FULK & SAUCIER LEAD FLYERS' EFFORTS IN STATE RUNS
Norwood-Norfolk's Kyle Fulk topped
out at 4:21.7 to win his heat and finish second overall
in the 1600 meters in the New York State Division II
championships at Cicero-North Syracuse on Saturday, the
second and final day of the state meet. Fulk also
took seventh place, just out of the medals for the top
six, in Division II in the 3200 meters the night before.
Coach Bill Dyke said Fulk did a good job adjusting his
pace and strategy between Friday and Saturday, to earn
him a medal in the 1600. Teammate Adam Saucier
also placed seventh in the 3000 steeplechase, also just
out of the medal places.
Huskies takes title, blue devils 2nd, n-n flyers 3rd
Saucier (middle) and Malone’s Zach Davis (right) receive
the handoffs from their teammates to begin the third leg
of the 4x400 meter relay. The Huskies won the
event with a time of 3:36. Among the other winners,
Malone's Jordan Kane won the 110 hurdles, Mitch Marlow
captured the 800 meters, Zach Davis topped the 400 dash,
Will Bilow took first in the long jump and high jump and
Josh Dora tossed the longest discus. Norwood-Norfolk's
Adam Saucier won the steeplechase, while teammate Kyle
Fulk captured the 1600 and 3200 meter runs.
Ogdensburg's Dylan Pratt won the 110 and 200 meters.
Potsdam's Keegan Green dashed to the win in the 400
hurdles, while Sandstoners Adam Parker won the shot put.
Gouverneur's Brennan Stevens took the triple jump.
Madrid-Waddington's Dylan Wolf claimed the top spot in
(Cody Jenne photo)