Fayetteville-Manlius indoor track sweeps MVITA competition – eagle news online
UTICA – The two Fayetteville-Manlius indoor track teams traveled to Utica College’s Hutton Dome to open their 2021-22 seasons in the Mohawk Valley Indoor Track Association relays.
And each of those teams would win, with the Hornets boys gaining 86 points for near Camden, second in the round (48 points) and a field of 25 teams, while the FM girls winning with 64 points against the Rome Free Academy’s 47. .
Anthony Otis, Cooper Dereszynski, Will Seamans and Nolan McGinn needed eight minutes and 44.49 seconds to pull away and take over 4 Ã 800. Otis was third (4: 50.36) and Otis fifth (4: 51.07) in the 1,600-meter race.
Then in the 4 Ã 400, the Hornets took victory over Chris Dame, Mason Weires, Trevor Krukin and Connor Hutko in 3: 59.09, pushing back Whitesboro (3: 59.99) in that race. Kurkin and Vincent Hunt both crossed 5 feet in the high jump to tie for fourth.
The medley sprint stint gave Dereszynski, Seamans, Ore Abolade and Vincent Hunt another victory for the Hornets in 3: 54.89. Abolade took third place in the long jump, going 18 feet 10 Â½ inches.
Seth Albert was third in the 55 meters in 6.93 seconds and helped Dame, Brandon Warren and Carter Husted secure third place in the 4 Ã 200 relay in 1: 44.61. Liam Malgieri put the shot on in 38’1 ” to finish fourth, Owen Rohan seventh and Guy Juran eighth in the triple jump.
State Class A cross country champion Izzie Sullivan joined Hannah Kaercher, Isabella Adrian and Amelia Amack to do 9: 35.70 in the 4 Ã 800, over a minute and a half ahead of Utica Proctor 11: 06.33 .
Kaercher won the 1,500-meter race in 4: 42.42, with Sullivan fourth in 4: 51.87, and in the medley sprint Kaercher, Adrian, Maya McKenzie and Natalee Barber dominated the race, winning in 4: 19.29.
Alone, McKenzie covered 7.66 seconds to beat the field in sprint 55. Barber was third in the 55-meter hurdles in 9.38 seconds and fifth in the long jump, 14’10 Â½ “ahead of 14’9. Â½ “of Elina Cabrera in sixth place. VS
Wren Usiatynski was second in the pole vault, clearing 9’6 â. The Hornets were fourth in the 4 Ã 400 in 4: 54.24 and fourth in the 4 Ã 200 in 2: 03.68. Bella Pierie was ninth in the shot put and Cabrera ninth in the triple jump.