Saturday, May 17, 2008

Eddy Meet results & HS baseball RU

Here's the team and top three individual results from today's 68th Annual William F. Eddy Jr. Memorial Meet. Section II was well represented with the Shen boys taking their second straight team title and Holy Names coming within a half a point to repeating. You can read about it here.
Morgan Wheeler of Averill Park his the pit while competing in the long jump. (J.S. Carras — The Record).

Congrats to all as just competing in the Eddy is something to be proud of.
On a different note, hats off to the meet officials. Even with 31 boys teams, 34 girls teams and a total of 68 events it was the most efficiently run meet I've ever seen.
Girls
BAY SHORE 77, HOLY NAMES 76.5, UNIONDALE 42, ROME FREE ACADEMY 40, SHENENDEHOWA 28, QUEENSBURY 25, COLONIE 23, SHAKER 18, SCHENECTADY 14, AVERILL PARK 13, SCHUYLERVILLE 11.5, GUILDERLAND 11, WESTBURY 11, CHATHAM 10, SARATOGA 10, NEW YORK MILLS 10, SOUTH GLENS FALLS 10, DUANESBURG 9, VOORHEESVILLE 9, BURNT HILLS 8, LOCKPORT 8, SETON CATHOLIC 8, SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 7, COLUMBIA 7, NEW HARTFORD 6, BROADALBIN-PERTH 6, NISKAYUNA 6, FONDA-FULTONVILLE 4, GLENS FALLS 4, JOHNSTOWN 4, SCHOHARIE 3, ICHABOD CRANE 2, LAKE PLACID 2, MOHONASEN 1, IROQUOIS 1.
100M-Klarissa Ricks (Holy Names) 12.65, Shtiira Browne (Schen) 12.70, Caitlin Abelseth (V) 13.02 400M-Laura Isabelle (HN) 58.75, Tenica Roberts (Bay) 59.06, Amy Sleeper (New) 59.59 800M-Sarah McCurdy (Bay) 2:12.52, Jordan White (HN) 2:13.42, Leah Wightman (Chat) 2:14.37 1500M-Sarah McCurdy (Bay) 4:35.57, Mary Kate Champagne (Seton) 4:38.13, Jillian King (Scot) 4:41.46 3000M-Claire Hardwick (HN) 10:05.79, Kelsey Frazier(Lock) 10:14.45, Danielle Winslow (Queen) 10:17.95, 100MH-Madalayne Smith Smith (Saratoga) 14.10, Ashley Hendrix (Union) 14.38, Nicole Schafer (Colu) 15.90, 400MH-Ashley Hendrix (Union) 1:03.17, Kendra Adams (BHBL) 1:03.86, Lianna Ferguson (Broa) 1:06.37 4x100M Relay-Holy Names (Christina Cooper, Theresa Kennedy, Sherez Mohamed, Klarissa Ricks) 50.00, 4x200M Relay-Rome Free Academy (Hilary Baker, Jessica Razy, Kaliegh McKinney, Chanelle McWilliams) 1:44.42, 4x400M Relay-Shenendehowa (Allie Maguire, Meredith Cully, Anna Suriano, Kathleen Klein) 3:58.50, 4x800M Relay-Shenendehowa (Morgan Roche, Lizzie Predmore, Alex Burtnick, CAra Janeczko) 9:22.44, HJ-Sarah Palmer (Schuy) 5-6, Thersa Kennedy (HN) 5-4, Morgan Wheeler (AP) 5-4, PV-Linda Hadfield (Mills) 11-6 Michelle Quimby (Mills) 11-0, Kelly Benfey (ROme) 10-06 LJ-Ashley Hendrix (Union) 19-01, Klarissa Ricks 18-03.75, Stephanie Barnes (Bay) 17-06.35 TJ-Marlene Ricketts (West) 39-04.5, Stephanie Barnes (Bay) 38-03.5, Theresa Kennedy (HN) 36-01.75, SP-Nicole Wasco (Rome) 34-11.5, Cherrice Brown (Bay) 34-07, Jen Allen (SGF) 34-06 Discus-Cherrice Brown (Bay) 125-11, Catie Coxin (Duan) 119-03, Pridcilla Thermidor (Queen) 112-0.
Boys
SHENENDEHOWA 92.5, ROME FREE ACADEMY 64, UNIONDALE 42, ALBANY 33.5, WESTBURY 32, SCHENECTADY 22, VOORHEESVILLE 20, BETHLEHEM 20, GUILDERLAND 18, NEW HARTFORD 17, COLONIE 12, SCHUYLERVILLE 12, NISKAYUNA 12, SALEM 11.5, SOUTH GLENS FALLS 11, TICONDEROGA 10, BURNT HILLS 10, ALBANY ACADEMY 10, PORT JEFFERSON 10, JOHNSTOWN 10, AVERILL PARK 9, FONDA-FULTONVILLE 8, SCHOHARIE 8, ICHABOD CRANE 7, BAY SHORE 6, DUANESBURG 6, QUEENSBURY 4, SETON CATHOLIC 4, BISHOP GIBBONS 3, BROADALBIN-PERTH 2, SCOTIA-GLENVILLE .5
100M-Shawn Carter (Rome) 11.14, Kareem Morris (Alb) 11.24, Anthony Barnett (Union) 11.28 400M-Patrell Brown (Shen) 48.9, Charles Karam (Shen) 51.08, Kewsi Burgess (Alb) 51.23, 1600M-Mike Danaher (Shen) 4:22.31, Tyler Stewart (Col) 4:22.81, Louis Serafini (Nisk) 4:22.86 800M-Zac Suriano (Shen) 1:53.06, Ryan Jones (Shen) 1:54.49, DAn Wolfgang (New) 1:56.09, 3200M-Lee Berube (Ticon) 9:24.44, Otis Ubriaco (BHBL) 9:37.63, Brian Trainor (Shen) 9:41.52 110MH-Nathaniel Mecer (Union) 15.26, Iton Anderson (Union) 15.26, Daquan Coleman (Schen) 15.46 400MH-Riker Wickoff (AA) 54.82, Logan Sharpe (Scho) 57.08, Sean Wren (Duan) 57.54 4x100M Relay-Rome Free Academy (Shawn Carter, Santino Emmanuele, Eric Bowles, Anthony DeJeean) 43.34, 4x200M Relay-Rome Free Academy (Shawn Carter, Santino Emmanuele, Andrew Roderick, Anthony DeJean) 1:32.13, 4x400M Relay-Westbury (Eric Banks, Wayne Stewart, Jean St. German, Pierre Souffrant) 3:23.10, 4x800M Relay-Voorheesville (Ryan Allison,Mackey Lloyd, Nathan Bub, Ian Powell) 8:02.85, HJ-Sam Smith (Bethlehem) 6-06, Schuyler Duross (John) 6-0, Anthony Loccisano (Voor) 5-10, PV-Jake Platel (Bethlehem) 14-06, Brandon Hunsdon (SGF) 13-06, Jeff Reinker(Shen) 13-0 LJ-Chris Fagan (Albany) 22-00.75, Anthony DeJean (ROme) 21-00.5, David Gray (IC) 20-10 TJ-James Ryan (Salem) 45-02.25, Shawn Carter 44-09.5, Daquan Coleman (Schen) 44-01.25 SP-Justin Torres (Rome) 50-7.5, James Schwendtner (Shen) 50-05.25, Dan Ladd (Schuy) 49-07 Discus-James Schwendtner (Shen) 165-03, Shane Smith (FF) 158-0, Chris Gregory (Shen) 149-03.

Baseball--Kyle Charron threw a one-hit, one-run, six strikeout complete game and smacked a double and three singles at the plate to keep the La Salle Institute baseball team unbeaten with an 8-1 non-league victory over Averill Park on Saturday.
Amar Lewis hit a solo home run and an RBI single for the Cadets (17-0) and Will Remillard had a single, double and two RBI.
Chris Dobert had a single in the second inning for the Warriors (3-13) only hit of the game.

Waterford 11, Schenectady Christian 1: Kevin Terry tripled and singled and Ray Carmel doubled as the Fordians won easily in the Waterford/Cohoes Wood Bat Tournament.
Ian Compton tripled for the Falcons.


Cohoes 10, Waterford 1: Nick Chaput and Mike Welcome each singled twice as the Tigers (15-6) picked up a win in the Wood Bat Tournament.
Joe Walek singled twice for the Fordians (17-2) and Wade Daus doubled.
Four teams tied for first with 2-1 records in the tournament, but Waterford won based on a tie-breaker of runs allowed through the three games. The Fordians allowed just 12 runs, while Hoosic Valley allowed 13 and Cohoes gave up 15.
Waterford freshman pitcher Zac Lennon was named Tournament MVP.


--Ryan Kircher

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