John Jay High School’s Kyle Mabry won the bronze for a second consecutive year in the boys varsity single at the Scholastic Rowing Association of America’s National Championship Regatta in Camden, N.J., on Saturday.
Mabry was third overall in the semifinal heats with a time of 5 minutes, 34.977 seconds on the Cooper River’s 1,500-meter course. The championship heats in the singles and doubles were canceled due to wind.
“He’s very happy getting the bronze again. It’s a great way to culminate his career,” said Poughkeepsie coach Mike Smith, who also coaches Mabry, who is heading to Boston University next season.
The other local varsity boats — Our Lady of Lourdes’ girls senior four, John Jay’s boys senior four, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s girls lightweight eight and Poughkeepsie’s girls double — failed to advance past the semifinal heats.
Boys track and field
John Enkler won three individual events to lead Lourdes to a third-place finish at the Section 1 Class B Championships in Pearl River.
Enkler picked up victories in the high jump, long jump and triple jump for the Warriors, who finished with 54 points.
Arlington finishes second — Arlington took second to North Rockland at the Section 1 Class A Championships at Clarkstown South High School in West Nyack late Friday.
North Rockland scored 116 points and Arlington had 80.
Arlington’s Trenten Beram captured the 200-meter dash in 22.5 and finished fourth in the 400 at 51.0.
Arlington’s Sibby Hanson and Will Ackerman placed first in the 1,600 and pentathlon, respectively. The 3,200 relay of Austin Schweitzer, Tom Wimmers, Matthew Haering and James Asselmeyer also triumphed in a time of 8:18.3.
Lourdes finished 16th in the team standings at the Section 1 Class B Championships at Pearl River High School behind fifth-place finishes from Meghan Slinskey (400) and Grace McGrath (800).
The Warriors finished with 10 points. Pearl River won the meet with 157 points.
Burda, Baisley pace locals — Arlington’s Bella Burda won the 1,500 and Beacon’s Paige Baisley took top honors in the high jump to lead the locals at the Section 1 Class A meet at Clarkstown South High School in West Nyack late Friday.
Burda ran to a time of 4:41.5, and Baisley cleared 5 feet, 3 inches in the high jump.
Arlington finished in sixth place, picking up 21 points.
Julia Galantich and Liz Halpin scored two goals apiece for second-seeded Millbrook in a 17-5 Section 9 Class C semifinal loss to third-seeded John S. Burke Catholic in Millbrook.
Burke plays top seed Red Hook Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Dietz Stadium in Kingston.
Bard senior Perry Scheetz finished 11th overall in the 3,000 steeplechase at the NCAA Division III Championships in La Crosse, Wis.
Scheetz ran to a time of 10:57.44. Two days earlier she set a school record with a time of 10:54.22 to qualify for the championship heat.
Marist was eliminated from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament by losing to Siena, 12-5, in Trenton, N.J., late Friday.
Wappingers Falls’ Mike Orefice singled home two runs for the Red Foxes (27-24-1). Matt Pagano and Graham McIntire each had two hits, a run scored and an RBI.