Roy-Hart boys, Newfane girls set the pace at the annual N-O All-League track meet

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 19 May 2022 at 9:22 pm

Photos by Tom Rivers: Jahmeek Riley of Albion won the high jump with 5-8.

Roy-Hart scored six wins during the boys’ portion of the annual Niagara-Orleans All-League track met held at Wilson this afternoon.

Trent Choate was a double winner in the 100 (:11.57) and 200 (:24.07) for Roy-Hart which also had Chris Ulrich win the 400 (:54.15), Brandin Allen the 400 Hurdles (1:00.51) and Ronan Klug the Steeplechase (12:04.29). Choate, Ulrich and Allen also teamed up with Landon Guild to give the Rams a win in the 1600 Relay (3:44.54).

Albion’s Jahmeek Riley won the High Jump (5-8) also also teamed up with Cencere Lowe, Auston Johnson and Ozzie Matos to give the Purple Eagles a victory in the 1600 Relay (3:44.54).

Trent Choate of Roy-Hart wins the 100 meter sprint in 11.57, ahead of Paul Smith of Wilson in 11.65 and Landen Guild of Roy-Hart in 11.79.

Barker’s Mason Allee Castro was a double winner in the 800 (2:09) and 1600 (4:50.13) while Newfane’s Simon Lingle doubled in the Shotput (37-4 3/4) and Discus (125-02) and Wilson’s Paul Smith in the Long Jump (20-5) and Triple Jump (39-8 1/2).

The other individual event winners included Newfane’s Max Czekja in the 110 Hurdles (:16.86), Akron’s Will Chubb in the 3200 (10:46.93), Wilson’s Jack Mahar in the Pole Vault (10-3) and Newfane’s Austin Burkard in the Pentathlon (1856).

Newfane’s foursome of Andrew Cuzzacrea, Connor Cuzzacrea, Alden Gibson and Gannon Gibson won the 3200 Relay (8:54.54).

Chris Ulrich of Roy-Hart (left) won the 400 meter run in 54.15. Mason Allee-Castro of Barker edges Connor Cuzzacrea of Newfane in the 800 meter race. Allee-Castro also won the 1,600 meter event.

Newfane dominated the girls’ competition winning 11 events.

The Lady Panthers had Cat Ersing win the 400 (1:03.75), Kylie Bowman the 1500 (5:11.09) and 3000 (11:47.41). Mel Meyers the High Jump (4-10) and Triple Jump (35-4), Shelby Nerber the Pole Vault (8-6), Lucy Ingro the Pentathlon (1679) and Leah Sigmann the Steeplechase (8:15.87).

Newfane also swept the three relays as Ainsley DeBaise, Ashlan Joseph, Gina Shorter and Meyers took the 400 (:53.21); Anna Chunco, Stephanie Chunco, Ersing and Joseph the 1600 (4:04.89) and Bowman, Isabella Pasquale, Ersing and Siegmann the 3200 (10:35.65).

Perris Benjamin (left) carries the baton on the first leg of Albion’s 4 by 100 meter relay team that came in third. Kylie Bowman of Newfane won the 3,000 meter run in 11:47.41. She also finished first in the 1,500.

Albion’s Abby Scanlan was a double winner in the 100 (:13.34) and 200 (:28.82) as was Wilson’s Madelaine Schultz in the 100 Hurdles (:16.65) and 400 Hurdles (1:13.36).

Medina got wins from Phallon Rivera in the Shotput (29-8 1/2) and from Madelynn Rutledge in the Long Jump (17-4 1/2 a school record).

Roy-Hart’s Nadia White took the 800 (2:33.76) and Akron’s Shea Masse the Discus (89-11). (Click Here for full results)

Lawson Wallworth of Roy-Hart and Junior Morales of Albion take the baton for their turn in the 4 by 800 meter relay. Newfane’s team was first followed by Albion and Roy-Hart in the event.

Ronan Klug of Roy-Hart won the 3,000 meter steeplechase in 12:04.29.

Madelaine Schultz of Wilson won the 400 meter hurdles in 1:13.36, with Anna Chunco of Newfane in second and Julia Miles of Roy-Hart in third.

Abby Scanlan, right, of Albion won the 100 meter sprint in 13.34 ahead of Sophia Jones of Akron who was second in 13.46. Sophia Albanese of Albion, left, was seventh in 13.95.