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Amsterdam girls, B-P boys claim titles at Johnstown Invitational

Westmoreland's Jason Robinson looks to move past Johnstown's Sebastian Mills, Fonda-Fultonville's Shane Viscosi and Amsterdam's Trevpr Dzikowicz as they compete in the 3,200 meter event at the Johnstown Invitational Friday at Knox Field. Robinson won the 3,200-meter wheelchair event with a time of 8:05.2, while Mills won the 3,200-meter run with his time of 10:16.17. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

JOHNSTOWN — The Amsterdam girls and Broadalbin-Perth boys claimed the team titles Friday at the Johnstown Invitational at Knox Field.

The Amsterdam girls finished with 100 points, while the Broadalbin-Perth boys were second with 89 points. Taconic Hills (71 points) was third, Ichabod Crane (64) was fourth and Central Valley Academy (41) was fifth. Host Johnstown was seventh with 29 points, Fonda-Fultonville was 13th with 12.5 points, Gloversville was 14th with 12 points and Canajoharie was 18th with 6 points.

The B-P boys finished with 111 points, while Amsterdam was second with 98 points. Albany Academy (86.5 points) was third, Johnstown (69) was fourth and Ichabod Crane (63) was fifth. Canajoharie (50) was sixth, Fonda-Fultonville (46) was seventh and Gloversville (3.5) was 12th.

Girls

Amsterdam’s Lauren Santiago set a new meet record in the 400 meters, winning with a time of 58.01 seconds. Santiago broke the old mark of 58.2 seconds set by Holy Names’ Jordan White in 2008.

Broadalbin-Perth's Hailey Parrotti (1), Ichabod Crane's Monique Benn (2), Ama Boham (3) Amsterdam's Charli Beekman (4), Johnstown's Jenna Thompson (5) and Taconic Hills Amelia Canetto (6) battle for the lead in the 100-meter dash at the annual Johnstown Invitational Friday at Knox Field in Johnstown. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

Santiago also won the 200-meter dash with a time of 25.79 seconds. Gloversville’s Rhea Winter was fifth with a time of 27.96 seconds.

Amsterdam’s Jackie Stanavich won the pentathlon with a total of 2,547 points. Fonda-Fultonville’s Stella Williams (1,882) was fourth and Fonda-Fultonville’s Guiliana Capparello (1,712) was fifth.

Amsterdam’s Charli Beekman was third in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.95 seconds, while Johnstown’s Jenna Thompson (13.21 seconds) was sixth.

Beekman won the long jump with a leap of 15-9. Amsterdam’s Emma Gomez (14-11) was third and B-P’s Hailey Parrotti (14-7 3/4) was sixth.

Parrotti won the triple jump for the Lady Patriots with a leap of 33-7 1/2. Fonda-Fultonville’s Emilia Vardai-Davidson (31-5 1/4) was fourth and Gloversville’s Macey Salvione (31-4 1/4) was fifth.

Albany Academy's Ahmad Praileau, Amsterdam's Marcos Santiago, Canajoharie's Joey Nare and Ichabod Crane's Tismark Boham clear a flight of hurdles during the 110-meter high hurdle finals at Friday's Johnstown Invitational at Knox Field. (The Leader-Herald/James A. Ellis)

Gloversville’s Rhea Winter (1:02.41) was third in the 400, Canajoharie’s Taya Yacobucci (1:05.22) was fifth and Amsterdam’s Skylar Grybos (1:05.90) was sixth.

In the 800, B-P’s Gabrielle Larsen (2:34.06) was third and Amsterdam’s Kayla Sondrup (2:40.87) was fifth.

Larsen also was second in the 1,500 meters with a time of 5:10.23. Johnstown’s Molly Lake (5:31.25) was fifth and Amsterdam’s Gabby Feliciano (5:37.34) was sixth.

Feliciano was third in the 3,000 meters with a time of 11:54.39. B-P’s Samantha Murphy (12:04.95) was fourth and B-P’s Rose Barnhart (12:33.55) was sixth.

Amsterdam’s Gabby Stanavich was second in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 15.34 seconds. Broadalbin-Perth’s Ava Tyler (16.80) was third and Johnstown’s Abby Gottung (16.96) was fourth.

Stanavich also placed second in the 400 hurdles, finishing with a time of 1:06.66. Gottung (1:08.48) was fourth, Tyler (1:10.19) was fifth and Vardai-Davidson (1:14.66) was sixth.

Tyler won the pole vault for B-P with a height of 9-6. Canajoharie’s Abby Smith (7-6) was fourth, B-P’s Bianca Ropeter (6-6) was fifth and Fonda-Fultonville’s Megan Mormile (6-0) was sixth.

In the 2,000-meter steeplechase, Broadalbin-Perth had three of the top-six finishers. Larsen (7:53.65) was second, Barnhart (8:59.76) was fifth and Murphy (9:04.35) was sixth.

Sondrup was second in the high jump with a leap of 4-6, while B-P’s Lauren Phillips and Johnstown’s Talia Anderson tied for third at 4-6. Johnstown’s Molly Hotaling was fifth with a height of 4-4.

In the shot put, B-P’s Caitlin Palmateer (28-2 1/2) was second and Amsterdam’s Makayla Brown (27-7) was fourth.

Palmateer also was second in the discus with a throw of 87-10.

Amsterdam won the 4 x 400 relay as the team of Gabby Stanavich, Sondrup, grebes and Santiago posted a time of 4:17.35. Johnstown (4:23.13) was second and Broadalbin-Perth (4:33.95) was fourth.

In the 4 x 800 relay, Johnstown (10:34.03) was second, Broadalbin-Perth (11:13.91 ) was fourth and Fonda-Fultonville (11:34.92) was sixth.

Amsterdam (53.48 seconds) was second in the 4 x 100 relay and Gloversville (54.97 seconds) was fifth.

Broadalbin-Perth was fourth in the 4 x 100 thrower relay, while Johnstown was fifth.

Boys

Johnstown’s Sebastian Mills won the 1,600 meters with a time of 4:44.23, while Gloversville’s Skyler Reed (4:52.64) was sixth.

Reed also was sixth in the 2,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 11:17.46.

Mills also won the 3,200 metes with a time of 10:16.17. Fonda-Fultonville’s Shane Viscosi (10:26.82) was second, Amsterdam’s Trevor Dzikowicz (10;29.09) was third and Broadalbin-Perth’s Micah Smith (10:29.41) was fourth.

Canajoharie’s Marcus Johnson won the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 58.18 seconds. Canajoharie’s Andrew Ferguson (58.90) was second, Amsterdam’s Marcos Santiago (59.91) was third, Fonda-Fultonville’s Liam Viscosi (1:00.64) was fourth and B-P’s Jon Simmons (1:00.84) was fifth.

Santiago was second in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 15.73 seconds. Ferguson (16.77) was fourth, Canajoharie’s Joey Nare (16.98) was fifth and Liam Viscosi (17.15) was sixth.

Johnstown’s Joey Matthews (5-10) won the high jump, while Broadalbin-Perth’s Sean Meher (5-8) was second. Amsterdam’s Antonio Reyes (5-8) was third and Johnstown’s Matthew Boyle (5-4) was sixth.

Broadalbin-Perth’s Jeffrey Shlomovich won the pole vault with a height of 12-0. B-P’s Daniel Dylong (12-0) was second, Fonda-Fultonville’s Carter Petersen (11-0) was third and Amsterdam’s Chaun’J Ramos (10-0) was fourth.

In the 100-meter dash, Amsterdam’s Trevon Joyner (11.91 seconds) was third, Johnstown’s Trey Stover (11.95) was fourth and Gloversville’s Ryan Smith (12.01) was fifth.

Amsterdam’s Angel Sanchez was second in the 200 meters with a time of 23.89 seconds, while B-P’s Dylan Travis (24.64) was fifth.

Johnson won the long jump for Canajoharie with a leap of 19-11. Sanchez (19-9) was second, Fonda-Fultonville’s Garrett Neff (19-1) was third, Meher (18-11 1/2) was fifth and Stover (18-5) was sixth.

In the triple jump, Santiago was second for Amsterdam with a leap of 39-9, while Gomez (38-11) was third. Boyle (38-8) was fourth and Fonda-Fultonville’s Trevor Cline (37-11 1/2) was fifth and Ferguson (37-10 1/2) was sixth.

Amsterdam’s Jacob Gomez (54.87 seconds) was fifth in the 400 meters, while Broadalbin-Perth’s Kyle Henry (55.10) was sixth.

In the 800 meters, Cline (2:10.54) was third, B-P’s Wyatt Couperus (2:12.57) was fourth and Ramos (2:13.64) was fifth.

B-P’s John Coddington won the shot put with a throw of 49-3 1/4. B-P’s Tino Mancini (43-3 1/2 was second, Johnstown’s Brady VanAernam (42-8) was third, Amsterdam’s Garrett McHeard (42-4 3/4) was fourth and B-P’s Aidan DeJong (42-1/2) was fifth.

In the discus, Fonda-Fultonville’s Alex Saltsman won with a throw of 133-0. Aidan DeJong (127-3) was second, Coddington (123-11) was third, VanAernam (123-8) was fourth and Mancini (116-4) was fifth.

In the pentathlon, Broadalbin-Perth’s Nolen Niznek (2,186 points) was second, Canajoharie’s Luke Sunderland (2,047) was third, B-P’s Paul Gifford (1,965) was fourth, Johnstown’s Justin Ferrara (1,769) was fifth and Fonda-Fultonville’s Eric Hesch (1,760) was sixth.

Amsterdam won the 4 x 800 relay as the team of Dzikowicz, Ramos, Reyes and Gomez posted a time of 8:44.52. Broadalbin-Perth (8:53.08) was second, Fonda-Fultonville (9:16.21) was fifth and Johnstown (9:17.62) was sixth.

Broadalbin-Perth won the 4 x 100 throwers relay as the team of Aidan DeJong, Matthew DeJong, Coddington and Mancini posted a time of 53.18 seconds. Canajoharie (54.15) was second and Johnstown (58.05) was fourth.

Amsterdam was second in the 4 x 100 relay with a time of 45.58 seconds. Johnstown (46.14) was fourth and Broadalbin-Perth (46.17) was fifth.

In the 4 x 400 relay, Johnstown (3:34.45) was second, Amsterdam (3:39.31) was third, B-P (3:42.31) was fifth and Canajoharie (3:44.78) was sixth.

Johnstown Invitational

Girls

Team results

1. AMSTERDAM 100; 2. Broadalbin-Perth 89; 3. Taconic Hills 71; 4. Ichabod Crane 64; 5. Central Valley Academy 41; 6. Berne-Knox-Westerlo 30; 7. Johnstown 29; 8. Albany Academy 23; 9. Holland Patent 22.5; 10. Greenville 22; 11. Cohoes 20; 12. Rensselaer 16; 13. Fonda-Fultonville 12.5; 14. Saratoga Catholic 12; 14. Gloversville 12; 16. Catholic Central (Troy) 11; 17. Herkimer 7; 18. Canajoharie 6.

Individual results

100: 1. Ama Boham (IC), 12.84; 2. Amelia Canetto (TH), 12.86; 3. Charli Beekman (A), 12.95.

200: 1. Lauren Santiago (A), 25.79; 2. Amelia Canetto (TH), 26.08; 3. Caileigh Miron (Coh), 27.27.

400: 1. Lauren Santiago (A), 58.01; 2. Amelia Canetto (TH), 58.76; 3. Rhea Winter (Glov), 1:02.41.

800: 1. Camryn Stone (Cent. Val.), 2:21.24; 2. Morgan Sears (AA), 2:30.88; 3. Gabrielle Larsen (BP), 2:34.06.

1500: 1. Camryn Stone (Cent. Val), 4:58.89; 2. Gabrielle Larsen (BP), 5:10.23; Melody Ascioti (CC), 5:21.17.

3000: 1. Tess Fitzmaurice (Green), 10:46.52; 2. Olivia Oligny-Leggett (IC), 11:49.66; 3. Gabby Feliciano (A), 11:54.39.

100 HH: 1. Ama Boham (IC), 15.16; 2. Gabby Stanavich (A), 15.34; 3. Ava Tyler (BP), 16.80.

400 IH: 1. Clare Howard (TH), 1:06.05; Gabby Stanavich (A), 1:06.66; 3. Ama Boham (IC), 1:07.92.

2000 Steeplechase: 1. Tess Fitzmaurice (Green), 7:40.79; 2. Gabrielle Larsen (BP), 7:53.65; 3. Michelle Puzulis (BKW), 7:55.80.

100 Thrower relay: 1. Berne-Knox-Westerlo (Afzali, Lawson, Mengel, Rodrigue), 1:01.01; 2. Saratoga Central Catholic, 1:04.78; 3. Holland Patent, 1:05.81.

400 relay: 1. Rensselaer (Davis, Graham, Burden, Nelson), 52.06; 2. Amsterdam, 53.48; 3. Taconic Hills, 53.57.

1600 relay: 1. Amsterdam (G. Stanavich, Sondrup, Brybos, Santiago), 4:17.35; 2. Johnstown, 4:23.13; 3. Central Valley Academy, 4:33.05.

3200 relay: 1. Ichabod Crane (Wall, Slade, Oligny-Leggett, Dolge), 10:26.19; 2. Johnstown, 10:34.03; 3. Albany Academy, 10:58.90.

High jump: 1. Clare Howard (TH), 4-08; 2. Kayla Sondrup (A), 4-06; 3. Lauren Phillips (BP), 4-06.

Pole vault: 1. Ava Tyler (BP), 9-06.0; 2. Lily Russo (TH), 7-06.; 2. Erin Shivas (HP), 7-06.0.

Long jump: 1. Charli Beekman (A), 15-09.0; 2. Lily Russo (TH), 15-04.; 3. Emma Gomez (A), 14-11.0.

Triple jump: 1. Hailey Parrotti (BP), 33-07.5; 2. Lily Russo (TH), 32-11.0; 3. Ciena Lentz (IC), 31-07.0.

Shot put: 1. Lindsey Gravelding (Cent. Val.), 33-05.0; 2. Caitlin Palmateer (BP), 28-02.5; 3. Cydney Owens (AA), 28-01.75.

Discus: 1. Samantha Mengel (BKW), 90-04; 2. Caitlin Palmateer (BP), 87-10; 3. Abbey Gatjkowski (TH), 87-02.

Pentathlon: 1. Jackie Stanavich (A), 2,547; 2. Hannah Ragule (Coh), 2,221; 3. Caroline Page (Ren), 2,068.

Boys

Team results

1. BROADALBIN-PERTH 111; 2. Amsterdam 98; 3. Albany Academy 86.5; 4. Johnstown 69; 5. Ichabod Crane 63; 6. Canajoharie 50; 7. Fonda-Fultonville 46; 8. Catholic Central (Troy), 42; 9. Rensselaer 29; 10. Herkimer 11; 11. Westmoreland 6; 12. Gloversville 3.5; 13. Berne-Knox-Westerlo 1.50; 13. Saratoga Catholic 1.50; 15. Taconic Hills 1.

Individual results

100: 1. Baden Seabury (IC), 11.53; 2. Ehdo Kyi (Ren), 11.75; 3. Trevon Joyner (A), 11.91.

200: 1. Baden Seabury (IC), 23.60; 2. Angel Sanchez (A), 23.89; 3. Ehdo Kyi (Ren), 24.08.’

400: 1. Cameron Fearn (AA), 52.15; 2. Donovan Brown (IC), 52.97; 3. Carter Forbes (AA), 53.20.

800: 1. Jake Foster (CC), 2:07.57; 2. Ian Spoor (CC), 2:09.76; 3. Trevor Cline (FF), 2:10.54.

1600: 1. Sebastian Mills (J), 4:44.23; 2. Spencer Daley (CC), 4:46.24; 3. Jake Foster (CC), 4:47.51.

1600 Wheelchair: 1. Jason Robinson (Westmoreland), 3:56.79.

3200 Wheelchair: 1. Jason Robinson (Westmoreland), 8:05.02.

3200: Sebastian Mills (J), 10:16.17; 2. Shane Viscosi (FF), 10:26.82; 3. Trevor Dzikowicz (A), 10:29.09.

110 HH: 1. Ahmad Praileau (AA), 15.31; 2. Marcos Santiago (A), 15.73; 3. Tismark Boham (IC), 16.61.

400 IH: 1. Marcus Johnson (Can), 58.18; 2. Andrew Ferguson (Can), 58.90; 3. Marcos Santiago (A), 59.9′.

3000 Steeplechase: 1. Henry Goca (Ren), 9:49.25; 2. Harry Haworth (AA), 10:37.67; 3. Spencer Daley (CC), 11:01.89.

400 Thrower relay: 1. Broadalbin-Perth (A. DeJong, M. DeJong, Coddington, Mancini), 53.18; 2. Canajoharie, 54.15; 3. Herkimer, 55.66.

400 relay: 1. Albany Academy (Campito, Fearn, Jones, Praileau), 44.54; 2. Amsterdam, 45.58; 3. Ichabod Crane, 45.70.

1600 relay: 1. Albany Academy (Fearn, Forbes, Comparin, Praileau), 3:32.93; 2. Johnstown, 3:34.45; 3. Amsterdam, 3:39.31.

3200 relay: 1. Amsterdam (Dzikowicz, Ramos, Reyes, Gomez), 8:44.52; 2. Broadalbin-Perth, 8:53.08; 3. Ichabod Crane, 9:05.32.

High jump: 1. Joseph Matthews (J), 5-10.0; 2. Sean Meher (BP), 5-08.0; 3. Antonio Reyes (A), 5-08.0.

Pole vault: 1. Jeff Shlomovich (BP), 12-00.0; 2. Daniel Dylong (BP), 12-00.0; 3. Carter Petersen (FF), 11-00.0.

Long jump: 1. Marcus Johnson (Can), 19-11.0; 2. Angel Sanchez (A), 19-09.0; 3. Garrett Neff (FF), 19-01.0.

Triple jump: 1. Jack Campito (AA), 39-11.0; 2. Marcos Santiago (A), 39-09.0; 3. Jacob Gomez (A), 38-11.0.

Shot put: 1. John Coddington (BP), 49-03.25; 2. Tino Mancini (BP), 43-03.5; 3. Brady VanAernam (J), 42-08.0.

Discus: 1. Alex Saltsman (FF), 133-0; 2. Aidan DeJong (BP), 127-03; 3. John Coddington (BP), 123-11.

Pentathlon: 1. Kevin Wellington (AA), 2,374; 2. Nolen Neznek (BP), 2,186; 3. Luke Sunderland (Can), 2,047.

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