Staten Island High School Boys’ Track & Field: Monsignor Farrell’s pole vaulter Joe Crispi placed second in the New Balance Games

Monsignor Farrell’s Joe Cripsi bagged his third silver medal this season in pole vault competition Saturday, placing second in the New Balance Games, held at the New Balance Armory Track and Field Center, in Manhattan.

Crispi came near his best in the vertical jump, scaling 14 feet, 9 inches. The Lions’ senior leaped 15-0 last month to win the Bishop Loughlin Games.

Todd Uckermark of Warwick Valley won the NB scholastic event in 16-0.

Farrell’s Justin Sicari also walked home with a medal, placing third in the high jump with a measure of 6-6.

On the track, Curtis’ distance medley relay finished fifth in the invitational race with a time of 10 minutes, 39.56 seconds. The Warriors’ quartet comprised of Mohamed Bah (3:12.5, 1,200 meters), Joshua Beausil (49.9, 400), John Akekaya (2:05.7, 800) and Jacob Marlin (4:30.5, 1,600). Arlington was first in 10:21.48.

New Balance Games

New Balance Armory Track & Field Center

All race distances in meters



DISTANCE MEDLEY: 5. Curtis (Mohamed Bah 3:12.5, Joshua Beausil 50.1, John Akekaya 2:05.7, Jacob Marlin 4:31.2), 10:39.56; 10. Port Richmond, 11:45.72 – 1. Arlington, 10:21.48.


600: 15. Bah (C), 1:26.16; Beausil (C), 1:26.59; Akekaya (C), 1:31.98; Matt Trimmer (C), 1:33.35.

1,000: Trimmer (C), 2:50.03 – 1. Simon Nwana (Syosset), 2:31.24.

HIGH JUMP: 3. Justin Sicari (MF), 6-6.

POLE VAULT: 2. Joe Crispi (MF), 14-9; 10 (tied). Luke Ammattri (MF), 12-9 – 1. Todd Uckermark (Warwick Valley), 16-0.






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