Sammy Watson breaks her own Section V 800 record with nation leading mark
Rush-Henrietta overwhelming won the His & Her Invitational at Penfield on the strength of a dominating girls team scoring 128 points. The R-H boys 52 points was only 6 points off the top-scoring boys team Greece Olympia at 58.
Sammy Watson of Rush-Henrietta broke her own Section V record in the 800 going 2:06.50 which is over a second faster than any other high school girl in the nation. Olympic Trial qualifying standard is 2:03.00. Watson also won the 400.
Lanae-Tava Thomas of Rush-Henrietta won the Long Jump with 19-06.25 for the top mark in the state and tied for 11th in the nation. She also won the 100 with a SVSB of 12.16.
Elsa Cole of Fillmore had another weekend of wining the 2000 Steeple by over 25 seconds running a 7:13.29 which ranks her 4th in the state
Terry Taylor of Greece Olympia won the pole vault with a 13-07 to rank 4th in the state.
Anthony Smith of UPrep lost his SVSB’s in the 100 and 200 to Kelly Brown of Wilson who won with 11.00 and 21.68, and his 400 SVSB to Nico Bellavia of Victor winning with 50.45. But Smith ran the 400 hurdles today and won with 57.87.
Other new Section V Seasons Bests included:
800 Mike Mallow of Fairport 1:56.82
1600 Luke Robbins of Pittsford Sutherland 4:26.24
3000 Amanda Vestri of Webster Thomas 10:05.92
110H Isaiah Brown of Pittsford Sutherland 15.24
400H Sinead Sargent of Fairport 66.19
3000 Steeple Dawson Bathgate of East Rochester 9:50.48
LJ Andrew Hines of Sodus 22-05.5
TJ Asia McInnis of Greece Arcadia 36-05.5 at Penfield
Shot Leah Hulbert of Rush-Henrietta 37-10.25
Pentathlon Makayla Binter of Greece Arcadia 2507
Boys 4x100 Greece Olympia 44.17
Girls 4x800 Fairport 9:45.94
Boys 4x800 Penfield 8:21.26