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Ocean Breeze Holiday Festival (NY) Results

More results out of New York this weekend at the Ocean Breeze Holiday Festival. Read more

Marine Corps Holiday Classic (NY) Results

After improving her best last week, Monique Hardy (Webster Thomas, Webster, NY) came through with another solid performance on Saturday at the Marine Corps Holiday Classic. Hardy won the meet by more than ten feet and finished the competition with her second best performance ever as well as a meet record. Read more

USATF Youth Outdoor Track & Field Championships (NY) Results

Throwers competed across several age group mid-week at the annual USATF Youth Outdoor Track & Field Championships. This year’s competition took place in New York, with Shannah Mallett (Creekview, Canton, GA) producing the top overall girl’s mark. Despite competing in the younger age group Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI) produced the top boy’s result at the meet. Read more

New York Relays Results

Despite only two valid throws, Jacob Furland (Classical, Providence, RI) captured the win, took over the Rhode Island state lead, and moved to number two in the nation at Friday’s New York Relays. The junior held off a close challenge from Garrett Doyle (Lincoln, RI), who also broke 200 feet in the competition. The girl’s competition was even closer. Sophomore Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) added more than six feet to her to take the win. Teammates Marissa Henley (Woonsocket, RI) and Katrina Kurowski (Woonsocket, RI) both also broke 150 feet and set new personal bests to place second and third respectively. Read more

USATF Hershey Youth Indoor Championship (NY) Results

New Balance Nationals wasn’t the only action taking place in New York this weekend. Down in Staten Island the USATF Hershey age-group championships were held on Saturday. One day before her win at the Armory, Javon Joyner (Norcross, GA) also took home the Hershey win, while Garrett Doyle (Lincoln, RI) won the oldest boy’s division. In the younger 15-16 year old division freshman Natalia Surdej (Lancaster, NY) set a meet record and Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI) threw a personal best to win. Read more

New Balance Nationals Indoors (NY) Championship Results

After the New Balance Nationals Indoor Emerging Elite competition on Friday, the nation’s top names came together to face off in the Championships competition on Sunday, including nine of the top 10 boys in the country and six of the top 10 girls. The podium also showed incredible geographic diversity with states like Oklahoma, Illinois and Washington in amongst the recent weight throwing powerhouses of Georgia, Rhode Island, Ohio, and New York. Read more

New Balance Nationals Indoor (NY) Emerging Elite Results

Action at New Balance Nationals Indoor kicked off on Friday with the Emerging Elite competitions. In the boy’s competition Michael Shoaf (Rocky River, OH) had a back and forth competition with Derek Ferraro (Iona Preparatory, New Rochelle, NY). Shoaf led entering the final round, but a big personal best from Ferraro launched him from third into the lead. Shoaf then responded with his third personal best in the competition on the final throw to recapture the lead and the win. In the girl’s competition, sophomore Jackie Andrews (Lincoln, RI) led from start to finish with a personal best in the first round. Her mark of 50’1.25″ also moves her into the nation’s top 20. Read more

New York Indoor State Championships Results

Over sixty athletes took part in this year’s New York State Indoor Championship on Staten Island this past weekend. After breaking 70 feet for the first time last weekend Michael Gabriel (Greenwich Central, Greenwich, NY) came from behind on his last throw to capture the title. Joseph Benedetto (John S. Burke Catholic, Goshen, NY) had led the competition since round one, but just came up short in the end. Sophomore Monique Hardy (Webster Thomas, Webster, NY) easily captured the girl’s title, with freshman Natalia Surdej (Lancaster, NY) taking second. Read more

Millrose Games (NY) Results

Joseph Benedetto (John S. Burke Catholic, Goshen, NY) added nearly five feet to his personal best on Thursday to take the come from behind win at this year’s Millrose Games. Benedetto started out the competition with several personal bests, but Garret Doyle (Lincoln, RI) led entering the fifth round. Then Benedetto added another 3 feet to his best to move into the lead and secure the win. In the girl’s competition Gianna Rao (Ponaganset, North Scituate, RI) threw a season’s best to win by nearly 11 feet. Read more

Dr. Sander Invitational (NY) Results

Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) came from behind in the final round to capture the win at this week’s Armory meet, the Dr. Sander Invitational. Garrett Doyle (Lincoln, RI) led six throwers over 60 feet in the boy’s competition. Read more