Holley’s new track facility debuts

Staff Reports Posted 23 April 2014 at 12:00 am

Photos by Cheryl Wertman
The much anticipated opener of Holley High’s new all weather track and field facility took place this afternoon under sunny skies with a chilly breeze as the Hawks hosted Genesee Region League foes Attica and Byron-Bergen. Here Holley’s Monica Merlau runs the first leg of the meet opening 3200 relay.

James Skehan in action in the 110 hurdles for the Holley boys squad which defeated Attica but lost to Byron-Bergen.

Claudia Passarell competes in the 100 meters for the Lady Hawks which lost to both Attica and Byron-Bergen.

Phil Haughton sprints toward the finish line for Holley in the 100 meter dash.

Nicole Blackburn takes the baton from Luca Fahmer for the Lady Hawks during the 3200 relay.

Merlau heads for the finish line in the 100 hurdles.

Martin Beadle, who was an individual event triple winner in the 1600, 3200 and long jump, gets the baton from Flint Dilella for the Hawks in the 3200 relay. The Hawks also had Dan Flanagan double in the 400 and pole vault.

Matt DeSimone soars in the long jump for the Hawks.