Batavia wins Class C for both Boys and Girls.
Egeli leads the boys, the girls talent is spread wide.
* top scorer totals do not include relays
Class A Girls Rush-Henrietta 118 over Penfield 109
R: Alex Cooper (20) 1000m 1st and 1500m 1st
R: Ceara Watson (20) 600m 1st and 300m 1st
P: Katie Lembo (18) 3000m 1st and 1500m 2nd
R: Sammy Watson (16) 300m 2nd and 1000m 2nd
P: Abbie Frank (16) 55m 2nd and 300m 3rd
P: Harper Stewart (11) High Jump T3rd and Long Jump 4th and Hurdles 5th
4x200 Penfield 1st Rush 2nd
4x400 Rush 1st Penfield 4th
4x800 Rush 1st Penfield 2nd
Class A Boys McQuaid Jesuit 85 over Rush-Henrietta 53, (Edison Tech 52)
Wow… Class A boys had the talent spread out with Rush taking 2nd with only 53 points.
R: Mickey Burke (20) 1000 1st and 1600 1st
M: Nick Ciolkowski (16) 1600m 2nd and 3200m 2nd
M: Nate Howe (14) 1000m 2nd and 1600m 3rd
4x200 McQuaid 1st Rush 4th
4x400 McQuaid 2nd Rush 7th
4x800 Rush 1st McQuaid 2nd
Class B Girls Girls Mercy 107.5 over Pittsford Mendon 105
M: Emily Wade (20) Triple Jump 2nd and Hurdles 3rd and High Jump 3rd
P: Mary Barger (20) 1500m 1st and 1000m 1s
P: Lauren Bamford (16) Long Jump 1st and 600m 3rd
M: Sarah Bronk (12) Pole Vault 1st and 600m 5th
In the relays it was:
4x200 Mendon 3rd Mercy 4th
4x400 Mercy 1st Mendon 2nd
4x800 Mendon 1st Mercy 2nd
Class B Boys Greece Olympia 113 over Pittsford Mendon 74
O: Tremaine Moore (22) Long Jump 1st and 55m 3rd and High Jump 3rd
P: Jack Wesley (20) 1000m 1st and 1600m 1st
O: Carnell (CJ) (18) Noble 55m 1st and 300 2nd
plus Olympia scored (21) in the pole vault taking 2nd (Nick Faber) 3rd, 4th and 5th
4x200 Olympia 1st
4x400 Mendon 2nd Olympia 7th
4x800 Mendon 2nd Olympia 6th
Class C Girls Batavia 113 over Wayland-Cohocton 110
W: Meghan Curtin (28) 3000m 1st and 1500m 1st and 1000m 2nd
W: Adrianna VanCuyck (18) 1000m 1st and 600m 2nd
W: Madelyn Schartz (16) 300m 2nd and High Jump 2nd
W: Andreanna Bowers (18) Long Jump 3rd Triple Jump 3rd and Hurdles 3rd
B: Kristyn Mott (15) Pole Vault 1st and Triple Jump 4th and Long Jump 6th
(wow…Batavia’s talent is spread among many girls)
4x200 Way-Co 3rd Batavia 4th
4x400 Batavia 2nd Way-Co 3rd
4x800 Batavaia 1st Way-Co 2nd
Class C Boys Batavia 117.50 over Aquinas 74.50
B: Alex Egeli (28) 55m 1st and Hurdles 1st and Long Jump 2nd
A: Isaac Darling (22) High Jump 2nd and Pole Vault 2nd and 300m 3rd
B: Brandon Stevenson (16) 55m 2nd and 300m 2nd
and Aquinas scored (21) in the pole vault lead by Andrew Hazelton's win
4x200 Batavia 1st Aquinas 2nd
4x400 Batavia 1st Aquinas 2nd
4x800 Batavia 4th Aquinas DNF
Class D Girls Marion 71 over LeRoy 60
Class D Girls also has the talent spread out with Marion scoring only 71 to win.
L: Becca Schwan (18) 1000m 1st and 1500m 2nd
M: Hanna Williams (14) Triple Jump 1st and Long Jump 4th
4x200 Marion 1st LeRoy 6th
4x400 LeRoy 1st Marion 2nd
4x800 LeRoy 1st Marion 5th
Class D Boys LeRoy 86 over UPrep Rochester 79 (Williamson 78)
L: Ryan McQuillen (30) Long Jump 1st and Triple Jump 1st and 55m 1st
U: Anthony Smith (18) 300m 1st and 55m 2nd
L: Connor Hayward (16) 3200m 2nd and 1600m 2nd
U: Justin Butler (16) Long Jump 2nd and Triple Jump 2nd
U: David Curenton (14) High Jump 2nd and Hurdles 3rd
L: John Woodworth (14) 1000m 1st and 600m 4th
4x200 UPrep 1st LeRoy 4th
4x400 UPrep 1st LeRoy 5th
4x800 LeRoy 1st UPrep 5th
Notable Individual Marks:
Karmen Auble scored 28 points for Warsaw with wins in the pole vault and shot put and a 2nd in the long jump. In the pole vault she jumped 11-7 for a new SVSB and 2nd best jump in New York state so far this year.
Ceara Watson’s double win in the 300/600 included a SVSB in the 600 at 1:35.92 that ranks her 2nd in NYS. (it was big sister’s night tonight!)
CJ Noble and Byron Hearst split the wins tonight with CJ lowering his SVSB in the 55 again down to 6.42 to rank 2nd in the state. Hearst beat him in the 300. And in the 4x200 Noble’s Olympia squad beat Hearst’s Arcadia squad.
Imani Obieki of Edison Tech busted out a HUGE triple jump of 38-10, that's over 3 feet improvement on her PR, a new SVSB by well over a foot, and takes her from 28th to 3rd in the state TJ rankings. Obieki also won the Class A Long Jump and 55m scoring 30 points for Edison.
Alex Egeli’s 28 points included another new SVSB in the Hurdles at 7.66 to place him alone a 3rd best mark in the state.
Da'Darrius Dillard of Edison Tech just edged out Jimmy Shih of Webster Schroeder in the Triple Jump, 46-00.50 to 46-00.25, and they now rank 8th and 9th in the state.
Austin Peters of McQuaid set a SVSB in the 600 with 1:22.08 which ranks 9th in the state.
Catarra Burroughs of Wilson Magnet lowered her SVSB in the 55m yet again and at 7.29 is ranked 13th in the state. Burroughs also won the Class B 300 and has the SVSB in that event also.
Abbie Frank is only a freshmen and she scored 16 for Penfield taking a 3rd in the 300 and lowering her leading freshmen mark in the state for the 55 to 7.43.
The long jumpers are a tight bunch this year with less than 3” separating SVSB Alex Siracusa (Churchville) at 22-0.75 from 6th ranked Richard Powell (Gates) at 21-10. Rubin Owens (LeRoy) is at 22-0.25 and 3 boys jumped in between those marks tonight with Eric Zemaitis (Spencerport) winning A at 22-00, Joshua Allen (S.O.T.A.) winning C at 21-10.75, and Tobi Tella (McQuaid) taking 3rd in A at 21-10.75. Everybody here's at about an even chance to make the state team.
Penfield Girls 4x200 set a new SVSB at 1:47.18 and rank 18th in the state.
Rush-Henrietta Girls 4x800 set a new SVSB at 9:51.21.