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DeLany still undefeated, Flaitz rules the 400, Argentari wins two races

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From Hornell Track and Field

Brennan DeLany, pictured in actio won all four of his events at the LCAA Track and Field Championships to conclude his undefeated streak in league competition this season. Brennan finishes the season as the only LCAA Champion in four individual events and as an LCAA D-1 All-Star in five events.

Brennan won the 110m Hurdles with a personal best time of 15.14, the Long Jump with a personal best leap of 21-05.5, the Pole Vault with a personal best, and NYS Super Standard performance, of 13-07, and the Triple Jump with a leap of 43-0.25.

Wyatt Argentieri outsprinted the competition in the 100m (11.54) and 200m (23.12), both personal best performances, to finish as the LCAA’s best sprinter and the Division 1 All-Star in both events.

Jacob Phillips took second in the 400m Hurdles with a personal best run of 1:00.25. He also finished fourth in the Triple Jump with a personal best leap of 38-04.75.

Kellen Crowe placed fourth in the 200m with a personal best of 24.50 as well.

The Boys 1600m Relay team of Argentieri, Crowe, Phillips, and Nathan Wise were the LCAA Champions with a time of 3:39.01, the fasters time run by a Boys 4x400m since 2013. 

The Boy’s 400m Relay team of Xzavier Patrick, Ramsey Dean-Prince, Crowe, and Argentieri finished in fourth place overall in a time of 46.41 in a very close race between the LCAA’s best relays.

For the Girls, Elaina Flaitz won the 400m Hurdles in a season’s best time of 1:06.38 to claim the LCAA crown in an event she has dominated all season and placed second in the 100m Hurdles (16.99) and the High Jump (4-11). 

Selena Maldonado won the Long Jump to claim the LCAA Championship with a leap of 17-06.25. Her jump also broke the old school record set in 2011. Selena also placed second in the 200m (27.03) and the Triple Jump m(33-06.25).

Elaina finished the season as the LCAA D-1 All-Star in three events: High Jump, 100m Hurdles, and 400m Hurdles, while Selena is an All-Star in the Long Jump and the 200m.

Ella White placed third in the 100m (13.33) and in the 200m.

Elisa Bodin was fourth in the 3000m Run (12:02.28)

And Silvia Carretto took 6th in the 800m Run with a new best time of 2:32.69.

The Girls’ 400m Relay team of Riley Harwood, Maldonado, White, and Flaitz continued their dominance in the LCAA as well winning the race in 51.49.

While the 1600m Relay team of Harwood, Bodin, White, and Carretto placed 6th with a time of 4:44.88.

“In addition to cementing All-Star status within our division and winning LCAA Championships in the league overall, the Boy’s and Girl’s teams set a number of personal and season’s best performances, new school records, and improved their seeding positions for the Section V Championship. Brennan achieved the NYS Super Standard in the Pole Vault and narrowly missed another in the 110m Hurdles by .02. Elaina has in the NYS Provisional Standard and is closing in on the NYS Super Standard in the 400m Hurdles, while Selena has the NYS Provisional Standard in the Long Jump, but is just .75” off the Super Standard. The goal is to continue this upward trend, hit peak performance over the next two weeks, and hit the NYS Super Standards, which secure our athletes a spot in the NYS Championships.”

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