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December 02, 2016
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Collective joy

Tri-Valley’s Dominique Darby combined with the meet’s Outstanding Female Field Athlete, Heidi Furman, to win the varsity shot put relay.

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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