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Both Homer and Cortland had athletes competing in the Section III State Qualifier meet at the Onondaga Community College SRC Arena Wednesday evening.
Here are the results from each participating athlete from both Homer and Cortland:
Homer Indoor Track & Field
A total of three Homer athletes competed in the Section III State Qualifier meet on Wednesday.
Logan Darling competed in the weight throw event, where he threw a Homer school record as well as a personal best throw of 56’4.5”. His throw placed him 3rd overall, and qualified him to compete in the State Championships.
Darling is now scheduled to compete in the New York State Championship meet at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex in Staten Island on Saturday (March 4th).
Jonah Campos placed 14th in the weight throw event with a result of 46’0.5”. According to Homer Head Coach, Campos finishes his Indoor throwing career as the second best weight thrower of all-time in Homer High School history.
Camdyn Cole placed 8th overall in the triple jump event. Cole’s best jump of the night was a 34’0”.
Cortland Indoor Track & Field
Five Cortland athletes competed in the Section III State Qualifier meet on Wednesday.
Lilly Call recorded an official time of 1:47.79 in the 600 meter run. With her time, she was able to place 6th overall in the state qualifier meet.
Campbell Bush finished 15th overall in the 55 meter hurdles. Bush’s official time in the event came out to 9.81 seconds.
Jack Phelan finished 3rd in the triple jump event with a result of 43’1.50”. According to Cortland coach Paul Drexler, his performance set a Cortland school record. However, even though Phelan placed in the top three, he was not able to qualify for the state championship.
Bryan Honan placed 10th in the weight throw event with a throw of 49’9.50”. According to coach Drexler, his throw set a Cortland school record which lasted about 20 minutes, as Duncan Harbin would break it in his weight throw
However, Honan’s record was short lived, as Duncan Harbin would break it after 20 minutes, according to coach Drexler.
Duncan Harbin placed 9th overall in the weight throw event after breaking Honan’s Cortland school record with a throw of 52’7.50”.