Broadalbin-Perth boys second at sectionals
ALBANY — The Broadalbin-Perth boys indoor track and field team placed second Monday at the Section II Division III Championships at the University at Albany,
In the boys meet, Scotia-Glenville won the team title with a total of 130 points. B-P was second with 79 points, Ichabod Crane (72 points) was third, Cobleskill-Richmondville (56) was fourth and Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk (44) was third. Gloversville was sixth with 23 points.
Tino Mancini won the shot put for B-P with a throw of 49-9. He also was third in the weight throw with a throw of 46-3/4.
Jeffrey Shlomovich was second in the pole vault for B-P with a high of 11-6. He also was second in the long jump with a leap of 18-6, while Hunter O’Dell was fourth with a leap of 17-5 1/4.
O’Dell won the triple jump with a leap of 41-9 1/4, while Shlomovich (37-6 1/4) was third.
Zydain Jackson was fourth in the 55-meter dash with a time of 6.98 seconds for the Patriots. He also was third in the 300-meter dash for the Patriots with a time of 39.53 seconds.
Micah Smith (11:09.85) was fifth in the 3,200 meters for B-P. He also was sixth in the high jump with a height of 5-0.
Broadalbin-Perth won the 4 x 200 relay as the team of Dylan Travis, Mancini, O’Dell and Jackson posted a time of 1:42.84.
The team of Connor Couperus, Nicholas Musillo, Jordan Perna and Smith posted a time of 10:14.44 to place fifth in the 4 x 800 relay for the Patriots.
Tyler Sheppie was third in the pole vault for Gloversville with a height of 11-0. He also was third in the long jump (17-11 1/2) and third in the high jump (5-2).
Jaquah McCall (5-0) was fourth in the high jump for the Huskies, while Emran Abba (40.20 seconds) was sixth in the 300 meters.
“We are really happy with our athletes’ end-of-season performances. We had a few personal bests and at least three of our athletes will be competing this Sunday at the state qualifier meet,” Gloversville coach Stephen Wendt said. “To all of our athletes, thank you for such a great season, and good luck to those who will be competing this upcoming outdoor season.”
In the girls meet, Scotia-Glenville claimed the team title with 106 points. Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk (78 points) was second, Albany Academy (64) was third, Ichabod Crane (41) was fourth and Cobleskill-Richmondville (38) was fifth. Broadalbin-Perth was seventh with 26 points and Gloversville was 10th with 15 points.
Ava Tyler was second in the 55-meter hurdles for B-P with a time of 9.40 seconds. She also won the pole vault with a height of 10-0.
Kayde Smith (30-11 1/4) was second in the weight throw for the Lady Patriots.
Rhea Winter was second in the 300 meters for Gloversville with a time of 44.45 seconds. She also was sixth in the 600 meters with a time of 1:52.99.
Macey Salvione was third in the triple jump with a leap of 31-11 1/2.
Section II Division II Championships
ALBANY — The Amsterdam boys placed fifth and the girls finished seventh at the Section II Division II Championships at the University at Albany on Monday.
In the boys meet, Columbia won the team title by a 147.5-69 margin over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake. Albany Academy (68.5 points) was third, Green Tech (43) was fourth and Amsterdam (40) was fifth.
Jacob Gomez won the 600 meters for Amsterdam with a time of 1:29.05. Gomez also won the long jump with a leap of 21-1/4.
James Shatas won the shot put for the Rams with a throw of 40-8 3/4.
Trevor Dzikowicz was fifth in the 1,600 meters for the Rams with a time of 4:49.08, while Connor Marbrey (4:50.81) was fifth.
Amsterdam was sixth in the 4 x 200 relay as the team of Vincenzo Billington, Matthew Stachnik, Chaun’J Ramos and Devon Wilson posted a time of 1:47.34.
In the 4 x 400 relay, the team of Ramos, Marbrey, Dzikowicz and Gomez was third with a time of 3:47.28.
In the girls meet, Mohonasen won the team title with 102 points. Columbia was second with 98 points, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (82 points) was third, South Glens Falls (65) was fourth and Ballston Spa (45) was fifth. Amsterdam was seventh with 29.5 points.
Charli Beekman won the 55-meter dash for Amsterdam with a time of 7.40 seconds. Beekman also was second in the long jump with a leap of 16-3 3/4.
Sydney Szcezpanik was fourth in the shot put with a throw of 29-5 1/4. She also was fourth in the weight throw with a throw of 29-2.
Kayla Sondrup was sixth in the high jump with a leap of 4-8.
Amsterdam was sixth in the 4 x 200 really as the team of Keisha Rose, Skylar Grybos, Beekman and Makayla Brown posted a time of 1:56.04.
The Lady Rams were fifth in the 4 x 400 relay as the team of Ailani Aleman-Rivera, Brown, Grybos and Sondrup finished with a time of 4:33.68.