HUDSON — The Hudson girls track team defeated Catskill 63-27 on Saturday as Hudson’s three seniors, Rylee Brown, Deja Squires and Kimeta Alce, each won an individual event on senior day.

Alce won the shot and discus, Brown won the 100 and was a member of the winning 4x100-meter relay and Squires won the 400-meters. Squires and Brown were joined by Torri Carr and Olivia Mann in setting a new school record in the swedish relay with a time of 2:48.2, breaking the previous record of 2:48.5 set in 2017.

Dixit was a double winner for Catskill, winning the 1500 and 3000.

Results

100 IH: Allen (Cat) 21.6; 100M: Brown (Hud) 14.1; 4x100M Relay Hudson (Carr, Brown, Goldstein, Mann) 56.3; 400M: Squires (Hud) 1:16.7; 400M IH Goldstein (Hud) 1:31.3; 1500M: Dixit (Cat.) 14:14.4; Triple jump: Goldstein (Hud) 27-1; Long jump: Mann (Hud) 13-6.5; Shot put: Alce (Hud) 26-3; Discus: Alce (Hud) 59-3; High jump: Mann (Hud) 4-0; 3000M: Dixit (Cat.) 14:14.4; 200M: Carr (Hud) :30.2.

BOYS

Hudson 63 Catskill 27

HUDSON — Senior Zack Chowdhury won four individual events on senior day to lead Hudson to a 63-27 win over Catskill on Saturday.

Chowdhury won the long, triple and high jumps and the 400. Riley Taylor of Hudson and Gaillard of Catskill were double winners on the day.

Results

100M: Smith (Hud) 12.8; 1600M: Taylor (Hud) 6;13.8; 4x100M Relay: Hudson ( Ford, Gofran, Taylor, Smith) 51.8; 400M: Chowdhury (Hud) 1:01.4; 800M: Taylor (Hud) 2:45.3; 200M: Ford (Hud) 26.7; Triple jump: Chowdhury (Hud) 37-2; Long jump: Chowdhury (Hud) 17-5; 3200M: Engelin (Cat) 19:01; Shot put: Gaillard (Cat) 37-3; Discus: Gaillard (Cat) 77-8; High jump: Chowdhury (Hud) 5-0.

GIRLS

Taconic Hills 73, Chatham 47

CHATHAM — Lily Russo and Clare Howard both won two individual events to lead Taconic Hills past Chatham, 73-47, in Saturday’s Patroon Conference girls track and field meet.

Russo took the 3,000-meter run and the 1,500-meter run, while Howard took first in the long jump and 800-meter run.

Hannah Spock (shot put, discus), Callroe Barlow triple jump, 100-meter hurdles) and Anna Carroll (100-meters), 400-meters) each won two events for the Panthers.

Results

4x800M relay: Taconic Hills (Russo, Bosko, Shetsky, Nunez) 12:24.8; 100M hurdles: Barlow (Chat) :18.0; 100M: Carroll (Chat) :15.0; 1500M: Russo (TH) 5:53.5; 4x100M relay: Taconic Hills (Burger, McGlynn, Weaver, Nunez) :63.4; 400M: Carroll (Chat) :79.6; 400M hurdles: Bosko (TH) :77.3; 800M: Howard (TH) 2:34.9: 200M: McGlynn (TH) :32.2; 3000M: Russo (TH) 13:05.4; 4x400M relay: Taconic Hills (Russo, Bosko, Nunez, Howard) 4:56.4; Discus: Spock (Chat) 72-7.5; Shot put: Spock (Chat) 22-10; Triple Jump: Barlow (Chat) 26-9.5; Long Jump: Howard (TH) 13-11.75.

BOYS

Chatham 64, Taconic Hills 58

Chatham 87, Green Tech 31

CHATHAM — Tobias Jeralds won two indivudal events and was a member of two first-place finishing relay teams to spark Chatham to a pair of Patroon Conference boys track and field victories on Saturday.

The Panthers topped Taconic Hills, 64-58, and Green Tech, 87-31.

Jeralds won the 1,600-meter run and 800-meter run and helped the Panthers’ 4x800-meter and 4x400-meter relay teams capture first place finishes.

Neil Howard III was a triple winner for Taconic Hills, winning the 110-meter hurdles, 400-meter hurdles and the long jump. Josh Hemmings won the shot put and discus and Chris Cortwright took the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes.

Results

4x800M relay: Chatham (To. Jeralds, Ti. Jeralds, Maxwell, Haner 9:32.7; 110M hurdles: Howard (TH) :15.4; 100M: Cortwright (TH) :12.0; 1600M: To. Jeralds (Chat) 4:55.9; 4x100M relay: Chatham (Holsapple, Baneni, Newton, Reutenauer) :49.7; 400M: Rosien (TH) :56.4; 400M hurdles: Howard (TH) :60.5; 800M: To. Jeralds (Chat) 2:16.1; 200M: Cortwright (TH) :25.0; 3200M: Russo (TH) 11:08.2; 4x400M relay: Chatham (To. Jeralds, Newton, Baneni, Holsapple) 3:47.3; Discus: Hemmings (TH) 105-4; Shot put: Hemmings (TH) 39-7; Triple jump: Barlow (Chat) 37-5; Long jump: Howard (TH) 21-3.

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