Holley, Kendall split in track

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 12 May 2014 at 12:00 am

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Kendall’s Jenna Jacob heads toward a win in the 100 hurdles ahead of Holley’s Lexi Reyngoudt. The teams earned a split on the day as Kendall won the girls meet and host Holley the boys competition.

Staying perfect at 7-0, Kendall defeated host Holley 76-65 this afternoon in a Genesee Region League girls track meet.

Holley gained a split on the day with Kendall by winning the boys meet 92-49.

Holley also defeated Wheatland-Chili 74-67 in the boys meet and 108-31 in the girls competition.

The Kendall girls were led by triple winner Maya Rutland, who won the 100 (:12.8), 400 (1:02) and high jump (4-8) and double winner Taylor Rutland who took the 200 (:26.7) and long jump (16-8.5).

The Lady Eagles also had Tania Arellano win the triple jump (31-6), Jamie Smith the discus (87-3) and Jenna Jacob the 100 hurdles (:17.6).

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Kristen Jacob in action in the long jump for Kendall.

The Kendall girls will next host undefeated (7-0) Byron-Bergen on Wednesday in a key regular season ending battle for the G-R title.

Emily Radford was a double winner for Holley in the 1500 (5:23.7) and 3000 (12:21.6).

The Lady Hawks also had Nicole Blackburn take the 400 hurdles (1:12.6) and Paige Whittier the shot-put (28-5).

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Dan Flanagan runs a leg of the 3200 relay for Holley.

The Holley boys were led by a pair of individual event double winners as Martin Beadle took the 1600 (4:43.1) and 3200 (10:27.3) and Phil Haughton the long jump (19-1.25) and triple jump (38-10).

The Hawks also had Glenn Robb win the discus (102-9.5) and Dan Flanagan the pole vault (8-6).

Justin Hards was a double winner for Kendall in the 100 (:12.2) and 200 (:25.0).

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Justin Russell heads toward a win for Kendall in the 110 hurdles.