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Jan.22-23 Section V versus Section VI at Houghton and League Meets at Brockport

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Kelly Brown sprints ahead!

Kelly Brown of Wilson Magnet took back the top state time in the 55m with a 6.40 and widened the spread between himself and the rest of Western New York winning at Houghton by 0.15 over 2nd place Tremaine Moore of Greece Olympia.  Brown also lowered his 55m Hurdles time to 7.50 for a spread of 0.23 over second place and 0.50 over 3rd.  Statewide, Brown is in a 2-way tie for state leader.

Brown, however, lost his Section V Season Best (SVSB) time in the 300 to Noah Williams of McQuaid and Anthony Smith of UPrep Rochester who burned up the track at Brockport on Saturday with times of 35.26 and 35.33 for NY State 4th and 5th rankings respectively.

Connor Spiegel of Webster Thomas raised his SVSB in the high jump from 6-4 to 6-6 for the win at Houghton and is in a 3-way tie for 2nd highest in the state.

Tobi Tella of McQuaid exceeded his own SVSB in the triple jump bounding out to 47-09 for NYS3.

Nick Neamtu of Webster Thomas took over the distance running leaderboard from Donny Glavin (McQuaid).  Neamtu added to his SVSB in the 3200 (NYS6) from earlier this season with a 4:24.15 in the 1600m for a SVSB and NYS5.

Ellie Pauly of Hilton won the 1500m racewalk lowering her SVSB to 7:31.62 (NYS8)

Fairport Boys 4x800 brought down the SVSB to 8:06.97 (NYS11)

Webster Thomas Girls 4x800 brought down the SVSB to 9:49.65 (NYS21)

Rush-Henrietta Boys 4x200 beat Greece Olympia at Houghton and lowered the SVSB to 1:32.48.

Northstar Christian is a pretty small school and they’ve somehow put together a boys 4x400 team, (Adrian Minott, Juan Camacho, Adrian Mazur, Migual DeSaja), that can clock a 3:34.81 (53.7 average) 

Elsa Cole of Fillmore and Natalie Neamtu of Webster Thomas battled it out in the 1500m and came close to Sammy Watson's SVSB in the 1500.  The times are Watson 4:48.06 (from earlier in the season), Cole 4:48.61 and Neamtu 4:48.91 at Houghton.

Rush-Henrietta girls won the Section V versus Section VI meet without their stars who were at the New Balance Games at the Armory in NYC.

Rush-Henrietta boys took 2nd to Lancaster with Lancaster sweeping the throws for a total of 48 points in those two events alone.

New Balance Games - Armory NYC - Jan.24.2016

Watson wins 600 and 300 with Section V Record

Sammy Watson lead her teammates Lanae-Tava Thomas and Tori Thompson in the 300 at the New Balance Games, with Watson and Thomas sweeping 1-2 and Thompson taking 6th at times good enough for a Section V Record and a 1-2-3 sweep of the Section V Leaderboard: Watson 39.34, Thomas 39.56, Thompson 40.98

20 minutes later Watson came back and won the 600m at 1:32.25

Thomas won the long jump at 18-4

Full Results at www.yentiming.com

Photos by Ron Kalasinskas at www.RochesterForKids.com

Results highlighted by Reggie Henderson of www.HendersonFinancialAdvisors.com

Section V RWTL Week #4

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Sammy Watson came close on Section V 400 and Mile records at Dartmouth.

Sammy Watson of Rush-Henrietta ran a 56.53 400m (#2 All-time Section V) at the Dartmouth Relays to close in on Maddie Kopp's (Spencerport)'s Section V record of 56.01 from the 2013 Nationals.  Watson also ran the mile in 4:59.84 to come close to breaking Deresa Walters (Penfield) Section V record of 4:56.57 from 1988.  Watson won both events, as well as being on Rush-Henrietta's winning Sprint Medley Relay team with Stephanie Nwachi, Tori Thompson and Lanae-Tava Thoms.

Lanae-Tava Thomas won the 55m with a 7.01 and was a member of the winning SMR and the winning 4x200 at 1:44.46 with Stephanie Nwachi, Tori Thompson and Adama Donzo. 

The R-H Boys 4x200 team of Justice Obasi, Anthony Brinson, Dilan Campbell and Lukas Dalfonso won with a SVSB of 1:33.44.

The R-H Girls won the Dartmouth Relays team championship.

...back in Section V...

Kelly Brown of Wilson Magnet took the SVSB in the 300m with a 35.74 (NYS12) and now has the SVSB in the 55m (NYS3), 300m and 55m Hurdles (NYS5)

Donny Glavin of McQuaid Jesuit took the SVSB in the 1000m with 2:35.31 (NYS9) and now has the SVSB in the 1000m and 1600m (NYS16)

Connor Spiegel of Webster Thomas broke out a 6-4 high jump for the SVSB  (NYS4  3-way tie)

Madison Offhaus of Warsaw broke her own Section V record in the Weight Throw with a 44-9 (NYS7)

Mady Dibble of Waterloo set the SVSB in the Shot Put with a 38-4.5 (NYS7)

And... Elie Pauly of Hilton traveled to the new Ocean Breeze complex in Staten Island where she placed 2nd in the 1500m Racewalk with a SVSB time of 7:34.12 (NYS7).

Full Results at www.yentiming.com

Results highlighted by Reggie Henderson of www.HendersonFinancialAdvisors.com

2016 Rochester Relays (Jan.2 at RIT)

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Rush-Henrietta and Batavia take both boys and girls 

Offhaus breaks Section V record in Weight Throw

Ellis breaks her own Freshmen State record in PV

Neamtu runs fastest 3200 in the state

Rush-Henrietta and Batavia won both boys AND girls team championships at the Rochester Relays for large and small school respectively.

Madison Offhaus, sophomore from Warsaw, broke Claire Dishong's (Brockport) Weight Throw from 2009 of 43-03, with a 43-09.25 (NYS7).  Brealle Brown of Rush-Henrietta also came close at 43-02 (NYS8).

Erica Ellis raised broke her freshmen state record again and leads the state with 12-4.  Ellis took tries at a new Section V record of 12-7, and her goal is to someday break the unofficial record of 13-0 that Jenn O'Neill set a 2003 Indoor Nationals.

Nick Neamtu of Webster Thomas ran a 9:34.97 in the 3200 which is the fastest in New York State (all associations, all school sizes) for this season.

Rush-Henrietta Girls 4x200 team ran a 1:43.63 for 2nd best in state. RH Girls also won the 4x400, SMR and DMR and have the SVSB in all of those races.

Batavia's Girls 4x800 won CD and has the SVSB including all school sizes at 10:08.72 (NYS20)

Lanae-Tava Thomas of Rush-Henrietta triple jumped again, and her 37-05.25 ranks 2nd in the state.

Anthony Butler of Letchworth lengthened his SVSB triple jump to 46-00.50 (NYS3).

Kelly Brown of Wilson Magnet ran a 6.50 in the 55 (NYS3)

Alpha Barry of Greece Olympia took the SVSB from McQuaid's Tobi Tella with a leap of 22-7.25 (NYS6) along with his teammate Tremaine Moore's 20-11 (SV6) Olympia dominated the long jump.

Anthony Ray of Batavia out threw his own SVSB in the weight throw reaching 53-9 (NYS11)

Alanna Morrow lowered her 55 Hurdle SVSB to 8.75 (NYS16)

Gates-Chili's young vaulters include more than just freshmen girl Erica Ellis.  Their sophopmore-freshmen boy team of Dylan Delconte and Dustin Meyer handily took the pole vault with 12-6 and 12-0.

Amanda Vestri set a new SVSB in the 3000 with a 10:45.89 (NYS27)

Webster Thomas and Gates-Chili dominated boys hurdles taking 6 of the top 7 spots with Thomas's Gloskey the fastest at 8.08 and Justin Robinson of Fairport being the only boy from another school to break in the top 7 with his 2nd place 8.47.

McQuaid Jesuit took the Sprint Medley Relay and no one beat their 4x400 or 4x800 SVSB times from the Houghton Invitational.

Greece Olympia set a SVSB in the 4x200 with a 1:36.05

Northstar Christian's 4x400 3:40.45 could be the fastest Class D school time in the state.

The race of the night had to be the boys 4x800 with a tight lead-changing battle between Pittsford Mendon 8:38.38, Brighton 8:38.93 and Rush-Henrietta 8:39.20.

Full Results at www.yentiming.com

Photos by Ron Kalasinskas at www.RochesterForKids.com

Results highlighted by Reggie Henderson of www.HendersonFinancialAdvisors.com