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May 15, 2014

Coop girls strong at Yellowjacket

CV-S boys win Hysack Invitational

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Pole vault: 1, Lakshmi Kesari (BP) 8-0.10.

Pentathlon: 1, Joslin Null (Dolgeville) 1,938 points; 5, Hannah Lamouret (CVS) 1,334.

Athletes of the Meet: Heather Curtain (MM); Jordyn Logan (Canajoharie).

Track Athletes of the Meet: Jordyn Deneuville (BP); Joslyn Null (Dolgeville).

Field Athlete of the Meet: Anna Smith (BP).

At Delhi

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Noah Russo led Cherry Valley-Springfield’s boys and Abby Hall paced Delhi’s girls to team titles Wednesday night in the Harbaugh Invitational at Delhi.

Russo, who joined Unatego’s Austin Ryan and Unadilla Valley’s Dylan Thomsen as MVPs on the boys side, won the 100 meters, the 200 and helped the Patriots’ 400 relay to victory.

The Patriots finished with 131 points. Runner-up Unatego had 83 and Edmeston was third in the 13-team meet.

Russo won the 100 in 11.78, the 200 in 24.28 and joined Ben Drugatz, Nick Mills and Kurt Pressly on the 400 relay that crossed in 47.23.

CV-S also received a victory from Dustin Collins in the triple jump (41 feet, 8 ¼ inches), Hunter Cox in the pole vault (8-6) and from its 3,200 relay team that finished in 9:33.45.

Ryan won the 110 hurdles in 16.46 and the 400 hurdles in 1:00.70. He also combined with Jasper Humpries, Brett Humphries and Cody Manzanero to win the 400 relay in 3:43.0.

Thomsen placed first in the 1,600 (4:35.0) and the 3,200 (10:26.4).

Brett Humphries in the high jump (6-0); Edmeston’s Eli Madison in the shot put (42-4); Deposit’s David Schaeffer in the long jump (18-11); and Edmeston’s John Davis in the discus (132-5)

For the girls, Hall won the discus (86-1) and the shot put (30-7 ¼) to help the Bulldogs to 79 points – 14 better than runner-up Unadilla Valley. Milford was third with 52.

Delhi also received a victory from Amelie Legg, who cleared 8-2 in the pole vault.

Windham’s Mattie Seamans and UV’s Julia Oglesby shared MVP honors.

Seamans broke the meet record in the 800, crossing in 2:24.1, besting the old record of 2:24.2 set by Unatego’s Laura Campbell in 1998. She also won the long jump with a distance of 15-5 and the triple jump, covering 32-5 ½..

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