J-E was also fourth in the girls 4×800 relay in 10:06.97 and fifth in the boys 4×800 in 8:43.53, with the boys also fifth in the 4×400 relay in 3:39.93.Westhill had Ashley Heffernan earn a runner-up finish in the Division II pole vault, where she cleared 10 feet behind South Jefferson’s Marlena Jacobs (10’6″) as Marcellus had Julianna Szczech finish seventh, topping nine feet.Heffernan was third in the 100-meter hurdles in 15.99 seconds and helped Ashley Bolesh, Erica Gangemi and Angie Mesa-Espinosa get second place (50.74 seconds) to Canastota (50.33) in the 4×100 relay. Bolesh, Mesa-Espinosa, Katherine Evans and Lauren Bendall second in the 4×400 in 4:09.43, inches behind South Jefferson’s winning 4:09.41, with Mesa-Espinosa fourth in the 200-meter dash in 26.84 seconds. Lennah Abraham had a second-place discus throw of 108’7″, while Brigid Heinrich (93 feet) was fifth.On the boys side, Westhill’s Dan Washburn was second in the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 10:01.60, while Evan Ballard was third in the discus (116’9″) and third in the shot put with a heave of 44’6″.West Genesee had Dan Gill, Jakob Petrocci, Patrick Peris and Esisas Brumfield get third place in the Division I (large school) 4×100 in 43.93 seconds. Matt Bartolotta was third in the Division I mile in 4:42.42.Then Gill finished third in the 100-meter dash in 11.19 seconds, with Brumfield fifth in 11.48 seconds.The girls Wildcats were third in the 4×400 relay in 4:15.79, fifth in the Division I 4×800 in 10:13.36 and fifth in the 4×100 in 51.63 seconds.Olivia Becker was sixth in the 100 hurdles and Natalie Buckhout took eighth place in the 1,500-meter run, with Caitlin Mills seventh and Sandy Gardino eighth in the 100 sprint. Mikeayla DeJesus was ninth in the 400-meter dash.Skaneateles featured, in the boys Division II meet, Caleb Bender earning third place in the mile in 4:35.15. Connor Gell was seventh in the 400 sprint in 54.41 seconds, with Nicola Kunz seventh in the 400 hurdles in 1:01.40.On the girls side, Emme Conan, Grace Conan, Graeson Landsberg and Eva Vitsaxaki finished third in the 4×100 in 51.32 seconds, with Emme Conan fourth in the 100 sprint in 12.99 seconds and ninth in the 200 in 27.50 seconds.Solvay contended in the boys Division II 4×100, where Allen Cawthon, X’Zavier Morris, Elijah Wright and Brendon Carolina were second in 45.18 seconds to Cazenovia (44.78) as Westhill was fourth in 45.70 seconds and J-E (46..09) took sixth place.Carolina went on to a second-place finish in the long jump, going 21’1″, one foot behind the 22’1″ from New Hartford’s Sei Sei, while Kyra Crossett was third in the girls high jump, clearing 4’10”.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story For the third year in a row, Jordan-Elbridge boys track and field standout Marion Quigley is on his way to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association championships in the pentathlon.Quigley won the five-event competition during Friday’s Section III state meet open qualifier at Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium, and will be favored to reach the awards podium during next weekend’s state meet at Middletown.Earning 3,322 points, Quigley pulled away from Carthage’s Tom Albright (3,030) at the qualifier, and was top in Division II (small schools) over Camden’s Josh Mayden by 313 points. Tags: J-Etrack and fieldWest GeneseeWesthill
Caribbean-born actress Parisa Fitz-Henley thrilled TV audiences in the role of American actress Meghan Markle as the Lifetime movie, “Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance,” premiered on Sunday May 13, ahead of the Royal Wedding this Saturday.The Kingston-born Fitz-Henley, 41, lit up the screen as she joined Murray Fraser in chronicling the courtship and love story between Prince Harry and his fiancée.Performance seemed like the real Meghan Feedback from those who watched the TV show was that Fitz-Henley’s performance was so good many assumed it was Markle herself on the screen.The film documents from the moment the couple met after being set up on a blind date by friends, through their initial courtship when they were able to keep their romance under wraps, and ultimately the intense global media attention surrounding their relationship and Meghan’s life as a divorced bi-racial American actress.“Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance” was executive produced by Merideth Finn and Michele Weiss and written by Scarlett Lacey and Terrence Coli. The wedding of the real-life Prince and Markle will occur Saturday at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. The ceremony itself begins at noon UK time or 8 AM ET. ABC News will begin with a special edition of Good Morning America from 5-10 AM ET May 19. GMA co-anchor Robin Roberts and World News Tonight’s David Muir will lead the live coverage from Windsor. Dad cannot attend wedding Markle’s dad, Thomas Markle, told TMZ that he will not attend the royal wedding and walk his daughter down the aisle following the controversy about his staged paparazzi photos. He also told the site that he suffered a heart attack six days ago but checked himself out of the hospital to attend the nuptials. However, “he’s now decided not to go because he doesn’t want to embarrass the Royal Family or his daughter.”Presiding Episcopal Bishop Michal Curry will join The Dean of Windsor, The Rt. Revd. David Conner, who will conduct the Service. The Most Revd. and Rt. Hon. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, will officiate as the couple make their marriage vows.