Colonie’s Jeremiah House won the boys 55-meter high hurdles title with a time of 7.55 seconds at last weekend’s Yale Invitational in Connecticut.
Colonie also took first place in the boys 1,600-meter relay with a time of 3:27.91. Its boys 3,200-meter and distance medley relay teams both recorded third-place finishes, as did its girls 1,600-meter relay. The girls 3,200-meter relay team finished fourth, and the girls distance medley relay team placed fifth.
At the New Balance Games in New York City last weekend, Shaker’s Kwaku Ofosu was second and Blyden Nartey was fifth in the boys triple jump. Ofosu’s best distance was 44 feet, 3.75 inches, while Nartey recorded a distance of 43 feet, 1 inch.
Shaker’s Kwasi Addo finished third in the boys shot put with a throw of 47 feet, 3 inches, and he took fourth place in the weight throw with a distance of 59 feet, 10.75 inches. Nia Joyner placed third in the girls triple jump with a distance of 36 feet, 4.75 inches, and her teammate, Julissa Forde, finished sixth with a distance of 35 feet, 4.50 inches.