Monday-The boys track team finished 13th of 20 teams and the girls 18th of 23 at the Queensbury Invy Saturday. Nora Colin placed 15th of 39 jumpers in the triple jump. Allison Ryder who competed the night before at the Shen Invy and finished 3rd in discus had an outstanding day picking up a 8th place in the shot and 1st in the disc against 40 other throwers. Her throw guaranteed Allie a trip to the New York State Meet in June. It also sets the new school record at 122’5″.
Tuesday- No news Rain
Wednesday- No news Rain
Thursday-The girls track team was 8th and the boys were 9th at the WASAREN championships. The league has 15 teams competing in it. Everyone was at the top of their game and had many personal best performances. The girls and boys 4×400 teams were 6th with the girls getting 6th in the 4×800 and the boys 3rd. Rylie Kells and Adison Colin were 8th in the 200.Collin Douglas took 6th in the 3200 and Cayla Hungerford was 7th in both the 800 and 1500.Nora Colins finished 8th in both the 400 and long jump and finished with 5th in the triple jump. Allison Ryder grabbed 5th in the shot and finished 1st in the discus making her the WASAREN girls Champion and All-Star.
The Girls modified softball team finally caught a break with the weather and traveled to Hoosic Valley Wednesday afternoon. Mia Lutz pitched 5 innings with 9 strikeouts and had one hit, scored one run. Erin Farrell had two hits, scored a run. Solid fielding by Mckenzie Krause and Sophie Ericson. Elise Corbett also pitched on her first game and had two putouts at home from a passed ball assisted by Sophie Ericson. Although Berlin came up short in the run column, they never gave up and scored 2 more runs in the 7th.