Rush Henrietta Girls Relays dominate CNS Relays, Section V, and rank high in the state
Rush Henrietta went to the Cicero North Syracuse Relays and their girls broke the meet records in (and won) every single Relay all with Section V leading marks.
Rush Henrietta Sprint Medley (S.Watson,Thomas,Jeffries,Cooper) 3:36.03 (NYS-1)
Rush Henrietta 4x400 (Zeafla,S.Watson,Felton,Fowler) 4:09.97 (NYS-12)
Rush Henrietta 4x800 (C.Watson,Martinez,Quinn,Allen-Caballaro) 9:55.56 (NYS-14)
Rush Henrietta 4x100 (Donzo,Thomas,Thompson,Jeffries) 50.94 (NYS17)
Rush Henrietta Boys also won the Sprint Medley with a time ranking 4th in the state. (Kenney,Peterson,Watts,Burke) 3:36.03
Individually Alex Cooper won the 1600 with 5:05.46 which ranks 1st in the state, and converts to a 1500 time of 4:44.54 which ranks 3rd in the state and Mickey Burke won the 1600 with 4:20.17 which ranks 3rd in the state.
Greece Olympia also went to CNS and their boys 4x100 team took second, with a time that ranks 9th in the state: (Noble,Moore,Faber,Barry) 44.17
The top state ranked performances from the Webster Invite included:
Josh Dyrland of Irondequoit with a 9:55.70 in the 3000 Steeplechase to rank 3rd on the state leaderboard.
Zach Johnson Of Gates Chili (11.24) beat Bamidele Akinniyi of Webster Schroeder (11.27) to rank 10th and 13th on the state leaderboard respectively.
There have been a few league meets that have produced performances ranking high in the state.
Carnell Noble of Greece Olympia ran a 21.64 on April 9th which is the fastest in the state so far this season.
Julianna Lauricella of LeRoy ran a 65.84 in the 400 Hurdles on April 8th which ranks 4th in the state.
Alex Egeli of Batavia ran a 14.94 in the 110 Hurdles on April 9th which ranks 5th in the state.