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New Balance Outdoor Nationals, Greensboro, NC, June 17-19, 2016

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Gruttadauro takes National Championship in 1 Mile Racewalk

Thomas 7th in 200

Burke 8th in High Jump

* Outdoor National marks are not recognized for Section V Records.  This article will note when those records were beaten.

AJ Gruttadauro of Brockport won the National Championship in the 1 Mile Racewalk with a time of 6:45.17*

Lanae-Tava Thomas of Rush-Henrietta took 7th in 200 (23.58 legal-wind in qualifying*), 12th in 100 (11.82 legal-wind*),  on the  4th place Sprint Medley Team and Section V Record-beating 4x100 team.

Brandon Burke of Churchville-Chili took 8th in the High Jump with 6’8.25”.

The Rush-Henrietta Girls Relay Team of Tori Thompson, Stephanie Nwachi, Adama Donzo and Lanae-Tava Thomas took 4th in the 800 Sprint Medley (1:44.36), 8th in the 4x100 with a Section V Record Beating time of 46.92*, and 10th in the 4x200 at 1:40.19* (25.05 average split).

Dawson Bathgate of East Rochester took 10th in the 2000 Steeplechase at 6:13.44

Amanda Vestri of Webster-Thomas took 12th in the 2 Mile at 10:45.99, Natalie Neamtu of Webster-Thomas took 21st in the 2 Mile at 11:08.67

Haleigh Palotti of Livonia took 20th in the 800 at 2:15.18

Elsa Cole of Fillmore took 20th in the 2000 Steeplechase at 7:18.99

Erika Tillotson of Victor took 26th 400 Hurdles at 1:02.95

Kelly Brown of Wilson Magnet took 30th in the 110 Hurdles 15.04, and in the Emerging Elite 100 10.65, 200 21.82

The top Emerging Elite finish was Mike Mallow of Fairport taking 2nd in the EE 800 at 1:52.25

New York State Championships 2016 - Federation Medalists

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State Federation Champions

Rush-Henrietta won team state championship with Thomas scoring 28, Watson scoring 20, Hulbert scoring 3, and their 4x100 scoring 6.

Lanae-Tava Thomas of Rush-Henrietta won the Long Jump at 20-04 for a new Section V record breaking Marlena Robinson of Brighton’s record of 20-00.25 from 1997. Lanae also jumped a wind-aided 20-08 in the D1 contest and is USA#2 among all high school girls long jumps wind-aided or not, Lanae also took 2nd in the 100 with a 11.83 to break her own Section V record again., Lanae also won the 200 with a 23.73 to break her own Section V record again. Lanae was also on the 3rd place 4x100 which broke the Section V record.

Kelly Brown of Wilson Magnet won the 100 at 10.75, Kelly also won the 200, 21.45, and Kelly took 3rd in the 110 Hurdles 14.44

Sammy Watson of Rush-Henrietta won the 1500 at 4:22.09 (USA#5) to break her own Section V record, Sammy also won the 400 at 54.70

Tobi Tella of McQuaid won the Triple Jump at 49-11

2nd

Erika Tillotson of Victor, 400 Hurdles, 61.97

3rd

Brandon Burke of Byron-Bergen-Elba, High Jump, 6-8

Makayla Binter of Greece Arcadia, Pentathlon, 3269

Rush-Henrietta Girls 4x100, Stephanie Nwachi, Tori Thompson, Adama Donzo, Lanae-Tava Thomas, 47.59, they also won D1 with a 47.40 to break their own Section V Record, same 4 girls from last year’s state championships.

4th

Ray Anikwue of Letchworth, 100, 11.03

5th

Aubrianna Lantrip of Midlakes, Triple Jump, 36-10.25, Aubrianna also took 8th in the 100 Hurdles at 15.47

Ben Bulkeley of Fairport, 800, 1:54.59, Ben was also on the 4x800 which medaled at 6th

Elsa Cole of Fillmore, 2000 Steeplechase, 6:58.12

Terry Taylor of Greece Olympia, Pole Vault, 14-6

Mady Dibble of Waterloo, Discus, 126-03

Jake Converse of Honeoye Falls-Lima, Pentathlon, 3264

6th

Emily Lavarnway of South Seneca, Pentathlon, 3176

Earnie Wijitra Burapan of Hilton, Pole Vault, 11-3

Paul Dellinger of Brighton, 3200, 9:12.45

Jenna Barry of Pittsford Mendon, High Jump, 5-4

Leah Hulbert of Rush-Henrietta, Discus, 122-01

Kyle Rollins of Geneseo, Pentathlon, 3247

Fairport Boys 4x800, Mike Mallow, Matt Orcutt, Ben Bulkeley, Nathan Markle, 7:46.85

7th

Tremaine Moore of Greece Olympia, 100, 11.19

Dawson Bathgate of East Rochester, 3000 Steeplechase, 9:25.16

Mackenzie Smith of Bath-Haverling, Pentathlon, 3026 

8th

Amanda Vestri of Webster Thomas, 3000, 9:48.84

Anthony Butler of Letchworth, Triple Jump, 44-07.25

Noah Williams of McQuaid Jesuit, 200, 22.05

Tony SanGregory of Warsaw, 110 Hurdles, 14.95

D2 Relay Medalists:

Greece Olympia Boys 4x100 took 4th at 43.47, Tremaine Moore, Alpha Barry, Joshua McClary, Simon Harris

Wayland-Cohocton Girls 4x400 took 8th at 4:05.44, Taylor Quackenbush, Madison Lewis, Maggie McAllister, Meghan Curtin

New York State Championships by Sections

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Team Scoring by Sections

Championship (Federation) results scored 10,8,6,5,4,3,2,1

Combined Boys and Girls

1st Section XI - Long Island Suffolk County - 210

2nd Section I - Hudson Valley East - 187.5

3rd Section V - Rochester and south - 171

4th Section II - Albany area - 140

5th Section VI - Buffalo and south - 121

6th CHSAA - 118

7th Section IV - Binghamton area - 112.5

8th Section III - Syracuse and north - 107

9th PSAL - NYC - 100

10th Section IX - Hudson Valley West - 95

11th Section VIII - Nassau County - 94

12th AAIS - 21

13th and 14th - Section X Adirondack far north and Section VII Adirondack far northeast - 0

 

Boys

1st Section XI – Long Island Suffolk County – 131 pts

2nd Section I – Hudson Valley East – 85.5 pts

3rd Secton V – Rochester & south – 75 pts

3rd Section VI – Buffalo & south – 75 pts

5th CHSAA – 71 pts

6th Section III – Syracuse & Central – 59 pts

7th PSAL – NYC – 53 pts

8th Section IX – Hudson Valley West – 51 pts

9th Section IV  – Binghamton 43.5 pts

10th Section II – Albany 42 pts

11th Section VIII – Long Island Nassau County – 39 pts

12th AAIS – 14 pts

13th & 14th Section 7 and 10 – Adirondacks – 0 pts

 

Girls

1st Section I – Hudson Valley East – 102 pts

2nd Section II – Albany – 98 pts

3rd Section V – Rochester & south – 96 pts

4th Section XI – Long Island Suffolk County – 79 pts

5th Section  IV – Binghamton – 69 pts

6th Section VIII – Long Island Nassau County – 55 pts

7th Section III – Syracuse & Central – 48 pts

8th PSAL – NYC – 47 pts

8th CHSAA – 47 pts

10th Section VI - Buffalo and south – 46 pts

11th Section IX – Hudson Valley West – 44 pts

12th AAIS – 7 pts

13th and 14th Section 7 and 10 – Adirondacks – 0 pts

State Qualifiers

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Lanae-Tava Thomas, Kelly Brown, Sammy Watson, Mike Mallow, Tobi Tella, Erica Ellis and Kyle Rollins going to states ranked #1

It’s going to be a strong year for Section V at the New York State Championships!

Lanae-Tava Thomas of Rush-Henrietta tied the Section V record in the 100 set 25 years ago by Zilla Higgs of East at 11.88, she also lowered her own Section V record in the 200 to 23.74.  Lanae ranked number 1 in two events, the long jump and 200, and ranked 2nd in the 100, plus Rush-Henrietta’s 4x100 is ranked 4.

Kelly Brown of Wilson Magnet qualified in 3 events and is ranked 1 in 200m, 2 in 110 Hurdles,  and 5 in the 100m.

Sammy Watson of RH qualified in two events and is ranked 1 in the 400 and 11 in the 1500. (her 4:49.56 1 Mile converts to a 4:28.19 which would rank 5)

Mike Mallow of Fairport ran 1:53.11 in the 800 to take the top state ranking.

Tobi Tella of McQuaid boomed a 50-00.50 in the triple jump for the top state ranking.

Kyle Rollins of Geneseo holds the top state ranking in the Pentathlon

Jenna Berry of Pittsford Mendon high jumped 5-6 to rank NYS 3.

Brandon Burke of Byron-Bergon won the high jump and his earlier season mark is NYS 3

Erica Ellis, freshmen from Gates-Chili, won the pole vault in an historically strong year for girls pole vault with three girls clearing 11-6 at State Q’s (Ellis, Earnie Burapan, and Hannah Roof), and 6 girls over 12’ in the state.  Ellis enters the state meet with the top ranking however at 12-8, also tied for 2nd best freshmen in the entire United States.

Terry Taylor of Greece Olympia is going in the pole vault ranked 3rd, Nate Crane of Letchworth, who has the top vault in the state, no-heighted, he might have gone anyway, but his teammate Kyle van Slyke had made the qualifying standard earlier in the season and beat Nate at state qualifiers.

Emily Lavarnway of South Seneca won the Pentathlon is ranked 4th in the state.

Leah Hulbert of Rush-Henrietta threw a huge PR in the discus of 132-04 to raise her rank to 5th in the state, she also won the shot put.

Aubrianna Lantrip of Midlakes won the triple jump and is ranked 7th in the state, she is also going in the high jump.