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Seven meet records fall at FFCS Relays

May 5, 2013
By The Leader-Herald (sports@leaderherald.com) , The Leader Herald

FONDA - It was a record-setting day at the Fonda-Fultonville Relays on Saturday, as seven meet records were set during the meet.

In the boys competition Amsterdam set a record in the 4 x 200 relay as the team of Luis Laboy, Lucas Dorr, Brett Stanavich and Izaiah Brown won with a time of 1:32.8.

Fonda-Fultonville (1:38.8) was second and Gloversville (1:39.3) was third.

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Canajoharie’s Seth Ferguson clears the final hurdle in the boys 3 x 110-meter hurdle relay Saturday at Fonda-Fultonville High School. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

Amsterdam also set a record in the long jump relay as Laboy and Christopher Rost won with a distance of 40-10 1/2 feet. Fonda-Fultonville (36-10) was second and Gloversville (36-3) was third.

In the 4 x 800 relay, Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons set a new meet record as the team of Jason Lange, Matthew Lange, Jordan Pantalone and Nick Prezekurat won with a time of 8:21.7. Fonda-Fultonville (8:32.2) was third and Amsterdam (9:10) was fifth.

In the 6,400 relay, the same Bishop Gibbons quartet won with a time of 18:32.9. Amsterdam (18:42.5) was second, Fonda-Fultonville (19:01.5) was third and Gloversville (19:08.9) was fifth. The Gloversville team of John Knox, Alex Gifford, Adam Sleezer and Jack Hayes set a school record with their time.

Amsterdam won the 1,600 relay as the team of John Hardies, Stanavich, Anthony Stewart and Brown posted a time of 3:31.1. Fonda-Fultonville (3:41.5) was third and Gloversville (3:47.0) was fifth.

The Rams also won the sprint medley relay as the team of Stewart, Dorr, Brown and Hardies finished with a time of 3:44.1. Johnstown (3:51.9) was second and Gloversville (4:01.6) was fifth.

Amsterdam also won the triple jump and high jump relays.

In the triple jump relay, the team of Laboy and Omahri Sturdivant won with a distance of 79-6 1/4. Canajoharie (76-7) was second, Fonda-Fultonville (70-9 1/4) was fourth and Gloversville (70-5 1/4) was fifth.

In the high jump relay, Brown and Jose Perez won with a total height of 11-6. Gloversville (11-0) was third and Fonda-Fultonville (10-4) was sixth.

The Rams also added a win in the freshman-sophomore sprint medley relay as the team of Sturdivant, Ryan Farley, Austin Brock and David Graveley posted a time of 1:44.6. Fonda-Fultonville (1:49.4) was second and Gloversville (1:50.6) was sixth.

Gloversville won the distance medley relay as the team of Alex Gifford, John Knox III, Matt Rivera and Jack Hayes posted a school-record time of 10:59.1, while Fonda-Fultonville (11:16.0) was second.

Gloversville also won the freshman-sophomore 400 relay with a time of 49.8 seconds.. Canajoharie (50.3 seconds) was second and Amsterdam (50.4) was fourth.

Fonda-Fultonville won the 3 x 110 hurdle and 3 x 400 hurdle relays.

In the 3 x 110 hurdle relay, the team of Jacob Hentnik, Michael Sweet and Joe Fox recorded a time of 51.0 seconds, while Canajoharie (56.7 seconds) was third.

Sweet, Fox and Tom Dwyer won the 3 x 400 hurdle relay with a meet-record time of 3:02.8. Amsterdam (3:16.8) was second, Johnstown (3:21.7) was third and Gloversville (4:22.0) was fourth.

Fonda-Fultonville also won the shot put and discus relays.

In the shot put relay, Dom Neri and Kyle Guiffre posted a total distance of 91-3 feet. Amsterdam (77-11 1/2) was fifth and Gloversville (77-10) was sixth.

Neri and Guiffre also teamed up to win the discus relay with a total of 230-5 feet. Canajoharie (202-5) was third, Amsterdam (197-9) was fourth and Johnstown (191-8) was sixth.

The FFCS freshman-sophomore 3 x 110 hurdle relay team of Tristan Nellis, Christian Van Avery and Damion Freeman posted a meet-record time of 49.2 seconds, while Gloversville was third with a time of 1:02.0.

Fonda-Fultonville also won the freshman-sophomore 3 x 400 hurdle relay with a time of 3:18.6, while Gloversville was second with a time of 3:41.6.

Gloversville was fourth in the 400 relay with a time of 46.9 seconds, while Canajoharie (48.0 seconds) was fifth. Cohoes won the event with a time of 53.3 seconds.

Cohoes also won the freshman-sophomore 800 relay and 1,600 relay.

In the 800 relay, Cohoes won with a time of 1:42.1. Amsterdam (1:42.9) was second, Fonda-Fultonville (1:44.3) was third and Gloversville (1:45.6) was fifth.

In the 1,600 relay, Cohoes posted a winning time of 3;49.5. Amsterdam (3:50.9) was second, Fonda-Fultonville (3:53.8) was third and Gloversville (4:03.0) was fourth.

Little Falls won the pole vault relay with a total height of 21-6. Fonda-Fultonville (21-0) was second, Johnstown (20-6) was third, Gloversville (20-0) was fourth and Amsterdam (18-0) was sixth.

In the girls competition, meet records fell in the varsity 4 x 100 and 4 x 800 relays.

In the 4 x 100 relay, Duanesburg won as the team of Mackenzie McQueeney, Maddy Kenyon, Abby Schaible and Meghan Wilkes posted a meet-record time of 51.1 seconds, while Amsterdam was third with a time of 53.2 seconds.

In the 4 x 800 relay, Ballston Spa won as the team of Alyssa Gardner, Caitlyn Gardner, Haley Canham and Kailey Rothacker posted a meet-record time of 10:04.9. Canajoharie (10:24.1) was second and Fonda-Fultonville (1:027.5) was third.

Duanesburg also posted wins in the 1,600 and sprint medley relays.

In the 1,600 relay, Duanesburg won with a time of 4:12.6. Canajoharie (4:22.5) was second, Gloversville (4:38.7) was fourth and Amsterdam (4:49.6) was sixth.

In the sprint medley relay, Duanesburg won with a time of 4:34.3. Amsterdam (4:36.2) was second and Johnstown (4:55.6) was sixth.

Ballston Spa won the 6,400 relay with a time of 23:03.6, while Gloversville (24:16.1) was third.

Ballston Spa also won the 3 x 100 hurdle relay with a time of 50.5 seconds. Fonda-Fultonville (53.2 seconds) was second, Canajoharie (55.2) was third and Johnstown (58.7) was fifth.

Amsterdam won the 800 relay as the team of Kelly Paris, Abby Wollman, Hannah Wollman and Brenda Santana posted a time of 1:53.0. Gloversville (1:53.9) was third and Johnstown (1:56.8) was sixth.

Fonda-Fultonville won the discus and triple jump relays.

In the discus relay, the team of Camryn Savoie and Whitney Martuscello posted a total of 197-0 feet. Canajoharie (158-3) was third and Johnstown (143-1) was fourth.

Lindsay Therrien and Kimberly Geniti teamed up to win the triple jump relay with a total of 60-6 1/4 feet. Canajoharie (59-10 3/4 was second and Amsterdam (57-5 3/4) was sixth.

Johnstown won the 3 x 400 hurdle relay as the team of Emily Fettinger, Jordan Rose and Courtney Cirillo posted a time of 4:05.6, while Fonda-Fultonville (4:21.4) placed third.

Gloversville won the long jump relay as the team of Chanel Thomas and Amanda Cabrera-Case posted a total of 29-2 feet. Canajoharie (27-11 1/2) was third and Fonda-Fultonville (27-1/2) was sixth.

Gloversville also won the freshman-sophomore 400 and freshman-sophomore 800 relays.

Fonda-Fultonville was fifth in the freshman-sophomore 400 relay and sixth in the freshman-sophomore 800 relay.

Mechanicville won the distance medley relay with a time of 13:46.2. Gloversville (14:00.2) was third and Amsterdam (14:06.3) was fifth.

Catholic Central won the high jump relay with a total of 9-2 feet. Canajoharie (9-2) was second, Fonda-Fultonville (8-10) was fifth and Amsterdam (8-8) was sixth.

Little Falls won the pole vault relay with a total height of 14-6 feet. FFCS (14-0) was second, Gloversville (14-0) was third, Canajoharie (13-0) was fourth and Amsterdam (6-6) was fifth.

Saranac won the shot put relay with a total distance of 66-9 1/4. Fonda-Fultonville (63-4 1/4) was second, Gloversville (52-1 1/4) was fifth and Canajoharie (49-2) was sixth.

Lansingburgh won the freshman-sophomore 3 x 100 hurdle and freshman-sophomore 3 x 400 hurdle relays. Gloversville placed third in the freshman-sophomore 3 x 400 hurdle relay.

Little Falls won the freshman-sophomore 1,600 relay, while FFCS was third and Gloversville was fourth.

Ballston Spa won the freshman-sophomore sprint medley relay, while Gloversville was second and Amsterdam was third.

 
 

 

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