Eastern States Invitational (NY) Results

Sean Ryan (Babylon, NY) added nine feet to his season’s best and seven feet to his personal best to win the Eastern States Invitational in convincing fasion. Ryan entered the meet with a season’s best only five inches better than Eric Sheng (Syosset, NY), but with a big breakthrough he stood clear from the field. Sheng had to settle for third as Joe Segreto (St. Anthony’s, South Huntington, NY) also added ten feet to his personal best to break 200-feet for the first time. All three boys are coached by Paddy McGrath and Segreto’s personal best marks the 10th athlete coached by McGrath to break 200 feet since the group over the last decade.

Not to be outdone by the boys, Danielle Borriello (Ellenville, NY) improved her season’s best and nearly threw a personal best to win the girl’s competition.

           Eastern States Invitational - 6/1/2014             
         Iona Preparatory School, New Rochelle, NY           
                Event 37  Boys Hammer Throw
    Name                    Year School             Finals
  1 Sean Ryan                    Babylon            218-08
  2 Joe Segreto                  St. Anthony’s      204-09
  3 Eric Sheng                   Syosset            201-10
  4 James Leddy                  St. Anthony’s      173-05
  5 Frankie Hagan                Iona Prep School   161-00
  6 Xavier Tyler                 Iona Prep School   158-11
  7 John Fusaro                  St. Anthony’s      134-02
  8 Jason Wright                 St. Anthony’s      128-04
  9 William Armstrong            St. Anthony’s      108-07
               Event 15  Girls Hammer Throw
    Name                    Year School             Finals
  1 Danielle Borriello           Ellenville         168-07
  2 Olivia Seifert               St. Anthony’s      139-08
  3 Maria Mays                   Rome               135-08
1 reply
  1. John Seto
    John Seto says:

    Paddy McGrath also coaches Danielle. Parents and throwers take note of the results that Paddy gets from the kids he coaches. He has coached kids who have won over 10 national championships, two national records, improvements of 40 feet in less than a year… The many accomplishments over a short few years speak for themselves.


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