NYSPHSAA/NYS Federation Championships (NY) Results

National leader Monique Hardy (Webster Thomas, Webster, NY) easily captured the New York state title on Saturday in a stacked girl’s competition. Three of the nation’s top five were competing and three girls broke 55 feet in the competition. Some big personal bests highlighted the boy’s competition. Nick Pisciotta (Commack, NY) hit 75 feet for the first time to win, and Jayden DuBard (Cheektowaga, NY) added more than four feet to his best for silver. Read more

OATCCC Indoor State Championship (OH) Results

Senior Henry Zimmerman (New Albany, OH) added nearly four feet to his personal best and challenged the state meet record en route to dominating the Ohio State Championships on Saturday. Zimmerman won the Division I competition by nearly ten feet, while Emma Kowalski (Hilliard Darby, Hilliard, OH) improved her best to win the girl’s title. The Division II/III competition also had some fine results, with Ella Rige (Leipsic, OH) and Tyler Arbaugh (Van Buren, OH) coming out on top. Read more

Weightarama 2020 (RI) Results

Rhode Island state leaders Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) and Kyle Moison (Lincoln, RI) both took home another win at this year’s Weightarama meet on Tuesday. Moison and Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI) also made their season debut with the heavier 35-pound weight and notched big improvements compared to the 2019 season. Coles came out on top with a mark that now ranks him second in the nation with the implement. Read more

New England Weight Throw Championships (RI) Results

Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI) and Kyle Moison (Lincoln, RI) continued their back-and-forth battle at the New England Weight Throw Championships on Wednesday. Moison took home the win with a personal best at the Rhode Island State Championships earlier this month and led through the start of the competition on Wednesday as well. But a final round improvement by Coles secured the win and came within an inch of his personal best. In the girl’s competition Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) broke the 12 year old meet record and came within three inches of her personal best. Read more

UW High School Invitational (WA) Results

National leader Trey Knight (Ridgefield, WA) once again broke 80 feet on Saturday, but it was Jayden White (Everett, WA) who stole the show at Saturday’s UW High School Invitational in Seattle. The senior continues to impress in his first season throwing the weight. He added another three feet to his personal best in the competition. Ava David (Lake Oswego, OR) was close to her personal best in winning the girl’s competition. Read more

Tennessee State Indoor Championships Results

Zoe Vlk (Wilson Central, Lebanon, TN) continued her hot streak over the weekend. Last week she moved up to fifth in the nation with a big improvement. On Saturday she edged out a narrow win to earn the Tennessee indoor state championship. In the boy’s competition Tristan Boatman (Jefferson County, Dandridge, TN) extended his state lead by a foot and a half en route to winning the title. Read more

Michigan Indoor State Championships Results

Eli Winter (Alpena, MI) and Brooke Coulter (Rochester, MI) both took home wins at last weekend’s Michigan Indoor State Championships. Coulter was just off of her personal best, while Winter broke the 11 year old meet record. Read more

Connecticut Weight Throw Championships Results

State leaders Alliya Boothe (Bloomfield, CT) and Mike Campbell (Bloomfield, CT) both walked away with titles at the Connecticut Weight Throw Championships on Sunday. Read more

Rhode Island Indoor State Championships Results

After losing his state lead last week, Kyle Moison (Lincoln, RI) responded with a big win at Saturday’s Rhode Island Indoor State Championships. The senior not only won, but he added more than two feet to his personal best on his final throw and recaptured the state lead. Rival Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI) took a strong second place, leading five throwers over 70 feet. Michelson Salomon (Mt. Pleasant, RI) took bronze, after adding seven feet to his best and breaking the barrier for the first time. Read more

Simplot Games (ID) Results

Last year’s national leader Trey Knight made his season debut on Thursday at the Simplot Games in Idaho. His winning toss of 84’0″ was just under his best from last season and also his best season opener ever. Ben Chappell (Oakdale, CA) also broke 70 feet for the first time for a strong second-place showing. In the girl’s competition Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) made the trip across the country, while Canadian Jinaye Shomachuk (Bert Church, Airdrie, AB) took second. Read more