It's been a strong year for Kaitlyn Chandrika (Mt. Sinai), one of NY's best up-and-coming runners.
Articles with Hannah Davidson
A look at the All-Time Lists ahead of Saturday's action.
The annual Manhattan Invitational is hitting 45 year milestone, and with it comes plenty of history.
Smith runs fast 14.04 HH, DelBene runs 9:10 3200m, Sarah Palmer ties frosh NY State HJ record NEW YORK STARS THIS WEEK Madalayne Smith (Saratoga Springs) 14.04 100m HH Hannah Davidson (Saratoga) 6:46.17 2K Steeple, US#1 Sarah Palmer (Schuylerville) ties the NY State Freshmen High Jump Record at 5-8 Kristin Reese (Carmel) doubles 2:11 800m and 4:51 1600m Colby DelBene (Pawling) 9:10 3200m Troy Faulkner (Curtis) 47.72 400m Dalilah Muhammad (Cardozo) 59.84 Brian McGovern (Mt. St. Michael) 15-07 PV meet record at Loucks Suffern girls 11:59 DMR and 9:16 4x8 at Loucks Pat Dupont (Fairport) 9:13.85 3200m Jeremy Rosado (Grady) 14.43 110 hurdles in season debut Linda Hadfield (NY Mills) sets Section 3 Pole Vault Record with 11'06" winning effort. Aaron Konigsberg (Hackley) sets meet record at Loucks with 183 Javelin throw a week after throwing 199-10 at The Somers Invitational (pictured above) FOR THE FULL WEEKS HIGHLIGHTS, CLICK HERE
Boys & Girls drops 3:40.17 in 4x400 By Christopher Hunt PHILADELPHIA – Roxbury’s Ariann Neutts had been asking her teammates for two weeks. She asked politely. “Can we win Penn Relays please? Please can we win Penn Relays, “ she said. Neutts did her part. She broke Roxbury from fourth place to flailing down the straightaway the led on the third leg of the Championship of America Distance Medley Relay. FULL ARTICLE HERE Photo by www.wingedfootfotos.com
The Chaminade boys and Saratoga Springs girls both won the 4xMile Relay's at the Nike Indoor Nationals in Landover, MD. Kyle Merber (HHH West) and Leah Buletti (Westhampton) won individual titles. Check out the complete list of NY athletes and teams to earn All American Honors. FULL LIST HERE
Reese sets US #2 in 1,000 By Christopher Hunt photos by Derek Alvez Her coach Eric Schwark didn’t just ask her if she felt good. He asked if she felt “dominant.”She said yes. Carmel’s Kristin Reese felt dominant. And she showed it. The cold she struggled with finally dissipated. Reese could breathe now. So Reese didn’t hesitate when she took over the 1,000 meters after two lap and a half laps. Her stride was steady and powerful like the current of a steam of water. This was the Kristin Reese people had been waiting to see all season. It was the Kristin Reese that, well, Kristin Reese has been waiting to see all season. She won the 1,000 at the Molloy Stanner Games in 2 minutes, 53.50 seconds, the 2nd-fastest time in the United States this season. FULL STORY HERE RESULTS FROM STANNER GAMES HOME PAGE
Take a look at some of the NY State Highlights from last weekendSoph star Melissa Kurzdorfer doubles up, winning both the shot and weight throw with impressive marks in both. FULL ARTICLE HERE