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1969 - 1970 Photo Gallery

Power 1970

1970 Four Mile Relay NY State Record 17:45.6

1969 CHSAA Varsity Cross Country Champions Ray Naudain, Tony Colon, Pat Rafferty, Coach Br. John Bielen, Basil Marcial, Paul Barbary, John Jakimetz, Ed Walsh

1969 CHSAA JV Cross Country Champions Standing: Pete Neville, Joe O’Boyle, Armando Vera, Br. John Bielen Kneeling: Anthony Larios, Jim Gallagher, Marty Wisnieski, Anthony Fiorentino

At the finish line, Tony Colon edges Jim Freel of rival Archbishop Molloy at Madison Square Garden during the Knights of Columbus Meet for a relay team victory. That's Ken Schappert of Bishop Dubois in 3rd. Manning Solon photo courtesy Tom Cullen

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NY Relays Promo NY Daily News April 28, 1970

NY Daily News

NY Daily News

Power Eyes 2nd Straight Triple in NY Relays

NY Relays Promo NY Daily News April 16, 1970

1970 NY Relays Summary

1970 NY Relays Summary

You may know Tony Colon & Dennis Fikes are two of the best-ever schoolboy track athletes from NYC. You're probably not surprised they finished one - two in the 1970 NY Relays Mile Run York Relays. Tony established a meet record time of 4:11.2. Dennis Fikes was the runner-up in stellar time 4:16.2, also better than the previous meet record. But did you know Ed Walsh finished 4th in the outstanding time of 4:19.8, missing 3rd place by a mere eight-tenths of a second!

Distance Medley Champions 1970 NY Relays

NY Daily News May 4, 1970

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John Jakimetz

Track & Field News May 11, 1970

Tony Colon anchors the winning Penn Relays DMR team

1969 JV XC Team Vanny Start

Steve James 1969

Tony Colon & Denis Fikes NYS Scholastic Track & Field Yearbook

Finish of the DMR 1970 NY Relays

1970 DMR Triple Crown Champions

1970 DMR Triple Crown Champions

Shown here are John Jakimetz, Armando Vera, Ray Naudain, Tony Colon & Coach John Bielen with their Penn Relays Championship plaque. The foursome combined for a splendid winning time of 10:13.4. For the 2nd year in a row Power Memorial and Tony Colon are Triple Crown Champions

You Can't Win 'em All

You Can't Win 'em All

Joe Savage ran a 1:50.1 anchor for Roselle Catholic to win the Two-Mile Relay Championship of America clocking 7:49.2. Finishing 2nd is Power Memorial anchor Tony Colon. Joe & Tony would become team mates the following year at Manhattan College. Photo courtesy of Roselle Catholic

1970 New York Relays Distance Medley Championship Watch (courtesy of Ray Naudain)

Ray Naudain ("The Cheetah") Randall's Island 1970

Tony Colon Two-Mile Run Randall's Island 1970

Tony Colon & Joe Savage NYS Track & Field Yearbook

Brian Horton, John Jakimetz, Jim Gallagher Fall 1968 or 1969 Courtesy Michael Simon

Anthony Larios (partially obscured), Br. Bielen, Pete Neville, Tony Colon Fall 1968 or 1969 Courtesy Michael Simon

left to right - John Jakimetz (with hood), Marty Wisnieski (facing away), Kevin Bulger, Brian Horton, Jim Gallagher Fall 1968 or 1969 Courtesy Michael Simon

Tony Colon edges Denis Fikes for a Two Mile Relay victory at the 102nd Engineers Armory. Tony split 1:54.5, Denis 1:56.3. Both teams were clocked in 8:02.1 (Jan-10-1970)

Sprinter Albert Green makes his bid for the win at the Armory. 1970


Br. Bielen

Junior Varsity Cross Country Start Van Cortland Park 1969

Kokomo flies past Borges

Sophomore Pat Rafferty VCP 1969

Jeff Snaggs VCP 1969

Marty Wisnieski

Leland McGee & Don Hopson

Tom Cully

Chris Russell

Leland McGee

Juan Vera, Carlos Sardo, William Harrington, Don Mielke and Steve Celella

Tom Cully

B. Gerand, J. McGurran, D. Pender, W. Wisnieski

Freshman Track Team 1969-1970 Tom Cully in back row 2nd from left Courtesy Michael Simon

Power Memorial senior Tony Colon wins the LIAC Meet of Champions 1500m title in 3:48.2 from Newsday 06/10/1970

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