Towanda tops NEB, Wellsboro
TOWANDA - The Blacks Knight stayed undefeated in NTL boys' track and field Tuesday as they amassed 99.5 points to Northeast Bradford's 48 and Wellsboro's 44.5.
In the 4x800 relay Northeast Bradford's team of Curt Jewett, Brandon Devonshire, Colton Snyder and Sam Williams won in 8:52.92.
In the 110 hurdles Towanda's Stephen Seibert edged out teammate Blake Burlingame by a tenth of a second for the win in 17.1. Wellsboro's Blair Carson took third.
In the 100 Towanda's Charlie Kerin led a Black Knight sweep, winning in 11.2. Steve Vogel and Trey Sites were second and third.
Jewett won the 1600 in 4:27.45 followed by Williams in second and Wellsboro's Jordan Jackson in third.
In the long jump Wellsboro's Dylan Prough won in 19-feet, 10-inches followed by Towanda's Blake Burlingame and Northeast's James Zajac.
Knight Joel Miller won the high jump in 6-feet followed by Wellsboro's Nick Marple and Zajac in second and third.
Towanda's Evan Madill won the discus in 116-feet, 1-inch while teammate Jimmy Tyce and Northeast Bradford's Derek Allabaugh in third.
Kerin won the 400 in 52.3 followed by Sites in second and Wellsboro's Joey Doganiero in third. Wellsboro's 4x100 relay team of Dan Brooks, Kieron Smethers, Michael Pietropola and Marple won in 46.2.
Madill won the shot put in 44-feet, 4 1/2-inches followed by Northeast's Shawn Hakes and Zach Darling. Seibert won the 300 hurdles in 43.2 followed by Wellsboro's Jack Chambers and Carson in second and third.
Colton Snyder won the 800 in 2:05.61 with Wellsboro's Bobby Hill in second and Northeast's Levi Upham in third. Vogel won the 200 in 23.2 followed by Sites and Brooks.
Burlingame won the triple jump in 38-feet, 6-inches with Zajac second and Wellsboro's Mitch Snyder in third. Marple won the javelin in 149-feet, 11-inches followed by Towanda's Joey Daniello and Northeast's Andy Seeley.
Tony Daniello won the pole vault for the Knights in 11-feet, 6-inches with Wellsboro's Thomas Straniere second and Towanda's Mason Monahan third.
Williams won the 3200 in 10:16.92 with Towanda's Aaron Valoroso second and fellow Knight Simon Smith third.
Towanda's team of Sites, Seibert, Kerin and Vogel won the 4x400 relay in 3:36.23.
Towanda, Wellsboro and Northeast Bradford will all be at the Mansfield University Invitational Saturday.
Canton 93, North Penn 55.5, Northern Tioga 36.5
Canton's 4x800 relay of Eddie Larcom, Brooks Gleckner, Jacob Williams and Brennan Gleckner won in 10:23.7.
Warrior Chris Whitehead won the 110 hurdles followed by Northern Tioga's Steve Carpenter took second.
Northern Tioga Dylan Cleveland won the 100 in 11.7 followed by Canton's Noah Barnett in second and Northern Tioga's David Laurens tied North Penn's Harley Kilmer for third.
Northern Tioga's Derek Johnson won the javelin 139-feet, 7-inches followed by Canton's Austin Bunner.
North Penn's Reece Correll won the high jump in 6-feet, 2-inches with teammate Dallas Dziuba second and Bunner third.
Canton's Theron Binford won the long jump in 18-feet, 10 1/2-inches followed by teammate Jesse Lattimer in second and Paulhamus in third.
Brennan Gleckner won the 1600 in 5:07 followed by Williams and Brooks Gleckner in second and third. North Penn's Ben Jackson won the pole vault in 10-feet, 6-inches followed by Northern Tioga's T.J. Swertz in second and Canton's Brendan Cohick in third.
Northern Tioga's Kaleb Rice won the shot put in 43-feet, 2-inches followed by Canton's Will Unruh and teammate Kyle Rice in second and third.
North Penn's JJ Walker won the 400 in 53.3 followed by Larcom and teammate Cody Schmouder in second and third.
Canton's 4x100 relay team of Mike May, Barnett, Lattimer and Brian Jannone won in 47.5.
Whitehead won the 300 hurdles in 48.7 followed by teammate Austin Dibble in second and Northern Tioga's Ben Williams in third. Binford won the triple jump in 38-feet, 4-inches followed by Lattimer and Cohick in second and third.
Williams won the 800 in 2:23 followed by teammate Keegan Wright in third.
Unruh won the discus in 142-feet, 2-inches followed by Kaleb Rice and Dziuba in second and third. Walker won the 200 in 24.4 followed by Cleveland and Schmouder.
Brennan Gleckner won the 3200 in 11.32.8 followed by Brooks Gleckner.
North Penn's 4x400 relay won in 3:50.6.
Wyalusing 79, Sayre 71
The Rams edged out an NTL track and field win Tuesday.
Sayre's 4x800 relay of Lorenzo Servedio, Andy Platt, Nick Sweet and Adam Moore won in 8:52.91.
Sayre's Marcos Velazquez won the 110 hurdles in 19.34 followed by Wyalusing's Ash Sollick and Sayre's Austin Willis.
Wyalusing's Jeremy Allyn won the shot put in 45-feet, 7-inches followed by Sayre's Mitchell Reilly and fellow Ram Dustin Brown in second and third.
Ram Ethan Ace won the 100 in 11.85 followed by Sayre's Nick Skerpon and Kyle Post.
Wyalusing's Aaron Woodruff won the 1600 in 4:47.52 followed by Sweet and Ram Zamien Benditt-Parkes. Wyalusing's Tim Ace won the long jump in 20-feet, 1/2-inch followed by Post and Skerpon in second and third.
Moore won the 400 in 54.63 followed by teammate Brad Hatch and Wyalusing's Tim Kelley.
Ram Jonah Shotwell won the javelin in 163-feet, 11-inches followed by teammates Allyn and Clint Crawford. Sayre's Lucas Murphy won the pole vault at 12-feet followed by Wyalusing's Dustin Kaufmann and Marcos Velazquez in second and third.
Wyalusing's 4x100 relay team of Ryan Davis, Tim Ace, Matt Woodruff and Ethan Ace won in 46.67. Sollick won the 300 hurdles in 49.19 followed by Sayre's Juan Velazquez and Willis in second and third.
Servedio won the 800 in 2:09.10 with Matt Woodruff second and Moore third. Skerpon won the 200 in 24.10 followed by Post and Ethan Ace in second and third.
Benditt-Parkes won the 3200 in 11:40.77 followed by Platt and Servedio. Sayre's Jeremy Kyc won the high jump in 5-feet, 10-inches followed by Wyalusing's Lucas Jennings and Dave Fassett in second and third.
Allyn won the discus in 134-feet, 2-inches followed by Sayre's Reilly and Josh Wolcott in second and third.
Wyalusing's 4x400 relay of Tim Kelley, Tim Ace, Brandon Kelley and Aaron Woodruff won in 3:44.52.
Sayre's Joey Galizia won the triple jump in 41-feet, 2-inches followed by Marcos Velazquez in third.