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June 23, 2018
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Stillwater News

Stillwater Varsity Boys and Girls Track & Field teams win league titles

May 23, 2017- On Wednesday, May 17, the hottest day of the year thus far, the varsity track squads won both league titles on their home track.

While the boys team went into the meet with a 14-0 Wasaren record, the Lady Warriors went into the competition 12-2, with losses to Hoosic Valley (13-1) and Greenwich (14-0).

Throughout the meet, the Lady Warriors posted some of their best performances of the season. Some of the highlights include:

  • Madison Krochina, favored to win both shot put and discus, did not disappoint, throwing a new discus record of 122-1.
  • Freshman Paige Brinsko continued to dominate the league in the pole vault.
  • The 4x100 meter sprint relay of Faith Sheehan, Bree McLaughlin, Avery Hebert, and Kelly Moran ran a huge personal record to win that event.
  • Eighth grader Keelyn Peacock placed third in the pentathlon.
  • Captain Aubrey Murphy posted big points in the jumps.
  • The 4x400 meter relay team of Avery Hebert, Brooke Pickett, Kyleigh Frank, and Kelly Moran placed second.


 Some of the highlights on the boy side include:

  • The 4 x 800 meter relay team of Brody Ceipel, Cooper Monast, Nick Roy, and Joe Yusaitis set the stage for the meet with an impressive win.
  • Joe Yusaitis (sophomore and captain) came back to win the mile with a new PR of 4:45 and then take second behind team member Nick Roy in the 800 meter run.
  • Captain Jake Tyler, the top ranked pole vaulter in all of Section 2, claimed top vaulting honors at the League meet.
  • Captain Max Lautenberg took first in the 110 high hurdles, 3rd in the 400 intermediate hurdles, 2nd in the long jump, and 4th in the triple jump.
  • Captain Dan Foley took 1st in the 400 intermediate hurdles, 3rd in the high hurdles
  • Tthe 4 x 400 meter relay (D. Foley, B. Ceipel, D. Morris, and D. Moran) broke a two year old school record previously held by Dan Foley and Brody Ceipel (along with Ian Ceipel and Max Lutenberg).


With the League Championships behind them, the Warriors now set their sights on premier meets like Sectionals and State Qualifiers. Go Warriors!

Track Champions

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