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State Qualifiers

Written by Reggie Henderson on .

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.

2016 Section V Championships

Written by Reggie Henderson on .

Sammy Watson won the Prefontaine Classic High School Girls 400 in Eugene OR ny.milesplit.com

Brandon Burke of Byron-Bergon cleared 6'10" in the High Jump at CC Champs for NYS3

Section V Championships full results at www.yentiming.com

Photos by Ron Kalasinskas at www.RochesterForKids.com

Section V Champion teams and their top scorers

Class AA Boys - McQuaid Jesuit 145 over Webster Thomas 111

Noah Williams won the  100 and 200 took 3rd in 400

Donny Glavin wins 1600 and 3200

Tobi Tella 1st in triple jump, 4th in long jump

Nick Caterisano won the steeplechase

Atiba McLaren won the 400 hurdles

Alex McNulty won the Pentathlon

Class AA Girls - Rush-Henrietta 170 over Fairport 86

Lanae-Tava Thomas won the 100 and 200 and long jump

Leah Hulbert won the discus and shot

Stephanie Nwachi won  the 400

Stephanie Hyde won the pentathlon

4x100 won 

Class A Boys - Brockport 105 over Honeoye Falls-Lima 86

Roman Sagan, 1st long jump, 2nd in 400, 3rd pole vault and on winning 4x400

4x100 and 4x400 won

Class A Girls - Pittsford Mendon 124.5 over Pittsford Sutherland 71.75

Jenna Berry won the high jump and 4th in the 400 hurdles

Elyse Barkstrom won the 800

Class B Boys - Batavia 124 over Greece Olympia 120

Adonis Davis won the high jump and triple jump and 6th in high hurdles

Anthony Ray won shot put and discus

Cal Jantzi 3rd in 1600 and 4th in 3200

Class B Girls = Batavia 101 over Livonia 62

Kiaya Franklin won the 100, 200 and 400

Sophia Dinehart took 2nd in the 800 and 1500

4x800 won

Class CC Boys = Wellsville 123 over Williamson Central 80

Ryan Dunham won the Pentathlon

Jake Whitehouse won the High Hurdles

The 4x400 and 4x800 teams won

Class CC Girls = Pembroke 91 over Canisteo-Greenwood 73

Hannah Duttweiler won the shot put

Emma Patterson won the pole vault

4x100 team won

Class C Boys - Clyde-Savannah 98 over Letchworth 84

Tyler Rattray made a huge SVSB in the long jump 23-8 for NYS4 and won the triple jump

Bryce Rattray won the 400 and 2nd in the 200

Class C Girls - Letchworth 142 over Red Creek 59

Kelsey Hastings won the 400, 400 hurdles and 800

Colette Anikwue won the high jump and 2nd in triple jump

Cori Shearing won the discus

4x400 and 4x800 won

Class D Boys - Alfred-Almond 117 over York 64.75

Hunter Clark won the 1600, 3000 steeple and 2nd in the 3200

Jake Johnston won the 400

Jacob London took 2nd in the shot and discus

Nick Clark won the discus

4x800 won

Class D Girls - Marion 139 over Alfred-Almond 99

Jade Tusch won the high hurdles and 400 hurdles

Jaelyn Morgan won the long jump and triple jump

Emma Means won the pole vault

Abigail DeFisher won the pentathlon

4x400 won

(for Fillmore, Elsa Cole won the 800, 1500, Steeplechase, and on the winning 4x800)

County Championships 2016

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Nathan Crane vaults to top state rank

Monroe County

In team scoring the Rush-Henrietta girls crushed the field with 129 points.  For the boys Churchville-Chili won a close one over Rush 70-68.

Lanae-Tava Thomas of Rush-Henrietta brought her 100 time down to 11.96 (NYS2) and Sammy Watson ran the 1500 in 4:32.54 (NYS8).  Thomas and Watson also went 1-2 in the 200. On the Section V Leaaderboard Thomas has the SVSB in the 100, 200 and Watson has it in the 400, 800 and 1500.

Erika Tillotson of Victor had another big week in the 400 Hurdles bringing her PR down from 63.48 to 61.88 and now ranks 2nd in the state.

Fairport Boys 4x800 clocked the first sub-8 of the season bringing the mark all the way down to 7:51.65 (NYS3)

Leah Hulbert of Rush-Henrietta threw the discus 127-06 (NYS6), she also won the shot put at 39-02 (NYS10)

Lukas D’Alfonso of Rush-Henrietta ran a 49.31 (NYS19) in the 400 to just eclipse the 49.32 that Noah Williams of McQuaid ran last week at the Louck’s Games.

Indya Richards of Gates-Chili brought her 100 Hurdles time down to 15.02 (NYS13)

Rush-Henrietta Girls 4x800 lowered their time to 9:33.43 (NYS22) 

Livingston County

Nathan Crane of Letchworth vaulted 14-10 for the top vault in the state (NYS1)

Anthony Butler of Letchworth long jumped 22-09.5 (NYS6)

Rochester City Athletic Conference

Kelly Brown of Wilson brought his 110 Hurdles time down to 14.34 (NYS2)

Shana Spinks of School of the Arts won the long jump with 18-0.5 (NYS13)

Wayne Fingerlakes

Andrew Hines of Sodus won the high jump at 6-6 (NYS3  6-way tie)

Genesee Region

Brandon Burke of Byron-Bergen won the high jump at 6-6 (NYS3 6-way tie)

Louck’s Games

Last week Dawson Bathgate lowered the SVSB in the 3000m Steeple to 9:37.80 (NYS10) 

Livingston Invitational

Jacob Plesums of Warsaw threw the discus SVSB with a 160-02 (NYS8)

(note: state rankings are taken from ny.milesplit.com when I write the article during the weekend, and the state leaderboard doesn’t tend to get updated until after the weekend, so with outdoor season marks sometimes rapidly improving with the weather, by the end of the week the state rankings are sometimes lower than reported here)

Royal Comet and Marion Invites

Written by Reggie Henderson on .

Sammy Watson wins 400/800 double at Loucks Games, Kyle Rollins sets State leading mark in Pentathlon at Royal Comet

www.milesplit.com "Rush Henrietta, New York junior Sammy Watson defended her titles in the 400m and 800m at the Loucks Games this weekend with top times of 53.48 and 2:06.61.  The 400m mark is a new season-best time and ranks U.S. No. 5. The 800m time is just off her own U.S. No. ! time of 2:06.50." (set at the Penfield His & Her Meet)

At a windy, rainy and cold Royal Comet Invite there weren’t many new Section V Season Bests (SVSB) set, but Kyle Rollins of Geneseo  set a meet record in the Pentathlon with a state leading 3278.  Rollins performances included a 6’6” high jump, 4:36.06 in the 1500, 36’1” in the shot, 16.33 in the hurdles and 19’0.75” in the long jump.

Lanae-Tava Thomas of Rush-Henrietta won the 100 (12.11), 200 (24.81) and was on the winning 4x100 (49.12) and even though she didn’t run any PR’s today her 200 was still faster than anyone else in the state has run this year.

At Marion Erika Tillotson of Victor ran a 63.48 in the 400 hurdles to move from 19th to 3rd on the state leaderboard.

Tobi Tella of McQuaid Jesuit won the long jump by over 2 feet with a meet record 22-06.50 for the 6th best mark in the state this year.

Morgan Femiano of Greece Arcadia didn’t set the SVSB in the long jump but she won by nearly a foot and a half with an 18-01 to tie for the 7th best in the state.

Kilian Lewis of Pembroke discus throw of 154-03 moved him from 10th on the state leaderboard to 9th.

Penfield Boys 4x800 won Marion with an 8:05.80 (NYS11)

George Shaw of Geneseo increased his SVSB in the shot put to 50-10 (NYS17)

The 1600 SVSB was set at the Marion Invite on Friday night by Isaac Goodman of Pittsford Mendon with a 4:20.79 (NYS15) in the 1600 (following his second last week in the Glavin 3200).  Goodman’s time was faster than the Tanski battle between Mike Mallow of Fairport and Donny Glavin of McQuaid Jesuit which Mallow won 4:23.30 to 4:24.75.

The girls Tanski 1500 was won by Natalie Neamtu of Webster Thomas at 4:40.67 (NYS17) followed by Anna Kostarellis of Churchville-Chili at 4:42.18.

Greece Olympia Boys 4x100 won Marion with a 43.91 (NYS24)