Albion, Barker, Wilson each score 5 wins at N-O All-League track meet
Albion, Barker and Wilson each took top honors in five events this afternoon on the second and final day of the annual Niagara-Orleans League track meet at Roy-Hart.
In the girls competition, Aleah Foos won the 100 hurdles (:17.4), Mariah Elsenheimer the 100 (:13.41) and Mahogany Taylor the high jump (4-8) for Albion. Taylor and Elsenheimer also teamed up with Emily Blanchard and Chanyce Powell to win the 400 relay (:53.04) for the Purple Eagles.
Barker had Gabriella Clare win the 400 hurdles (1:09.57), Kelsi Flegal the 200 (:27.77) and Caitlyn Mason the long jump (16-6 1/2).
In the boys competition the Purple Eagles had Nate Trembley win the shot-put (41-7) while the Raiders had Casey Webb take the 400 hurdles (:59.36). Webb also combined with Carter Pisarski, Chris Sweeney and Jacob Arnold to win the 3200 relay (9:02.83).
The Wilson boys claimed five wins as Zach Sarratori doubled in the 100 (:11.77) and long jump (20-6 1/2) while Trey Rees captured the 1600 (4:44.82) and Alex Fox the high jump (5-10). Sarratori and Fox also teamed up with Ethan Bennion and Cody Secor to win the 400 relay (:45.86). Rees also won the 800 on Wednesday.
Medina/Lyndonville emerged with a trio of winners. In the boys competition Jalin Cooper captured the 200 (:24.01) and Matt Cochrane the 400 (:52.77) while in the girls events Holly Heil took the 400 (1:01.58). Cochrane also took top honors in the triple jump on Wednesday.
The Akron girls claimed three wins as Margo Henley took the 1500 (5:02.11) and Henry Jones the shot-put (32-1 1/2). Henley also combined with Emily Ludwig, Maggie Leeds and Kylee Schults to take the 3200 relay (10:15.98). Henley also won the 3000 on Wedneday.
Roy-Hart’s John Stoddard won the 110 hurdles (:16.89) nd Newfane’s Paul Dunbar captured the pole vault (13-0).
The Pentathlon competition was won by Roy-Hart’s Jordan Deuel (2,368 points) and Newfane’s Leah Good (2,200 points).
In the boys competition, Cooper also placed second in the 100 as did Webb in the 110 hurdles. Also placing second were Wilson’s Cody Secor (200), Akron’s Zach Bell (400), Roy-Hart’s Avery Green (1600), Medina/Lyndonville’s Derek Donley (400 hurdles), Roy-Hart’s Austin Dodge (pole vault), Albion’s Jacob Squicciarini (long jump) and Barker’s Kirk Fay (shot-put).
In the girls competition, Flegal also took second in the 100 as did Taylor in the 100 hurdles, Powell in the long jump and Foos in the high jump. Akron had a trio of second place finishers including Leah Czechowski (200), Mackenzie O’Brien (400) and Kylee Schultz (1500). Also placing second were Roy-Hart’s Kaleigh Kuzma (400 hurdles) and Wilson’s Brittany White (shot-put).
The boys team rankings were led by Medina/Lyndonville with 111 followed by Barker 103, Wilson 91, Roy-Hart 83, Albion 78, Newfane 46 and Akron 44. Akron led the girls rankings with 134 points followed by Albion 105, Barker 103, Wilson 76, Newfane 68, Medina/Lyndonville 37 and Roy-Hart 25.