Katelyn Tuohy sets the National Record in 3200M at the 2018 Loucks Games. Tuohy set a number of national records in 2017-2018 and was also named Gatorade Female Track & Field Athlete of the Year.

Sam Morillo wins the Javelin Throw at the 2018 Loucks Games. Morillo was also named Westchester/Putnam Girls Track Athlete of the Year in 2018. 

Glenn D. Loucks Field 
White Plains High School
White Plains, New York 

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In 2018 we welcomed back the honorees pictured above, all of whom
had great days at Loucks in a year that ended with an "8".
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Welcome to the 52nd  Annual Glenn D. Loucks Games


Since 1968, the Glenn D. Loucks Memorial Games in White Plains, NY has stood for excellence.  We are regarded by many as offering one of the top high school meets in the United States. In 2015, a record 3,449 competitors registered for our three-day meet.

The 2019 Games (May 9th- 11th) promises to provide excellent competition for all who participate. Annually we receive teams from all across New York State (including New York City), Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Internationally, over the years, competitors have joined us from Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Quebec and Bermuda.


Pictured are three of the four directors in the meet's history; the trio has led the meet for 48 of the 50 meets. (L to R) Nick Panaro (1987-2000), Ed Kehe (the founder of the meet; 1968-1984) and Fred Singleton (2001 to present). Not pictured: Carol Coram (1985 and 1986). 

The 2019 meet promises to uphold the fine tradition that this meet has provided since its inception in 1968.  

If you have any questions, please contact the meet director, Fred Singleton at theloucksgames@gmail.com or 914.422.2314. Please note that the best way to contact me is by email. I will check for phone messages almost every evening, getting back to those who called within a day or two











2015 Loucks Games in Review

The 2015 Glenn D. Loucks Games is one that can be remembered for its numbers. With 3,449 athletes registered and with more than 350 teams on hand, the Games were larger than ever. There were athletes from ten states (NY, NJ, CT, MA, ME, RI, VA, NH, PA and OH) and two provinces (Que and Ont.).

But, perhaps, the number that will be most associated with the 2015 Games is 8:42.92, the new meet and New York State record set by Mike Brannigan in the spectacular Friday evening 3200 Meter run, a race in which three other state records were set (Alex Ostberg of Darien, CT – 2nd place – 8:43.93; Eli Moskowitz of Souhegan, NH – 3rd place – 8:44.79; and Jack Salisbury of La Salle Academy, RI – 8th place – 8:56.55). All in all, the race produced ten athletes who broke 9:00 with La Salle having two and another just over at (9:00.31) – the good news is that all of the runners from that fine program were underclassmen and we hope all will be back in 2016. In fact, of the top 15 runners (by the way 15th place was 9:18.72) 8 could be returning for another 8-lapper in 2016.

Other meet records that were set were:

  • Outstanding Male Field Athlete, Rayvon Grey of Beacon leaped an incredible 24’ 9.75” to set a new record in the Long Jump, replacing one of the oldest records on the our books (1981)
  • Brenessa Thompson 11.83 (into a head wind) for the 100 meters
  • And in the last field event of the meet, Kristina Insingo (Holy Trinity) bettered the meet record in the Discus by one inch with a throw of 143’ 8”
  • Shota Nakamura of Edgemont set a new record in the Section 1 Mile at 4:26.55
  • Ridgefield in the Open DMR (12:13.90)
  • In the New England 4X4 Bishop Feehan ran 3:27.69.


Other highlights:

  • The aforementioned Outstanding Male Field winner, Rayvon Grey topped the meet record set by Dwayne Pugh of H.D. Woodson (D.C.) – 24’ 8.5” set in 1981.
  • The Outstanding Female Field winner Shayla Broughton of Medgar Evers set a new record in the Pentathlon (3318 points) surpassing by two the 2012 effort of Betsey Garmick of Bishop Guertin (NH).
  • The Outstanding Female Running Award went to Sammy Watson of Rush-Henrietta (Rochester, NY) who won three trophies. On Friday, she won the 800 Meters with the seventh fastest time in meet history (2:08.73). She won twice on Saturday, winning the 400 Meters 53.59 (the fourth fastest in meet history) before anchoring the 4 X 400 in a time of 3:47.65) that just missed the tenth fastest time in history 3:47.54.
  • Two athletes shared the Outstanding Male Runner Award. Mike Brannigan’s efforts in the 3200 Meters had to be recognized, as he was victorious in what might arguably have been the best race in the nation for the entire season. Mount Vernon’s Rai Benjamin had one of the best meets in Loucks history, missing a triple-trophy effort by 0.003 seconds. It was by that margin on Friday that he lost the 100 Meters to Mount St. Michael’s Anton Porter (10.683 to 10.686 – performances which rank # 6 and 7, respectively). On Saturday he won the 400 Meters (46.67) and the 400 Intermediate Hurdles (51.71) each being the second fastest in meet history.
  • Annie Heffernan of St. Ursula of Cincinnati became the first athlete to compete at Loucks from Ohio. After arriving in New York at 1:00 A.M., she won the Loucks Mile (4:49.47) with the sixth fastest time in meet history.

Soooo, You're New to the Loucks Games! Here is a Guide to Help You. 

We at the Glenn D. Loucks Games anticipate one of the largest, most competitive meets in our history. Coach, if this is your first time at Loucks, thank you for accepting our invitation and joining us. Below are some answers to a few frequently asked questions.

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Meet Standards -Please Enter Athletes Who Can Meet These Performances

We have revised our meet standards to better reflect our clientele. Please enter those athletes (and only those athletes) who you feel are "capable of meeting the following standards". In the past we have a lenient policy, but please don't abuse it. If you think an athlete is close to these marks, he or she should be entered. If you think on his or her best day the mark could be within reach, again, feel free to enter that athlete. If there is no way an athlete could come close to the mark, please...please...please... don't enter him or her.

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2014 Glenn D. Loucks  Highlights

2014 Glenn D. Loucks Highlights Thursday May 8th There were several good races on what has become known as “DMR Day at Loucks”. The year’s first race produced one of the closest finishes, as Danbury (11:04.05) defeated Mamaroneck (11:04.78) in the Men’s Frosh/Soph DMR. Moments later, in the women’s race, Monroe Woodbury (12:40.19) defeated a hard-charging Bay Shore team (12:41.22). The East Coast Challenge races were won by Arlington’s men’s squad (10:11.12) and by the ladies from Staples (CT), the latter defeating the defending champion Mamaroneck Tigers (11:54.15 to 12:05.98). Ridgefield (CT) won the Open DMR by seven seconds (12:23.43), while Pearl River boys won their race by close to three seconds (10:31.59).

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2013 in Review

Thursday Despite the weekend weather forecast of potential thunderstorms, the evening turned out to be a nice night. The results on the track were: Men In the East Coast Challenge DMR, St. Benedict’s (Jersey City), Arlington and Carmel provided a classic battle, with St. Benedict’s anchorman Edward Cheserek pulling away and leading the team to a 10:06.40 victory (Arlington 10:07.18 and Carmel 10:10.35). But Arlington was able to field another team that won the Open DMR with a fine 10:23.84. In the Frosh/Soph 4X400, Thomas Jefferson set a meet record of 3:24.81!

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