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The 2018 Glenn D. Loucks Games had many highlights, chief among them, the national record set by Katelyn Tuohy (North Rockland) in the 3200 Meter Run. One of six meet records set in 2018, her effort was the signature moment of the 2018 Games - if not the signature moment of the meet's fifty-one year history.

But prior to that, on Thursday, there were some outstanding races. Thomas Wilson's fast 400 meter leg (48.6) opened up a lead that was never relinquished, as Pearl River won the East Coast DMR (10:17.51). In the following race, Sarah Flynn's 4:57.231 anchor leg secured the win for a determined Ursuline squad, as they won the East Coast DMR in 12:13.80.


The first meet record of 2018 was set by Pearl River in the women's Open DMR (12:13.49), a time that was faster than the East Coast time (only the second time that that has happened).

Friday had beautiful weather and the athletes responded with fast times. From the first fifty meters of the race, one could sense that Katelyn Tuohy was about to do something special. "Something special" is an understatement! Her aforementioned national record had those in attendance standing in the bleachers. Her time of 4:45.946 for the first 1600 meters was similar to the time in which she won the Loucks Mile the next day (4:45.608). Perhaps more remarkable was the fact that her time for the second 1600 meters (5:02) would have placed in the Loucks Mile too.


Friday featured other great efforts. Carlon Hosten (Taft Educational) ran 21.19 for 200 meters, the second fastest time in Loucks history (topped only by Olympic gold medalist LaShawn Merritt in 2004). In the women's 200 meters, Anna Jordahl-Henry (Wellesley, MA) won a close race in 24.94 over Newtown's Carly Swierbut (24.97).
Sophomore Abdullahi Hassan of Toronto's Birchmount Park won the 800 Meters in 1:52.23. In the women's race, the first athlete from State College High School (PA), Esther Seeland, won in a fine 2:10.47. 

This year's version of the famed Loucks 3200 Meters had six runners break the 9:00 barrier, with a pair of athletes from St Anthony's High School on Long Island, Mason Gatewood (8:55.00) and Matthew Payamps (8:56.06) leading the pack. 

In the field, Samantha Morillo (Valhalla, NY) won the Shot Put (44' 3.25"), the first of her three victories. CJ Licata of Gill St Bernard (New Jersey) won the Shot Put (63' 2.5") by over four feet. 

 

Saturday morning’s first event, the Nick Panaro 4 x 800 had Pearl River set a meet record (7:58.64). One of the meet’s most exciting races, the Loucks Mile was a battle between several athletes, with Colton Bogucki (Loudoun Valley, VA) topping Alex Mocarski (Fairfield Warde, CT) 4:14.64 to 4:14.69. In the women’s race, Tuohy captured her second trophy of the meet in a fine time of 4:45.61.

At about the same time that Tuohy was crossing the line, Kaeli Thompson (Warwick Valley) set a meet record with a 12’ 7” effort in the Pole Vault. Meanwhile Anna Jordahl-Henry won her second trophy with a 5’ 6” leap in the High Jump.

CJ Licata won his second trophy with a monster toss of 184’ 3” in the Discus. Finally, after winning the morning Javelin (117’ 3”), Samantha Morillo became the meet’s second person to win three individual events at the same meet when she outdistanced the competition with a meet record 145’ 7” throw in the Discus.

 

With her victory in the Pentathlon 800 Meters (2:28.72), New Rochelle’s Olivia Morgan set a new meet record (3406 points). Her other efforts were 14.79 (100 HH), 4’ 9” (High Jump), 36’ 1.5” (Shot put) and 17’ 7” (Long Jump). It was her third straight victory in the event!

 

Team Scores:

Combined Score:

 

North Rockland      46.4

Brentwood              37  

Saratoga Springs    34

Valhalla                   31

Northport               28

 

Men Score:

 

Cardinal Hayes         36

Hunterdon Central   28.333

St Anthony’s             26

Taft Educational       24

Northport                 22

 

 

Women Score:

 

North Rockland     40.4

Wellesley               34

New Rochelle        33      

William Floyd        32

Valhalla                 30

 

 

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Three great days of weather (May 9-11) allowed the 2019 Glenn D. Loucks Games to have several outstanding performances.

 

On Thursday, our two inaugural East Coast Sprint Medley Relays were held, with Bronxville winning the men’s race in a time of 3:30.21, while the women’s race was won by Suffern in 4:05.63. In the women’s East Coast Distance Medley, two powerhouse teams Saratoga Springs (NY) and Portsmouth (RI) squared off, with the New Yorkers winning in a fast time of 11:54.24.

On Friday, Anthony Brodie (Columbus HS, The Bronx) won the 200 meters (21.50), the first of two victories for him this year. Matthew Payamps (St Anthony’s) won the 3200 meters in a fine time 8:52.30 (one of five runners under 9:00). In a close competition, Zach Love (The Dalton School) won the Long Jump 24’ 3.25” over Justin Forde (Brien McMahon, Brien McMahon, Norwalk, CT)) 24’ 1.5”, while in the Shot Put, Nolan Landis of Madison, Ohio broke the 60’ barrier, with a fine toss of 60’ 5.25”.

For the women, on Friday, junior Marlee Starliper of Northern (Dillsburg, PA) ran the second fastest time in meet history (as well as a state record for Pennsylvania) with a fast time of 9:54.75 for 3200 meters. In the 200 meters, Junior Mia D’Ambrosio (Schalmont of Schenectady) won a close race over Brianna White (Bishop Loughlin - Brooklyn), 24.58 to 24.61. In one of the best races of the year, in the 800 meters, sophomore Makayla Paige of Tewksbury (MA) used a monster kick to win a close race over Maggie Smith of Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2:10.31 to 2:10.91. Junior Nicole Anderson (Billerica, MA) was a close third with a time of 2:10.95. It was that close!

On Saturday, the great performances continued. In the morning, in the 110 High Hurdles preliminaries, Sincere Rhea of St. Augustine (NJ), set a meet record (13.81). His afternoon winning performance in the finals (13.62) was wind aided. Not to be outdone, in the 100 High Hurdles, Chibugo Obichere (Valley Stream South, NY) set a meet record, too (13.80). Both will be Penn State freshmen next year.

Also, in the morning, junior Katelyn Tuohy (North Rockland) ran the second fastest time in meet history (4:46.24) for a pure mile – fourth fastest using converted times. In the men’s Mile, Matt Rizzo (Bronxville) won his second of three trophies, winning in 4:15.38 (he had anchored the winning SMR on Friday, and a few hours later, would anchor the victorious 4X800).

The field events dominated the afternoon. Justin Forde’s 50’ 9” triple jump was the fourth longest in meet history. Maine’s Travis Snyder (Thornton HS) cleared the bar with a 15’ 6” effort (tied for fifth best in meet history). Ian Hall, a sophomore from Rogers HS, RI), set the meet record in the javelin, when he launched a 203’ 2” throw. Much of the meet’s excitement centered around the men’s discus, where local sensation, Anthony Harrison (Ramapo) set the meet record with a toss of 195’ 7”, topping Ohio’s Nolan Landis 191’ 10”.  In the women’s discus, Kira Lindner (Horace Greeley) threw 135’ 7”, good for the sixth longest in meet history.

Alissa Braxton destroyed the meet record in the triple jump by almost a foot, when she leaped 42’ 0.25”. Her effort was a new junior record in New York State. Nadia Saunders (North Rockland, NY) was second with an effort of 41’ 4” – the second longest in meet history. She is also a junior. The 2020 Triple Jump should be an exciting one!

In 2018 Brooke Rauber (Tully, NY) ran the second fastest time in meet history in the steeplechase (6:51.03). This year, she bested her effort, running 6:48.43, now the second fastest time.

Finally, it took Pittsburgh’s Jayla Ellis (Oakland Catholic, Pittsburgh, PA) two days, but it was well worth it, as her 3,570 in the pentathlon set a meet record by over 100 points. She started the record assault by running 14.37 in the hurdles. Then she finished Friday’s events when she high jumped 1.68m (5’ 6”).  Saturday she long jumped 5.37m (17’ 7.50”), threw the Shot Put 9.13m (29’ 11.50”) and ran the 800m in 2:31.31.

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The 2018 Glenn D. Loucks Games had many highlights, chief among them, the national record set by Katelyn Tuohy (North Rockland) in the 3200 Meter Run. One of six meet records set in 2018, her effort was the signature moment of the 2018 Games - if not the signature moment of the meet's fifty-one year history.

But prior to that, on Thursday, there were some outstanding races. Thomas Wilson's fast 400 meter leg (48.6) opened up a lead that was never relinquished, as Pearl River won the East Coast DMR (10:17.51). In the following race, Sarah Flynn's 4:57.231 anchor leg secured the win for a determined Ursuline squad, as they won the East Coast DMR in 12:13.80.


The first meet record of 2018 was set by Pearl River in the women's Open DMR (12:13.49), a time that was faster than the East Coast time (only the second time that that has happened).

Friday had beautiful weather and the athletes responded with fast times. From the first fifty meters of the race, one could sense that Katelyn Tuohy was about to do something special. "Something special" is an understatement! Her aforementioned national record had those in attendance standing in the bleachers. Her time of 4:45.946 for the first 1600 meters was similar to the time in which she won the Loucks Mile the next day (4:45.608). Perhaps more remarkable was the fact that her time for the second 1600 meters (5:02) would have placed in the Loucks Mile too.


Friday featured other great efforts. Carlon Hosten (Taft Educational) ran 21.19 for 200 meters, the second fastest time in Loucks history (topped only by Olympic gold medalist LaShawn Merritt in 2004). In the women's 200 meters, Anna Jordahl-Henry (Wellesley, MA) won a close race in 24.94 over Newtown's Carly Swierbut (24.97).
Sophomore Abdullahi Hassan of Toronto's Birchmount Park won the 800 Meters in 1:52.23. In the women's race, the first athlete from State College High School (PA), Esther Seeland, won in a fine 2:10.47. 

This year's version of the famed Loucks 3200 Meters had six runners break the 9:00 barrier, with a pair of athletes from St Anthony's High School on Long Island, Mason Gatewood (8:55.00) and Matthew Payamps (8:56.06) leading the pack. 

In the field, Samantha Morillo (Valhalla, NY) won the Shot Put (44' 3.25"), the first of her three victories. CJ Licata of Gill St Bernard (New Jersey) won the Shot Put (63' 2.5") by over four feet. 

 

Saturday morning’s first event, the Nick Panaro 4 x 800 had Pearl River set a meet record (7:58.64). One of the meet’s most exciting races, the Loucks Mile was a battle between several athletes, with Colton Bogucki (Loudoun Valley, VA) topping Alex Mocarski (Fairfield Warde, CT) 4:14.64 to 4:14.69. In the women’s race, Tuohy captured her second trophy of the meet in a fine time of 4:45.61.

At about the same time that Tuohy was crossing the line, Kaeli Thompson (Warwick Valley) set a meet record with a 12’ 7” effort in the Pole Vault. Meanwhile Anna Jordahl-Henry won her second trophy with a 5’ 6” leap in the High Jump.

CJ Licata won his second trophy with a monster toss of 184’ 3” in the Discus. Finally, after winning the morning Javelin (117’ 3”), Samantha Morillo became the meet’s second person to win three individual events at the same meet when she outdistanced the competition with a meet record 145’ 7” throw in the Discus.

 

With her victory in the Pentathlon 800 Meters (2:28.72), New Rochelle’s Olivia Morgan set a new meet record (3406 points). Her other efforts were 14.79 (100 HH), 4’ 9” (High Jump), 36’ 1.5” (Shot put) and 17’ 7” (Long Jump). It was her third straight victory in the event!

 

Team Scores:

Combined Score:

 

North Rockland      46.4

Brentwood              37  

Saratoga Springs    34

Valhalla                   31

Northport               28

 

Men Score:

 

Cardinal Hayes         36

Hunterdon Central   28.333

St Anthony’s             26

Taft Educational       24

Northport                 22

 

 

Women Score:

 

North Rockland     40.4

Wellesley               34

New Rochelle        33      

William Floyd        32

Valhalla                 30

 

 

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Since 1968, the Glenn D. Loucks Memorial Games in White Plains, NY has stood for excellence.  We are regarded by many as offering one of the top high school meets in the United States. In 2013 close to 2,987 competitors participated in the three-day meet.

Annually we receive teams from all across New York State (including New York City), Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. Internationally, over the years, competitors have joined us from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Quebec and Bermuda.

 

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