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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

Millrose Games (NY) Results

After a slow start to the indoor season, Monique Hardy (Webster Thomas, Webster, NY) continued to find her form on Thursday. The senior added nearly four feet to her national lead with a huge toss of 66’11.25″, also moving her up to second all-time in the nation indoors. Her made is just more than a foot off the national indoor record of 68’2.5″ set by Shelby Ashe in 2011. The throw also broke the New York state record set by Jill Shippee in 2017. Read more

New Balance Games (NY) Results

Natalia Surdej (Lancaster, NY) improved her best on her final attempt at this weekend’s New Balance Games at the Armory. Currently ranked third in the nation, she continues to close in on the 60 foot barrier. Collin Burkhart (Nazareth Area, Nazareth, PA) also improved again en route to the boy’s title. Read more

Rock N’ Roll Throw-Off (NY) Results

After a stellar indoor season in 2019, Monique Hardy (Webster Thomas, Webster, NY) got off to a slow start this year. But that changed on Saturday at the Rock N’ Roll Throw-Off, where she hit a new season’s best to claim the national lead. Hometown thrower Natalia Surdej (Lancaster, NY) also had a personal best in second place, while Sean Smith (Webster Thomas, Webster, NY) improved his best to win the boy’s competition. Read more

Millrose Games Trials (NY) Results

National leader Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) made a mid-week trip down to New York to win the Millrose Games Trials competition on Wednesday. New York thrower Nick Pisciotta (Commack, NY) broke 70 feet in the competition to win and also extend his state lead. Read more

Ocean Breeze Freedom Games (NY) Results

Along with 90 competitors across town at the Hispanic Games on Saturday, 84 more throwers competed on Staten Island on Saturday. National leader Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) broke 60 feet again to win the girl’s competition by a dozen feet. John Fay (Bishop Hendricken, Warwick, RI) added more than three feet to his best to easily secure the boy’s win. Read more

Hispanic Games (NY) Results

Noah Belmnahia (Valhalla, NY) hit a personal best in the second round to win the 2020 edition of the Hispanic Games in New York City. Alliya Booth (Bloomfield, CT) won a close girl’s competition. She was just under her personal best, but showed great consistency en route to the victory. Despite winning by little more than a foot, she produced the four top throws of the meet. Read more

Marine Corps Holiday Classic (NY) Results

Nick Pisciotta (Commack, NY) added a quarter inch to his personal best to win the invitational competition at the Marine Corps Holiday Classic. The meet took place over two days with different categories of competition. In the varsity competition Robert Decker (Minisink Valley, Slate Hill, NY) broke 60 feet for the first time to win a close battle. Leah Moore (Hillhouse, New Haven, CT) and Raen Smith (Franklin D. Roosevelt, Hyde Park, NY) racked up wins in the girl’s varsity competitions. Read more

New York Relays Results

Rhode Islanders Jacob Furland (Classical, Providence, RI) and Annika Kelly (Barrington, RI) both headed down to New York this weekend and captured wins at the New York Relays. Read more

USATF Hershey Youth Indoor Championships (NY) Results

Jacob Furland (Classical, Providence, RI) continued his late season hot streak. After winning Weightarama earlier in March, he captured the win at the Hershey USATF Youth Indoor Championship on Saturday. Little more than a foot separated the top three boys and Furland came through with a personal best to jump into the lead and claim the win at 72’03.75″. In the girl’s competition Furland’s teammate Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) easily captured the win by nearly eight feet. Read more