First, last and always
Senior Mareena DiMilia was named the Outstanding Female Field Athlete for the second straight year. She ran the opening leg in the winning shuttle hurdle relay, won the javelin and took second in the hammer. Other T-V girls winners included Katlynn Greffrath in the high jump and long jump. Autumn Bender won the 2000 steeplechase and the freshman 800. She was second in the freshman/sophomore 1500. Mary Alongi was second in the 1500 racewalk. Caroline Martin was third in the F/S long jump. Monticello’s Jordan Fredell won the triple jump and was third in the 400 hurdles. Sullivan West’s Hannah Feinman was second in the long jump and the triple jump. Fallsburg’s Kelsey Moody was second in the high jump, while Meagan Horowitz won the F/S pole vault. Fellow Lady Comet Kali Seastrand was second in the F/S long jump while Nyasia Harris was thing in the F/S shot put. Sullivan West’s Autumn Thiele was second in the F/S discus while Courtney Meyerer took second in the Freshman 800. She teamed up with Megan Robisch, Rosa Martinez and Erin Sumfleth to win the F/S 1600 relay. Liberty was third in the girls 300 shuttle relay, while Monticello Boys winners included T-V’s Aric Boyes in the shot put and the hammer throw, Aidan Woolsey in the pole vault and Josh Winters in the javelin.
Other Sullivan County finishers included Monticello’s Shane Jackson in the 100. He took third in the 200. Sullivan West’s Anthony Rydell won the discus. Monticello’s Brian Stickle won the F/S shot put, Terry Duncan was second in the 400, Mike Rogers took second in the pole vault and Kyle Haynes was second in the F/S long jump. The Monties were second in the 400 relay. Tri-Valley was third in the 300 shuttle relay and the F/S 1600 relay. In team standings, in addition to T-V’s first place in Division II boys and girls, Monticello was sixth in Division I girls and third in Division I boys. In Division II boys SW was third, Fallsburg was third and Liberty was seventh and Eldred was ninth. In Division II girls Sullivan West was second, Fallsburg was third, Liberty was seventh and Eldred was ninth.