It was quite a weekend for the Dansville indoor track and field team after taking part in a pair of meets Jan. 14–15 at Hobart as the Mustangs came away setting four new school records.

It was quite a weekend for the Dansville indoor track and field team after taking part in a pair of meets Jan. 14–15 at Hobart as the Mustangs came away setting four new school records.


Danielle Potter is now No. 1 in all four classes in the triple jump after breaking her own school record with a leap of 35-10 3/4


Phillip Longo eclipsed his own triple jump school record with a jump of 41-7 to rank him second in Class C. Longo also climbed to No. 2 in the high jump as well with Friday’s best of 6-2.


A pair of long-standing marks disappeared as Tim Coburn laid to rest an old 2002 shot put record with a throw of 41-5 3/4. He automatically qualiified for sectionals and ranks eighth in the shot standings.


Tim McGowan set a new standard in the 600-meter to topple the previous 2006 mark, securing himself a spot in the sectional competition.


A number of athletes provisionally qualified for the Sectionals: Zach White, 600-meter; Billie Chappell, shot; Abby Rapchick-Weidman, triple jump; Leah Wise, 55-meter hurdles. Four racewalkers have had some upward movement in the rankings as Melissa Hubbard automatically qualified for the race and Stephanie McMahon, Heather Fox and Kailey Boor all provisionally qualified.