It's the day when one outstanding performance could result in a trip to the University of Buffalo for the state meet or one misstep could mean the end of the season.

Several area athletes are in the mix to earn spots into the state meet for track and field.

Some appear to be locks, such as Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton's big three of Dustin Ross, Bethany Norris and Kati Holowacz, and Sidney's Ashley Mahlmeister, who could qualify in three events.

Much more uncertainty surrounds the likes of Oneonta High's Katie Sessions and Brendan Pidgeon.

The Section Four State Qualifier starts at 3:30 p.m. today at Vestal, with the top finishers in Division I (school enrollment of 600 or higher) and Division II (enrollments of fewer than 600) in each event earning automatic spots into the state meet, which are June 13-14 at Buffalo. Additionally, a third athlete could qualify if he or she meets the state standard.

All area athletes are competing in Division II.

Most interesting among area athletes would seem to be the 400 meters in boys and girls.

On the boys side, there's B-G/A junior Ross, who has the top seed time of 49.44 seconds, far ahead of Elmira's Eric Hine (50.74). But Ross injured his right hamstring at the Midstate Athletic Conference meet two weeks ago.

"I gave him the green light to win the race," B-G/A coach Robb Munro said, "but I told him I don't want you to run a (personal best). I don't him to try and run a 49, I want him to run a 50.0 or 50.5, just good enough to win the race. I want him to get first race back out of the way, then I know I can train him more aggressively next week. He's ready to race."

Two other area runners could give Ross some competition. Cherry Valley-Springfield junior Brian Sutton is seeded fifth at 51.44 and Stamford senior Justin Harmon is sixth (51.54). The state standard in the 400 is 50.0, so if Sutton of Harmon have a big race, they could qualify for states.

On the girls side, B-G/A's Norris is also recovering from an injury, a left inner-thigh strain suffered the week of the MAC meet. She's seeded second behind Vestal's Samantha Howell in the 400. Norris beat Howell in the Rotary Meet at Maine-Endwell three weeks ago. Howell's seed time is 58.14 and Norris' is 58.24.

Both runners have already met the state qualifying standard.

"Bethany is healthy," Munro said. "She ran two races at the Class B meet (last Thursday) and was able to do a tough workout Tuesday. Her health is not a question at all, but we didn't get to do the training we would have liked. She's ready to go."

Unatego senior Katya Harris is the fourth seed (59.24). She beat Norris at the MAC meet, so she could contend.

Norris is also seeded second for the 400 hurdles, a race she hasn't run in about a month. Chenango Valley's Mari Giurastante is the top seed (1:04.30). Norris' seed time is 1:05.44, which is below the state qualifying standard.

"She's not the strongest hurdler in the world," Munro said, when asked if Norris' time away from the hurdles would be a factor. "The other girls are better hurdlers, but she's so strong. Strength and speed is more important to her than being on the hurdles."

Sidney freshman Lyndsay Delello (1:06.84) and junior teammate Kim Young (1:07.74) are seeded seventh and 11th, respectively.

"They could shock everybody," said Sidney's Bill Munro, who'll step down as the Warriors head coach following this season. "I think they're very capable of running a great race."

Like teammate Norris, Holowacz will attempt to qualify in two events. She's seeded first for the 1,500 (4:46.74) and second for the 800 (2:18.34). Holowacz, who'll run for the University of Buffalo next season, is attempting to qualify for the state meet for the third straight season.

"I'm looking forward to watching her race," Robb Munro said. "I think she's ready to run significantly faster than she's run this year."

Speaking of significantly faster, Mahlmeister sped to a personal-best 14.87 in the 100 hurdles and is a heavy favorite to win that race for the second straight year. Union-Endicott's Ashley Aupont is the second seed with a time of 15.74.

Young is seeded fifth (16.14) and Delello is sixth (16.45).

Mahlmeister, a junior, is also the top seed for the long jump (17 feet, 2 1/4 inches) and is seeded second for the triple jump (36-5 1/4).

OHS' Sessions is the fourth seed in the long jump at 16-8 and fifth in the triple jump (35-1 1/4).

"I think she has a good shot at it tomorrow in the long jump," OHS coach Dave Forbes said of Sessions. "She's not that far from the front-runners."

Should Mahlmeister qualify in all three events, Bill Munro said he'd leave it up to Mahlmeister to decide if she wants to compete in all three events at the state meet.

"Ultimately, she'll make the decision if she's lucky enough to qualify in all three events," Munro said.

Delhi junior Katie Darling, who qualified for the state meet in the 100 hurdles last season, is seeded second for the pentathlon. In addition to the 100 hurdles, Darling has also cleared 5-0 in the high jump, long jumped around 15-5 and has run a 2:35 800. Delhi coach John Wake said if she can improve her shot put, which has been around 26 or 27 feet, she could win the event.

Windsor's Lindsay Dubas is the top seed at 2,761 points. Darling is at 2,747, which is three points off the state standard.

"It's a very strong event for her," Delhi coach John Wake said. "She won the Class C and the MAC in the pentathlon. It's going to be very exciting."

B-G/A junior Melissa Reigles and Sidney sophomore Stephanie Simonds could also contend in the throwing events.

Reigles is seeded fourth in the shot put at 36-4 3/4. The two Division II athletes ahead of her are CV'S Kacy Boburka (36-10) and Moravia's Jennifer Cromwell (36-7).

Simonds is the third seed in the discus (115-4). Southern Cayuga's Miriam Larson-Koester is the lone D-II competitor in front of her at 115-10. Morris' Kayla Forgit is the fourth seed (110-8) and Reigles is fifth (105-10).

In addition to Ross on the boys side, OHS junior Pidgeon, Delhi sophomore Marty Cole, B-G/A senior Chris McFee and Gilbertsville-Mount Upton's Peter Schmidt appear to have best chances of moving on to Buffalo.

Pidgeon, a junior, is seeded fourth in 100, but the top three seeds are D-I athletes. He ran a personal-best 11.0 (hand held) at the Class B meet last week.

"He has a pretty good shot," Forbes said of Pidgeon. "He got out of the blocks real well at the Class Bs and that will be crucial in helping him get there."

Cole covered a personal-best 52-5 in winning the shot put at the Class C meet last Thursday. He beat top-seeded Jeff Swayze (53-0) of Lansing with that put.

"I think he's peaking at the right time," Wake said.

McFee is the second seed behind Shawheen Farzad of Maine-Endwell in the discus. Farzad, whose seed distance is 161-4, is in Division I, so if McFee can hold his seed he'll qualify for states. McFee's seed distance is 150-9. Walton's Adam Finch is the third seed at 145-11.

Schmidt, who has cleared 6-2 in the high jump several times this season, is the second seed in the pentathlon with 2,770 points _ 10 points behind Waverly's Paul Crockett.

The next best chance among area teams likely will be Cherry Valley-Springfield's 1,600 relay squad. The team of Sutton, Rob Schafsteck, Weston Johnson and Scott VanDerkrake is seeded fourth at 3:32.34. Division II team Windsor is the second seed at 3:31.14.

Unatego's Anthony Eardley is seeded ninth in the long jump at 20-6 1/2. Dryden's Tim Scheftic is the third seed and the first D-II athlete, a foot longer than Eardley. Stamford's Harmon is 12th at 19-10.

STATE QUALIFIER SEEDINGS

SECTION FOUR BOYS

Top three seeds and local athletes who are seeded for Thursday's Section Four Track and Field State Qualifiers at Vestal. Seed followed by athlete, grade, school and time/distance/points.

100 meters: 1, Steven Pierce 11 (Maine-Endwell) 10.94; 2, Jordan Thomas 10 (Union-Endicott) 11.04; 3, Chris Davis 12 (Corning) 11.04; 4, Brendan Pidgeon 11 (Oneonta) 11.24; 13, Pat Bullock 11 (Laurens) 11.54; 22, Mike Foy 10 (Milford) 11.74; 23, Axel Roura 12 (Stamford) 11.94.

200: 1, Steven Pierce 11 (ME) 22.44; 2, Chris Davis 12 (Corning) 22.44; 3, Jonathan Reed 12 (Ithaca) 22.84; 8, Brendan Pidgeon 11 (Oneonta) 23.34; 12, Pat Bullock 11 (Laurens) 23.64; 16, Mike Foy 10 (Milford) 23.84.

400: 1, Dustin Ross 11 (Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton) 49.44; 2, Eric Hine 12 (Elmira) 50.74; 3, Tyler Maddox 11 (Chenango Valley) 51.04; 5, Brian Sutton 11 (Cherry Valley-Springfield) 51.44; 6, Justin Harmon 12 (Stamford) 51.54; 12, Alex VanDeusen 12 (Oneonta) 53.04; 13, Josh Norris 10 (BGA) 53.24; 18, Nate Francisco 11 (Laurens) 53.84; 24, Steve Howe 11 (BGA) 54.94.

800: 1, Paul Kintner 12 (Ithaca) 1:58.30; 2, Chris Jakobson 12 (Corning) 2:00.24; 3, Henry Potter 12 (Lansing) 2:00.50; 7, Kyle Kelly 11 (BGA) 2:03.34; 10, Brian Schmidt 10 (Franklin) 2:04.34; 11, Tom Benner 12 (Laurens) 2:04.54; 13, Steven O'Bryon 12 (Stamford) 2:04.90; 23, Russell Ross 9 (BGA) 2:09.64.

1,600: 1, Vasili Papastrat 11 (Binghamton) 4:26.64; 2, Jeffery Smith 12 (Owego) 4:27.70; 3, Marten Peterson 12 (Newark Valley) 4:28.14; 9, Tom Benner 12 (Laurens) 4:39.44.

3,200: 1, Nathan Jacobson 11 (Elmira Free Academy) 9:31.00; 2, Jeff Martinez 11 (Johnson City) 9:35.50; 3, Andris Goncarovs 10 (Ithaca) 9:36.90; 13, Chris Burnett 10 (BGA) 10:21.54; 15, Justin Osorio 10 (Edmeston) 10:49.00; 16, Matt Jaquish 9 (Stamford) 10:50.80.

110 hurdles: 1, Justin Spalik 12 (Windsor) 15.04; 2, Ryan Daugherty 11 (Corning) 15.14; 3, Kurtis Ahart 10 (Spencer-Van Etten) 15.26; 13, Andy Searles 10 (Sidney) 16.74; 20, Codie Marsh 12 (Davenport/South Kortright) 17.34; T20, Calvin Hardy 12 (CVS) 17.34.

400 hurdles: 1, Justin Spalik 12 (Windsor) 56.24; 2, Ryan Daugherty 11 (Corning) 56.34; 3, Cedric Moore 12 (ME) 56.80; 8, Andrew Fritzsch 12 (Sidney) 1:00.74; 15, Gavin Boyle 10 (Stamford) 1:01.90; 16, Joel Tirado 12 (Laurens) 1:02.04; 18, Russell Darling 10 (BGA) 1:02.34; 19, Calvin Hardy 12 (CVS) 1:02.94.

3,000 steeplechase: 1, Ben Snodgrass 10 (Vestal) 10:02.24; 2, Joe Blazey 11 (NV) 10:04.04; 3, Dan Craighead 12 (Ithaca) 10:17.50; 6, Nick Madison 11 (Oneonta) 10:33.40; 15, Evan Mullen 10 (Stamford) 12:04.50.

400 relay: 1, Corning 43.14; 2, Binghamton 43.95; 3, Chenango Valley 44.20; 12, BGA 45.84; 14, Stamford 46.54; 15, CVS 46.94; 16, Laurens 47.14.

1,600 relay: 1, Corning 3:29.13; 2, Windsor 3:31.14; 3, Elmira 3:32.04; 4, CVS 3:32.34; 6, BGA 3:33.64; 9, Laurens 3:36.04; 11, Stamford 3:36.10.

3,200 relay: 1, Corning 8:11.84; 2, Owego 8:12.00; 3, Newark Valley 8:24.59; 7, Walton 8:30.70; 12, Laurens 8:40.14; 15, Stamford 9:02.40; 16, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton 9:04.00.

Long jump: 1, Albert Johnson 12 (Corning) 23 feet-8 inches; 2, Chris Davis 12 (Corning) 23-5; 3, Tim Scheftic 10 (Dryden) 21-6.5; 9, Anthony Eardley 12 (Unatego) 20-6.5; 12, Justin Harmon 12 (Stamford) 19-10; 17, Jared Hamm 11 (Edmeston) 19-5.

Triple jump: 1, Albert Johnson 12 (Corning) 49-0.5; 2, Billy Pargh 12 (Dryden) 44-5; 3, James Sodan 12 (CV) 44-1; 7, Jared Hamm 11 (Edmeston) 42-7; 9, Anthony Eardley 12 (Unatego) 41-2.5; 16, Kyle Ray 11 (Unatego) 39-8.75; 19, Andrew Beams 10 (Schenevus/Worcester) 39-7.75.

High jump: 1, John Foley 12 (CV) 6-6; 2, Mike Howell 12 (Union Springs) 6-4; Brendan Letteer 11 (Odessa-Montour) 6-2; 4, Justin Pepper 10 (BGA) 6-0; T4, Brandon Butts (D/SK) 6-0.

Shot put: 1, Jeff Swayze 11 (Lansing) 53-0; 2, Marty Cole 10 (Delhi) 52-5; 3, Bryan Small 11 (Ithaca) 50-10 1/4; 7, Chris McFee 12 (BGA) 47-10 1/2; 12, Adam Finch 11 (Wal) 44-11; 15, Vince Hopkins 12 (Oneonta) 44-7; 16, Andy Jones 11 (Milford) 42-9; 17, Thomas Giordano 12 (Edmeston) 42-7; 18, Will Weinert (Schenevus/Worcester) 39-9.

Discus: 1, Shawheen Farzad 12 (M-E) 161-4; 2, Chris McFee 12 (BGA) 150-9; 3, Adam Finch 11 (Walton) 145-11; 17, Thomas Giordano 12 (Edmeston) 122-10; 18, Scott Fullington 12 (CVS) 118-5.

Pentathlon: 1, Paul Crockett (Wav) 2,780; 2, Peter Schmidt (G-MU) 2,770; 3, Matt Stanley (U-E) 2,751; 8, Davionne Price (Delhi) 2,568.

Pole vault: 1, Zack Hine 12 (Elmira) 13-6; 2, Brent Fletcher 12 (Chenango Forks) 13-0; T2, Eric Hine 12 (Elmira) 13-0; T3, Elliott Cook 12 (CF) 13-0; 9, Dan Dokuchitz 11 (Oneonta) 12-0; 11, Ryan Sullivan 11 (Oneonta) 11-6; T11, Scott Chiba 12 (CVS) 11-6; T11, Casey O'Hara 12 (Unatego) 11-6; 17, Nathan Schafsteck 10 (CVS) 11-0; T17, Chris Bartilillo 9 (Sidney) 11-0; 20, Barry Gaughan 12 (CVS) 10-0.

SECTION FOUR GIRLS

Top three seeds and local athletes who are seeded for Thursday's Section Four Track and Field State Qualifiers at Vestal. Seed followed by athlete, grade, school and time/distance/points.

100 meters: 1, Olivia Weeks 11 (Elmira Notre Dame) 12.53; 2, Kamari Canady 10 (Binghamton) 12.64; 3, Amanda Woods 11 (Newark Valley) 12.76; 13, Maria Chytalo 8 (Delhi) 13.34; 24, Jess Avery 9 (Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton) 13.84.

200: 1, Erika Kisel 10 (Waverly) 25.64; 2, Lindsey Seymour 9 (Elmira) 25.94; 3, Chales Driscoll 9 (Elmira Free Academy) 26.04; 16, Stacy Tacher 10 (Laurens) 28.04; 17, Sarah Hutchinson 12 (Unadilla Valley) 28.14; 23, Marisa Chytalo 8 (Delhi) 28.64.

400: 1, Samantha Howell 12 (Vestal) 58.14; 2, Bethany Norris 12 (BGA) 58.24; 3, Kylie Strom 10 (Union-Endicott) 58.74; 4, Katya Harris 12 (Unatego); 9, Kelly McCarthy 12 (Gilbertsville-Mount Upton) 1:01.04; 11, Emilia Mieleszko 11 (Walton) 1:02.54; 12, Ann Ward 12 (Oneonta) 1:02.64; 14, Joslyn Mabie 9 (Cherry Valley-Springfield) 1:02.84; 16, Kelly Peletz 12 (Davenport/South Kortright) 1:03.04; 19, Sarah Hutchinson 12 (UV) 1:03.74; 21, Brittney Fahringer 12 (BGA) 1:04.94.

800: 1, Elizabeth Reamer 11 (Ithaca) 2:17.74; 2, Kati Holowacz 12 (BGA) 2:18.34; 3, Alexis Fairbanks 11 (Owego) 2:22.54; 17, Madeline Wenner 9 (Stamford) 2:32.84; 23, Brittany Conte 12 (Schenevus/Worcester) 2:35.44.

1,500: 1, Kati Holowacz 12 (BGA) 4:46.74; 2, Lauren Mullins 8 (Johnson City) 4:48.30; 3, Sydney Williams 9 (Susquehanna Valley) 4:48.94; 10, Sarah Cummings 10 (Delhi) 5:08.00; 13, Molly Maguire 8 (Walton) 5:09.74; 16, Kara Lewis 12 (S/W) 5:13.00; 23, Catherine Benner 10 (Laurens) 5:26.24.

3,000: 1, McKenna Coughlin 9 (JC) 10:06.90; 2, Kate Rosettie 11 (Corning) 10:21.99; 3, Paige Mullins 12 (JC) 10:22.50; 7, Kara Lewis 12 (S/W) 11:19.00; 14, Fiona Doherty 11 (CVS) 12:00.24; 15, Elizabeth Bakhuizen 10 (Laurens) 12:04.54; 16, Amber Shortsleeve 10 (D/SK) 12:27.30.

100 hurdles: 1, Ashley Mahlmeister 11 (Sidney) 14.87; 2, Ashley Aupont 11 (UE) 15.74; 3, Christina Nurczynski 10 (NV) 15.94; 5, Kim Young 11 (Sidney) 16.14; 6, Lyndsay Delello 9 (Sidney) 16.45; 11, Jessica Fusco 10 (Sidney) 16.94; 22, Jaclyn Smith 12 (Franklin) 17.64; 24, Anushka Stupakoff 8 (Delhi) 17.70.

400 hurdles: 1, Mari Giurastante 11 (Chenango Valley) 1:04.30; 2, Bethany Norris 12 (BGA) 1:05.44; 3, Lyndsay Delello 9 (Sidney) 1:06.84; 7, Kim Young 11 (Sidney) 1:07.74; 20, Niki Maraglio 10 (GMU) 1:15.00; 21, Emily Hull 9 (Stamford) 1:15.10.

2,000 steeplechase: 1, Erin Cawley 11 (NV) 7:05.34; 2, Ryann Cretney 12 (Lansing) 7:09.64; 3, Tricia Rossetie 12 (Corning) 7:34.64; 6, Beth Gollin 9 (Oneonta) 7:58.60; 16, Jennifer Bowen 12 (CVS) 9:15.94.

400 relay: 1, Binghamton 49.64; 2, Elmira 51.24; 3, Lansing 51.30; 9, Sidney 52.19; 15, Laurens 54.40; 16, Milford 54.90.

1,600 relay: 1, Waverly 4:08.10; 2, Vestal 4:10.14; 3, Chenango Valley 4:10.30; 4, BGA 4:11.94; 12, Oneonta 4:19.00; 13, Sidney 4:19.56; 15, CVS 4:27.44; 16, Franklin 4:30.04; 17, Milford 4:37.30.

3,200 relay: 1, Ithaca 9:44.30; 2, Maine-Endwell 9:45.70; 3, Corning 9:48.00; 16, Schenevus/Worcester 10:41.30; 17, Stamford 10:43.70.

Long jump: 1, Ashley Mahlmeister 11 (Sidney) 17 feet-2.25 inches; 2, Katie Benenati 10 (Norwich) 16-11.5; 3, Olivia Weeks 11 (END) 16-10; 4, Katie Sessions 12 (Oneonta) 16-8; 7, Stephanie Birkhimer 10 (Oneonta) 15-11.5; 16, Kori Hamm 10 (Edmeston) 15-3.

Triple jump: 1, Olivia Weeks 11 (END) 38-9; 2, Ashley Mahlmeister 11 (Sidney) 36-5.25; 3, Camille Ginyard 10 (Vestal) 35-10.5; 5, Katie Sessions 12 (Oneonta) 35-1.25; 8, Addy Schneider 10 (CVS) 33-11.75; 10, Kori Hamm 10 (Edmeston) 33-4.75; 11, Stephanie Birkhimer 10 (Oneonta) 32-11; 16, Sarah Hutchinson 12 (UV) 32-1.

High jump: 1, Ashley Aupont 11 (UE) 5-2; T1, Laura Kroon 12 (CVS) 5-2; T1, Shannon Seager 12 (Waverly) 5-2; T1, Shelby Olafson 9 (Watkins Glen) 5-2; 6, Danielle Martindale 10 (Sidney) 5-0; 11, Christie O'Conner 9 (Oneonta) 4-10

Pole vault: 1, Camille Ginyard 10 (Vestal) 12-0.5; 2, Tara Brenner 11 (Dryden) 11-6; 3, Carol Melice 12 (Lansing) 11-0; 10, Jessica Fusco 10 (Sidney) 8-6; 11, Katrina Schoelier 12 (BGA) 8-3; 12, Jess Avery 9 (BGA) 8-0; T12, Lauren Payne 12 (Oneonta) 8-0.

Shot put: 1, Elisa Baskin 11 (Binghamton) 37-11; 2, Kacy Boburka 11 (CV) 36-10; 3, Jennifer Cornwell 11 (Moravia) 36-7; 4, Melissa Reigles 11 (BGA) 36-4.75; 6, Kayla Forgit 12 (Morris) 34-9; 11, Jean Viafore 11 (Delhi) 32-5; 13, Sommers Gaddis 10 (Stamford) 31-11; 16, Chandler Prouty 10 (Milford) 30-9.

Discus: 1, Sarita Barriero 12 (Binghamton) 124-6; 2, Miriam Larson-Koester 12 (Southern Cayuga) 115-10.00; 3, Stephanie Simonds 10 (Sidney) 115-4; 4, Kayla Forgit 12 (Morris) 110-8; 5, Melissa Reigles 11 (BGA) 105-10; 11, Cassie Schwarzhans 10 (Morris) 96-6; 14, Kaitlin Meyers 12 (Morris) 95-1; 15, Jean Viafore 11 (Delhi) 94-0.

Pentathlon: 1, Lindsey Dubas (Windsor) 2,761 points; 2, Katie Darling (Delhi) 2,747; 3, Michelle Volpini (Newfield) 2,542.

SECTION THREE GIRLS

Top seeds for Division I and Division II athletes and Cooperstown athletes who are seeded for Thursday's Section Three Track and Field State Qualifiers at Cicero-North Syracuse. Event followed by division, overall seed (if applicable), name, grade, school and time/distance.

800 meters

D-I: 1, Trina Bills 10 Liverpool 2:17.94

D-II: 2, Heather Wilson 12 Homer 2:21.29

1,500 meters

D-I: 1, MacKenzie Carter 10 F-M 4:42.11

D-II: 7, Jessica Bramhall 12 Homer 4:52.24

3,000 meters

D-I: 1, Courtney Chapman 9 F-M 9:48.02

D-II: 3, Allison Lasnicki 10 Canastota 10:15.24

2,000-meter steeplechase

D-I: 1, Lindsay Raulli 11 C-NS 7:12.79

D-II: 2, Rachel Hosie 11 Skaneateles 7:26.44

3,200-meter relay

D-I: 1, Fayetteville-Manlius 9:39.78

D-II: 2, Homer 9:55.22

Pole vault

D-I: 2, Kelly Benfey 10 RFA 11-0

D-II: 1, Linda Hadfield 10 New York Mills 11-6

Pentathlon

D-I: 1, Monique Roberts 12 C-NS 3,242 points

D-II: 4, Allison Dobrovolc 12 Little Falls 2,435

EVENTS WITHOUT OVERALL SEEDS

Numbers before names, if any, indicate seeding within division

100 meters

D-I: Wanetta Rodney 11 Liverpool 12.24

D-II: Gennie DePass N/A Notre Dame 12.54

200 meters

D-I: Geannitta McClain 9 Proctor 24.94

D-II: Gennie DePass N/A Notre Dame 26.24

400 meters

D-I: Christina Monroe 11 Proctor 57.74

D-II: Melissa Zajdel 11 CBA 58.89; 8, Anna Weber 11 Cooperstown 1:01.94; 18, Lauren Richards N/A Richfield Springs 1:05.04

100-meter hurdles

D-I: Janeeka Benson 12 Liverpool 15.44; T1, Jasmine Thompson 10 C-NS 15.44

D-II: Brittany Moody 12 South Jefferson 15.84; 2, Anna Weber 11 Cooperstown 16.14

400-meter hurdles

D-I: Jess Marini 11 F-M 1:04.24

D-II: Anna Weber 11 Cooperstown 1:06.14

400-meter relay

D-I: 1, Liverpool 50.04

D-II: 1, South Jefferson 51.64

1,600-meter relay

D-I: 1, Rome Free Academy 4:02.92

D-II: Homer 4:10.36.

Long jump

D-I: Monique Roberts 12 C-NS 17-5.5

D-II: Jennifer Lighthall 12 Holland Patent 16-11.25; 14, Laura Resnick 12 Cooperstown 14-10

Triple jump

D-I: Vanessa Sheffield 10 Oswego 36-7.25

D-II: Katie Darling 12 J-E 35-0.25; 8, Laura Resnick 12 Cooperstown 32-4.5

High jump

D-I: Monique Roberts 12 C-NS 5-9

D-II: Alexa Thayer 12 Faith Heritage 5-2; Calista Hutchinson 12 South Jefferson 5-2; Megan Nuffer 11 Beaver River 5-2; T4, Anna Kieler 12 Cooperstown 5-0

Shot put

D-I: Shante' White 12 Henninger 42-5.5

D-II: Rachel Roberts 11 Remsen 42-9.5; 13, Jessie Walrath 12 Cooperstown 30-1.5

Discus

D-I: Shante' White 12 Henninger 123-9

D-II: Anna Oliver 12 Phoenix 111-11; 15, Carly Busse 10 Cooperstown 78-11

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STATE TRACK STANDARDS

High school qualifying standards for the 2008 State Track and Field Championship Meet, which runs June 13-14 at the University of Buffalo.

The Section Four State Qualifiers are Thursday at Vestal. The Section Three State Qualifiers are Thursday at Cicero-North Syracuse.

The Division I (enrollments of 600 or more) and Division II (fewer than 600) qualifier champions advance to the state championships. Each section may send one additional entry in each event, provided the following standards are met during regular-season invitationals (five or more teams) that were held the last weekend of April or later.

Source: www.tullyrunners.com.

BOYS STATE STANDARDS

100 meters: 10.7 (10.94 FAT).

200: 22.3 (22.54 FAT).

400: 50.0 (50.24 FAT).

800: 1:57.0 (1:57.24 FAT).

1,600: 4:24.0 (4:24.24 FAT).

3,200: 9:35.0 (9:35.24 FAT).

110 hurdles: 14.8 (15.04 FAT).

400 hurdles: 56.0 (56.24 FAT).

3,000 steeplechase: 9:50.0 (9:50.24 FAT).

400 relay: 42.8 (43.04 FAT).

1,600 relay: 3:23.0 (3:23.24 FAT).

3,200 relay: 8:03.0 (8:03.24 FAT).

Long jump: 22-0.

Triple jump: 44-6.

High jump: 6-5.

Shot put: 51-0.

Discus: 148-0.

Pole vault: 13-6.

Pentathlon: 3,100 points.

GIRLS STATE STANDARDS

100 meters: 12.5.

200: 25.5.

400: 59.0.

800: 2:18.0.

1,500: 4:46.0.

3,000: 10:25.0.

100 hurdles: 15.5.

400 hurdles: 1:06.0.

2,000 steeplechase: 7:15.0.

400 relay: 49.5.

1,600 relay: 4:02.0.

3,200 relay: 9:30.0.

Long jump: 17-0.

Triple jump: 36-6.

High jump: 5-2.

Shot put: 37-0.

Discus: 117-6.

Pole vault: 10-0.

Pentathlon: 2,750 points.

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