May 17, 2013

Eagles beat Emus on the track



Northeastern Clinton was led by Rodney Grimshaw, who won the 100 meters, 400 meters and long jump.

On the girls’ side, Samantha Smith paced the Cougars to victory by being a triple-winner in the 3,200 relay, 1,500 meters and 3,000 meters.

Double-winners for Northeastern Clinton were Mallory Honan in the 100 hurdles and 100 meters and Oriana LaFlesh in the shot put and discus.

Double-winners for the Patriots were Rachel Knapp in the 200 meters and 1,600 relay and Ashlee Estes in the 1,600 relay and high jump.


AuSable Valley 73, NCCS 50

3,200 relay- AuSable Valley (Smith, Ducharme, Ruocco, Connor), 9:54.6. 110 hurdles- Ford (AVC), 18.2. 100- Grimshaw (NCCS), 11.9. 1,600- Ruoccu (AVC), 5:26. 400 relay- Northeastern Clinton (Bosley, Provost, Bedard, Matton), 51.9.

400- Grimshaw (NCCS), 57.0. 400 hurdles- Ford (AVC), 1:08.4. 800- Bedard (NCCS), 2:17.3. 200- McCormick (AVC), 26.4. 3,200- Smith (AVC), 12:03.2. 1,600 relay- AuSable Valley (Chauvin, McCormick, Connor, Ruocco), 6:13.

Long jump- Grimshaw (NCCS), 17-7½. Triple jump- Ford (AVC), 35-0. High jump- Ford (AVC), 5-4. Shot put- Benway (AVC), 48-11½. Discus- Fitzgerald (AVC), 106-5.


NCCS 78, AuSable Valley 44

3,200 relay- Northeastern Clinton (Sample, Gallucci, Kellison, S. Smith), 12:40.6. 100 hurdles- Honan (NCCS), 16.7. 100- Honan (NCCS), 13.9. 1,500- S. Smith (NCCS), 5:29.7. 400 relay- Not contested.

400- Cartier (NCCS), 1:06.9. 400 hurdles- B. Smith (NCCS), 1:28.5. 800- Bouvier (NCCS), 2:44.3. 200- Knapp (AVC), 29.4. 3,000- S. Smith (NCCS), 12:30. 1,600 relay- AuSable Valley (Estes, Knapp, Gallagher, Smith), 6:13.

Long jump- Reid (NCCS), 13-4. Triple jump- Taylor (AVC), 26-6. High jump- Estes (AVC), 4-4. Shot put- LaFlesh (NCCS), 24-11. Discus- LaFlesh (NCCS), 72-3.


SARANAC — Connor Christopherson closed out his final regular-season track meet with a bang, leading Saranac to a dominating performance over Lake Placid with four wins.

Christopherson won the 110 hurdles, 400, long jump and triple jump.

On the other end of the spectrum, seventh-grader Andrew Cutaiar won the 100 with a 12.1-second sprint and ran the lead leg for the winning 1,600 relay team of Austin Myers, Brian Menia, Noah Pearsall and Cutaiar.

The Chiefs won every event.

On the girls side the score was closer, but Saranac still pulled out a 28-point victory over the Blue Bombers.

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