Desmond Mobley of Olympia long jumped a state leading 24-5.75 (12th in the nation). Mobley also won the high jump with a 6-6, took 2nd to Amir Rogers in the 110 hurdles with his first sub-15 time of 14.91, and was on Greece Olympia’s 4x100m team (Hardgers, Jefferson, Mobley, Moore, Noble, Presley) which set a state leading mark of 41.74.
Amir Rogers of Franklin beat Mobley in the 110 hurdles with a 14.64 and also qualified in the 400 where Colby Bleier of Pittsford Sutherland broke 55 with a 54.64.
Rubin Owens of LeRoy and DJ Ohlson of Alexander both hit 6-5 in the high jump, with Owens winning D2 on misses.
Brian Smith of Greece Athena kept his unbeaten season going with wins in the 100-200 at 10.63 and 21.26. 2nd best of the night in both was Korey Beasley of Gates-Chili at 10.83 and 22.06. Smith also anchored Athena with a 47.8 leg along with Julio Santos, Alex Wiegand and Calvary Jones for the fastest 4x400 (3:23.56) of the night and the season.
Sydney Kurtic of HF-L threw the discus a huge 133-0 to win D2 and be ranked 4th in the state (overall), while Maria Jackson of Hilton won D1 with 126-0 over Steevie Hill of Victor at 117-6.
Marshall Brady of Wellsville had the best Pentathlon of the night with a 3221 which puts him 5th in the state.
Maddie Kopp of Spencerport didn’t go for a full-season undefeated triple of 100-200-400, opting to skip the 200 and just go 100-400 which she won in D1, but Pittsford Sutherland’s Davida Hawkes pushed her in the 100m (12.65 – 12.72) and Rush-Henrietta’s Ceara Watson pushed her in the 400m (55.80 – 55.85), probably the closest anyone’s got to her this season.
The girls 100m dash was speedy with the fastest time of the night coming from Shannon Gordinier of Keshequa at 12.59 leading a super-packed D2 girls 100m dash race with 7 girls going under 13. Briyanna Brinkley of S.O.T.A. took the 2nd spot with a 12.65. Justina Sanders-Schifano had a better chance to make states if she was in a D1 school with her 12.72.
The girls 200m was dominated by D2 girls with Briyanna Brinkley of S.O.T.A. and Heather Anderson of Penn Yan running the best times of the night (25.84 – 26.12)
Isabel Hirtelen-Booker of HAC continued her 100m Hurdles undefeated streak (multi-year within Section V I think) with a 14.91 D2 win, and Canandaigua’s Christine Lyttle broke 15 for the first time to win D1 with a 14.98.
Rush-Henrietta’s 4x800 Boys team (Burke, Larkin, Root, Schantz, Shenal, Wray) blazed a season-leading 7:51.70 to beat McQuaid which had the top seed going in from their great performance at Penn Relays.
Katie Lembo of Penfield did a difficult 1500m -3000m double and won both with Eileen O’Hara of Webster Thomas also doing that same double and taking second in both.
Sam Harding of Canandaigua blew the field away in the pole vault with a PR of 14-7 which is the highest outdoor mark for the past 5 years in Section V and 6th best in the state this year.
Hilton’s Zoe Camilacci and Sarah Pirnie handled the dark conditions better than others in the girls pole vault and swept the D1 spots (11-0, 10-6). Jessie DeAngelo of Alexander had the only PR among the 6 girls coming in with state standard marks as DeAngelo jumped 11’ to win D2 over Ireland Armstrong of Bath-Haverling at 10-6. State leader Karmen Auble (12-7) no-heighted along with 3 other girls in the field of 14. Auble won the shot put with the farthest throw of the night of 39-7.5. Armstrong had the only NYS mark of the girls 400m Hurdles with a 64.93 to win D2.
Canandaigua Girls 4x100 (Carro, Colmerauer, Gleason, Lyttle, Washburn, Wied) ran a blazing 48.83 for the win.
Denzel Knight of Brockport and Josh Wray of Rush-Henrietta set new Section V leading marks in the 400 with 49.00 and 49.08. Knight also qualified in the triple jump with a 46-02.25, only surpassed by Kaishaun Cathey of Edison Tech who went 46-5.5.
Andrew Mullen of Brighton clocked Section V’s first sub 1:55 800 of the season with a 1:54.65.
Keith Pease of Greece Athena put up another sub 4:20 1600m to win with 4:17.20.
Mickey Burke of Rush-Henrietta put up another sub 9:20 3200m to win with 9:19.73.
Ryan Cribbin had the farthest shot put of the night with 52-5.25.
The big discus throwers were in D2 this year with Ian Gillens of Marion winning at 160-0 followed by Joe Verkey of Newark at 150-2.
Davida Hawkes of Pittsford Sutherland won the triple jump with 37-7.25.
Alyssia Colson of Gates-Chili reached 17-6 to win the long jump.