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May 13, 2013

Sidney boys win two titles at Parkhurst


Tri-Valley finished with 194 points to win the team title. GMUM placed second with 126.

Unadilla Valley’s Dylan Thompson set meet records in the 1,600 (4:36.0) and the 3,200 (10:11.0).

Downsville’s Steven Casciola earned field event performer of the meet. He won the shot put (41-4) and placed second in the discus (114-8).

Tri-Valley’s girls won all but one event en route to 251.5 points. GMUM finished second with 108.

Unadilla Valley’s Nicole Mackey derailed a Tri-Valley sweep with a victory in the triple jump (30-10).

GMUM’s Christina Hawkins earned outstanding field athlete honors. She placed second in the shot put (33-2.5) and the discus (93-2).

Downsville’s 1,600 relay team of Taylor Morris, Kendra Lacey, Kaitlyn Kessler and Ali Francisco set a school record with a second-place time of 4:51.0.

The Tri-Valley League Championships will be held Thursday at Cherry Valley-Springfield.

Hysack Invitational

Isiah Montgomery, the co-outstanding track athlete of the meet, and Dustin Collins led the host school’s boys to a second-place finish in the Kyle Hysack Invitational on Friday at Cherry Valley-Springfield.

Montgomery, who shared track athlete honors with Canajoharie’s Seth Ferguson, won the 100 in 11.4. He also placed second in the 200 (23.1) behind Lansingburgh’s Dante Carr (22.6), who earned overall athlete of the meet accolades.

Collins won the triple jump (42-3.25) and placed second in the high jump (5-8).

Rory Davis placed second in the pole vault (10-6) for the Patriots, who amassed 130 points — six behind winner Broadalbin-Perth in the 10-team meet.

Canajoharie won the girls meet with 173 points — nine better than second-place B-P. CV-S placed fifth with 70.5.

Windham’s Mattie Seamans was the lone area girl to win an individual event. She placed first in the 800 in 2:33.4. Seamans also finished second in the triple jump (33-2.25).

Richfield Springs’ 800 relay team of Tessa Buck, Christina Gurley, Petra Peretin and Morgan Sylvester won in 1:56.2. CV-S’ team of Emily McDermott, Alexis Cronkite, Lauren Loucks and Addie Wilson finished second in 1:58.4.

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