<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> 2013 Snowflake Classic

Snowflake Classic

Tufts March 30, 2013

 

Team Score - 12th with 28 points

 

Full Results

 

 

 

Amherst Results

5000 Charlie Reighard 15:08.50 2
5000 Dillon Buckley 15:10.20 3
5000 KC Fussell 15;11.10 4
JAV Josiah Terrell-Perica 51.90 5
5000 Patrick Grimes 15:19.00 6
TJ Steve Hetterich 12.37 8
TJ Mark Cort 12.32 9
HAM Denzel Duncan 45.40 9
DIS Josiah Terrell-Perica 40.13 10
TJ Khalil Fleming 12.27 11
5000 Greg Turissini 15:40.60 11
SP Denzel Duncan 12.22 13
DIS Denzel Duncan 39.20 15
400H Lucas Lebovitz 62.75 15
1500 Romey Sklar 4:08.85 16
400 Mark Cort 52.12 18
400 Nick Codola 52.17 19
200 Javier Paulino 23.85 19
100 Khalil Fleming 11.63 21
400 Judd Liebman 52.76 22
800 Romey Sklar 2:02.69 22
HAM Josiah Terrell-Perica 36.44 22
100 Persie Gijima 11.67 24
800 Brent Harrison 2:04.64 24
100 Javier Paulino 11.68 25
800 Jeff Seelaus 2:06.36 28
100 Ralph Washington 11.73 28
400 Steve Hetterich 53.70 29
1500 Jeff Seelaus 4:17.83 30
200 Ralph Washington 24.21 30
800 Nick Codola 2:07.96 31
200 Persie Gijima 24.25 32
800 Eli Howe 2:08.74 32
1500 Matt Woop 4:20.45 34
800 Nick Ellenoff 2:10.19 35
800 Matt Woop 2:10.50 36
1500 Eli Howe 4:23.39 37
400 Dennis Kennelly 54.92 40
1500 Lucas Lebovitz 4:24.41 40
800 Cole Hawkins 2:07.61 44
200 Dennis Kennelly 24.81 45
1500 Nick Ellenoff 4:30.71 46
400 Alex Durkee 55.90 49
1500 Cole Hawkins 4:34.16 51
400 Wrenford Thaffe 58.69 54
4x100 Gijima,Washington Fleming,Paulino 44.84 9

 

 

Performer of the Meet: Charlie Reighard and Denzel Duncan

The men headed to Tufts to open up the outdoor portion of the track & field season. Fortunately the name of the meet - Snowflake Classic - did not have anything to do with the weather, and the 50 degree day and sunny conditions were most welcome, especially with the conditions as of late. There were well over 20 teams competing - a bit larger than the meet had been the previous year - and the men would ultimately finish 12th overall, though there was no concern about the scoring as we were most focused on competing and seeing where people were at. With a solid week of training and strength building under the belts, the legs were a bit tired but despite the early season fatigue, the guys did a great job of getting after it. The 5k was the big point getter as Charlie Reighard, Dillon Buckley, KC Fussell and Pat Grimes would finish 2,3,4 and 6 and post some great opening times with Charlie hitting a new PR in 15:08 and the others in 15:10,11 and 19. Josiah Terrell-Perica launched the javelin to a DIII NE mark and new PR of 51.90 meters while placing 5th, and then just missing the mark in the discus where he grabbed 10th. Denzel Duncan returned to track and wasted no time in picking up where he left off, as he grabbed 9th in the Hammer - hitting a DIII NE mark of 45.64m (149 feet), and then also got to a new PR in the discus as well, and had a 40 foot toss in the shot put to stay busy. In the triple jump, Steve Hetterich, Mark Cort and Khalil Fleming all had a good opening series of jumps with everyone well over 40 feet and Steve grabbing the final scoring spot in 8th place. Prior to the jumping, Khalil would first, prove to be the fastest Amherst sprinter on the team with his 11.63 and then would join with Percie Gijima, Ralph Washington and Javy Paulino to finish 9th in the 4x100 in a time of 44.84. Javy came back strong in the 200 to lead the team there with a 23.85. Mark set his new 400 PR by running 52.12 with classmate Nick Codola coming in just on his heels in 52.17, with Judd Liebman also dipping under 53 seconds. Romey Sklar would post the top time in the both the 1500 and the 800 for the team as he ran 4:08 to finish 16th, and then came back on short rest to grab 22nd in 2:02 in the 800.