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Track Teams Cruise vs. Ross

May 3, 2018

Photos courtesy of Angela Leung

Yesterday afternoon the track teams earned decisive victories over the Ross School on an unseasonably warm day that saw feel temperatures rise to 88-degrees. The girls topped the Cosmos, 117-24, while the boys cruised by their east end foes, 94.5-35.5.

The girls swept eight events and won all three relays. Multiple winners included Hannah Detwiler (100m & 200m), Sarah Wong (400m & 800m), Niamh Scanlon (400m hurdles & high jump), Miranda Harrigan (1500m & 3000m), and Francine Leung (long jump & triple jump).

The boys swept five events and took two of the three relays to complete a dominant day on the track for the Bears. Multiple winners included Colin Scanlon (110m hurdles, 200m & long jump) and Pavel Portnoy (1600m & 3200m).

Both teams are back in action next Tuesday in their final dual meet of the season vs. Greenport.

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Girls’ Results

100m

  • 1st: Hannah Detwiler – 14.2
  • 2nd: Diana Barbacena – 14.4

100m Hurdles

  • 1st: Diana Barbacena – 21.2
  • 3rd: Anya Caraiani – 22.0

200m

  • 1st: Hannah Detwiler – 30.5
  • 2nd: Caroline Maglione – 30.9
  • 3rd: Oluchi Chukwuemeka – 35.3

400m

  • 1st: Sarah Wong – 1:11.3
  • 2nd: Niamh Scanlon – 1:12.8
  • 3rd: Chimelu Ani – 1:16.5

400m Hurdles

  • 1st: Niamh Scanlon – 1:21.8
  • 2nd: Vivien Mimura – 1:23.2
  • 3rd: Lilly Keegan – 1:27.0

800m

  • 1st: Sarah Wong – 2:50.9
  • 2nd: Vivien Mimura – 2:52
  • 3rd: Sophia DiLavore – 3:11

1500m

  • 1st: Miranda Harrigan – 5:42
  • 2nd: Sophia DiLavore – 6:19
  • 3rd: Anne-Sarah Nichitiu – 6:51

1500m Walk

  • 1st: Anne-Sarah Nichitiu – 10:35
  • 2nd: McKenzie Kull-Zwillman – 13:07
  • 3rd: Eowyn Jeffrey – 15:12

3000m

  • 1st: Miranda Harrigan – 13:07
  • 2nd: Vivien Mimura – 14:01
  • 3rd: Sophia DiLavore – 15:09

High Jump

  • 1st: Niamh Scanlon – 4′ 4″

Long Jump

  • 1st: Francine Leung – 15′ 7.25″
  • 2nd: Niamh Scanlon – 13′ 5″

Triple Jump

  • 1st: Francine Leung – 29′ 1.25″
  • 2nd: Anya Caraiani – 24′ 6″
  • 3rd: Lilly Keegan – 23′ 4.25″

Discus

  • 2nd: Anya Caraiani – 58′ 4″

4x100m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook – 56.0

4x400m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook

4x800m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook

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Boys’ Results

100m

  • 2nd: Eji Mbanefo – 12.3
  • 3rd: Louis Wang – 12.4

110m Hurdles

  • 1st: Colin Scanlon – 19.0
  • 2nd: William Wang – 20.7

200m

  • 1st Colin Scanlon – 24.4
  • 2nd: Louis Wang – 24.6

400m

  • 1st: Chris Zhang – 58.2
  • 2nd: Josh Lin – 60.3
  • 3rd: Harrison Dubroff – 61.4

400m Hurdles

  • 1st: Harrison Plhak – 1:03.6
  • 2nd: Riley Corcoran – 1:07.0

800m

  • 1st: Riley Corcoran – 2:18.2
  • 2nd: Harrison Plhak – 2:19.1
  • 3rd: Pieter van Zeijts – 2:30.0

1600m

  • 1st: Pavel Portnoy – 5:30.3
  • 3rd: Aidan Harrigan – 5:44.2

3200m

  • 1st: Pavel Portnoy – 12:11
  • 2nd: Aidan Harrigan – 12:48
  • 3rd: Tiger Wang – 13:17

High Jump

  • 2nd: Colin Scanlon – 5′ 3″
  • 3rd (tie): Riley Corcoran – 4′ 9″

Long Jump

  • 1st: Colin Scanlon – 17′ 3.25″
  • 2nd: William Wang – 16′ 11.25″
  • 3rd: Mo Romeus – 15′ 10.25″

Triple Jump

  • 1st: Steve Zhou – 33′ 7.25″
  • 2nd: William Wang – 33′ 3.75″
  • 3rd: Christian Cataudella – 29′ 7.5″

Discus

  • 3rd: Anthony Minyard – 69′ 3″

Shot Put

  • 3rd: Tona Adesina – 32′ 6″

4x400m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook – 4:02.7

4x800m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook – 11:30.0

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