NEB tops Sayre; Canton, Athens pick up wins.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | April 5, 2013 | Photo courtesy The Review

 

2013 Athens vs. Wellsboro Boys TrackSAYRE - Northeast Bradford defeated Sayre 82-66 in NTL boys' track and field action Thursday.

The Panthers swept the 1600 as Curt Jewett won in 4:40.5 followed by Sam Williams and Brandon Devonshire. Northeast's Colton Snyder won the 400 in 54.4 with Sayre's Adam Moore second and Panther Sam Beers third.

Northeast's 4x100 relay of Isaiah McPherson, AJ Jampo, James Zajac and Snyder won.

Sayre's Austin Willis edged teammate Juan Velazquez in the 300 hurdles by .1 with a time of 53.3 to win.

Jewett won the 800 in 2:12.3 followed by Sayre's Lorenzo Servedio and Nick Sweet. Redskin Nick Skerpon won the 200 in 23.9 followed by McPherson and Moore.

Williams won the 3200 in 10:30.2 followed by Sweet and Panther Ben Horton. Panther foursome Devonshire, McPherson, Williams, and Jewett won the 4x400 in 3:51.1.

Sayre's Mitchell Reilly won the shot put in 40-feet, 11-inches followed by Northeast's Zach Darling second and Alan Vough third. Vough won the discus in 108-feet, 9-inches while Reilly was second and fellow Panther Andy Seeley took third.

Seeley won the javelin in 130-feet, 3-inches followed by Zajac and Sayre's Al Bodolus. Zajac won the high jump in 5-feet, 6-inches followed by teammates Devonshire and Seeley.

Sayre's Marco Velazquez won the pole vault in 10-feet with teammates Dan Nash and Garrett Weaver second and third.

Zajac won the long jump in 20-feet, 2-inches followed by Marcos Velazquez and Kyle Post in second and third.

Sayre's Joey Galizia won the triple jump in 39-feet, 7-inches with Post second and Marcos Velazquez third.

Northeast won the 3200 relay in 8:55.5 with a team of Horton, Williams, Jewett and Snyder.

Juan Velazquez won the 110 hurdles in 21.1 followed by Willis with Northeast Bradford's Cole Beckwith in third.

McPherson won the 100 in 12.1 with Skerpon second and Jampo in third.

Canton 79, Troy 67

In the 4x800 relay Canton's team of Eddie Larcom, Brennan Gleckner, Jacob Williams and Brooks Gleckner won in 9:09.1.

In the 110 hurdles Troy's Josh Purcell won in 15.9 followed by Canton's Chris Whitehead and Michael Bacon. Canton's Theron Binford won the long jump in 18-feet, 6 3/4-inches followed by teammate Jesse Lattimer while Troy's Robin Vanhoutte took third.

Canton's Will Unruh won the shot put in 43-feet with Troy's Christ Westerfer and Adam Watson second and third.

Purcell won the 100 in 11.8 with teammate Greg Ellsworth second while Binford took third. Canton's Austin Bunner won the high jump in 6-feet with Lattimer second and Troy's Thomas Swain third.

Troy's Shane Miller won the 1600 in 5:02 followed by Williams and Brennan Gleckner. Brendan Cohick won the pole vault in 9-feet.

Unruh won the discus in 143-feet followed by Troy's Layton Calkins and Watson. Binford won the triple ump in 38-feet, 1-inch followed by teammates Mike May and Whitehead in second and third. Larcom won the 400 in 53.3 with Westerfer and Troy's Trevor Hodge second and third.

Canton's team of May, Noah Barnett, Lattimer and Brian Jannone won in 47.7.

Purcell won the 300 hurdles in 43.1 with Bacon and Canton's Austin Dibble second and third. Larcom won the 800 in 2:10.5 followed by Hodge and Troy's Eli Laue.

Calkins won the javelin in 112-feet, 2-inches followed by Canton's Max Brenchley and Quinn Abercrombie. Ellsworth won the 200 in 24.7 followed by Westerfer and Barnett.

Vanhoutte won the 3200 in 11:05 with teammate Zack Schonher second and Brooks Gleckner third.

Troy's 4x400 relay of Hodge, Westerfer, Ellsworth and Josh Purcell won in 3:45.6.

Athens 83, Wellsboro 67

ATHENS - The Wildcats picked up an NTL win Thursday.

Austin Depew was a 4-time winner for Athens winning the triple jump, 100, long jump and 4x100 relay.

Nick Pane won the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles for the Wildcats while Ryan Krekenbohm won the discus and shot put.

Wellsboro's Jordan Jackson won the 400, 3200, 4x800 relay and 800.

No other results are available due to an error with Athens' scoring system.

South Williamsport 80, North Penn 35

The Panthers fell to the Mountaineers Thursday.

North Penn's JJ Walker won the 400 in 54.6 and Dallas Dziuba won the high jump in 6-feet.

Dzuiba was also second in the shot put and third in the discus.

Harley Kilmer took second in the 200, Jacob Spring was second in the high jump while Ben Jackson was second in the javelin. Jackson also took third in the pole vault.

North Penn hosts Canton and Northern Tioga Tuesday.