Barrett topped off a great season in the 110 high hurdles with a Federation title in a career-best and school-record time of 14.14 seconds. He easily emerged as the Island's top hurdler, winning the Suffolk qualifier and taking home the 110 race at the St. Anthony's Invitational.
English's career really took off this season. The senior set the track world on fire after clearing 7-feet in the high jump at the Bob Pratt Invitational. And he wasn't just a flash in the pan. English cleared 6-9 two days before jumping 7-feet and took home the state Division I title after jumping 6-8.
Mickens emerged as Long Island's top sprinter as he took home Nassau Class AA titles in the 100- and 200-meter dashes. He followed that up with a Federation title in the 200 in 21.52 seconds.
Smith wrapped up his career in fine fashion as he took home the shot put Federation title with a toss of 58-81/4. Smith came up big at several important meets, including the St. Anthony's Invitational, winning the shot put with a toss of 57-10. He was also Suffolk's best discus thrower, winning the state qualifier with a throw of 157-4.
Williams highlighted his season at the state meet as he captured the Federation triple jump title with a leap of 47-103/4. He got the crowd going at the state meet when he jumped a career-high 50-feet in the Division I final. Williams also won the high jump at the Suffolk qualifier with a leap of 6-6.
In addition to leading Longwood to an undefeated League I season and the Suffolk Division I title, Reilly's team had three individuals and two relay teams qualify for states.
SECOND TEAMMark Castilletti
North Babylon, Sr.
St. Anthony's, Sr.
Bay Shore, Sr.
Locust Valley, Sr.