The 4x800 team of Trent Thibault '26, Thomas Wells '23, Stephen Geise '24, Thomas Stallone '23 went down the hill to the Dan Fravil Ithaca Relays on Friday night, looking for some stiff competition. While the field quickly dropped away from the Bobcats, the four Lansing runners took full advantage of a fast track under the lights, dropping their season best by nearly 30 seconds, good enough for an overall win and a highly ranked provisional state qualifier mark.
Lansing then woke up early for a trip to the Moravia Relays where the weather cooperated enough to get some quality runs, jumps, and throws recorded. Lansing girls came home with the overall title while the boys were runner-up by just under two points. Photos from Karin Silva here.
Both the boys and girls teams were victorious at Union Springs against both Union Springs and Marathon, bringing their records to 6-0.
Many thanks to Karin Silva for photos. Click here to view.
Some of our athletes made the trip to Johnson City for some great competition at the Square Deal Invitational. While the persistent wind made for some challenging racing, it was a fantastic opportunity to face off against some of the same athletes with whom our Bobcats may encounter at Fast Times and state qualifiers.
Complete results here.
Lansing drove down the road to Groton where both the boys and girls were victorious, ending the day with 4-0 records thus far as we are midway through the spring 2023 season. Complete results here.
Lansing 84.66 52.33 Moravia
Moravia 63.50 44.50 Groton
Lansing 103.00 34.00 Groton
Lansing 92.50 48.50 Moravia
Moravia 91.00 34.00 Groton
Lansing 117.00 19.00 Groton
Meet Photos (thank you Karin Silva!): click here
Despite missing a majority of our athletes, Lansing girls took 2nd and the boys took 6th at the Marathon Spring Fling Invitational. Complete results here.
Lansing hosted Whitney Point and Southern Cayuga at Sobus Field for our season opening meet. A huge thank you to our parent volunteers and to everyone who came out to cheer on the athletes!
Thanks to Karin Silva for capturing some of the action (meet photos here) and also Jami Johnston for snapping these photos: