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C-NS track stops B’ville, cleans up at meets

Boys Northstars win team honors at Arcaro Relays

Broughton, Avery Yarn, Steve Mirizio and Shawn Webb won the 4x200 relay in 1:35.68, and that group, with Neil Gill taking Mirizio’s place, went on to claim the sprint medley relay in 3:45.09, while Jalen Jenkins helped Webb, Mirizio and Broughton beat the field in the 4x100 in 45.35 seconds. Jenkins, Yarn, Mirzio and Broughton for second in the 1,000 sprint medley (2:07.21)

The quartet of Anthony Lupia, Bryan Bausinger, Colin Greenseich and Brian Traub won the mile relay with four times adding up to 19:28.02.

Castaldo, winning the individual shot put with 45’9”, and Nick Golembieski went 85’1 ½” between them to win that event, with Castaldo and Logen Lickfield second in the discus. They even had a 4x100 relay for throwers as Castaldo, Golembieski, Lickfield and Ross Mathewson got a time of 51.53 seconds, just behind B’ville (51.45 seconds) at the wire.

Dan Guino and Nick Antonello got second place in the high jump, clearing 10’6” between them, with Jenkins and Trayvon Wynn second in the triple jump. C-NS also was third in the 4x400 relay, 2,800 distance medley, pole vault, long jump and distance medley as Chris Hannan and Seth Steele were fourth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.

A day later, during the Marcellus-Skaneateles Girls Invitational, Nicole Herringshaw won the high jump, clearing 5 feet 3 inches to beat the field by two inches.

Theresa Brown followed up in the pole vault by clearing 8 feet 6 inches to win that event. Destiny Monica, in the shot put, prevailed by heaving it 34’3” as no one else even reached 32 feet. She also was sixth in the discus as Szumloz (33’3”) and Javielle Fanizzi (33’1 ½”) were second and third, respectively, in the triple jump.

Jade Jenkins was second in the long jump (15’11”) and third in the 100 hurdles in 17.20 seconds, with Cheyanna Colin third in 17.53 seconds. Jenkins, teaming with Szumloz, Fanizzi and Olivia King, rose up to second in the 4x100 relay in 52.89 seconds, just behind Mexico (52.50 seconds) at the wire.

Halstead, in 2:28.10, got to fourth place in the 800. Maria LaMontagne was fourth in the 1,500-meter run (5:05.09), while Nicole Watterud took fourth in the 2,000-meter steeplechase (7:52.93) and Jilliann Norris was fourth (11:36.44) in the 3,000, ahead of Savannah Stevens in sixth place. Madison Kolakowski was sixth in the 400 hurdles as Fanizzi got seventh in the 200 and eighth in the 100.

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