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Mamaroneck Relay Team Wins Millrose Games With Fastest Time Nationwide

Mamaroneck's victorious 4x800 relay team with Tigers' track coach Bob Morrissey.
Mamaroneck's victorious 4x800 relay team with Tigers' track coach Bob Morrissey. Photo Credit: Provided/Mamaroneck High School

MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- The Mamaroneck High School girls' 4x800 relay team made the Tigers' track squad proud Saturday by winning gold at the prestigious Millrose Games.

In a highly competitive race at the New York Armory, the Mamaroneck foursome recorded the fastest time of the indoor track season nationwide for first place in the event, with a time of 9:09.36.

Lauren Chapey, Katie DeVore, Lauren Shpiz and Shari Rauls won the Eastern States Championship in the relay, which spans nearly two miles.

In an exciting finish, junior Shari Rauls outsprinted defending champion Bronxville's anchor leg for the coveted title. On Sunday, the team will compete in a State qualifying meet, followed by State and National championships if they advance.

Boys Varsity Basketball Advances To Arlington

The Mamaroneck boys varsity basketball is set to play top-seeded Arlington HIgh School at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in Poughkeepsie after advancing to the Sectional quarterfinals for the first time in 38 years.

The Tigers beat Ramapo, 58-53, to advance to the second round of Sectional playoffs.

Senior Wrestler Advances To States

At the Section I Wrestling Championships this past weekend, seven wrestlers qualified, four were All-Section place finishers and one Tiger won the championship, advancing to States.

Mamaroneck's ninth place team finish was its best in the high school's history at Sectional playoffs.

The seven qualifiers and their weight classes were: Crew Fullerton (106 pounds), Charlie Saez (113), Bobby Bizzard (120), Alex Sanchez (126), Max Valera (145), Roger Ransom (170) and Youssif Hemida (220).

Hemida, a senior, remains the state's top seed and advanced to the New York State Championships on Feb. 27-28 in Albany. Mamaroneck has never won a State title in wrestling, but Hemida is considered the favorite going into the championship.

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