First Posted: 4/4/2013
A record from the golden age of Pittston Area track and field was broken Wednesday when Ronnie D’Eliseo ran a 14.5 in the 110 hurdles versus Coughlin at Charley Trippi Stadium.
D’Eliseo broke the school record of 14.6 set by Jack Goldowski in 1981. Goldowski also has the 300 hurdle record at
38.56. D’Eliseo may have a shot at breaking that before the season runs out. He ran a 39.20 300 hurdles last year at states and won it with a 40 flat on Wednesday. As the weather heats up, he should lower that.
D’Eliseo was a triple winner as he won the 100 in 11.0, but Coughlin won the meet 94.3 – 55.6. The only other winner for PA was Crawford in the long jump. Harth, Shea, Harvilla, Tracey, Naples, Aita, Poli, Erfman and Moslowski.
Wyoming Area 86, GAR 63
After missing the opener, Nick O’Brien got back on the track with impact winning the marquee sprints and the javelin to lead the Warriors. He ran a 10.9 in the 100 and 22.8 in the 200. O’Brien also ran a leg of the winning 4 x 100 relay with Hale, Condry and Peoples. Their time was 46.6.
Also winning for WA were: Burton, shot put and discus; Flynn, pole vault; LaNunziata, long jump; Filipak, 3200; and Buczynski, high jump. Also scoring for WA were: Fernandez, Hine, Vesquez, Dimick and Wall.
Pittston Area 105
Catherine Lombardo (3200 relay, 800 run), Madison Mimnaugh (3200 relay, 1600 run) and Olivia Giambra (long jump, 400 relay), each had an individual win and also ran on a winning relay team as the Lady Patriots won 11 events.
Also winning for PA were Maier and Kuchta, 3200 relay; Emily Waleski, 100 hurdles; Powers, Barber, Chisdock in the 400 relay; Seaman, 3200 run; Williams, triple jump; Parrent, shot put and javelin; and Owens, high jump.
Also scoring for PA were Lanza, Ashby, Barber, Murtha, Carroll, Fritz, Senese, Patel, Myers, Moska and Sheerer.
Wyoming Area 119
haley Stackhouse was a triple winner for the Lady Warriors in the 100 meter hurdles, high jump and long jump. Also winners for WA were Malloy, triple jump; Hiedacavage, 1600 and 800; Brown, shot put; Custer, 400; Kraynak, pole vault; Schultz, 3200 and Kazmerick, javelin.
Ther Lady Warriors also won the 3200 and 1600 relays.
Also scoring for WA were: Shemanski, Stillarty, Bulger, Bott, Acasio, Posaic, Deluca, Turner, Alberigi, Ambrosso, Kelly and Alder.
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