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Indoor Track 2015 - 2016


Indoor State Banquet: Monday, February 29th, 6:00 p.m., Padua
Form must be completed and returned to Megan Baker by Feb. 24th.
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Next N5CTA Coaches Meeting: POSTPONED! Next meeting is re-scheduled for Tuesday, February 16th, 7 p.m. at Salesianum.





Indoor Honor Roll: Athletic.net


February 6
DIAA State Championship Meet, Landover, MD
Padua Girls/Salesianum Boys Take Team Titles!
Girls' Highlights:
Despite winning only 3 events and suffering disqualifications in the open 400m and 4 x 400m (costing them 18 points), the Pandas depth was too much for runner-up Smyrna (133.5-100), and the rest of the state. Their wins on the track came from sophomore Lydia Olivere, a double winner for the Pandas in the 1600m and 3200m, enduring pressure from Tower Hill's Isabelle Pilson/5:02.99 and Newark's Rachel Beston/5:06.14 in the 16 and then Beston/11:02.32 again along with Keelin Hays/11:06.29 in the 3200m. Olivere posted impressive marks in both events - 1600m/4:59.91 and 3200m/10:57.61 - #5 and #9 All Time and a Sophomore Class Record in the 3200m!  The only other victory for Padua was in the Pole Vault, with Darby Deutsch leading a Panda sweep vaulting 11-00, tying #5 All Time! Her teammates Kelly Muschiatti (11-00) and Camryn Harris (10-06) placed second and third.

Middletown's Daija Lampkin was the sprint star, sweeping all three sprint events, 55m/7.04, 200m/25.22, and 400m/56.42! Her 400m is now #2 All Time!

Micaiah Dendy, of St. Georges, was the winner in both horizontal jump events winning the Long Jump in 17-02.25, followed by the Triple Jump in 36-09.25. The Triple Jump was unusual in that 3 girls tied for the leading mark (Dendy, Shantell Kargbeh/Smyrna and Arryana Daniels/Padua), determining place with their second best effort.

The High Jump champion was also from St. Georges - Victoria Shepard/5.00.
Delcastle's Sherita Lowman won the 55mH in 8.38. 

Smyrna's Myrissa McFolling-Young continued her season-long domination in the Shot Put, taking the win with a throw of 38-08.25.

In the relays, Smyrna took both sprint relays while the girls from Tatnall won the 4 x 800m (#10 All Time/8:11.50).

Boys' Highlights:
Behind a dominant 68 points in the distance events, the boys from Sallies took the team title over runner-up Dover and third place Glasgow - 100/78/53.
Led by senior Andrew Hally, who won both the 1600m and the 800m and was runner-up in the 3200m, their depth in the distance events went unmatched anywhere else on the field and track. Hally and three teammates, Colin Parker, John Walker, and George Steinhoff, posted a sweep in the 1600m (Hally/4:26.63, Walker/4:27.10, and Steinhoff/4:29.92) and the 800m (Hally/1:59.95, Parker/2:00.88, and Walker/2:00.94), while going 2-3-4 in the 3200m (Hally/9:50.05, Steinhoff/9:52.45, and Walker/9:55.33). None could catch a fresh Kevin Murray (Charter) in the 3200m who went wire-to-wire in 9:28.32. Sallies also picked up key points in the Pole Vault placing 1-2 (Matthew Kosciwicz/13-02.00 and Noah Bale/12-06.00).

Glasgow's Ja'saan Cunningham was the short sprint champion winning the 55m/6.51 and the 200m/22.99 and anchoring his team's winning 4 x 200m.

Howard's Edwin Rosembert, runner-up in the 55m, was the 400m champion (50.85), out-leaning Charter sophomore Roy Lee.

Delcastle's Justin Walls won the 55mH in 7.76, giving the Cougars a Girl/Boy sweep in that event.

A pair from AI duPont took championships in the field - Noah Agwu won the Shot Put in 52-06.75 in his final attempt, while teammate Tahaire Riley was victorious in the High Jump with 6-04.

The horizontal jumps were swept by Malachi Davis, a junior from Mount Pleasant, taking the Long Jump in 21-03 and the Triple Jump in 45-03.

In the relays, Glasgow took the 4 x 200m, Dover was the winner in an exciting 4 x 400m, and the boys from Tatnall won the 4 x 800m championship.

January 29 - 31
Ocean Breeze HS Invitational, Staten Island, NY (Caravel, Charter, Concord, DMA, Delcastle, Glasgow, Howard, Middletown, Newark, Sallies, Sanford, St. Mark's, Tatnall, Wm Penn)
Daija Lampkin is a Double Winner in NY - 55m/200m!
Salesianum Sets a New State Record in the 4 x 800m!
Lampkin, a junior from Middletown, ran 7.03 to win the 55m, then followed up with a Junior Class record winning the 200m in 24.20!
The team from Sallies (John Walker/2:01.91, George Steinhoff/2:04.22, Colin Parker/2:01.92, and Andrew Hally/1:59.01 ) finished second running a new record time of 8:06.04. The time is less than a half a second off the previous record, set by Sallies at last year's State Championship (8:06.49).
Marcus Perkins (Newark) was the winner in the High Jump - 6-02.00.
Noah Bale (Sallies) placed third in the Pole Vault with a personal best of 13-00.00.
Justin Walls (Delcastle) took 2nd in the 55mH - 7.77.
Rachel Beston (Newark) took 7th place in the Mile running #10 All Time - 5:12.03.
Tatnall's Keelin Hays was 7th in the 2 Mile running #8 All Time - 11:10.50.

Tower Hill Meet

DVGTCA Meet #6, Lehigh (Padua)
Christina Allen is the Winner in the Long Jump - 18-02.25!

January 21
Henlopen Conference Championships, Snow Hill, MD
Smyrna Girls/Dover Boys are Conference Champs!

January 15 - 17
DVGTCA Meet #4, Lehigh (Padua)
Padua Winners are: Mile/5:13.25 - Lydia Olivere; 4 x 200m/1:48.47; and Long Jump/17-05.25 - Christina Allen.

Bears HS Invitational, Collegeville, PA
Middletown's Daija Lampkin is a Double Winner at Ursinus (55m/200m) - #4 All Time in the 200m - 24.96!
Najiya Cornish (Ursuline) was runner-up in both events.
Smyrna's Myrissa McFolling-Young moves up to #8 All Time in the Shot Put, placing 2nd with 40-06.00! 
Padua junior, Camryn Harris, wins the pole vault in 11-00 - #5 All Time. Her teammate Kelly Muschiatti was second at the same height.
The boys from Howard won both sprint relays (4 x 200m/1:37.98, Edwin Rosembert, Yimika Ajao, Brandon Justin, & DomInince Miller-Wilmer and 4 x 400m/3:31.36, Rosembert, Justin, Ajao, & Ian Chege).


Yale Track Classic, New Haven, CT (Charter, Newark, Sallies, Tatnall)
Salesianum Wins the Championship Boys DMR Topping the All Time Performance List - 10:24.62!
Newark's Rachel Beston Places 7th in the Championship 3000m - 10:09.81, Keeping #5 All Time in Both Lists (3000m & 3200m converted)!
The boys from Sallies, John Walker, 1200/3:12.6, Colin Parker, 400m/53.8, George Steinhoff, 800m/2:00.0, and Andrew Hally, 4:19.0, were second for most the race. Hally took over the lead with about 600m to go, winning by a nearly 7 second margin over runner-up Germantown Friends (10:31.34). Charter placed 3rd in the same race, running the #4 All Time performance of 10:32.95 (Chris Avila, 1200m/3:18.3, Roy Lee, 400m/50.7, Coby Collins, 800m/2:04.7, and Kevin Murray, 1600m/4:19.3).
Charter's Murray also earned #4 All Time in the Championship 3000m - 8:54.39.
In the 800m, Sallies' Andrew Hally placed 5th in the Championship section. His time of 1:58.29 is #9 All Time. Teammates John Walker and Colin Parker were 7th and 9th in the same race (1:59.28 and 2:00.00).
Tatnall boys (Brendan Balthis, Michael Flanagan, Noah McFoy, and Brad Keen), placed 4th in the Over 600 Section of the 4 x 800m - 8:15.63.
Tatnall's Keelin Hays placed 7th in the Championship Mile - 5:14.96.

Golden Bear Invitational, Kutztown, PA (Archmere, Caravel, Delcastle, Mount, Sanford)
Delcastle Duo Takes Hurdles Titles!
Sherita Lowman (8.64) and Justin Walls (8:05) were the overall winners in the 2 heat finals.
Sanford's Larry Mathis was the winner in the 800m - 2:07.43.
Mount's Noah Lockwood was victorious in the Shot Put - 48-08.50.

January 13
Bayside League Meet #4, Snow Hill, MD

January 8 - 10
DVGTCA Meet #3, Haverford (Padua)
Padua's Lydia Olivere Wins the 3000m - 10:24.20. The Girls from Padua Also Finished First in the 4x400m - 4:08.46.

Montgomery Invitational, PG County Sportsplex (Cape, Newark, St. E's)
Newark's Rachel Beston Places 7th in the Invitational Mile - 5:12.16!

Ocean Breeze Freedom Games, Staten Island, NY (Howard)
Howard Tech's Edwin Rosembert Places 7th in the 300m, Clocking Delaware's #8 All Time - 36.04!

The Emblem Health Hispanic Games, The Armory, NYC (Archmere, Charter, Dover, Glasgow, St. Georges, Sallies, Wm Penn)
Salesianum's Andrew Hally Wins the Invitational 2 Mile at the Hispanic Games!
Hally's time of 9:19.89, for a full 2 Mile, is the #2 Delaware All Time performance, winning by nearly 8 seconds ahead of runner-up David Rosas (Don Bosco Prep).
Charter senior, Kevin Murray, placed 7th in the Invitational Mile, clocking the fastest of many strong Delaware performances in the event - 4:19.85 - #6 All Time. Salesianum's John Walker and George Steinhoff ran 4:22.53 and 4:24.36 respectively in an earlier section. 
Salesian's Matthew Kosciewicz placed 2nd in the varsity Pole Vault - 13-00.

N5CTA Winter Series Meet #2, Haverford, PA
Middletown's Daija Lampkin Runs 57.60 to Win the 400m - #6 All Time!
Lampkin, a junior, also won the 55m - 7.16.
Padua's Christina Allen was another double winner in individual events: 200m - 26.71, and Long Jump - 17-05.75.
Myrissa McFolling-Young (Smyrna) was the winner in the shot put with a solid 38' 11".
For the boys, Charter sophomore, Roy Lee, won two events for the Force - 200m - 24.04 and 400m - 52.72.
AI duPont's Noah Agwu took the Shot Put title throwing 53-09.75.

January 6
Bayside League Meet #3, Snow Hill, MD

January 3
N5CTA Winter Series Meet #1, Haverford, PA

January 2
Southern Maryland Indoor Track Classic (Concord, Dover, Smyrna, Wm Penn)

UMES Coach O HS Indoor Invitational (Cape, Delcastle, Dover, Wm Penn)

December 30
Ocean Breeze Holiday Festival, Staten Island, NY (Charter, Middletown)
Charter Boys Place 2nd in the DMR - 10:57.14 - #8 All Time!
Kevin Murray Takes 2nd in the 2 mile - 9:27.70 - #4 All Time!
In the relay, Kevin Murray led off with a speedy 3:10.8, followed by Mike Mattamira - 400m/55.4, Charlie Wilson - 800m/2:09.8, and Coby Collins 1600m/4:41.1.
Middletown's Daija Lampkin placed 2nd in the 55m - 7.24.

December 29
Marine Corps Holiday Classic, The Armory, NYC
Daija Lampkin (Middletown) Wins the Classic 55m in 7:03!
Although her time is the #3 All Time Delaware performance, she is the second Delaware athlete on the list (Danielle Bailey of Christiana has held the first two spots since 2001).

December 19
Bishop Laughlin Games, Staten Island, NY (AI, DMA, Padua, Sallies, Sanford, Tatnall, Friends)
Andrew Hally (Salesianum) Takes 2nd in the Mile, Clocking the #9 All Time Delaware Performance - 4:21.79!
Padua Finishes 5th to Run #10 All Time in the 4 x 200m - 1:45.53!
Tahaire Riley, of AI duPont won the High Jump - 6' 2"!
Noah Agwu, also of AI duPont, placed 3rd in the Shot Put - 51'6".
In the pole vault, a pair from Padua (Kelly Muschiatti and Darby Deutsch) took 7th and 8th, vaulting 11-00 and 10-06. Deutsch moves up two positions to #5 on the All Time List.

Dickinson College HS Holiday Invitational, Carlisle, PA (Caravel, St. Georges)

Maroon & Gold Invitational, Kutztown, PA (Archmere, Delcastle, Middletown, Mount, Newark, St. Mark's, Wm Penn)
HIGHLIGHTS:
Delcastle's Justin Walls won the 55mH - 8.05.
Middletown's Daija Lampkin won the 55m in 7:08 and the 200m - 25.17 - #7 All Time.
Glasgow's Ja'saan Cunningham won the 200m in 23.25 and placed 3rd in the 55m in 6:53.
Ronald Jones (Dover) was the winner in the 800m in 2:07.11.
Newark's Marcus Perkins won the High Jump in 6' 2".
Dover's Abrianna Dyer was the winner in the Long Jump - 16' 9".
Mount's Malachi Davis won the boys Long Jump in 21' 8".
The boys from Newark (Greg Biddle, Chidera Egaonu, Ryan Gerhart, & Brandon Smith) won the Distance Medley relay in 11:38.27 and the 4 x 400m (James Douglas, Curtis Biah, Karim Dunn & Egaonu) in 4:35.73.
Dover girls (Jada Bogle, Sara Miller, Abrianna Dyer, & Kristen Adkins), won the 4 x 400m in 4:23.72.


December 18
DVGTCA #2 (Padua)

December 16
Pat Russo Invitational, Snow Hill, MD

December 12
UMES High School Invitational, Princess Anne, MD (Cape)

Tower Hill Meet

Ursinus HS Invitational, Collegeville, PA
Dover Boys Take the Team Title Tallying 88.5 Points in a Field of 24 Teams.
Najiya Cornish (Ursuline) won the 200m, clocking the #6 All Time - 25:15.

Howard County Winter Festival, (Delcastle, Glasgow, Mt. Pleasant)
Mount Pleasant's Malachi Davis Placed 2nd in the Triple Jump, Leaping 46' 11" - #7 All Time!

December 9
Bayside League Meet #2, Snow Hill, MD

December 4
Bayside League Meet #1, Snow Hill, Maryland



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