Amsterdam boys win Johnstown Invitational

JOHNSTOWN – Amsterdam won the boys team title Saturday at the Johnstown Invitational at Knox Field.

The Rams finished with 147.5 points, while New Hartford was second with 116 points. Fonda-Fultonville (99.5 points) was third, host Johnstown (64.5) was fourth and Averill Park (55.5) was fifth. Mayfield-Northville was seventh with 43 points.

Saratoga Springs won the girls team title with 205 points. Colonie (102.5 points) was second and Fonda-Fultonville (70) was third. Amsterdam (17 points) was eighth and host Johnstown was ninth with 13.5 points.

In the boys meet, Amsterdam posted wins in nine events on its way to the team title.

Amsterdam’s Izaiah Brown won the 100 meters, high jump and 400 meters for Amsterdam. Brown posted times of 11.13 seconds in the 100 meters and 48.16 in the 400 meters. In the high jump, Brown won with a leap of 6-0.

Amsterdam’s Julian Gallup (11.78 seconds) was second in the 100 meters, while Ryan Farley (12.13) was fourth. Mayfield-Northille’s Tim Javarone (12.33) was fifth and Fonda-Fultonville’s Ryan Slater (12.34) was sixth.

Bryan Stanavich won the 200 meters for Amsterdam with a time of 23.05 seconds, while David Graveley was third for the Rams with a time of 23.59 seconds.

Graveley won the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 58.35 seconds and placed fifth in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 17.02 seconds.

Gallup won the long jump for Amsterdam with a leap of 19-11, while Omahri Sturdivant won the triple jump with a leap of 44-4 1/2. Sturdivant also placed third in the long jump with a leap of 19-3/4.

Edgar Maldonado was fourth in the 400 meters with a time of 53.29 seconds, while Fonda-Fultonville’s Dalton Hunter was fifth with a time of 54.15 seconds.

Hunter also placed second in the long jump with a leap of 19-1 1/4 and sixth in the triple jump with a leap of 37-7 3/4.

Fonda-Fultonville swept the top three spots in the pole vault, as Ryan Park won with a height of 13-0, Ben Vardai-Davidson (11-0) was second and Christian VanAvery (9-6) was third. Johnstown’s Cameron Roten (9-0) was fourth and Johnstown’s Erik Frank (8-0) was sixth.

In the 1,600 meters, Johnstown’s Jamal Vazquez (4:53.7) was third, Fonda-Fultonville’s Dan Westman (5:03.1) was fourth and Fonda-Fultonville’s Dylan DeSorbo (5:07.8) was fifth.

Fonda-Fultonville’s Michael Sweet won the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 15.49 seconds. Johnstown’s Alec Hornidge (16.04 seconds) was second, Johnstown’s Daeshan Buseck (16.86) was fourth and Mayfield-Northville’s Todd Briggs (17.10) was sixth.

Buseck was second in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 59.45 seconds, Briggs was third with a time of 59.95 seconds, Sweet (1:00.95) was fifth and Hornidge (1:03.17) was sixth.

Briggs also added a second in the triple jump (40-1 1/4) for Mayfield-Northville, and a fourth in the long jump (18-10 1/4).

Hornidge also placed fourth in the high jump with a leap of 5-6, while Amsterdam’s Gehrig Warner was fifth with a height of 5-6.

Fonda-Fultonville’s Cameron Gilligan was sixth in the 800 meters with a time of 2:08.19.

Johnstown’s Aaron Alvarez was second in the 3,200 meters with a time of 11:11.40, Fonda-Fultonville’s Travis Geniti (11:11.96) was third, Amsterdam’s Bill Weinheimer (11:44.57) was fifth and Mayfield-Northville’s Connor Akowicz (11:44.93) was sixth.

Geniti also placed second in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 11:44.75. Amsterdam’s Jon Knack (12:53.54) was fourth in the steeplechase and Johnstown’s Brandon Mraz (13:03.17) was fifth.

Johnstown’s Sam Menzel (18-7) was sixth in the long jump.

Devante Marshall was fourth in the triple jump for Mayfield-Northville with a leap of 39-1/2, while Will Wilson (38-5 1/2) was fifth for Mayfield-Northville.

In the shot put, Amsterdam’s Giacamo Lanzi (39-7 1/2) was third, Mayfield-Northville’s Dylan Moore (39-5) was fourth, Johnstown Brandon Stevens (38-10 3/4) was fifth and Amsterdam’s Austin Bartone (38-1 1/2) was sixth.

Stevens also placed second in the discus with a throw of 113-4, while Moore was fifth with a throw of 109-0.

Amsterdam’s Aris Nieukerk (103-02) finished sixth in the discus.

Fonda-Fultonville’s Damion Freeman placed third in the pentathlon with a total of 2,143 points, Amsterdam’s Jose Perez (2,103) was third, Mayfield-Northville’s Luther Goodrich (1,593) was fifth and Johnstown’s Steve Camarrra (1,429) was fifth.

Amsterdam won the 400 relay as the team of Stanavich, Farley, Sturdivant and Gabe Fernandez posted a time of 45.29 seconds. Fonda-Fultonville (47.15 seconds) was third, Mayfield-Northvile (48.54) was fourth and Johnstown (49.51) was fifth.

The team of Graveley, Stanavich, Gallup and Brown teamed up to win the 1,600 relay for the Rams with a time of 3:30.98. Fonda-Fultonville was third with a time of 3:40.14.

Fonda-Fultonville won the 3,200 relay, as the team of Tyler Weaver, Westman, Gilligan and DeSorbo posted a time of 8:25.85. Amsterdam (9:09.92) was third and Johnstown (10:10.19) was sixth.

In the girls meet, Fonda-Fultonville’s Lindsey Therrien won the triple jump with a leap of 33-9 1/2.

Therrien also was third in the 100-meter hurdles for Fonda-Fultonville with a time of 16.71 seconds, while Emma Rhodes was sixth for the Lady Braves with a time of 17.80 seconds.

Therrien also placed third in the high jump with a height of 4-10 and fourth in the long jump with a leap of 14-4. Rhodes was fifth in the long jump with a leap of 14-2 1/2.

Kimberly Geniti was fourth in the 400 hurdles for FFCS with a time of 1:10.33, while Rebekah Hentnik was third in the pole vault with a height of 8-0.

Fonda-Fultonville’s Avery Cook was fourth in the 100 with a time of 13.74 seconds, while Skylar Hesch was fifth in the 200 with a time of 28.16 seconds. Camryn Savoie was fourth in the shot put for the Lady Braves with a throw of 29-10 1/2. Savie also placed second in the discus with a throw of 99-0.

Johnstown’s Angela Duross was fifth in the 100 meters with a time of 13.82 seconds, while Ellen Praught was fifth in the discus with a throw of 80-2. Jordan Rose was second in the pentathlon for the Lady Bills with a total of 1,908 points.

Amsterdam’s Olivia Lazarou was fourth in the 1,500 meters with a time of 4:57.72, while Madison Janetsky was second in the triple jump.

In the 400 relay, Fonda-Fultonville was third and Amsterdam was fourth.

FFCS was fifth in the 1,600 relay, while Amsterdam was sixth.

In the 3,200 relay, Fonda-Fultonville placed third and Johnstown was sixth.

Queensbury Invitational

QUEENSBURY – The Gloversville boys finished eighth at the Queensbury Invitational on Saturday, while the girls placed 12th.

The boys finished with 36 points, while the girls finished with 20 points.

Queensbury won the girls team title with 100 points, while Columbia was second with 94.5 points.

Saratoga Springs won the boys team title with 102 points, while Shenendehowa was second with 86.5 points.

In the boys meet, Quantel McGee won the high jump for Gloversville with a leap of 5-10.

David Vandenabeele won the pentathlon for the Huskies with a total of 2,557 points.

McGee also placed fifth in the long jump with a leap of 19-6.

Gloversville also was fifth in the 1,600 and 3,200 relays.

In the girls meet, Gloversville’s Chanel Thomas wont he pentathlon with 2,658 points, while Caroline Bakyta was third in the pole vault with a height of 8-0.

Gloversville also was fifth in the 3,200 relay.