wednesday wrestling wrap

Senior Pedro Rosales became the 11th wrestler in Middletown history to win 100 career matches Wednesday night.

Rosales pinned Pine Bush’s Kyle Vasquez in 53 seconds at 120 pounds. He was going to receive a forfeit at 113 pounds so he bumped up to 120 to record his milestone win on the mat.

Middletown’s all-time wins leaders: Phil Mansueto 149; Matt Doolittle 145; Rocco Mansueto 126; Dan Garland 115; Jared Rosado 113; Bryan Frain 110; Joe Pistone 110; Omar Acevedo 109; Isaiah Gutierrez-Vera 102; Rob Pagan 100; Pedro Rosales 100.

Match of the night: Monroe-Woodbury senior Brandon Lewis, who has battled through injury this season, edged Newburgh Free Academy junior Mike DeCapua 5-4 at 152 pounds.

Kingston, battling a flu bug, forfeited from 120 to 138 pounds in their match against Minisink Valley, the state’s top-ranked team.

Newburgh Free Academy senior 132-pounder Damani Burns continues to roll. Burns pinned Monroe-Woodbury sophomore Evan Barczak, a two-time state qualifier, in 1:23.

Tuxedo clinched its third straight Section 9 Division II-B title with a 42-15 win over Chester,

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Top 10 boys’ basketball rankings: January 21 edition

1. Middletown (9-1): Too. Much. Depth. Period. Middletown hasn’t lost to a Section 9 opponent all year – as one proud administrator proudly predicted before the season.

2. Pine Bush (6-4): Tough match-up against visiting Valley Central on Thursday. Justin Powell vs. Isaiah Boissard battling inside worth the price of admission.

3. Burke Catholic (6-3): The Eagles haven’t been the same since the start of 2015. But don’t write them off just yet.

4. Monroe-Woodbury (5-5): Pete Deleo took to Twitter (follow me @justinrod845) over the weekend to tell me to watch out for the Crusaders in the second half of the season. Monroe-Woodbury followed with a win over Burke Catholic. Good call, Pete.

5. Valley Central (5-3): Brett Jennings broke out as a placekicker for the Valley Central football team this fall and is now doing the same on the hardwood.

6. Red Hook (8-1): You know the routine. Red Hook is once again a perennial MHAL and Class A player.

7. Monticello (8-3): Speaking of Class A powers. Monticello really coming on with Devin Williams, Donovan “The Next Don” Williams and Sha-Shawn Drayton performing well as a “Big Three.” And don’t forget the play of point guard Mentor Gashi.

8. Washingtonville (7-4): Just another reason why Class AA is so deep. Washingtonville is getting healthier and, in turn, even more dangerous.

9. Saugerties (7-2): We all know about Gibbs-Edge, but don’t forget about talented role-players Nick Teitter (seven points, seven rebounds) and Shawn Jansen (five points, 10 rebounds).

10. Roosevelt (7-2): One of the headliners in a league (the MHAL) that is seemingly as deep as ever this winter. See Marlboro, Highland, Poughkeepsie, Coleman Catholic etc.

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Girls track and field: Section 9 leaders

Girls indoor track and field
Section 9 leaders
(through January 20)
55-meters: 1. Rochele Williams (Middletown, Sr.) 7.27**; 2. Jade Anthony (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 7.61; 3. De’Ja Bowen (Middletown, 8th) 7.63; 4. Ahnrea McCaskill (Newburgh, So.) 7.65; 5. Kristin Butts (Dover, Jr.) 7.71; 5. Marielle Aponti (Newburgh, So.) 7.71; 7. Kayla Meade (Cornwall, Fr.) 7.73; 8. Olivia Gibson (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 7.79; 9. Taniya Brown (Middletown, Jr.) 7.82; 10. Mecca Walters (Rondout Valley, Jr.) 7.84.
55 hurdles: 1. Michelle Mitchell (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 8.94; 2. Penny Greibesland (Warwick, So.) 9.11; 3. Christa Sidoti (Cornwall, Sr.) 9.30; 4. Tara Kemp (Middletown, Sr.) 9.40; 5. Jennifer Saint-Surrin (Middletown, Jr.) 9.57; 6. Rachel Volpe (Kingston, Jr.) 9.88; 7. Danielle Thomas (Pine Bush, Sr.) 9.94; 8. Morgan Menzzasalma (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 10.00; 9. Laynie Callo (Marlboro, So.) 10.04; 10. Jackie DeJesus (Middletown, Jr.) 10.14; 10. Michelle Gildea (Washingtonville, Sr.) 10.14.
300: 1. Morgan Menzzasalma (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 41.93**; 2. Olivia Gibson (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 42.49**; 3. Deborah Boerke (Washingtonville, Sr.) 42.77**; 4. Ahnrea McCaskill (Newburgh, So.) 43.37; 5. Gabby Fanning (Cornwall, So.) 43.56; 6. Alayjah Fisher (Newburgh, Jr.) 44.02; 7. Marielle Aponti (Newburgh, So.) 44.38; 8. Kayla Meade (Cornwall, Fr.) 45.15; 9. Maimuna Jammen (Newburgh, So.) 45.38; 10. Maggie McDermott (Chapel Field, Sr.) 45.44.
600: 1. Jillian Decker (Cornwall, Sr.) 1:37.53*; 2. Gabby Fanning (Cornwall, So.) 1:41.10**; 3. Deborah Boerke (Washingtonville, Sr.) 1:41.90**; 4. Jodi Collymore (Pine Bush, Sr.) 1:43.10; 5. Alexis Gomez (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 1:43.19; 6. Morgan Menzzasalma (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 1:44.26; 7. Kiana Zollner (Middletown, Jr.) 1:45.70; 8. Spencer Pavia (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 1:45.94; 9. Kylee Kresge (Valley Central, Jr.) 1:46.40; 10. Angelique Atlas (Goshen, Jr.) 1:47.90.
1,000: 1. Beatrice Boylan (Cornwall, Sr.) 2:58.65*; 2. Ashley Wallace (Cornwall, Sr.) 3:05.35**; 3. Agnes Eigo (Warwick, Jr.) 3:11.34; 4. Dara Cuffe (Cornwall, Sr.) 3:11.61; 5. Megan Reilly (Warwick, Jr.) 3:13.85; 6. Jessica Cueva-Scarpelli (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr.) 3:15.05; 7. Hannah Mellino (Cornwall, So.) 3:15.48; 8. Kiana Zollner (Middletown, Jr.) 3:15.88; 9. Lizbet Navarro (Middletown, Jr.) 3:18.44; 10. Maive Kelly (Washingtonville, Sr.) 3:19.13.
1,500: 1. Dara Cuffe (Cornwall, Sr.) 4:49.30*; 2. Beatrice Boylan (Cornwall, Sr.) 4:50.10*; 3. Ashley Wallace (Cornwall, Sr.) 4:53.90**; 4. Angelique Atlas (Goshen, Jr.) 5:03.00**; 5. Danielle Bartolotta (Warwick, So.) 5:12.93; 6. Sarah Rudge (Onteora, Jr.) 5:16.10; 7. Maeve Kelly (Washingtonville, Sr.) 5:20.30; 8. Morgan Serkes (Goshen, So.) 5:21.30; 9. Alyssa Villielm (Kingston, Fr.) 5:22.21; 10. Heidi Cavalluzzo (Valley Central, So.) 5:22.70.
3,000: 1. Beatrice Boylan (Cornwall, Sr.) 10:19.96*; 2. Kathryn Munks (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr.) 10:24.51*; 3. Annie Kurdziel (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 10:39.63**; 4. Lauren Rothstein (Warwick, Sr.) 11:46.55; 5. Maggie Noe (Kingston, 8 th) 11:48.80; 6. Samantha Leonick (Pine Bush, Sr.) 12:23.00; 7. Jackie Corbett (Pine Bush, So.) 12:23.90; 8. Kelsey Dutton (Sullivan West, Sr.) 12:25.70; 9. Angie Ballard (Tri-Valley, 8 th) 13:31.65; 10. Mary Conway (Tri-Valley, Jr.) 13:44.96.
1,500 race walk: 1. Katie Miale (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 7:24.50; 2. Alina Kasparsons (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 7:45.30; 3. Emily Foreman (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 8:22.46; 4. Athena Blair (Cornwall, Sr.) 8:44.30; 5. Regina Mun (Roosevelt, Sr.) 8:46.60; 6. Jessica Hussey (Tri-Valley, Sr.) 9:18.10; 7. Emily Downes (Onteora, So.) 9:19.50; 8. Kimberly McArdle (Sullivan West, Jr.) 9:25.80; 9. Dia Jones (Cornwall, Sr.) 9:35.20; 10. Margaret Ryan (Monroe-Woodbury, Fr.) 9:39.30.
800 relay: 1. Middletown 1:46.02*; 2. Newburgh 1:47.70**; 3. Cornwall 1:47.92**; 4. Monroe-Woodbury 1:50.17; 5. Warwick 1:51.01; 6. Washingtonville 1:51.01; 7. Kingston 1:54.63; 8. Onteora 1:56.30; 9. Wallkill 1:56.55; 10. Pine Bush 1:58.22.
1,600 relay: 1. Cornwall 4:06.71**; 2. Monroe-Woodbury 4:08.04**; 3. Newburgh 4:10.16**; 4. Warwick 4:15.43; 5. Wallkill 4:19.10; 6. Washingtonville 4:20.80; 7. Middletown 4:21.50; 8. Valley Central 4:26.40; 9. Kingston 4:28.59; 10. Minisink Valley 4:36.04.
3,200 relay: 1. Cornwall 9:23.37*; 2. Monroe-Woodbury 9:52.79**; 3. Warwick 9:58.96**; 4. Washingtonville 10:15.11; 5. Goshen 10:24.10; 6. Valley Central 10:26.20; 7. Kingston 10:57.05; 8. Minisink Valley 11:11.68; 9. Newburgh 11:30.59; 10. Tri-Valley 11:30.61.
High jump: 1. Qurran Maise (Newburgh, Jr.) 5-0; 1. Sydney Heidt (Dover, Jr.) 5-0; 1. Ahnrea McCaskill (Newburgh, So.) 5-0; 4. Renee Williams (Kingston, Sr.) 4-11; 5. Georgi Crisci (Valley Central, Sr.) 4-10; 5. Laura Doherty (Monticello, Sr.) 4-10; 5. Mikaela Hopkins (Kingston, Sr.) 4-10; 5. Samantha Shaw (Kingston, So.) 4-10; 9. Lisa Jacobson (Monroe-Woodbury, Fr.) 4-9; 10. Four tied at 4-8.
Long jump: 1. Jennifer Joseph (Dover, Jr.) 16-5; 2. Sam Beyar (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 15-9; 3. Seraya Freidman (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 15-8.5; 4. Angelica Butler (Middletown, Sr.) 15-5; 5. Riley Wood (Wallkill, So.) 15-4; 6. Christa Sidoti (Cornwall, Sr.) 15-3.5; 7. Michelle Mitchell (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 14-10; 8. Ariel Perez (Middletown, Fr.) 14-9; 9. Alexis Acevedo (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 14-8.75; 10. Nassim Iusto (Kingston, Sr.) 14-8; 10. Megan Drake (Wallkill, Sr.) 14-8.
Triple jump: 1. Alexis Acevedo (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 33-10.5; 2. Michelle Mitchell (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 33-2.75; 3. Riley Wood (Wallkill, So.) 33-2; 4. Christa Sidoti (Cornwall, Sr.) 33-1; 5. Angelica Butler (Middletown, Sr.) 32-7.5; 6. Abby Borchert (Marlboro, Jr.) 32-5.5; 7. Gabrielle Gordon (Pine Bush, Sr.) 31-0; 8. Kelly Teel (Monroe-Woodbury) 30-11.75; 9. Elizabeth Myers (Monroe-Woodbury, Fr.) 30-9.5; 10. Jenna Maggiolo (Pine Bush, Fr.) 30-6.5.
Shot put: 1. Valerie Hinds (Kingston, Sr.) 40-11.25; 2. Denaia Flanders (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 35-4.75; 3. Endi Nardi (Kingston, Jr.) 34-11.25; 4. Rachel Campo (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr.) 31-7.5; 5. Zandra Adams (Wallkill, Sr.) 31-4; 6. Kaitlyn Lane (Port Jervis, Sr.) 30-6.25; 7. Nicole Komonczi (Port Jervis, Sr.) 30-4; 8. Sarah Curtin (Cornwall, Sr.) 29-2.25; 9. Katie Casazza (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 28-0; 10. Mikaela Hopkins (Kingston, Sr.) 27-10.
Weight throw: 1. Denaia Flanders (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 40-11; 2. Valerie Hinds (Kingston, Sr.) 37-3.5; 3. Rachel Campo (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr.) 34-3.25; 4. Zandra Adams (Wallkill, Sr.) 33-3; 5. Diana Echols (Ellenville, Jr.) 33-0.5; 6. Endi Nardi (Kingston, Jr.) 31-7; 7. Heather Rysinger (Minisink Valley, Sr.) 28-9; 8. Ashleigh Convery (Minisink Valley) 28-1.25; 9. Erin Wilson (Washingtonville, Fr.) 28-0; 10. Heather Giza (Monticello, Sr.) 27-2.
Pole vault: 1. Sam Beyar (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.) 12-0; 2. Erin Leahey (Warwick, Sr.) 11-0; 3. Kristen Lubeskie (Monroe-Woodbury, Fr.) 9-10; 4. Katarina VanLedtje (Cornwall, Sr.) 9-6; 5. Andrea Dolan (Wallkill, Sr.) 9-0; 5. Colleen-Ann Leahy (Burke, So.) 9-0; 5. Sophia Alter (Rondout Valley, Jr.) 9-0; 8. Morgan Beers (Roosevelt, So.) 8-0; 9. Seraya Freidman (Monroe-Woodbury, So.) 8-0; 10. Six tied at 6-0.
Source: NY.milesplit.com; * – indicates MileSplit first-team all-star; ** – indicates MileSplit second-team all-star

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