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36th Loucks Games
May 9-10 at White Plains NY.

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205 teams from 13 states, D.C. and the province of Quebec entered, including wheelchair athletes from Arizona, Washington State, Missouri, Louisiana, Georgia, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.


Highlights

freshman Andria Smallwood 2:10.22, Bronxville girls 8:57.90

Boys - Canadian Hank Palmer doubled 10.63 +1.0 and 21.78 +0.4 100/200. Newburgh Academy NY jr Elzie Coleman 47.70 400m. Northport NY sr Bryan Quinn 1:54.44. Schnectady NY jr Verrol Jackson doubled 14.17 -0.8 110H MR and 55.02 400H. Newburgh HS doubled 41.81 4x100 and 3:15.47 4x400. Archbishop Molloy sr Andrew O'Connor 15-0 PV.
Girls - William Penn PA sr Juanita Broaddus won a wind-aided 100m in 11.55 (Shana Cox 11.79, Virgil Hodge 11.89), but Holy Trinity NY sr Shana Cox returned the favor in the 200, 23.60 to 23.82 (Natasha Hastings 24.42). Truman NY jr Dominique Blake 55.89 400m. Ballou DC freshman Andria Smallwood 2:10.22 800m. Hunterdon Central NJ jr Casey Nelson 4:56.26 1600m (April Ogrodnick 4:56.51). Bay Shore NY soph Laura Cummings 10:37.37 (with five more under 11 minutes). William Penn PA sr Christina Smith doubles 14.55 100H and 1:01.37 400H. William Penn PA HS 41.92 4x100. Bronxville NY HS 8:57.90 4x800 US#10 all time, winning by 34 seconds.

DyeStat Elite performances - marks qualifying for DyeStat Elite top 100 national ranking

 

Prior Years on DyeStat

  • 2002 -- Juanita Broaddus, Greg Simonds are voted most outstanding.
  • 2001 -- Stacy Ann Livingston, Travis Von Staden.
  • 2000 -- Shenae Dawkins gets Loucks' first triple ever.
  • 1999 -- Lance Bennett, Jetoya Moore.

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