C-NS, Liverpool girls indoor track both win at Oscar Jensen Relay – Eagle News Online


SYRACUSE – It turned out to be a clean sweep for the Cicero-North of Syracuse indoor track and field teams during Sunday’s morning session of the Oscar B. Jensen Memorial Relays at SRC Arena, and Liverpool would also win later that day.

Going into first, C-NS had 105 points on the girls side, easily ahead of second-place Cazenovia (62), while with 74 points, the Northstars boys edged out runner-up Auburn’s total of 59.5 points.
Hannah Boyle clocked one minute, 44.03 seconds in the 600 meters to hold off teammate Sophia Graham’s 1:44.86 while Cameron Sisk (1:48.92) was sixth. Graham added a fourth in the 1,500 meters in 5:27.03.

Also outstanding in the sprints, C-NS had Marissa Doty take charge in the 300 meters, edging Jamesville-DeWitt’s Victoria Payne, 43.85 seconds to 43.89, with Grace Murray third in 44.21.

Katy Harbold was second in the 1,000 meters in 3:15.17, with Elliana Balagh seventh and Allilson Navarra ninth. Marissa Navarra took third with 10:47.08 in the 3,000 meters and Kennedy Jones (12:14.59) was fifth. Jaydin Mackey was third in the 55-meter dash in 7.71 seconds, with Eva Farone eighth.

Jasmine Ayre took second in the long jump at 14 feet 7 ½ inches with Morgan Hayes fourth at 14’3”. Later, Hayes’ triple jump of 33’6 1/2” placed her second as Kalli Congden (30’9”) was seventh. Maria Sanfilippo was fourth in the shot put, lifting it 29’11”.

Pole vaulter Kaleigh Bosimenu cleared 8 feet, the same as Westhill’s Mary Kate Rewakowski, but settled for second place. Ava Schiff took sixth in the shot put with 26’8 1/4”. Aaliyah McDonald was fifth and Sydney D’Addio sixth in the 55 hurdles.

On the C-NS boys side, Jayceon McGrew ran 6.73 seconds to edge Syracuse ITC’s Anderson Rodriguez (6.81) to win the 55 sprint, with Christian Kahrs in 10th.

In a 1-2 effort in the 55 hurdles, Carlton Garnes, in 8.02 seconds, prevailed over Camron Ingram’s 8.44. Garnes was third in the triple jump with 37’8 1/2″ as Lai Mawi (34’9″) was ninth.

Sean Graves ran the 300 in exactly 39 seconds to take second, with Dan Henry fifth in 39.99. Justin Asch finished seventh in the 3,200-meter run. Dante Melfi was fourth in the 600 in 1:32.15.

Ethan Matthews was seventh in the shot put with 38’4”. Henry took sixth and Jackson Petzoldt eighth in the pole vault, with Colt Hiltz sixth in the shot put at 37’1 1/2”. Tyler Graham ran the 1,000 in 2:55.53 to take seventh.

The Liverpool girls took their turn at the top in the afternoon session of the Jensen meet with 94 points to runner-up Baldwinsville’s 77.5, while the boys had 69 points for third place behind B’ville and Marcellus

Addison Ziegler set the tone for the Warriors girls as she won the 1,500 in 5:14.17 as Meghan Moyer was second in 5:25.97 and Addison Miles was sixth. Ziegler was also second in the 600 in 1:47.96 as Moyer was third in the 3,000 in 12:02.08 and Kaitlyn Hotaling fifth in 12:08.20.

Ariyah Racciatti was second in the shot put with 27’5”. Sophia Jarosz went 44.74 seconds in the 300 for second, Layla Pearl Collins cleared 7 feet for second in the pole vault.

Beatrize Gurgol was third in the 55 hurdles in 9.95 seconds and cleared 4’6″ in the high jump for fourth place before finishing fourth in the long jump at 15’1 1/2″ while Jarosz took seventh place.

Alannah Edwards cleared 4’4” to take seventh in the high jump. Kailyn Barth took sixth and Meera Patel ninth in the 1,000. Mikayla Greene was fifth in the 55 dash in 7.83 and Caitlyn Guilfoil (7.89) sixth. Emma Esposito took eighth place in the shot put. Taima Tearney was eighth in the triple jump.

On the boys side, Liverpool’s Ny’Quez Madison had a winning long jump of 21’3″, more than a foot ahead of the field and then won the triple jump at 41’5 3/4″ while Michael Purvis ran the 1,6000 in 4:52.82 to edge Josh Yang’s 4:53.10.

Shawmeer Bradwell ran the 55 sprint in 6.85 seconds to take second place, with Sajan Mishra sixth to match his finish in the 55 hurdles.

Austin Ziegler took third in the 600 in 1:35.33 while Ian Sherlock (1:38.39) was sixth. Davis Farrell was ninth and Purvis fifth in the 1,000 in 2:57.58 while Nathan Auriello was eighth.

Maltrin Ramadani was seventh and Kyle Schmalenberg eighth in the 300 as Nick Cosme threw 38’1” for sixth. Nathan Napiorkowski threw the shot put 36’8 ½’ for fourth place.


Source: C-NS, Liverpool girls indoor track both win at Oscar Jensen Relay – Eagle News Online

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