Track sectional results

O’Brien, Clark post sectional wins
Granville girls fifth


A pair of Granville girls accounted for three sectional wins Friday, May 27 as the girls track team took fifth in the Class B Sectionals.

Alicia Clark finished first in the 1,500 and 3,000 meter run 5:03.64 and 11:08 respectively and fourth in the 800 meters for Granville. “I’m proud of Alicia. She works very hard and has the drive to succeed,” head coach Jay Condon said. “It should be fun to watch her at State Qual(ifier) this week.”

Teammate Meghan O’Brien placed first in the long jump breaking her won school record, second in the triple jump and fourth in the 100 meter dash for the Golden Horde. Heather Chapman took home second place in the discuss with a throw of 94’ 10”. The 4x100m girls relay team of Taylor Scribner, Danielle Milanese, Kat Thomas, and Meghan O’Brien finished 4th with a time of 53.08.

The Golden Horde girls finished in fifth.

Michael Fiacco was second in the 110 hurdles; the boys team finished twelfth, with Fiacco as the only place finisher.



1. Fonda 110; 2. Cobleskill 89; 3. Schuylerville 77; 4. Johnstown 62; 5. Granville 57; 6. Bishop Maginn 42; 7. Albany Academy 33; 8. Mayfield 28 1/2; 9. Coxsackie-Athens 27; 10. Taconic 22; 11. Notre Dame 14; 12. Tamarac 9; 13. Catskill 8; 13. Hudson 8; 15. Troy Catholic 1.5


1,500 meters – 1. Clark (Gran) 5:03.64; 2. Robinson (AA) 5:08.35; 3. Ryan (Mayfield) 5:10.42.

3,000 meters – 1. Clark (Gran) 11:08.00; 2. Melendez (Cobleskill) 11:24.16; 3. Williams (ND) 11:25.55.

Long jump – 1. O’Brien (Gran) 17-2 1/2; 2. Palmer (Schuy) 16-8 1/4; 3. Heroth (Jtown) 15-10 1/2.

Triple jump – 1. Miller (BM) 37-1; 2. O’Brien (Gran) 34-7 1/4; 3. Palmer (Schuy) 33-8 1/4.

Discus – 1. Wyzomirski (Fonda) 96-4; 2. Chapman (Gran) 94-10; 3. Martuscello (Fonda) 92-11.



1. Albany Academy 86; 2. Mayfield 83; 3. Fonda 81; 4. Notre Dame 77; 5. Hudson 65; 6. Bishop Maginn 60; 7. Cobleskill 38 1/2; 8. Catskill 29; 9. Coxsackie-Athens 23; 10. Tamarac 16 1/2; 11. Schuylerville 16; 12. Granville 8; 13. Taconic Hills 4; 14. Johnstown 2.

110 hurdles – 1. Suchocki (Coble) 15.52; 2. Fiacco (Gran) 15.92; 3. Banks (ND) 15.93.




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