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

New Balance Games (NY) Results

A first round personal best led Garrett Doyle (Lincoln, RI) to his second win in as many days. Following up on Friday’s victory at the Yale Interscholastic Track Classic on Friday, he threw a half-inch personal best to win a close competition Saturday at the New Balance Games in New York. Andrew Palermo (Spencerport, NY) also hit a personal best to take a close second, while Jessica Slagus (North Pocono, Moscow, PA) won the girl’s competition. Read more

NYRR Millrose Games Trials (NY) Results

Jacob Furland (Classical, Providence, RI) and Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) led from start to finish at the Millrose Games Trials on Wednesday to easily win a spot in the historic Millrose Games next month. The top throw finishers secured a spot. Runners-up Joseph Benedetto (John S. Burke Catholic, Goshen, NY) and Ludith Campos (Mount Vernon, NY) also hit new personal bests in the competition. Read more

US Army Hispanic Games (NY) Results

Joe Ryan (Massapequa, NY) broke 60 feet for the first time to win the US Army Hispanic Games hosted at the Armory this weekend. Amy Alagor (Christopher Columbus, Bronx, NY) also improved her personal best to win the girl’s competition. Read more

Bishop Loughlin Games (NY) Results

At the first big New York meet of the year Jacob Furland (Classical, Providence, RI) added nearly a foot to his personal best to secure the win and move up to third in the nation. In just her first year of throwing the weight, Marissa Henley (Woonsocket, RI) took home an impressive win in the girl’s competition. Read more

New York Hammer Series Meet 7 (NJ) Results

The latest meet in the New York Hammer Series ventured down south and actually took place in neighboring New Jersey. The level of competition also stood out this time With US champion Alex Young and NCAA champion Rudy Winkler both competing to try and improve their chances of qualifying for August’s world championships. At the high school level Michael Feldman (Tottenville, Staten Island, NY) recaptured his national lead with a new personal best of 242’8″. Feldman was the national leader earlier in the season but fell a few inches behind in June. His new mark improves the national lead by nearly four feet. His brother Steven Feldman (Tottenville, Staten Island, NY) also added nearly eight feet to his personal best for second place. Read more

New York Hammer Series Meet 1 Results

The New York Hammer Series kicked off on Sunday in style with a new national lead. Michael Feldman (Tottenville, Staten Island, NY) added nearly six feet to his personal best and extended hi snational lead up to nearly 20 feet with a strong performance. His best throw measured 238’1″ and he had two more throws over 230 feet. His new best also moves him up to 13th all-time in the nation. Jill Shippee (Shenendehowa, Clifton Park, NY) was the top high school girl in the competition with a throw of 182’7″. Read more

New York Relays Results

Throwers from across the northeast converged on Randall’s Island for the New York Relays on Friday. Jill Shippee (Shenendehowa, Clifton Park, NY) made her outdoor season debut at the meet with a convincing win. Her first throw of 196’2″ held on for the win and marked a 15 foot improvement over last year. It also puts her just feet off of the national lead. Dilyn Cote led three throwers over 200 feet to win the boy’s competition. He added four feet to his personal best and nearly a dozen feet to his season’s best to win the title. Both Jason Wright (St. Anthony’s, South Huntington, NY) and Jacob Furland (Classical, Providence, RI) broke 200 feet for the first time to place second and third. Read more

Hershey USATF Youth Indoor Championship (NY) Results

New Balance Nationals was not the only show in town this weekend. Hershey USATF Youth Indoor Championship down in Staten Island with many throwers from across the nation participating in the age group competition and meet records set in each category. Jared Briere (Woonsocket, RI) and James Cocca (Averill Park, NY) won the boys competitions with Briere setting a personal best, which he then bettered on Sunday at New Balance Nationals. Sydnee Walker (King’s Ridge Christian, Alpharetta, GA) and Annika Kelly (Barrington, RI) won the girl’s competitions, with Walker adding more than two feet to her indoor best and breaking 60 feet for the first time. Read more