High schools: Mohonasen’s Zionna Perez-Tucker sets school mark of 39.59 in 300-meter dash

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Mohonasen’s Zionna Perez-Tucker set a school record in winning the 300-meter dash girls’ invitational division on Sunday at the Stanner Games in New York.

Perez-Tucker won the event in 39.59 seconds. Besides setting a school record, Perez-Tucker’s time is the second-fastest in Section II and New York state history.

Perez-Tucker also won the 55 dash in 7.29 seconds.

Niskayuna’s Isabella Martinez won the 300 dash girls’ varsity division in 45.21 seconds.

Mohonasen’s Lexi Brown broke her own school record in the long jump with a leap of 16 3/4. Brown finished fourth.

On the boys’ side, Niskayuna’s Julian Franjieh captured the 3,200 run invitational division in 9:24.89.

SCOTIA BOYS, BALLSTON SPA GIRLS VICTORIOUS

The Scotia-Glenville boys and the Ballston Spa girls won the Tri County Indoor Track League 6EF meet at Hudson Valley Community College.

Scotia-Glenville finished with 81 points, 14 more than La Salle Institute. Winning for the Tartans were Cameron Lemp in the 300-meter (41.2 seconds), Tyler Greene in the 3,200 run (10:00.9) and Aleksey Falcon in the long jump (16-5). Scotia-Glenville won the 800 and 3,200 relays.

Other individual winners were Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk in the 55 dash (7.1 seconds), Broadalbin-Perth’s Rylee VanAlstine in the 600 run (1:38.3) and Dylan Tyler in the 55 hurdles (8.8), Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake’s Matthew Rounds in the 1,000 run (2:50.9) and the 1,600 run (4:48.5) and Shane McClernan in the high jump (5-3), Averill Park’s John Knasick-O’Neill in the pole vault (10-6) and La Salle’s Daniel Amasha in the shot put (39-11).

The Ballston Spa girls had 100.5 points, 14 more than Averill Park. Winning for the Scotties were Harriett Healey in the 300-meter dash (44.0 seconds) and the 1,000 run (3:19.0), Ballston Spa’s 3,200 relay also won.

Other individual winners were Averill Park’s Abigail Wicks in the 55 dash (7.4 seconds) and 600 run (1:50.2), Elizabeth Daly in the high jump (34-6), Dayna Densmore in the pole vault (7-0) and Marisa Mazzaco in the long jump (14-9) and triple jump (32-3 1/5), Katie Cronin in the 1,500 run (5:28.3), Broadalbin-Perth’s Emma Frasier in the 3,000 run (12:48.2), Schuylerville’s Nikki Stark in the 55 hurdles (10.1) and Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk’s Uchenna Uba in the shot put (31-6). Scotia-Glenville won the 800 relay.

SHAKER GIRLS WIN

The Shaker girls’ indoor track team won the Tri County Indoor Track League 6D meet at Hudson Valley Community College. The Blue Bison had had 113 points, 41 more than second-place Greenwich. Individual winners for the Blue Bison were Leonni Griffin in the 600 (1:44.0) and the 1,000 runs (3:14.5), Kaleigh Higgins in the 1,500 (4:59.2) and 3,000 runs (10:51.4) and Leana Sousa in the 300 dash (47.7 seconds). Shaker won the 800 and 1,600 relays.

Other individual winners were Albany Leadership’s Kimora Wiggins in the 55 dash (7.8 seconds), Maple Hill’s April Jacobs in the 55 hurdles (9.6 seconds), Greenwich’s Alyssa Spiezio in the high jump (4-8) and Molly Abate in the triple jump (27-11 1/2), Tamarac/Hoosick Falls’ Jenna Hunt in the pole vault (7-6), Granville’s Nicole Arnhold in the long jump (13-9) and Shenendehowa’s Alexa Dochat in the shot put (30-11). Bethlehem captured the 3,200 relay.

Tamarac/Hoosick Falls edged Shaker 92-91.5 to win the boys’ division.

Individual winners were Shenendehowa’s Zane Ives 55 dash (6.7 seconds) and Evan Collette in the shot put (42-11 1/5), Maple Hill’s Benjamin Brewer in the 300 dash (41.6), Bethlehem’s Godron Su in the 600 run (1:31.9), Ezra Winston in the 1,000 run (2:54.4), Howard Vargas in the 3,200 run (11:26.1) and Matti Levasalmi in the pole vault (15-0), Tamarac/Hoosick Falls’ John Clinton in the 1,600 run (5:05.4) and Antony Bartlett in the long jump (18-9 1/2) and triple jump (37-6), Berne-Knox-Westerlo’s Arlan Wright in the 55 dash (9.6) and Granville’s Timothy Pratt in the high jump (5-3).

Bethlehem won the 1,600 and 3,200 relays. Shaker captured the 800 relay.

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