B-P boys claim Foothills Council title
JOHNSTOWN — For the second straight year, the Broadalbin-Perth boys track and field team claimed the title at the Foothills Council Championships.
The Patriots finished with 119 points to claim the team title at Knox Field. Queensbury (114 points) was second, Scotia-Glenville (100.5) was third, Hudson Falls (76.5) was fourth and Amsterdam (62) was fifth. Host Johnstown was eighth with 26 points and Gloversville was 10th with four points.
“Today was an outstanding day for both our boys and girls programs. Our boys have had a very up and down season as we have fought through multiple injuries,” Broadalbin-Perth coach Jeff Richards said. “Today, though, they showed their toughness as kids and fought through the pain to ensure that we were successful. Just as we did a year ago we showed much balance and proved that it truly takes a team to win what many think is an individual sport. Our seniors led the way and our youngsters stepped up to make sure we did what no other B-P team has done before — repeat as Foothills champs. The girls finished fourth, but showed that they are ready to take the next step up.”
Queensbury won the girls team title with a total of 144 points. Amsterdam was second with 76 points, Scotia-Glenville (71) was third, Broadalbin-Perth (69) was fourth and South Glens Falls (53) was fifth. Johnstown was seventh with 39 points and Gloversville was eighth with 26 points.
“Both teams seem to be peaking at the right time, and are realizing their full potential,” Richards said. “We have one more step left in our journey and I believe they are ready to finish that climb.”
Broadalbin-Perth turned in a strong showing in the field events on its way to the team title.
In the high jump, Broadalbin-Perth’s Sean Meher (5-10) was second, B-P’s Niko Mancini (5-10) was third, Amsterdam’s Antonio Reyes (5-10) was third and Johnstown’s Joseph Matthews (5-10) was fifth.
Meher also placed second in the long jump with a leap of 20-6, while Amsterdam’s Carlos Martas (18-9) was fifth.
Broadalbin-Perth’s Daniel Dylong was second in the pole vault with a height of 12-6, B-P’s Jeffrey Shlomovich (12-0) was third and Amsterdam’s Chaun’J Ramos (10-6) was fifth and Amsterdam’s Cuba Fernandez (10-0) was sixth.
Meher won the triple jump with a leap of 41-11 1/4, Gomez (40-11) was second, B-P’s Hunter O’Dell (40-3 3/4) was third and Johnstown’s Matthew Boyle (38-4) was sixth.
In the shot put, Broadalbin-Perth claimed three of the top five spots. Aidan DeJong (44-6) was third for the Patriots, John Coddington (43-10 1/2) was fourth and Niko Mancini (42-1 1/2) was fifth.
DeJong won the discus with a throw of 140-8. Coddington (131-5) was third and Johnstown’s Brady VanAernam (130-10) was fourth.
In the 110-meter hurdles, Broadalbin-Perth’s Mancini was third with a time of 16.53 seconds. Amsterdam’s Marcos Santiago (16.55) was fourth, Johnstown’s Julian Marte (17.56) was fifth and B-P’s Jon Simmons (19.21) was sixth.
Santiago won the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 59.71 seconds. B-P’s Jonathan Murphy (59.91) was second, Marte (1:01.55) was fourth and Simmons (1:04.43) was sixth.
Gloversville’s Ryan Smith was fourth in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.78 seconds, while Amsterdam’s Kevin Vargas (11.90) was sixth.
Amsterdam’s Robert Martinez was fifth in the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.21 seconds, while Johnstown’s Nolan Hayes (2:10.32) was fifth in the 800 meters.
B-P’s Kyle Henry was fourth in the 400 meters with a time of 54.43 seconds and Amsterdam’s Jacob Gomez (55.33) was fifth.
Johnstown’s Sebastian Mills was sixth in the 1,600 meters with a time of 4:44.49, while Amsterdam’s Trevor Dzikowicz was fourth in the 3,200 with a time of 10:49.53.
Mills was third in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 10:14.48, while B-P’s Micah Smith was fifth with a time of 11:09.22.
Broadalbin-Perth’s Bryant Palmer was third in the pentathlon with a total of 1,860 points and B-P’s Paul Gifford (1,845) was fourth.
Amsterdam was second in the 400 relay with a time of 45.54 seconds. Johnstown (46.46) was fourth and Broadalbin-Perth (45.54) was fifth.
In the 1,600 relay, Amsterdam (3:37.80) was third and Broadalbin-Perth (3:37.91) was fourth.
Amsterdam (8:38.50) was second in the 3,200 relay and Broadalbin-Perth (8:51.93) was fifth.
Lauren Santiago won two events to help Amsterdam to a second-place finish.
Santiago won the 200 meters with a time of 26.20 seconds. Johnstown’s Jenna Thompson (27.31) was third, Broadalbin-Perth’s Haley Parrotti (27.85) was fourth and Gloversville’s Rhea Winter (27.93) was fifth.
Santiago also won the 400 meters with a time of 59.43 seconds. Winter (1:04.68) was third, Gloversville’s Ashley Fisher (1:05.47) was fifth and B-P’s Lauren Phillips (1:06.26) was sixth.
Amsterdam’s Charli Beekman was second in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.82 seconds. Parrotti (13.26) was fourth and Thompson (13.27) was fifth.
In the 800 meters, B-P’s Gabrielle Larsen (2:39.11) was second, Fisher (2:43.77) was fifth and Johnstown’s Katie Romano (2:46.27)) was sixth.
Larsen also was third in the 1,500 meters with a time of 5:13.78. Larsen also was second in the 2,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 8:09.65. B-P’s Rose Barnhart (8:45.32) was third and Romano (8:52.60) was fifth.
Johnstown’s Sarah Smith was sixth in the 3,000 meters with a time of 12:17.84.
Amsterdam’s Gabby Stanavich won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 15.19 seconds, Amsterdam’s Jackie Stanavich was fourth with 16.26 seconds and Johnstown’s Abigail Gottung (16.81) was sixth.
Gottung won the 400-meter hurdles for the Lady Bills with a time of 1:07.03. B-P’s Ava Tyler was third with a time of 1:11.23 and Amsterdam’s Samantha Kaminski (1:14.36) was fourth.
In the high jump, Amsterdam’s Kayla Sondrup (4-8) was second and B-P’s Lauren Phillips (4-6) was sixth.
Tyler won the pole vault for the Lady Patriots with a height of 10-0.
Johnstown won the 1,600 relay as the team of Thompson, Talia Anderson, Molly Lake and Gottung posted a time of 4:18.93. Amsterdam (4:21.52) was second and Broadalbin-Perth (4:34.17) was fourth.
Gloversville’s Macey Salvione was third in the long jump with a leap of 15-6 3/4, while Parrotti (14-9 3/4) was fifth.
Parrotti (34-3) was second in the triple jump and Salvione (33-5 1/2) was fourth.
Jackie Stanavich (31-1) was third in the shot put for Amsterdam, while Broadalbin-Perth’s Amirah Carsno was third in the pentathlon with a total of 1,691 points.
In the 400 relay, Amsterdam (52.20 seconds) was second and Gloversville (54.07) was fourth.
Johnstown (10:29.21) was third in the 3,200 relay and Amsterdam (11:19.25) was fourth.
Foothills Council Championships
at Knox Field, Johnstown
Broadalbin-Perth 119, Queensbury 114, Scotia-Glenville 100.5, Hudson Falls 76.5, Amsterdam 62, South Glens Falls 43, Glens Falls 37, Johnstown 26, Schuylerville 7, Gloversville 4.
100: Pritchett (HF), 11.38
200: Pritchett (HF), 22.87
400: Jeffes (S-G), 50.34
800: Logan (Q), 2:01.43
1,600: Logan (Q), 4:37.35
3,200: Logan (Q), 10:01.64
110 Hurdles: Lapan (Q), 15.17
400 Hurdles: Santiago (A), 59.71
400 Relay: Hudson Falls (Lewis, Pritchett, Horrigan, Condon), 45.33
1,600 Relay: Hudson Falls (Studler-Morris, Saville, Horrigan, Pritchett), 3:32.88
3,200 Relay: Queensbury (Hays, Barrett, Fedele, Jenkins), 8:37.10
3,000 Steeplechase: Leininger (SGF), 10:00.39
High Jump: Hogan (HF), 6-4
Long Jump: Jeffes (S-G), 20-7.25
Triple Jump: Meher (B-P), 41-11.25
Discus: DeJong (B-P), 140-8
Shot Put: Cahill (GF), 49-8.75
Pole Vault: Rittereiser (SGF), 13-0
Pentathlon: Crawford (Q), 2,427
Queensbury 144, Amsterdam 76, Scotia-Glenville 71, Broadalbin-Perth 69, South Glens Falls 53, Hudson Falls 49, Johnstown 39, Gloversville 26, Schuylerville 14, Glens Falls 9.
100: Lacy (HF), 12.66
200: Santiago (A), 26.2
400: Santiago (A), 59.43
800: Krogh (S-G), 2:32.76
1,500: Luke (S-G), 5:07.55
3,000: James (S-G), 11:25.76
100 Hurdles: Stanavich (A), 15.19
400 Hurdles: Gottung (J), 1:07.03
400 Relay: Hudson Falls (Girard, A. Lacy, Sherman, K. Lacy), 51.16
1,600 Relay: Johnstown (Thompson, Anderson, Lake, Gottung), 4:18.93
3,200 Relay: Scotia-Glenville (Krogh, Luke, O’Neil, Velasco), 10:19.18
2,000 Steeplechase: LaBounty (SCH), 7:51.87
High Jump: Liles (Q), 5-0
Long Jump: Warner-Davis (Q), 15-11.75
Triple Jump: Warner-Davis (Q), 36-8
Discus: Willis (Q), 94-3
Shot put: Willis (Q), 36-4.5
Pole vault: Tyler (B-P), 10-0
Pentathlon: Woods (S-G), 2,116
Center State Conference
Dolgeville boys second, girls fourth at CSC meet
NEWPORT — The Dolgeville boys track and field team was second and the girls team fourth at the Center State Conference II Championships at West Canada Valley on Wednesday.
Host West Canada Valley won the boys team title with 206 points and Dolgeville was second with 138 points. Little Falls (76 points) was third, Herkimer (71) was fourth and Frankfort-Schuyler (17) was fifth.
West Canada Valley also won the girls team title with 234 points, Herkimer (102 points) was second and Frankfort-Schuyler (73) was third. Dolgeville was fourth with 67 points.
In the boys meet,
Jacob Null won the 100-meter dash for the Blue Devils with a time of 12.12 seconds, while Tyler Scheurman (12.99) was sixth.
Scheurman also was fifth in the 400 meters with a time of 58.32 seconds.
In the 3,200 meters, Dolgeville claimed the top two spots as Jesse Bolster was first with a time of 11:15.51 and Dustin Benoit was second with a time of 11:17.02.
In the 800 meters, Cameron Jackson (2:18.07) was third for Dolgeville and Bolster (2:22.30) was fourth.
Jackson also was second in the 1,600 meters with a time of 4;59.09, while Benoit (5:09.41) was fourth.
Owen Davies (18.07 seconds) was third in the 110-meter hurdles and Chyle Grossman (19.52) was fourth.
Jesse Dykeman and Davies tied for second in the high jump for the Blue Devils with a a height of 5-0, while Bolster (4-10) was fifth.
Grossman also placed third in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 1:06.15, while Andrew Doolittle (1:09.13) was fifth.
Grossman also was fourth in the triple jump with a leap of 37-9.
Philip Keeler (26.40 seconds) was fourth in the 200-meter dash.
In the long jump, Null (19-0) was third, Davies (18-1 1/2) and Owen Castor (17-0) was fifth.
Daniel Lamphere (38-7) was third in the shot put and sixth in the discus with a throw of 103-6.
Dolgeville was second in the 400 relay with a time of 47.18 seconds, second in the 1,600 relay with a time of 4:03.01 and second in the 3,200 relay with a time of 9:04.77.
In the girls meet, Dolgeville won the 400 relay as the team of Kyla Jaquay, Emma Bilinski, Alexis Smith and Rylee Lamphere posted a time of 55.02 seconds.
Smith won the long jump for Dolgeville with a leap of 15-4 3/4, while Ryanne Williams won the triple jump with a leap of 32-3 1/4.
Smith was fourth in the 100-meter dash for Dolgeville with a time of 14.34 seconds, while Jaquay was sixth with a time of 14.61 seconds.
Smith also was third in the 200 meters with a time of 29.57 seconds.
April Bolster was fourth in the 3,000 meters with a time of 14:27.79, while Leah Zilkowski (21.05 seconds) was fourth in the 100-meter hurdles.
Nicole Congdon was sixth in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 1:25.04, while Ashlynne Seeley was fifth in the 400 meters with a time of 1:11.23.
Abigail Brent was sixth in the shot put with a throw of 25-0, while Abigail Brent (77-8) was fifth in the discus.
Dolgeville was third in the 1,600 relay with a time of 5:16.37 and third in the 3,200 relay with a time of 13:52.84.