Weightarama 2021 (RI) Results

Senior Sarah Ortes (Classical, Providence, RI) and Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI) were the winners at this year’s Weightarama. Coles continued his nearly undefeated season while Ortes hit a new personal best for the win.

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Adidas Indoor Nationals (VA) Results

Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI) rebounded from a disappointing finish at Saturday’s Rhode Island State Championships to set a new personal best and capture the win on Sunday at the adidas Indoor Nationals in Virigina. Teammamte Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan (Woonsocket, RI) also set a personal best for second place. In the girl’s competition Natalia Surdej (Lancaster, NY) had several throws over 60 feet to easily win the girl’s competition.

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Rhode Island Indoor State Championships Results

John Fay (Bishop Hendricken, Warwick, RI) was the surprise winner at the Rhode Island Indoor State Championships on Saturday. He added more than three feet to his best in the fourth round to take the lead and never looked back, upsetting national leader Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI), and in the process. State leader Sophia Gallucci (Coventry, RI) led four throwers over 50 feet in the girl’s competition to capture the win.

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RITCA Last Chance Meet (RI) Results

At Friday’s RITCA Last Chance Meet, athletes from across Rhode Island notched improvements. National leaders Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI), and Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan (Woonsocket, RI) both improved their personal bests, while state leader Sophia Gallucci (Coventry, RI) also added an inch to her best.

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Rhode Island Class Championships Results

Throwers from Rhode Island competed across three classes over the weekend. National leader Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI), edging his teammate Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan (Woonsocket, RI) and extending his national lead as well. In the girl’s competition, Sophia Gallucci (Coventry, RI) improved her best by more than three feet to win and take over the state lead.

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Youngstown State High School Meet 3 (OH) Results

A big personal best from Natalia Surdej (Lancaster, NY) led the way at the latest Youngstown State University meet. Surdej entered the competition as the national leader, but she added almost four feet to her best in the competition, moving into the nation’s all-time top 10. After finishing last season less than an inch under 70 feet, Sean Smith (Webster Thomas, Webster, NY) broke 70 feet for the first time to win the boy’s competition.

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Spire Scholastic Showcase (OH) Results

Another week and another national lead for Natalia Surdej (Lancaster, NY). The senior from New York had three throws over her old season best. Her best attempt was her last, measuring over 59 feet. In the boy’s competition Gary Moore (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) added four feet to his best in the boy’s competition to claim a come-from-behind victory and break 70 feet for the first time in his career. Tomas Rimac (Brunswick, OH) posted a personal best for second place in his season debut.

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Ohio Preview Meet (OH) Results

Senior Natalia Surdej (Lancaster, NY) improved her season best to win by more than ten feet at the Spire Institute Ohio Preview Meet on Saturday. With the improved mark, Surdej also takes over the national lead and comes within inches of her best from last season. Sophomore Hayden Valenti (Vermilion, OH) won the boy’s competition.

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Youngstown State High School Meet 2 (OH) Results

Throwers from Connecticut captured wins in Ohio over the weekend. National leader Leah Moore (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) took home a narrow victory on Saturday at the 2nd meet in the Youngstown State High School Meet series. Gary Moore Jr. (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) added a win on the boys side as well.

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U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games (NY) Results

National leader Collin Burkhart (Nazareth Area, Nazareth, PA) took home a close win at the U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games on Saturday. Michael Pinckney (High School For Construction, Ozone Park, NY) nearly hit his personal best to come within three inches of the win, but Burkhart was able to hold on for the win. Girl’s national leader Leah Moore (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) won the girl’s competition by more than ten feet.

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