Somers Relay Team Qualifies for Nationals at Loucks Games

From left: Alex Worsley, Greg Fusco, Matt Fusco and Alex Harwood broke a school record in the distance medley relay and qualified for Nationals at the Loucks Games. Credits: Courtesy of Jesse Arnett

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.— Somers’ boys Distance Medley Relay team broke a school record and qualified for Nationals with a time of 10:32.84 at the 49th annual Glenn D. Loucks Games at White Plains High School last week.

The team placed fifth and was comprised of sophomore Matt Fusco (1,200 meters, 3:15.4), senior Alex Harwood (400 meters, 51.4 seconds), senior Alex Worsley (800 meters, 2:00.1) and sophomore Greg Fusco (1,600 meters, 4:25.8).

Michael Panzarino placed fourth in the pentathlon with a total score of 2,918 points. He took first in the 1,500 meters in a clocking of 4:23.84 and was sixth in the 110-meter hurdles in 16.51 seconds. He also was eighth in the long jump (18-1 3/4) and ninth in the shot put (31-3 1/4).

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Numan Maloney took 16th in the high jump with a leap of 5-9.

For the girls, Katie Melly placed eighth in the pole vault with a leap of 8-6.

Hannah Norowitz took 13th overall in the pentathlon with 2,261 points, a personal best. She was sixth in the 800 meters with a personal best time of 2:29.65, ninth in the long jump (14-11 1/2) and 12th in the 100-meter hurdles in 18.26 seconds.

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