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December 10, 2016
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Sullivan West junior Mitch Paciga records a personal best with a winning high jump of 6-4 at the West Point Relays. That height is currently tops in Section 9.
Photos By Richard A. Ross,

Boys: 800 meter relay: 2. Monticello 1:41.2; 1600 relay: 3. Tri-Valley 3:52.2; Distance medley: 2. Tri-Valley 11:32.8; Shuttle hurdles: 3. Tri-Valley 27.8; Shot put: 1. Aric Boyes (TV) 46-4.5; 3. Trevon Rainey (Mont) 39-5.5; High jump: 1. Mitch Paciga (SW) 6-4 (a lifetime best). Girls 3200 relay: 3. Tri-Valley 11:25.8; Distance medley: 3. Tri-Valley 13:42.8; Shuttle hurdles: 1. Tri-Valley (Mareena DiMilia, Vicki Tingley and Alli Reynolds) 28.7; Sprint medley: 3. Tri-Valley 4:40.9; Shot put: 1. Mareena DiMilia (TV) 33-10.5; 2. Sarah Coney (TV) 27-11; 3. Claire Tierney (TV) 27-5; Long jump: 1. Mareena DiMilia (TV) 15-9.25; Triple jump: 2. Alex Brooks (TV) 29-0; High jump: 1. Laura Doherty (Mont) 4-10; 2. Katlynn Greffrath (TV) 4-8; 3. Rosa Martinez (SW) 4-6; Weight throw: 1. Shannon Smith (TV) 30-0; 2. Sarah Coney (TV) 28-4.5.

Since this past week was Regents week and all school activities were cancelled on one of the few days of competition due to snow, track was practically the only thing on the athletic docket. This coming week features a resurgence of basketball, wrestling and skiing. Track coverage will return following the Section 9 championships slated for February 8 and 9, and the Sullivan County Championships, which will be held on February 11 at Sullivan County Community College.

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