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October 01, 2014
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Eminently qualified

Monticello’s coveted Mayor’s Cup Trophy was bestowed upon Patrick Ripa by Monticello Mayor Gordon Jenkins.


The county’s elite track and field athletes vied at the Section 9 state qualifier meet held at Warwick on June 2-3 for berths at states. The top finishers from Division I, which includes Monticello, and Division II, which includes the rest of the county schools, will head to the state championship meet at Caldonia Mumford High School, located southwest of Rochester, on June 10-11. The following female athletes will represent their schools, the county and Section 9: Jessica Dunnigan (L) qualified in all four of her events including the 100 (12.53), 200 (25.53), long jump (18-1¼), which was a personal best, and the 400 relay (51.14) with Lara Heslop, Nikole Snyder and Rebeccah Harman; Dominique Darby (T-V), shot put (36-0.25) and discus (104-3); Kaitlynn Greffrath (T-V), pentathlon (2,046 points); Hannah Feinman (SW), triple jump (33-10); Heidi Furman (T-V), hammer (123-2), which is not a state event; Mareena DiMilia (T-V), javelin (106-9.5); Boys: Alex Campanella (E), 800 (4:27.46); Hunter Proscia (E), 3000 steeplechase (9:54.62); Garrett Lapolt (M), shot put (47-1); Todd Roeder (SW), discus (130-41). Brandon Wagner (SW), javelin (137-0), which is not a state event.