Medina sweeps Wilson in track
Barker gains split with Akron
Capitalizing on a late afternoon break from the rainy weather, Medina scored a sweep over host Wilson today in a Niagara-Orleans League track meet.
Medina won the boys meet 90-51 and the girls competition 78-63.
In one other N-O meet, Barker earned a split at Akron. The Raiders won the boys meet 87-45 and the host Tigers the girls competition 75-57. The Newfane vs. Roy-Hart meet was postponed.
Improving to 2-1, the Medina boys squad was led by a trio of individual event double winners. Forest Harper captured the 100 (:11.6) and 200 (:25.2), Dalton Cerbone the 1600 (4:52.8) and 3200 (10:58.9) and Charles Beach the shot-put (32-10 1/4) and discus (93-4).
The Mustangs also had Barry Rogenmoser win the long jump (17-9 1/2) and Matt Cochrane the 400 (:56.4).
Cochrane also teamed up with Sam Simms, Derek Donley and Austin Heil to win the 1600 relay (3:46.2). Heil and Cerbone were also members of the winning 3200 relay (9:32.1) along with Anthony Pane and Patrick Roberts.
Wilson is now also at 2-1.
Holly Heil was a triple winner for the Medina girls in the 400 (1:04.2), 800 (2:37.7) and 1500 (5:27.3) while Emma Gardner doubled in the shot-put (28-4) and discus (73-6).
The Mustangs also had Martha Gardner win the 3000 (12:04), Taylor Miller the triple jump (28-9) and Leann Balcerzak the pole vault (7-6).
Angela Goodman was a quadruple winner for Wilson in the 100 hurdles (:18.1), 400 hurdles (1:16.4), high jump (4-6) and long jump (13-11).
Medina is now 1-1 and Wilson 1-2.
The defending champion Barker boys squad was led by triple winner Jacob Haight (long jump, high jump, triple jump) and double winner Tom Callaghan (110 hurdles, 400 hurdles).
Improvng to 2-0, the Raiders also had Colby Greenwald win the 100, Hayden Hathaway the 1600 and Sergio Cruz the 3200.
The loss drops Akron to 0-4.
Staying undefeated at 4-0, the Akron girls were led by a trio of double winners as Gina Henley took the 100 hurdles and 400 hurdles, Kylie Schultz the 800 and 1500 and Liz Wagner the shot-put and discus.
Kelsi Flegal doubled in the 100 and 200 and Caitlyn Mason in the long jump and triple jump for Barker which is 0-1.