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Scanlon Eyes Federation Medal

June 7, 2019
B Track 2019

Scanlon during his 110 hurdle victory at the PSAA Championships on May 2

This afternoon at 3:50pm, Colin Scanlon will compete in the 400 hurdles at the NYSPHSAA Track & Field Championships, held in Middletown.

The sophomore earned a spot in the meet as a Federation qualifier after earning the automatic bid with his victory in the NYSAIS Championship. His mark of 56.81 not only earned the Bears’ fourth individual track & field state champion in school history, but left him just .01 away from Luke Conti’s 1996 school record.

Scanlon’s seed time slots him at 10th out of 19 entries in Division II, in close proximity to several runners to chase for a top-six medal position. He and Eric Anderson are the only two sophomores in a field of juniors and seniors.

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Division II 400 Hurdle Entries

  1. Cameron Duffield (Saranac) – 54.53
  2. Liam Coulter (Allegany-Lime) – 54.59
  3. Nate Oczkowski (New Hartford) – 54.74
  4. Thomas VanSaders (Tri-Valley) – 55.03
  5. George Mecca (Eden) – 55.33
  6. Marcus Johnson (Canajoharie) – 55.35
  7. Lance Jensen (Candor) – 55.51
  8. Michael Wolfgang (Allegany-Lime) – 56.27
  9. Josh Saha (Hackley) – 56.65
  10. Colin Scanlon (Stony Brook) – 56.81
  11. Thomas O’Connel (Hampton Bays) – 57.04
  12. Morgan Condon (Walton) – 57.07
  13. Owen Rodriguez (Sherburne) – 57.11
  14. Matt Tierney (Tri-Valley) – 57.49
  15. Andrew Ferguson (Canajoharie) – 57.71
  16. Liam Ryan (Geneva) – 57.79
  17. Eric Anderson (West Hempstead) – 58.45
  18. Seamus Watters (Bronxville) – 59.14
  19. Joshua Jennings (Bishop Louglin) – 60.08

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NYSPHSAA Track

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