• Today on DyeStat Feb 3, 2005
  • Rankings Updates - DyeStat Elite as of Feb 3 - more than 1,700 athletics and relays ranked this week. DyeStat Honor Roll as of Feb 3 - 478 athletes and relays performed better than DyeStat Elite cutoffs this week.
  • THIS WEEK - all the news from around the country. Virginia Tech is the deepest meet of the season -212 DyeStat Elite performances, with five US#1 marks. Ashley Muffet, North Canton OH, 46-04.50 SP US#1 at Akron HS Inv. Janine Davis 1:12.99 500m at MAC Open is a New Jersey state record. Jared Huske 7.86 60H US#1 in Kansas U. meet. Mallory Peck 12-6 PV US#3t in South Dakota. U-Washington has several high ranking marks, including Jackson WA jr Jeff Helmer 8:34.29 3000m US#1. Trindon Holliday 6.27 US#2 in Louisiana.
  • Boston Indoor Games - Laef Barnes and Aislinn Ryan win Junior Invitational miles.
  • Sanctioning Crisis - Non-member schools are guilty until proven innocent - 6th in a series

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News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending Feb 3
  • CO USATF All Comers - Mullen Denver CO sr Kira Robinson 8..01 55H US#2 at U. Colorado meet.
  • KS Jayhawk Invitational - Kansas U. - Jared Huske 7.86 60H US#1
    Boys - Highland Park KS sr Jared Huske doubled 6.96p 60m and 7.86p 60H US#1 and was second in the 200m. Nathaniel Hammand KS doubled 22.44 200m (Jared Huske 22.46) and 51.04 400m.
    Girls - Manhattan KS soph Deangela McDougald tripled 7.93 60m, 25.12 200m US#9 and 58.14 400m. Kayla Smith 42-0 SP US#8.
  • LA Bayou Bengal Inv - Second fastest 55m time of the season was turned in by Northeast Pride LA sr Trindon Holliday 6.27.
  • MA MSTCA Indoor Relays - Jan 22+30 - (Two classes postponed from 1/23 due to snowstorm). Newton North girls win five relays, boys four, to take team titles in two-weekend meet postponed by snow. Xaverian Bros boys lose by one, but 8:07.80 4x800 is US#9.

High jump duel at Massachusetts Coaches Relays carried both Newton North sr Jed Carpenter and Lexington soph Meiklee Paschal to 6 feet, 7 inches.


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  • MA Boston University Invitational - Old Town ME jr Cassie Hintz, the national high school season leader at 2 miles (10:40.94) ran 16:45.84 5000m against college runners, just off the national HS indoor record of 16:43.02 set by Brianna Jackucewicz at last year's National Scholastic Indoor Championships in New York. Home schooled prep Chantelle Dron runs 4:52.96 mile US#4. Revere MA sr Merzudin Ibric ran 22.11 200m US#4t. In elite action, Mark Carroll (1) beat Alan Webb in 3000 meters, 7:46.60 to 7:47.19 Friday night. Webb came back Saturday to win mile in 3:59.80.
  • MD PVTC Showcase - PG Sportsplex. - Georgetown Prep jr Stephen Duplinsky 9:20.35 3200m US#4.
  • MD Baltimore County Championships - Randallstown boys win team title despite 38 points from Woodlawn soph Dwight Parker. Parker won the 800, 1600, and 3200 within 90 minutes and anchored the 2nd place 4x400 relay on the flat, slippery Armory floor. Dulaney beat Woodlawn for the girls team title.
  • MD Southern Maryland Athletic Conference - Northern MD sr Ricky Moore 54-6 SP is best in Maryland this season.
  • MD Montgomery County Championships - Gaithersburg boys, Damascus girls win team titles. Doubles by Phobay Kutu-Akoi (7.22 and 41.17), Kimery Williams (36.00 and 1:07.37), Veronica Salcido (1:18.58 and 2:19.51), Halsey Sinclair (5:17.75, and 11:28.66), Kennedy girls (1:46.24 and 4:08.16).
  • NJ - Morris County Championships - Randolph wins boys title. Roxbury and Hanover Park tie for girls title. Jenn Ennis doubles 5:09.51 and 11:05.14. Alaina Alfano doubles 8.57 55H and 5-4. Kyle Osborne 56-5.75 SP.
  • NJ - Ed Grant's New Jersey Week - Anthony LaMastro and Danielle Tauro win Millrose Mile spots with performances at New Balance Games
  • NY -- Mayor's Cup - New York Armory. This is a New York City show, bringing together 160 schools from the three athletic associations in the city -- public, Catholic and independent.
    Francis Santos, Lehman NY, 33.95 300m US#2 - Terence Tuller, Mt. St. Michael, 46-01.00 US#5, Roje Robinson, Middle College, 46-00.00 US#7 TJ.
    Girls: Middle College 1:41.45 4x200, Adrenee Sterrett, Boys & Girls, 1:34.59 US#7 600m
    Team titles went to Msgr Farrell boys and Dewitt Clinton girls.
  • NY - Constantino Inv - Syracuse U. - Skaneateles sr Zandra Walton 2:57.34 1000m US#6 (Nicki Junod 2:58.16 US#8). Liverpool NY jr Ben White doubled 1:24.78 600m and 2:35.07 1000m.
  • NY - MAC Open - Queen of Peace NJ sr Janine Davis 1:12.99 500m, which is US#2 this season, US#6 all time, and a New Jersey state record.
  • NY -- Colgate Games semifinals - Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY
  • NV - U. Nevada Reno HS Invitational
  • NV - Pole Vault Summit - 40 athletes meet DyeStat Elite cutoffs for national ranking - Michael Morrison VA, Derek Scott CA, and Ryan Shuler CA tie for US#1 ranking with 16-2 jumps - four girls clear 12-6 - Granite Bay CA pair combine for 32 feet.
  • PA Week by Don Rich - Nicole Smith, McDowell triples: 18-11.50 US#6 LJ, 5-06 HJ, 8.65 55H @ Slippery Rock HS Inv - Same track, next day, Max Brown, North Allegheny 8:48.7 US#6. Jake Walker, Ellwood City 8:49.2 US#8 3000
  • OH -- University of Akron HS Indoor #1 - Ashley Muffet, North Canton OH, 46-04.50 SP US#1 - Alex Henson, Penn Hills, PA 8.21 60H US#5
  • OH -- Kent State High School Open #1 - Nick Panezich, Austintown, 61-03.50 SP US#3 - Montel Williamson, West Mifflin PA, 6.48 55m, 22.15 200 US#6 - Christina Madison, jr, Elyria OH 7.25 55m, 8.33 55H, 17-11 LJ
  • SD John Dalton Open - O'Gorman Sioux Falls SD sr Mallory Peck 12-6 PV, tied for third in the country.
  • UT Weber State Invitational - Viewmont UT sr Trevor Heiner 6-10 HJ US#3t.
  • VA -- Virginia Tech Invitational
    Deepest meet of the season

    212 DyeStat Elite performances, with five US#1 marks
    • US#1 performances:
      B-55m - Mt. Tabor NC sr J-Mee Samuels NC 6.24 (tying his own US#1 mark). He doubled in the 300m in 33.87 US#2.
      B-TJ - Granby VA sr Dionne McClain 49-2.75
      G-4x200 - Bethel VA girls 1:39.85
      G-55H - Western Baltimore MD jr Theresa Lewis 7.95
      B-55H - Douglas Freeman VA sr B.J. Revis 7.45 (ties Jared Huske KS). Virginia Tech had four of the top five marks in the country this season.
    • Also of note:
      Girls - St. Catherine's VA jr Katie Doswell doubles 1:15.04 500m US#4 and 2:52.38 1000m US#3. Hermitage VA jr Queen Harrison 39-11.25 TJ US#2. Eleanor Roosevelt MD 9:30.72 4x800 US#4. Lee Davis VA jr Kathy Howard 43-3.5 SP US#5. Detroit MI sr Porscha Ries 7.00 55m US#5. Western Albemarle VA jr Ashley Early VA 12-0 PV.
      Boys - Syosset NY sr Sean Tully 1:05.41 500m US#2. McDonogh School MD sr Tristram Thomas 9:23.36 3200m US#6. Eleanor Roosevelt MD 1:30.79 4x200 US#10.
  • VA Beach District - Doubles by Salem Virginia Beach jr Shamika Kentish (7.16 55m and 17-7.5 LJ), Landstown jr William Hughes (22-9 LJ 46-5.5), and Bayside jr Charles Clark (6.43 55m and 36.21 300m). Salem girls and Landstown boys win team titles.
  • WA U. Washington Open - Jackson WA jr Jeff Helmer ran 8:34.29 3000m for a new US#1 time. Auburn Riverside WA sr Jordan McNamara ran 8:37.83 US#4 in the same race. Curtis Tacoma sr Moreno Zapata beat collegians on Sunday with a 46-9 triple jump, 5th best HS jump of the season. Tigard OR sr Stephanie Horton 42-9.5 SP US#7.
  • WI Pioneer Open - UW-Platteville - Holy Family Chaska MN jr Bria Wetsch 10:12.31 3000m US#4.
Reebok Boston Indoor Games
Jan 29 Reggie Lewis Center, Boston
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the story in photos - John Dye's sequence album of Boston Indoor Games junior invitational miles


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Vic's Pix - Boston Indoor Games photos by Vic Sailer
Laef Barnes
Aislinn Ryan
Laef Barnes 4:13.61 and Aislinn Ryan 4:49.92 kick for junior mile wins
Foot Locker champs Aislinn Ryan and Ken Cormier met Olympic 10k champion Kenenisa Bekele at the press conference Friday.

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ESPN Coverage
Some people were less than thrilled with the ESPN coverage of the Boston Indoor Games, with 30 seconds out of 90 minutes devoted to the junior invitational miles. If you are one of these people, you can share your thoughts with ESPN at the following web site.


Sanctioning Crisis
Non-member schools are
guilty until proven innocent

  • The plain implication of the current sanctioning crisis is that no school which is not a member of its state association can be trusted -- guilty until proved innocent.
  • Athletes may miss the opportunity of a lifetime to compete at the fabled Penn Relays unless this mess gets settled soon.
  • Who are these people who will deny perfectly innocent youngsters such an opportunity? What is their record? Not a good one, as we shall recount.
  • A New York Federation official claims that he is just "enforcing the rule." But what rule? One that violates the constitution in so many ways a lawyer would have a hard time deciding which one to pursue.
  • Part 6 - More Background by Ed Grant
  • Sanctioning Crisis series index

Meet calendar updates -- We have updated our meet calendar for 2005 indoor and outdoor seasons. ATTN meet directors: If we missed your meet, send email to John Dye.

Nike Indoor
March 12-13, 2005
Nike Outdoor
June 17-18, 2005
Great American
Sept 24, 2005

Registration now open

Rocky Mountain Distance Summit
Feb 19 Colorado Springs
$90 ($50 for students) gets you Tim Broe, Shalane Flanagan, Brad Hudson, Jay Johnson, Jeff Johnson , Weldon Johnson, Kevin Sullivan, and Greg Weich -- plus lunch and Nike dri-fit shirt.



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THE NIKE LIST US leaders - 2005 indoor
J-Mee Samuels NC 6.24
Santana Lowery MS 6.90
Wayne Hobley LA 6.84
Tenille Wilson AL 7.52
Edino Steele NY and Bryant McCombs NJ 21.93
Sabrina Budai NY 24.31
Edino Steele NY 33.74
Francena McCorory VA 37.60
Clemore Henry NY 48.49
Nicole Leach PA 53.48
Afolabi Aromire MD 1:05.38
Devon Williams MD 1:11.44 USR
Lionel Williams NY 1:19.68
Janine Davis NJ 1:29.27 USR
Bryan Scotland NJ 1:53.32
Latavia Thomas PA 2:12.73
Bryan Scotland NJ 2:27.91
Janine Davis NJ 2:48.69
Ben White NY 4:00.9
Mary Liz McCurdy NY 4:44.4
Laef Barnes WA 4:12.11 c
Aislinn Ryan NY 4:48.12 c
Laef Barnes WA 4:13.61
Aislinn Ryan NY 4:49.92
Jeff Helmer WA 8:34.29
Aislinn Ryan NY 9:47.10
Daniel LaCava TX 9:11.36 c
Cassie Hintz ME 10:36.94 c
Daniel LaCava TX 9:14.86
Cassie Hintz ME 10:40.94
Jared Huske KS and B.J. Revis VA 7.45
Theresa Lewis MD 7.95
Jared Huske KS 7.86
Rokesha Williams MD 8.69
Scott Sellers TX 7-3
Lauren Biscardi NY 5-10.50
Dennis Boone VA 24-8.5
Sarah Griffen Matthews CO 20-3.5
Dionne McClain VA 49-2.75
Brittany Daniels CA 42-10.75
Michael Morrison VA, Derek Scott CA, and Ryan Shuler CA 16-2
Mary Saxer NY 14-0 USR
Ryan Whiting PA 68-9.5
Ashley Muffet OH 46-4.5
Simon Gratz PA 1:27.96
Bethel VA 1:39.85
Simon Gratz PA 3:20.14
West Catholic PA 3:48.57
Shaker NY 7:59.8
Saratoga NY 9:20.69
Simon Gratz PA 3:34.1
West Catholic PA 4:01.24
Northport NY 10:19.35
Saratoga NY 11:47.29
updated Feb 3


College Choices 2005

The first 155 college choices by the class of 2005 are listed by college and state in College Choices 2005 lists.


DyeStat Featured Meets
Here are the 2005 indoor and outdoor meets featured on DyeStat with on-site coverage. Other meets may be added.
Marine Corps Holiday Classic - Dec 28 NY Armory
Hispanic Games - Jan 8 NY Armory
New Balance Games - Jan 22 NY Armory
Millrose Games - Feb 4 Madison Square Garden NY City
Armory Collegiate Games - Feb 4-5 NY Armory
Simplot Games - Feb 17-19 Pocatello ID
Nike Indoor Championships - Mar 12-13 Landover MD
Mobile Challenge of Champions - Apr 1-2 Mobile AL
Arcadia Invitational - Apr 8-9 Arcadia CA
Mayor's Cup - Apr 15-16 Icahn Stadium, Randalls Island NY
New York Relays - Apr 22-23 Icahn Stadium, Randalls Island NY
Penn Relays - Apr 28-30 Franklin Field, Philadelphia PA
Loucks Games - May 12-14 White Plains NY
Great Southwest Classic - June 2-4 Albuquerque NM
Nike Outdoor Championships - June 17-18 Greensboro NC
USA Junior Nationals - June 24-25 Carson CA


News items posted to DyeStat in the week ending Jan 27
    • New Balance Games - Snow-shortened, but still great. US#1 marks by Nicole Leach 53.48 400m, Mary Liz McCurdy 4:52.87 mile, and Clemore Henry 48.49 400m.
    • Maine - Cassie Hintz 10:40.94 2-mile US#1
    • Yale Day 2 - Saratoga NY girls add big wins in 800, mile and 3000m.
    • Washington State Open - Rashad Toussaint WA 48-8.75 US#1.
    • Carl Lewis Inv TX -Three US#1's, Five US#2's in big opening in Texas... and Scott Sellers boasts one of each.
    • Eastern Challenge NC - J-Mee Samuels 6.24 55m US#1
    • PG County MD Championships - Two US#1 marks posted by C.H. Flowers athletes - Afolabi Aromire 1:05.38 500m and Brett Brown 7.55 55H.
    • Jared Huske quad in Kansas features 7.45 55H US#1.
    • Nicole Smith, McDowell, US#2 HJ 5-09, US#8 18-07.25 LJ - Clarence Smith, Coatesville, US#3 TJ 46-07.75 in PA week.
  • CT - Yale Track Classic
    Saratoga NY girls 11:47.29 DMR is US#3 all time on Day One, then follow that up with five ranked individual runs on Day Two.
    Jim Spier reports:
    Saratoga's DMR record attempt fell short, but they still managed the third fastest time ever run for that race.  The team of Lindsay Ferguson, Alysha Mc Roy, Caitlin Lane and Nicole Blood clocked a meet record 11:47.29.  Scotia-Glenville, NY was second in 12:04.64 (#2 US), Westerly (RI) got a state record time of 12:13.28 (with a 4:55.2 anchor by Samantha Gawrych) as the first 8 teams broke 12:30. Saratoga's splits:     Lindsay Ferguson    3:36.0 (30.3, 63.5, 1:39.6, 2:17.3, 2:56.5)     Alysha Mc Elroy     62.5     Caitlin Lane            2:16.9     Nicole Blood          4:51.9 (2:17.0, 2:56.9) The boys race was not as fast, comparatively, but was highly competitive.  Syosset (10:27.57), anchored by Sean Tully, edged Burnt Hills (10:27.96), Seton Hall Prep (NJ) (10:27.97) and Niskayuna (10:28.19), as less that .7 seconds separated the first four.  Day Two: Saratoga plows through 800, mile and 3000 with US ranked times. Nicole Blood 2:16.08 US#4, Caitlin Lane 4:59.64 US#7, Hannah Davidson 5:05.98, Lindsey Ferguson 9:53.31 US#2 and Alysha McElroy 10:21.18 US#8.
  • AL - Hoover Indoor Classic - Priceville - Elisabeth Molen, 10:57.91 3200 US#5, E.C. Gibbs, 1:56.37 800, 4:20.1 1600.
  • KS Kansas State U. HS Invitational - HIghland Park Topeka KS sr Jared Huske won four events, including a US#1 55H in 7.45. Also 6.50 55m, 22.70 200m and 3:31.72 4x400 (KC Sprinters Elite). Also: Millard North NE jr Cassie Styers 5-7 HJ, Darcie Schmitz 18-3 LJ, Kayla Smith 41-2.25..
  • MA - After a fast mile (4:15.30) at Albuquerque last week, Foot Locker national champ Ken Cormier travels east to Boston for the first of two straight weekends -- Greater Boston Track Club Invitational at Harvard this weekend and the Boston Indoor Games junior mile next week.
  • MA - Massachusetts Coaches Relays at the Reggie Lewis Center.
  • MD - MIAA State Championship - Prince George's Sportsplex - Darrius Heyward-Bey, 12 McDonogh School 6.35 55m US#2.
  • MD Prince George's County Championships -
    Girls - E.Roosevelt wins 176 points, Largo 2nd 112, C.H.Flowers 3rd 41
    Track MVP -Michaylin Golladay-Largo 40 points 55m 7.12, 55H 8.25, 300m 39.68, LJ 17-3.5. Field MVP- Heather Patton, Flowers TJ 36-0, HJ 5-2. 300m Meakes, Roosevelt 40.56, Takecia Jameson 40.77
    Boys - E.Roosevelt wins 123 points, C.H. Flowers 2nd 89, Oxon Hill 3rd 52. Track MVP - Afolabi Aromire, Flowers 300m 34.56, 500m 1:05.38
    Field MVP - Godson Akinnawo, High Point LJ 21-11, HJ 6-4. 55H Brett Brown, Flowers 7.55
  • ME Eastern Maine Indoor League - Old Town ME jr Cassie Hintz 10:40.94 2-mile US#1. You might say she ran all alone, winning by 2:27, except that she had to lap the nearest runners several times.
  • NC - Eastern HS Challenge at UNC Chapel Hill. Snowstorm kept many away, but good performances were still achieved.
    Mt Tabor NC sr J-Mee Samuels 6.24 55m US#1.
    Clayton NC soph Johnny Dutch 7.56p 55H US#2
    Thomas Dale VA sr Dennis Boone 24-5.75 LJ (Boone is already US#1 at 24-8.5 earlier).
  • NY - Colgate Women's Games Week #4
  • NV - 15th Pole Vault Summit in Reno replaces gambling pits with vaulting pits in the Hilton Hotel. High School results.
  • PA Week by Don Rich - Nicole Smith, McDowell, US#2 HJ 5-09, US#8 18-07.25 LJ - Clarence Smith, Coatesville, US#3 TJ 46-07.75.
  • TX - Carl Lewis Invitational - U. of Houston.
    Three US#1's, Five US#2's in big opening in Texas... and Scott Sellers boasts one of each.
    • Cinco Ranch Katy TX sr Scott Sellers 7-3 HJ US#1 and 23-11 LJ US#2
    • Wayne Hobley LA 6.84 60m US#1
    • Donald Buckram, Jr. Five Hills TFC 6.91 60m US#2
    • Tenille Wilson AL 7.52 60m US#1
    • Bianca Knight MS 24.46 200m US#2
    • Candis Kelley TX 45-2.5 SP US#2
    • Leeandra Robinson TX 8.71 60H US#2
  • WA Washington State Open - West Valley Spokane sr Rashad Toussaint 48-8.75 US#1, beating the old #1 by nearly two feet.
New Balance Games
New York Armory Jan 22 - DyeStat on-site coverage
New Balance Games photo album
45 action pix and notes by John Dye from the NY Armory
The impending blizzard held down attendance, but the meet went on. With fewer heats, the schedule was accelerated and the meet was over by 4 pm.

Nicole Leach 53.48 400m US#1
West Catholic PA sr Nicole Leach finished in a blanket between two Olympians in the elite women's 400 meters. Ronetta Smith of LSU and Jamaica 53.34, Leach 53.48 and Ieva Zunda of Latvia 53.53. Leach hung with Smith the whole way and staved off the late charge of Zunda.

Mary Liz McCurdy NY 4:52.87 US#1
McCurdy led wire to wire in a seemingly effortless race with splits of 70.8, 2:25.1 and 3:39.8 [Walt Murphy]

Clemore Henry 48.49 400m US#1
Transit Tech NY star was 6th in the elite race but improved on his US#1 ranking.

Mary Saxer 13-0 PV
Lancaster NY sr Mary Saxer, the national record holder at 14-0, cleared 12-0 and 13-0 easily and then missed three times at an Armory record 13-5.5.

at the New Balance Games in the NY Armory

The weather outside was frightful, but . . . . well, you know the story. The Games and Donna went on as usual.

Woodrow Wilson HS of Camden NJ won the Marty Glickman award, with a check for $10,000 from New Balance.

2 more standout runners enter Junior Invitational Miles at Boston Indoor
Shenendehowa NY jr Dan McManamon and Towson Catholic MD soph Devon Williams have been added to the field for the Junior Invitational Miles at the Reebok Boston Indoor Games at Reggie Lewis Center on Jan. 29. McManamon has the fastest mile of the indoor season (4:14.28). Williams was the national athlete of the year for the 2004 indoor season as a freshman and she has already set a new national record this season in the 500 meters (1:11.44). With deep fields for both boys and girls, the new Junior Invitational Mile is set to be one of the best in the country in its inaugural year. The reigning Foot Locker Cross Country national champions, Kenneth Cormier and Aislinn Ryan, and Saratoga NY star Nicole Blood headline a field of elite international runners.

Millrose Mile Fields Set
NEW YORK Jan 22 -- High school mile fields were announced by invitations directors Larry Byrne and Jim Spier for the Millrose Games February 4 at Madison Square Garden. .
CHRIS BARNICLE, Newton North HS, Newtonville, MA
GEARY GUBBINS, Southampton HS, Southampton, NY
CARLOS JAMISON, North Rockland HS, Thiells, NY
ANDREW JESIEN, Walter Johnson HS, Bethesda, MD
JOHN MARTINEZ, North Rockland HS, Thiells, NY
DAN McMANAMON, Shenendehowa HS, Clifton Park, , NY
MARK RUSSELL, Lockport HS, Lockport, NY
BRYAN SCOTLAND, St. Benedict’s Prep, Newark, NJ
ROLANDA BELL, Sacred Heart Academy, Hempstead, NY
NICOLE BLOOD, Saratoga Springs HS, Saratoga Springs, NY
SARAH BOWMAN, Fauquier HS, Warrenton, VA
LINDSAY FERGUSON, Saratoga Springs HS, Saratoga Springs, NY
MARY LIZ McCURDY, Bay Shore HS, Bay Shore, NY
KARA McKENNA, Suffern HS, Suffern, NY
KRISTIN REESE, Carmel HS, Carmel, NY
AISLINN RYAN, Warwick Valley HS. Warwick, NY
BRITTANY SHEFFEY, Bellport HS, Brookhaven, NY
DANIELLE TAURO, Southern Regional HS, Manahawkin, NJ


NY Armory Meets on YES
First of a series of telecasts of high school meets at the New York Armory will be the Dec 28 Marine Corps Holiday Classic on the YES network on the dates at right.

Thu, Jan 20, 9:00pm

Fri, Jan 21, 7:00am

Sun, Jan 23, 4:00pm

Mon, Jan 31, 6:30pm

Wed, Feb 2, 1:30am

Tues, Feb 3, 9:00am

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