Albion boys cap 6-0 N-O track title season
Putting the finishing touch on a second straight 6-0 title season, Albion downed visiting Roy-Hart 112-28 this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League boys track meet.
Cincere Lowe was a triple winner in the 100, 200 and Long Jump for Albion as Dominic DiGiulio doubled in the Shotput and Discus and Chris Shabazz in the High Jump and Triple Jump.
The Purple Eagles also got wins from Tony Freeman (400 Hurdles), Sh’kwe Riley (800), Reuben Rivers (3200) and Junior Morales (Pole Vault).
Jay Heideman won the 1600, Brandon Allen the 110 Hurdles and Chris Ulrich the 400 for Roy-Hart.
Completing the sweep the Albion girls edged Roy-Hart 71-66.
Claire Squicciarini doubled in the 100 and 200 for the Purple Eagles as Olivia Krenning took the 400 Hurdles, Alanna Holman the 1500, Emilee Boring the Discus, Honesty Little the High Jump.
Nadia White was a double winner for Roy-Hart in the 400 and Triple Jump.
Medina splits with Akron
The Medina boys downed visiting Akron 99-31 to finish the regular N-O season at 4-2.
Kaedan Cleveland was a double winner in the 100 Hurdles and 400 Hurdles, Dontae Rhim in the 100 and Long Jump and Christian Drisdom in the High Jump and Triple Jump for the Mustangs which also got individual event wins from Gabe Mark (1600), Alwyn Cayea (800), Mason Moreland (200), Arian Cayea (3000) and Ethan Stonebreaker (Shotput).
Akron won the girls meet 108-33 to go to 5-1 as Sophia Jones doubled in the 100 and 200, Lauren Wagner in the 400 and 3000 and Bella Asmus in the Shotput and Discus.
Devin Griffin was a triple winner for Medina in the 100 Hurdles, High Jump and Long Jump.
Newfane sweeps Barker
The Newfane girls completed a third straight N-O title season by downing Barker 127-14 to finish at 6-0.
Mel Myers was a triple winner for Newfane in the High Jump, Long Jump and Triple Jump as Ashlin Joseph doubled in the 100 Hurdles and 40 Hurdles and Rachel Chunco in the 200 and 400.
The Newfane boys completed the sweep by besting Barker 109-26 to finish at 5-1.
The Panthers had a quartet of double winners including Max Czekaj (110 Hurdles, 400 Hurdles), Dakota Baker (100, 200), Jayden Reynolds (1600, 3200) and Xavier Thomas (Shotput, Pole Vault).