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AT&T Hall of Fame Invitational (NY) Results

Junior Matt Slagus (North Pocono, Moscow, PA) already tossed a personal best in his indoor debut of the season. With a throw of 64’5.50″ inches, Slagus easily captured the victory at the AT&T Hall of Fame Invitational, and also added a few inches to his best set at the end of last indoor season. Matt’s sister Jessica Slagus (North Pocono, Moscow, PA) also threw a two foot indoor personal best in the girl’s competition, but was edged out for the win in the end by Monae Cooper (New Rochelle, NY). Read more

Bishop Loughlin Games (NY) Results

Weight throwers from six states converged on the newly opened Staten Island indoor track on Saturday for the Bishop Loughlin Games. Lysah Russell (Classical, Providence, RI) improved her season’s best by more than three feet to capture the girl’s title. On the boy’s side local thrower Phil Rosendorf (Susan E. Wagner, Staten Island, NY) continued a strong debut indoor season by improving his best for the second meet in a row. Read more

New York Relays Results

rp_primary_NYR_Logo_1Junior Bobby Colantonio (Barrington, RI) threw a new national lead and meet record to highlight the first day of action on Friday at the New York Relays. Already in round two Colantonio set a new personal best and national lead of 238’07” and finished off the competition with another two throws over 230 feet. His throw also moves him within inches of the national all-time top 10 list. Close behind Colantonio was his teammate Adam Kelly (Barrington, RI). Kelly, the national leader entering the meet, was also near his personal best and turned in his second best performance ever at 234’2″. Owen Russell (Moses Brown, Providence, RI) finished in third. Read more

New Balance Indoor Nationals (NY) Championship Results

newbalanceThe showdown of the top two girls in the nation lived up to expectations on Sunday morning. Sabrina Gaitan (Sprayberry, Marietta, GA) was the national leader for most of the season until Kaylee Antill (Tri-Valley, Dresden, OH) unleashed a big personal best at the Ohio State Championships last week to overtake her. In their first matchup of the year Antill took the early lead in round one before Gaitan launched a new nation-leading mark of 60’10” in round two. Antill responded in round three with her second best result ever, but never fully closed the gap as she fouled her final three attempts. Jordan McClendon (John Borroughs, St. Louis, MO) equalled her personal best to capture bronze in a close battle for third place. Read more