Ticonderoga’s Martin Glazer takes the baton from teammate Ryan Price during Champlain Valley Athletic Conference track and field action. Ti defeated EKMW, 77-56, April 26.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
Record broken in Sentinel victory
Jay Hebert set a league and section record as he led Ticonderoga to a 77-56 win against the combined Elizabethtown-Keene-Moriah-Westport team in Champlain Valley Valley Athletic Conference boys track and field action April 26.
Hebert, who shared the CVAC and Section VII record for the 110-meter high hurdles, was timed in 14.2 seconds to set a new record in the event. Hebert recorded a hand-held time of 14.5 last year, which matched the electronic mark of 14.74 seconds set by Plattsburgh High's Charles Belton in 1997.
Hebert also won the 200-meter sprint and ran a leg on the winning 1,600 relay team.
Shawn Silliman won the 400 hurdles, ran a leg on the winning 3,200-meter relay team and ran a leg on the winning 1,600 relay team.
Javeed Nazir won the 800 run and Tyler Belden won the 1,600 run. They joined Silliman and Ben Karkoski on the winning 3,200 relay squad. Karkoski also ran a leg on the winning 1,600 relay.
Josh Ross won the shot and discus for the Sentinels.
Marcus Moser ran a leg on the winning 1,600 relay.
EKMW won the girls meet, 79-34.
Courtney Shaner won the 100-meter hurdles and the long jump for the Sentinels.
Tabitha Taylor won the 800-meter run, Abigail Gurney took the shot and Delaney Bush claimed the discus for the locals.
Ticonderoga 8, Saranac Lake 1
Ticonderoga downed Saranac Lake, 8-1, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play April 26.
Jordan McKee allowed one run, striking out two, as she hurled the Sentinels to victory.
Ti scored eight runs on just seven hits, taking advantage of Saranac Lake control issues.
Moriah 11, NCCS 8
Moriah defeated Northeastern Clinton, 11-8, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play April 26.
The Vikings only had six hits, but scored 11 runs with the help of 11 NCCS errors.