Dec 29, 2010 Phil Blackwell Uncategorized
An individual victory engineered by Skaneateles indoor track star Tim Lewis provided the big highlight during Tuesday’s George Constantino Memorial Invitational at SUNY-Cortland.
The Lakers finished eighth in the boys team standings with 18 points. That included Davis, on his own, getting fourth place in the high jump and beating the individual field as he cleared 5 feet 10 inches, four inches better than Corcoran’s Devlen Williams.
From a team standpoint, the best finish came in the 55-meter hurdles, where Sean Cooper was second among individuals (8.25 seconds) and Taylor Weyneth was sixth. Combined, their time of 17.34 seconds was just behind Liverpool (17.25 seconds), who finished in front.
Elsewhere, Weyneth and Carson Schwab cleared 18 feet 6 inches between them to finish fourth in the pole vault. Cooper, Nate Schwab, Dan Wolfanger and Nick Smolenski teamed to finish fifth in the 4×400 relay in 3:58.49.
In the girls edition of the Constantino meet, Skaneateles had just 12 points, but it put them in ninth place as Cicero-North Syracuse, with 71 points, finished in front.
Kelly Dunn and Diane Vitkus cleared 8 feet 8 inches in the high jump, second only to Liverpool (9 feet 2 inches) in that event. Taylor Woodruff and Gianna Campanile claimed fifth place in the long jump, going 27 feet 11 1/2 inches.
Casey Van Slyke, Ellis Van Slyke, Danielle Mazzeo and Megan Dwyer were sixth in the 4×800 in 11:12.18 as Woodruff, Alex Clark, Anna Barnett and Claire Motyl got sixth in the 4×400 in 4:48.24.