Newsday's Jordan Lauterbach picks five boys indoor track and field athletes and five girls indoor track and field athletes to watch during the 2013-14 season.

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RYAN UDVADIA
Shoreham-Wading River, Senior
Udvadia excels in distance events. He is the defending Suffolk County Small School 3,200 champion, running a 9:26.96 at last year's county championships. |

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THOMAS SLATTERY
Chaminade, Senior
One of the best distance runners on LI. He is the defending CHSAA Intersectional 3,200 champion. |

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MARLON MONTAGUE
St. Anthony's, Senior
One of the strongest sprinters on LI. He is the defending Nassau-Suffolk CHSAA 300 champ, running a 36.80 at the league championship meet last season. |

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BEN BONHURST
Smithtown West, Senior
Bonhurst is the defending Suffolk large-school shot put champion, throwing 57 feet, four inches at the county championships last year. |

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PATRICK QUIGLEY
Wantagh, Senior
Quigley won the Nassau Class A 55-meters championship, running a 6.65 last season. He also won the Conference III 55 title in 6.75 seconds. |

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ALEXA KLUEPFEL
Glenn, Senior
Kluepfel won the State Public School Race Walk championship last season in 7:06.26. She finished second in the event at the Small School Suffolk Championships.|

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TIANA GUEVARA
Miller Place, Senior
The All-LI Cross-Country Runner of the Year. She won the public school state championship in the 1,500 last season, clocking a 4:39.88. |

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ANOINTING ONUOHA
Valley Stream North, Senior
Onuoha is the defending state long jump champion, with an 18-3 1/4 effort in March. |

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ANISA TOPPIN
Bay Shore, Senior
A versatile athlete who shines in both jumps and sprints. She earned All-American status in the triple jump after flying 39 feet and one-quarter inch at the New Balance Nationals. |

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MELANY BELOT
Kellenberg, Senior
Belot is the returning CHSAA league and Intersectional 55-hurdle champion. She spent the summer and fall training for another event, the triple jump. |

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