Medina girls post win over Wilson in N-O track; Roy-Hart boys tie Newfane

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 5 May 2022 at 9:31 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Lydia Fox in action for Medina in the Long Jump during the host Mustangs win over Wilson this afternoon.

Medina bested visiting Wilson 70-48 in a Niagara-Orleans League girls track meet this afternoon.

Maddy Rutledge was a triple winner in the 100, High Jump and Long Jump for Medina which is now 2-3.

The Mustangs also had Penelope Schalck win the 400, Ellie Roath the 200 and Maddy Mark the 3000.

Maddie Schultz won the 100 Hurdles, 400 Hurdles and Triple Jump for Wilson which is now 1-3.

The Medina vs. Wilson boys meet is incomplete as wet grounds prevented the holding of the Shotput and Discus. Wilson currently leads the meet 67.5-51.5.

The earlier season Newfane at Medina boys meet is also still incomplete as wet grounds again caused the postponement of the Shotput and Discus.

Kaedon Cleveland doubled in the 110 Hurdles and 400 Hurdles an Bryson Costich in the Long Jump and Triple Jump for Medina.

Paul Smith won both the 100 and 200 for Wilson.

The Roy-Hart boys earned a 70.5-70.5 tie with Newfane by virtue of a win by the 1600 Relay quartet of Chris Ulrich, Andrew Ossont, James Hedeman and Trent Choate.

Choate also was a double winner in the 100 and 200 as was Heideman in the 1600 and 3200.

Dom Wilson doubled for Newfane in the High Jump and Triple Jump.

Newfane downed Roy-Hart in the girls meet 102-42 as Mel Myers tripled in the Long Jump, High Jump and Triple Jump. The Lady Panthers also had Gina Shorter double in the 100 and 200 and Kat Ersing in the 800 and 1500.

Newfane stays undefeated at 5-0 with Akron which downed Barker 110-30. The Lady Panthers and Lady Tigers will meet in the title deciding regular season finale next week.

Akron had a trio of double winners in Sophia Jones (100, 200), Lauren Wagner (1500, 3000) and Samantha Bellis (High Jump. Triple Jump).

Akron downed Barker in the boys meet 72-60 as Chris Bergman tripled in the 100, 200 and 400 and Jonathan Steen doubled in the 110 Hurdles and 400 Hurdles.

Mason Allee Castro doubled in the 800 and 1600 and Dawson Donovan in the Long Jump and Triple Jump for Barker.

Isaac Pace competes in the High Jump for Medina.