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2016-17 Indoor Track: Schedule  Runner I.D. #'s: Boys & Girls    Twitter: @section2harrier
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Indoor League Meets: #2A, #2B, #2C, #2D, #2E, #2F

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NXN National Championships - Results

Clifton Park (Shenendehowa) girls place 14th

Saratoga's Kelsey Chmiel places 5th and Guilderland's Noah Carey places 40th

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Indoor League Meets: #1A, #1B, #1C, #1D, #1E, #1F

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Nike Cross County New York Regionals - Results

Shenendehowa girls finish 2nd and qualify for NXN Nationals next week

Guilderland's Noah Carey and Saratoga's Kelsey Chmiel qualify for NXN Nationals as individuals

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2016-17 Section 2 Indoor Schedule - Schedule

Sectional dates will available soon

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Federation Championships - Results from Leonetiming

Guilderland's Noah Carey and Saratoga's Kelsey Chmiel take individual championships

Section 2 runners sweep individual titles, first time since 1996.

Girls: Saratoga's Kelsey Chmiel took the lead early and never let go to win the Federation title in 18:10.2, beating North Rockland's Katelyn Tuohy for the second week in a row , this time by 11 seconds. Section 2 teams took the 2-3-4 spots led by Shenendehowa in 2nd place with 125 pts, with Saratoga in 3rd (153 pts.), and Niskayuna in 4th place (186 pts.). Guilderland (8th,273 pts) and Colonie (14th,342 pts) also placed for Section 2 Shenendehowa was led by top ten finishes by Hannah Reale (7th,18:49.3) and Julia Zachgo (8th,18:58.6). Niskayuna was led by Abigail Spiers (11th,19:06.9). North Rockland took the team title with 75 points.

Boys: Guilderland's Noah Carey takes the individual title in 16:06.0, six seconds ahead of Davone Hernandez on Rome Free Academy to become the second Guilderland runner to win a Federation title (Brian Rhodes-Devey in 2005). Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake was just edged out for the team title scoring 154 points, nine points behind Watkins Glen. Burnt Hills was led by Evan Brennan (14th,16:35.4) and Tyler Berg (21st,16:44.). Guilderland placed 9th with 282 points. with Carey and Noah Tindale (23rd,16:49,4) leading the team. Shenendehowa (14th,307 pts.) and Niskayuna (18th,402 pts.) also represented Section 2.

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Saratoga State Park All Time Lists - Updated

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New York State Championships -Results from Leonetiming

 

Burnt Hills boys and Greenwich girls take team titles

Saratoga's Kelsey Chmiel wins Class A individual title

-Class AA Girls: Saratoga's Kelsey Chmiel takes the Individual championship over a tough field by distancing herself and blowing away the field by beating North Rockland's Katelyn Tuohy by 19 seconds in 17:17.5 Chmiel becomes Saratoga's first individual state champion since Hannah Davidson in 2007. Shenendehowa's Julia Zachgo (15th,18:32.6) and Hannah Reale (17th,18:33.7), and Niskayuna's Abigail Spiers (19th,18:39.6) placed in the top 20. Saratoga places 3rd with 93 points, behind champions Fayetteville-Manlius (35 pts,) and North Rockland (65 pts.).

-Class B Girls: Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake places 4th with 102 pts., Shoreham-Wading River wins the title with 51 pts. behind the individual championships by Catherine Lee, winning in 17:53.7, 30 seconds ahead of Olivia Elston of Goshen. Eva Scott of Burnt Hills was the top section 2 runner placing in 5th place (18:36.0). Regina Rosati (8th,18:50.6) of South Glens Falls and Rory Graham (10th,18:58.5) also place in the top 10.

-Class C Girls: Cobleskill-Richmondville places 9th with 223 points with Newfane taking the title with 75 points. Greenville's Olivia Baumann was the top Section 2 runner placing 9th in 19:38.3. Schuylerville's Ashley Watson (17th,19:51.8) also medaled. Livonia's Hayleigh Palotti wins the individual title in 18:29.4, eighteen seconds ahead of Wheatley's Brianna O'Brien.

-Class D Girls: Greenwich puts three in the top 20 to repeat as State Champions, edging out Maple Grove by six points, 51-57. The Witches were led by a runner-up finish by Brynne Wright, finishing in 18:39.6, nine seconds behind champion Brooke Rauber of Tully. Greenwich also got top 20 finishes by Emma Cronin (13th,19:34.7) and Annabel Gregg (19th,19:53.0). Section 2 also won the Section title with 226 points. Maple Hill's Monica Strain (4th,19:15.5), Mayfield's Madison Relyea (6th,19:16.7), and Duanesburg's Elaine Atanasova (16th,19:44.3) all placed in the top 20 and medaled to help Section 2 to the title.

-Class A Boys: Saratoga places 4th with 86 points with Cornwall winning the state title with 59 points. Saratoga was led by a 15th place by Delcan Hines in 15:54.4 and Shea Weilbaker (20th,16:05.4). Guilderland's Noah Carey was the top Section 2 runner finishing in 3rd place in 15:30.7, three seconds behind individual champion Ty Brownlow of Liverpool (15:27.5).

-Class B Boys: Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake put three in the top 15 to win their 6th boys state championship overall and first since 2009 by beating out three time champions Pittsford-Mendon 53-91. Burnt Hills was led by a 6th place finish by Evan Brennan, finishing in 16:11.6. Tyler Berg (14th,16:19.0) and Aidan Gillooley (15th,16:20.9) also paced the Spartans. Chris Hughes of Glens Falls places 3rd to lead Section 2 to the Sectional title. Hughes finished in 16:00.8, thirty seconds behind Pittsford-Mendon's Nathan Lawler.

Class C Boys: Albany Academy places 4th with 123 points, Alex Foyt led the team placing 22nd overall (16:51.9). Watkins Glen takes the team title with an impressive 21 points. Corinth's Joel Graska places 7th in 16:33.1 and was the top Section 2 runner. Briarcliff's Ryan Gallagher takes the individual title in 15:40.7.

Class D Boys: North Warren/Johnsburg places 7th with 169 points with Maple Grove winning the team title in 58 points. North Warren/Johnsburg was led by individual medalist Brandon Olden who placed in 16th in 17:00.8. Greenwich's Colin Beasor was the top section 2 runner finishing in 8th place in 16:32.9. Norwood-Norfolk's Kyle Fulk wins the individual state title in 16:01.4, twelve seconds ahead of Sauquoit Valley's Dylan Canarelli (a reversal of the Fort Plain Invy, earlier this season).

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2016 Coaches Clinic, November 29th at Oswego - Flyer

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Section 2 Championship - Results

Girls Class C corrected

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Sectional Coach's Info and Starting Boxes

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Sectional Previews: Boys & Girls

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Suburban Council Championships - Results (Varsity and J.V. so far)

Saratoga Springs sweeps team titles

Saratoga's Kelsey Chmiel breaks the All-Time course record at Saratoga State Park, running in 16:41.7

Guilderland's Noah Carey (14:53.2) #5 All-Time at Saratoga State Park

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Harvest Classic - Results

Queensbury sweeps team titles

Sauquoit Valley's Dylan Canarelli and Amsterdam's Olivia Lazarou win individual titles

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Colonial Council Championships - Results

Albany Academy boys and Schalmont girls take home team titles

Schalmont's Francisco Beltran and Emily Pahl win individual titles

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Adirondack League Championship - Results

North Warren/Johnsburg boys and Corinth girls win team titles

Corinth's Joe Graska and Lake George's Zoee Nadler win individual titles

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Patroon Conference Championships - Results

Maple Hill sweeps team titles

Greenville's Cormac Tolan and Maple Hill's Monica Strain win individual titles

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Western Athletic Conference Championships - Results

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons boys and Duanesburg girls take home team titles

Jonah Allard of Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons and Mayfield's Madison Relyea win individual titles

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Wasaren League Championships - Results

Berlin boys and Greenwich girls win team titles

Greenwich's Colin Beasor and Brynne Wright win individual titles

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Foothills Council Championships - Results

Glens Falls boys and Queensbury girls win team titles

Chris Hughes (GF) and Regina Rosati (SGF) win individual titles

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Rensselaer County Meet - Results

Columbia boys and Hoosic Valley girls win team titles

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Albany County Meet - Results

Guilderland sweeps titles

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Greenwich Invitational - Results

Schalmont sweep team titles

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10/18 Dual Meets - Results

send all results to section2harrier@yahoo.com

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Burnt Hills Invitational - Results

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Sectional Info and Race Times - Here

Also link to pre-order Sectional t-shirts

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10/11 Dual Meet - Results

League Standings are up to date with all of the results that I have (except Wasaren, that's a mess)

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Manhattan Invitational - Section 2 recap

some races are still missing

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Tartan Invitational - Results

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Glover Invitational - Results

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Manhattan Invitational - Live Results

seems like they are currently not live updating like previous years

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October 4th & 5th - Dual Meets

Patroon Super Dual meet added

if you don't see your meet, please email results to section2harrier@yahoo.com

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John Killian "K-Dawg" Invitational - Results

-Guilderland only places one in the top ten but had the better depth to win the boys team title over Scotia-Glenville 63-99. Guilderland, running without Noah Carey and Noah Tindale, were led by a 5th place finish by Andrew Horan (15:55.8) followed by Angus Cropley (12th,16:32.0), Arthur Horan (14th,16:37.4), and Anthony Cusato (15th,16:45.2) all finishing in the top 15. Scotia-Glenville was led by a top ten finish from Jacob Greski (6th,15:58.9). Schalmont's Francisco Beltran won the individual title in 15:28.9, 7 seconds ahead of Corinth's Joel Graska.

-Schalmont places two in the top ten to edgee out Guilderland for the girls team title 63-66, with Saranac a close third with 68 points. Schalmont was led by a 4-5 finish from Kerry Flower (18:32.9) and Emily Pahl (18:55.7), with Mya June (11th,19:27.1), just missing the top ten. Guilderland who were running without their top runners received top ten finishes from Alexandria Vellekoop (9th,19:15.6) and Margot Tanner (10th,19:20.1). Regina Rosati, from the host team South Glens Falls, won the individual title in 17:57.1, 19 seconds ahead of Saranac's Rachael Woodruff.

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Grout Invitational - Results

Girls: North Rockland's Katelyn Touhy broke the overall course record in leading her team to the Division 1 team title over West Seneca West 25-65. Touhy finished the 2.75 mile course in 14:37.5 breaking the previous record of 15:06 by Lauren Cummings of Bayshore and also breaking the old course of 14:45 set by Chris Curtin. North Rockland also took the 2nd and 3rd places with Alex Harris (15:15.6) and Haleigh Morales (15:43.5).

-Colonie took four of the top seven to repeaat as Division II team titlist over Bayshore 29-39. Colonie was led by individual champion Kathryn Tenney, who took the title in 15:48.0, 14 seconds ahead of runner up Bridget Kanaley of Bayshore. Colonie also got top ten finishes from Amanda Chambers (3rd,16:23.6), Marilyn O'Brien (6th,16:34.0), and Sophia Bisognano (7th,16:41.7).

-Duanesburg places two in the top ten and usse their back end depth to win the Division "C" team title over Broadalbin-Perth 66-120.Duanesburg was led by a runner up finish by Elaine Atanasova , who finished in 16:37.8, just outkicked by Sonya Krezmien of Springville. Duanesburg also got a 6th place finish from Jen Skeeter (17:25.5). Broadalbin-Perth received top ten finishes from Celine Onzo (5th,17:17.8) and Gabrielle Larsen (8th,17:54.4).

Boys: Queensbury takes the top three spots and four in the top ten to easily win the Division I team title over West Seneca West 27-67. The Spartans were led by individual champion Kevin Bouyea, who finished in 13:58.8, followed by teammates Nino Manzella in 2nd in 14:19.6, and Cody Metcalfe in 3rd in 14:25.5. C.B.A's Mike Flowers was 4th in 14:35.7.

-Washingtonville put four in the top eight tto win the Division II team title over Glens Falls 34-82. The Wizards were led by Thomas Quinn's runner up finish, completing the course in 13:58.9. Washingtonville also got top ten finishes from Paul Catalano (5th,14:16.7), Thomas Garrison (7th,14:16.7), and Liam Gildea (8th,14:33.5). Chris Hughes led Glens Falls taking home the individual title, finishing with the fastest time of the day in 13:33.5, 25 seconds ahead of Quinn. Troy's Finnian Jacobson-Shulte (14:06.0) and Schenectady's Maazin Ahmed (14:14.0) took the 3rd and 4th spots respectively.

- Brandon Olden places in 4th place overall to lead his North Warren to the Division "C' in a crazy team race, edging out Berlin by three points 143-146. Olden finished in 4th with a time of 14:52.1 with Matthew Brown (18th,15:22.9) also placing in the top 20 for North Warren. Berlin was led by a runner up finish by Nick Styer (14:40.5) and a top ten finish by Ryan Gosse (10th,15:14.1). Duanesburg's Brendon VanVlack wins the individual title in 14:30.2, 10 seconds ahead of Styer.

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McQuaid Invitational - Results

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League Standings are up to date with all of the results that I have

Results from a couple of leagues are severely lacking, please check your league and email me with any changes or additions

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September 27th - Dual Meets

updated with all of the results that have been emailed to me

if you don't see your meet, please email results to section2harrier@yahoo.com

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Section 2 Out of Section Invy - 9/24 Review

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Galway Invitational  - Results

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Ballston Spa Invitational - Results

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September 20th Dual Meet - Results

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Fort Plain Invitational - Results

 

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Queensbury Invitational - Results

 

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September 13th & 14th - Dual Meets

League standings are up to date with all of the results that I have

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Blackbird Invitational - Results

Glens Falls placed three in the top ten to win the Division 1 boys team title over Schalmont 39-72. Glens Falls was led by individual champion Chris Hughes with Cameron Giordano (7th,18:24) and Ethan Wyman (9th,18:37) placing in the top ten. Sam Hogan (11th,18:52) and Noah Britton (12th,19:05) were just outside the top ten and completed their scoring. Schalmont was led by top ten finishes by Francisco Beltran (2nd,17:05), Antonio Beltran (4th,17:49), and Easton Reagan (9th,18:37). Hughes defended his individual title finishing in 16:59, six seconds ahead of Beltran...Albany Academy took the top three spots to easily win the boys Division 2 title over Voorheesville 27-112. The Cadets' top three were individual winner Max Tulchinsky (17:32), Alex Foyt (2nd,17:33), and Marcus O'Leary (3rd,17:37). Ahmed Lachgar (7th,18:46) also placed in the top ten for Academy. Voorheesville got top ten finished from Evan Ensslin (5th,18:13) and Matt Tipton (6th,18:14).

Schalmont put three in the top five to beat out Mohonasen for the girls Division 1 title 30-52. Schalmont was led by a 23 finish by Emily Pahl (20:54) and Kerry Flower (21:04) and a 5th place finish from Mya June (21:26). Caitlin Buzas (7th,21:34) also placed in the top ten for the Sabres. Mohonasen was led by top ten finishes by Emma Sinisgalli (4th,21:15), Anna Sherman (8th,21:35), and Jourdyn Nicholson (10th,22:37), Albany High's Eileen Bequette won the individual title in 20:44, 10 seconds ahead of Pahl...Mechanicville had two in the top 15 to beat out host Voorheesville in a deep race 72-79. Mechanicville was led by 8th grader Danielle Rubino (7th:22:46) and Eleni Northrup (11th,23:37) placing in the top fifteen. Samantha Simmons (18th,24:10) also placed in the top 20. Voorheesville got top fifteen places from Robin Wakeley (4th,22:16) and Sydney Wilson (12th,23:44). Mayfield's Madison Relyea took her second invitational in a row after winning Fonda last week finishing in 21:48, 15 seconds ahead of Carolyn Burnell of Hoosic Valley.

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Guilderland Invitational - Results

-Burnt Hills placed three in the top ten andd beat out Shenendehowa for the boys large school title 48-55. The Spartans took the seventh through ninth spots with sophomores Aidan Gillooley (7th,15:53.4), Tyler Berg (8th,15:54.5), and Evan Brennan (9th,15:55.2) leading the way. Nick Hunziker (12th,16:13.6) and Michael Bashant (17th,16:16:24.7) finished their top ten. Shenendehowa had top five finishes from Alexander Hislop (3rd,15:44.9) and Gregory Langone (4th,15:45.7). The Noah and Noah show took the top two places for Guilderland, leading their team to a third place showing. Noah Carey defended his title in 14:58.4, 23 seconds ahead of Noah Tindale (15:21.5)...Thousand Islands of Canada only placed two in the top ten but showed great depth to win the small school team title over Hadley-Luzerne 28-55. The Pirates were led by a runner up finish by Carter Rafuse (16:09.3) and an eighth place finish from Cole Lidlow (17:00.8). Hadley-Luzerne was led by a fifth place finish from Andrew Foley (17:12.5). Jonah Allard of Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons won his second individual title in three years winning in 16:00.6, nine seconds ahead of Rafuse.

-Guilderland packed their top five in the toop eleven to beat out Burnt Hills for the girls large school team title 39-51. Guilderland was led by a third place finish by Olivia Fanshawe (18:25.1) followed by a seventh-eighth finish by Hannah Gallagher (18:48.0) and Tara Pede (19:00.5). Erin Miceli (10th,19:17.5) and Alexa Thompson (11th,19:38.6) finished their scoring. Burnt Hills was led by a one-two finish from Eva Scott and Rory Graham. Scott finished in 17:56.9, twenty-three seconds ahead of Graham (18:19.6)...Chatham put three runners in the top five to beat out Duanesburg for the girls small school team title 40-52. Chatham was led by a two-three finish from Danielle Wallace (20:04.8) and Hallie Allen (20:16.7). Althea Brennan (5th,20:29.6) also finished in the top five for the Panthers. Duanesburg was led by individual champion Elaine Atanasova and Jen Skeeter (4th,20:23.4). Atanasova finished in 19:08.2, almost a minute ahead of Wallace.

 

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Springstead Invitational - Results

-Niskayuna placed four in the top ten to takke the varsity boys race over defending Vermont State Champions, Champlain Valley. 40-58. Nisky was led by a 4-5 finish by Colin Ross (16:37.3) and Aidan Canavan (16:41.2) with Joseph Quinn (8th,16:46.8) and Marty Dolan (9th,16:47.9) also placing in the top ten. Joe Hale (14th,17:12.9) completed their top 10 giving the Silver Warriors a nice 35 second spread. Champlain Valley were led by top ten finishes from individual champion Tyler Marshall and Calvin McClellan (7th,16:45.8). Marshall, the defending Vermont State Champion, won with a time of 15:53.0, 19 seconds ahead of runner up Ethan Carey of Queensbury (16:12.5).

-Colonie takes the second through fourth spoots to hold off the defending Vermont State Champions, Champlain Valley 47-49. Colonie was led by Kathryn Tenney (2nd,19:09.1), Marilyn O'Brien (3rd,19:26.5), and Amanda Chambers (4th,19:28.8). Champlain Valley had top ten finishes by individual champion Sophia Gorman and Ella Whitman (9th,19:55.9). Gorman, like Marshall, the returning Vermont State Champion, finished in 18:58.9, eleven seconds ahead of Tenney.

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9/6 & 9/7 Dual Meet - results

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Suburban Council - League Preview

 

Every other league still has time to get their previews in (hint, hint)

Next up: Sectional preview

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Information to help out the Bunn St. fire victims - Here

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After one week I have gotten previews from 28%of teams. Please help!!!

Coaches and athletes, please fill out a Team Preview Sheet and email me at secton2harrier@yahoo.com ASAP!!!

 

Team Checklist (updated 9/5, Suburban Council up late tonight)

Has someone sent one from your team? (if you're in the Wasaren League then the answer is "definitely not!")

 

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Niskayuna Ekiden - Results

 

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Fonda-Fultonville Invitational - Results

     First meets of the season kick off today with the Fonda-Fultonville Invitational held at Fonda-Fultonville C.S.. In the Varsity boys race. Burnt Hills swept the top seven spots. Their top five runners, Nick Hunziker, Tyler Berg, David Metacarpa, Evan Brennan, and Aidan Gillooley all crossed the line at the same time, with Hunziker given the win, finishing in 16:52.3 on the 3.04 mile course. Michael Bashant (6th, 17:19.2) and Luke Gobel (7th, 17:37.5) completed the sweep for the Spartans. Gloversville sophomore Skyler Reed (8th,18:15.0), Johnstown senior Brandon Mraz ((9h,18:31.1), and Mayfield senior, Josh Feebie (10th,18:38.4) completed the top ten.

     On the girls side, Mayfield 8th grader took home the individual championship, winning the race in 21:17.6, thirty-two seconds ahead of runner up Jiliana Geniti of Scotia-Glenville (21:49.5). Mechanicville had three runners in the top the with 8th grader Danielle Rubino (3rd,21:55.9), Jenna Munfer (7th,22:42.6), and Eleni Northrup (8th,23:14.1). Johnstown also had three in the top ten with Alylene Newman (5th,22:29.0), Julia Sarullo (6th,22:34.7), and Julia Preston (9th,23:19.2).

 

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Need help for Sectional and League Previews!

     I'm looking for everyone's help this season with my Sectional and league previews. Please take a few minutes to fill out a team preview sheet for your team. Last year's previews weren't that good because I only got previews from about 35% of the teams. Please check out the rosters that I will be using if I don't get any input and email me back a preview sheet or just a predicted roster at section2harrier@yahoo.com so we can make these the most accurate previews we can have.

 

League Preview Sheet

 

Boys Returning Lineups & Girls Returning Lineups

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2016 Section 2 Cross Country Invitational Schedule & Classifications

Last Updated: 8/25

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