On the boys side, it was Ellenville that evinced the greatest success in unified efforts, as well as some individual ones as Tyler O’Bryant won the 100 (11.). Tri-Valley prevailed in the hammer relay as Rafael Ramirez and Kyle Denman combined to heave the object 281-7. The Bears got a silver medal in the varsity shot put relay (75-4). Liberty’s varsity sprint medley relay was second in 3:50.2. Eldred’s Hunter Proscia won the 2000 steeplechase in 6:23.1. It was the third steeplechase Proscia has captured in the past week, adding to wins in the Monticello Games and the Cornwall Steeplefest. Alex Campanella was second in the 1600 (4:36.9). Earlier in the day, he turned in a personal best 800 time of 2:05 in the freshman/sophomore sprint medley relay.
Track and field goes into warp speed with the coming Sullivan County Meet of Champions on May 19 and the ensuing OCIAA league meet, the Section 9 championships and the state qualifiers that follow suit.
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