Roy-Hart earns track split with Akron

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 5 May 2016 at 12:00 am

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Roy-Hart’s John Huntington competes in the long jump during the Rams win over visiting Akron this afternoon.

Roy-Hart earned a split with visiting Akron this afternoon in Niagara-Orleans League track competition. The Rams won the boys meet 72 2/3-68 1/3 while the Tigers took the girls competition 105-36.

John Stoddard was a triple winner in the 110 hurdles, long jump and triple jump and Avery Green a double winner in the 800 and 1600 to lead the Roy-Hart boys.

Aaron Curry also won the high jump and Jarret Thompson the pole vault for the Rams.

Markus Kenline was a double winner for Akron in the shot-put and discus.

Roy-Hart is now 3-3 and Akron 2-2-1.

Jenna Robnett tripled in the 100, 200 and pole vault and Henry Jones doubled in the shot-put and discus to set the pace for the Akron girls.

Emma Lindke won the 100 hurdles, Kaleigh Kuzma the 400 hurdles and Kelsey Ciemny the 3000 for Roy-Hart.

Akron stays undefeated at 5-0 while Roy-Hart slips to 1-5.

Alexis Rinker in action in the high jump for Roy-Hart.

Newfane sweeps Albion

Newfane bested visiting Albion winning the boys competition 90-51 and the girls meet 75-66.

Andrew Boudeman doubled in the long jump and triple jump and Sam Auermhamer in the 1600 and 3200 to lead the Newfane boys.

Newfane is now 3-2 and Albion 2-3.

Hannah Lewandowski was a double winner for the Newfane girls in the shot-put and discus as was Chanyce Powell for Albion in the long jump and triple jump.

Both teams are now 3-2.

Wilson bests Barker

Wilson likewise swept to a doubleheader win over Barker taking the boys meet 95-46 and the girls competition 76-65.

Trey Rees doubled for the Wilson boys in the 800 and 1600 as did Kirk Fay for Barker in the shot-put and discus.

Wilson stays unbeaten at 5-0 while Barker slips to 0-4-1.

Julia Reagan was a double winner for the Wilson girls in the 1500 and 3000.

Barker got double win efforts from Caitlyn Mason (long jump, triple jump) and Erin Greenwald (100 hurdles, pole vault).

Wilson improves to 4-1 and Barker slips to 2-3.