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State track meet seedings

Girls’ seeds 100 meters: Div. I – 1. Valenica Hannon (Elmont-8) 11.94; 1. Victoria Alexander (Beacon-1) 11.94; 10. Kalissa Caesar (Port Jervis) 12.36. Div. II – 1. Klarissa Ricks (Holy Names-2) 11.94; 5. Jessica Dunnigan (Liberty) 12.51; 22. Courtney Warden (Marlboro) 13.11. 200: Div. I – 1. Tanaya Yarde (Mount Vernon-1) 24.26; 14. Sharise Walker […]

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Track and field college commitments

A number of high school track and field athletes are making their college choices known. Warwick’s Dan Paez is headed for Lehigh. From the Pine Bush girls’ team, Alex Parise is headed for Holy Cross, Nicole Kulaga is going to SUNY Cortland and Toni Werner will compete for the College of Saint Rose. From the […]

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NFA senior Makarova in medal hunt at world figure skating championships

A solid performance has Newburgh Free Academy senior Ksenia Makarova in contention for a medal at the figure skating World Championships in Moscow. Makarova successfully executed three triple jumps, including an opening triple-triple combination, to post a score of 61.62 points for her short program skate on Friday. Makarova trails only Olympic champion Kim Yu-Na […]

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Penn Relays start Thursday in Philadelphia (updated)

The Penn Relays Carnival gets underway Thursday with a host of track and field events for the ladies and a smattering few for the men. The tri-county region will be well-represented by high school and collegiate teams and some high school graduates competing in college. Here’s a look at who’s competing from our area: Thursday […]

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All-state indoor track and field athletes from Section 9

Class A boys Adam Abdur-Rahman (Middletown, Sr., 55 hurdles); Ryan Brennan (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., 400, 800, 1,000); Martin Hehir (Washingtonville, Sr., 1-mile, 3,200); Tim Luthin (Warwick, Sr., 1,000, 1-mile); Terry Martin (Pine Bush, Sr., 55 hurdles); Manny Mosely (Middletown, Sr., 300); Mel Mosely (Middletown, Sr., 400, 600, high jump); Nick O’Brien (Pine Bush, Sr., pole vault); […]

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O’Neill gymnasts excel at state championships

James I. O’Neill sophomore Darby Germain placed second on the uneven bars (9.525) and balance beam (9.55) at the state gymnastics championships in Latham. Teammate Alex Hartke, a freshman, placed third on floor exercise (9.375) and fourth on vaulting (9.15) and all-around (37.100). Team key: F.D. Roosevelt (FDR); James I. O’Neill (JIO); Kingston (King); Wallkill […]

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State indoor track and field championship results (final)

Public high school placings are listed, with Federation finishes, if different, in parenthesis. Girls 55-meter dash: 1. Klarissa Ricks (Holy Names-2) 7.02; 11. (13) Jessica Dunnigan (Liberty) 7.42; 16. (20) Kalissa Caeser (Port Jervis) 7.515. 300: 1. Tayana Yarde (Mount Vernon-1) 39.67; 15. (20) Cassandra Bouton (Kingston) 43.13; 20. (25) Katie Klercker (Onteora) 45.14. 600: […]

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Hehir, Clark are top seeds for this weekend’s state indoor track championships

Martin Hehir of Washingtonvlle and Megan Clark of James I. O’Neill have earned top seeds for Saturday’s indoor state championships at Cornell University in Ithaca. Hehir is the top seed in the 3,200-meter run at 9 minutes, 12.24 seconds. Clark is tied for the top pole vault seed at 12 feet, 7 inches. Other top-three […]

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Section 9 state qualifier track and field results

First- and second-place finishers qualify for the state championships, as do third-place finishers who meet a state-meet standard (denoted by an asterisk). Boys Team key: Individual results 55-meter dash: 1. Tyler Obryant (Ell) 6.59; 2. Shane Jackson (Mont) 6.59; 3. Webb Pierre* (Mid) 6.65. 300: 1. Shane Jackson (Mont) 36.87; 2. Manny Mosley (Mid) 37.00; […]

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O’Brien earns scholarship to Div. II Texas A&M-Kingsville

Pine Bush pole vaulter and multi-eventer Nick O’Brien will sign a National Letter of Intent on Sunday afternoon with NCAA Div. II Texas A&M-Kingsville. By the way, the A&M-Kingsville athletics nickname is the Javelinas. A javelina is an endangered species in west Texas, and resembles a wild pig.

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