Multiple winners highlight today’s annual N-O All-League track meet

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 15 May 2024 at 9:15 pm

File Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Medina’s Kaedon Cleveland repeated as the N-O 110 Hurdles champion in the meet at Wilson today while Roy-Hart’s Julia Miles was a double winner in the 400 Hurdles and High Jump.

Six individual event multiple winners highlighted the action at the annual Niagara-Orleans All-League track meet held today at Wilson.

Newfane’s Liam Betteridge was a triple winner in the 800 (2:12.10), 1600 (4:46.61) and 3200 (10:47.27) as his Panthers teammate Ben Dickinson doubled in the 400 (:52.41) and the Triple Jump (43-2 1/2).

Roy-Hart had Braden Ricker double in the 100 (11:28) and 200 (:22.71) and Julia Miles in the 400 Hurdles (1:10.51) and High Jump (4-10).

Ricker also teamed up with Ronan Klug, Zach Schultz and Jose Pabon-Rosa to earn Roy-Hart a win in the 1600 Relay (3:42.47). The Rams also won the 3200 Relay (8:52.78) with the quartet of Schultz, Klug, Josiah Rodriguez and Lawson Wallworth.

Medina’s Madelynn Rutledge doubled in the Long Jump (16-11) and Triple Jump (33-7).

Medina’s Madelynn Rutledge won both the Long Jump and Triple Jump.

Wilson’s Savanna Jones captured both the 100 (:13.06) and 200 (:27.23).

Medina also had Kaedon Cleveland repeat as the N-O 110 Hurdles champion (:16:10) and Gordon Young win the High Jump (5-10).

Albion’s Cencere Lowe won the Long Jump (21-10 3/4). He also teamed up with Hunter Huscher, Finn McCue and Rashard Johnson to earn the Purple Eagles a victory in the 400 Relay (:45.20).

Barker had five individual event winners as Zackary Santarsiero took the Shotput (41-4), Jordyn Kinne in the 100 Hurdles (:16.66), Emma Evans in the 3000 (11:28.16), Illiana Manning in the Shotput (31-7 1.2) and Kiera Dalton in the Discus (110-7).

Newfane also had Sebastian Winchell take the Pole Vault (11-9), Stephanie Chunco the 400 (1:03.56) and Kylie Bowman the 1500 (5:23.70).

Akron also had Kuuchut Grijalva win the 400 Hurdles (1:03.28), Jack Holland the Discus (127-0) and Madigan Regan the 800 (2:26.76).

Regan also combined with Kayla Cebulski, Hannah Liss and Emily Snyder to earn Akron a win in the 1600 Relay (4:25.73).

Wilson’s Marissa Schultz won the Pole Vault (8-6). She also teamed up with Bella Thrush, Addison Elia and Jones to win the 400 Relay (:52.29).

The Newfane girls foursome of Bowman, Jenna Achtyl, Jade Jerge and Isabella Pasquale won the 3200 Relay (10:10.48).

The winners of the Steeplechase were Roy-Hart’s Jillian Ossont (8:47.97) and Wilson’s Jaydan Ruble (10:36.32).

The Pentathlon winners were Albion’s Ben O’Connor (2212) and Wilson’s Madison Horn (1722).