MILES LEWIS Middle Country, senior sprinter Runner of

MILES LEWIS


Middle Country, senior sprinter
Runner of the Year


The University of Virginia-bound senior won the Suffolk Division I 200-meter championship, took first in the 100 and 200 at the state qualifier. He was scratched from the 100 at the state championships in order to concentrate on the 200, in which he took second.

2009 All-Long Island boys track & field

The nZone picks Long Island's best boys track athletes from the 2009 season.

MILES LEWIS Middle Country, senior sprinter Runner of

MILES LEWIS


Middle Country, senior sprinter
Runner of the Year


The University of Virginia-bound senior won the Suffolk Division I 200-meter championship, took first in the 100 and 200 at the state qualifier. He was scratched from the 100 at the state championships in order to concentrate on the 200, in which he took second.

TERRANCE LIVINGSTON Great Neck South, senior middle-distance/sprinter The

TERRANCE LIVINGSTON


Great Neck South, senior middle-distance/sprinter

The Tennessee-bound senior won the Federation 800-meter title in a meet-record time of 1:50.53 seconds. He was also the Nassau Class AAA 800, 400 and 200-meter champion.

ANTHONY QUEZADA Sachem North, senior sprinter Quezada capped

ANTHONY QUEZADA


Sachem North, senior sprinter

Quezada capped a great senior year, winning the 100-meter Federation state championship in 10.71. He took first in the 100 and second in the 200 at the Suffolk Division championships.

ANTHONY THOMAS Holy Trinity, senior thrower The senior

ANTHONY THOMAS


Holy Trinity, senior thrower

The senior discus and shot put specialist won the Federation state discus title with a throw of 182 feet, 5 inches. Thomas was also the CHSAA Intersectional shot put (54-6 ½) and discus (173-6) champion.

BOBBY ANDREWS Shoreham-Wading River, senior distance runner Andrews

BOBBY ANDREWS


Shoreham-Wading River, senior distance runner

Andrews finished his season with a third-place finish in the 1,600 at the Federation state championships in a personal-record time of 4:12.83. The N.C. State-bound senior took first in the 3,200 and 1,600 at the Suffolk Division championships and at the state qualifier.

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BERFRANTZ CHARLES North Babylon, senior jumper/sprinter Charles won

BERFRANTZ CHARLES


North Babylon, senior jumper/sprinter

Charles won the Federation long jump championship in 23-4 1/2. His best jump of 23-9 1/2, which was best in the state this year, was in the public school final. He took second in the 100-meter dash in 10.82 at the Federation final.

REYNOLDS HAWKINS Amityville Boys Coach of the Year

REYNOLDS HAWKINS


Amityville
Boys Coach of the Year


Under the tutelage of Hawkins, the Warriors were competitive in almost every event, won League VI, the Suffolk Division III title and had three athletes qualify and a relay team qualify for the state championships in four events.

The 2009 All- Long Island boys' track team.

The 2009 All- Long Island boys' track team. All capsules written by Marcus Henry. Photos were taken by Newsday's Audrey C. Tiernan.

SECOND TEAM (not pictured)

Joshua Haghighi, Wheatley
Jaquan Holland, Bellport
Michael Kiley, Chaminade
Mike Levine, Commack
Mike Mastanduno, St. Anthony's
Mike Smith, Riverhead