Thursday, May 12, 2011

HOSTS RULE At Don Howard Invitational

Wes Lippitt gets off to a quick start in the 100-yard dash.

Watching teammates compete are, from left, Emily Klein, Suzy Zhang and Kelsey Lent.

CCS’ Alec Silvera demonstrates his winning form while leaping a hurdle in the boys’ 110 at the Don Howard Invitational Saturday, May 7, at home.  The team set school, track and meet records in the 1,600-meter relay and senior Alec Silvera won a fast 110 hurdles. The team of Jacob Miller, Silvera, Jeremiah Ford and Will Reis finished 3 minutes, 27.0 seconds, beating runner-up Oneonta by 13 seconds. The Redskins beat their school record of 3:30.58 set last season and track and meet records of 3:28.1 set in 2009 by a Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton squad that went on to win Division II state championship.
Reis anchored the relay and ran a personal-best split of 49.8. See brief at left for more details.

CCS’s Brandon Daniels shows his winning form in the shot put.

Jeremiah Ford hands off to Will Reis, who ran the last lap of Cooperstown’s record setting win in the 1,600 relay.

to see more pictures of the event, see our facebook album -- coming soon!

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