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Roundup by CHRIS BROOKS, sports editor, Wellsvillesports.com

BASEBALL

Bath 6, Wellsville 5

BATH — If you’ve ever seen Rocky IV, where Rocky goes toe-to-toe with Ivan Drago, envision that on the baseball field with two of Class B2’s best as the legendary fictional boxers — Wellsville and Bath-Haverling. Thursday night was a fight until the final bell in Bath, and what a fight it was.

In the early going, both teams traded barbs back and forth in the first three inning strand. But in the next, the host Rams began to take over, scoring the next five unanswered runs to extend their lead. But like the Lions have faced for much of the season, they would rally back again to make the final inning interesting.

The comeback was mounted with a three-run top of the seventh, allowing Wellsville to cut their lead down to one in their final at-bats of the game. But fortunately for the Rams defense, they were able to stop the bleeding just in time to secure a big Class B2 victory over the Lions, as they held on to take a narrow 6-5 victory.

“We play with such heart, and the guys all play for each other. We’re never out of it, and it’s so much fun coaching these kids. Win or lose today, it doesn’t make a difference,” said Lions coach Tom Delahunt. “This young team is coming together, and Bath is the number one team in our class now. We were a little unlucky at times, hitting into a couple double plays that ended innings. It was just a matter of being in the wrong place and at the wrong time.”

The Lions (5-5) were able to strike first, and then provide the game’s first lead change in the first two innings, scoring a run in each of them to gain traction on an early 2-1 lead to control. But the Rams defense was able to buckle down for the next four innings, keeping the Wellsville offense shut down while their attack came to fruition beginning in the fourth.

With Bath-Haverling knocking at the door, they gave the wall around Wellsville’s lead a few cracks before eventually breaking through, tallying a four-run frame led by a pair of lead-off singles that would turn into runs, capitalizing on some key miscues by the Lions defense in the field to branch their lead even further.

After recording their last run in the bottom of the sixth, the Lions now found themselves in a 6-2 trench in their final at-bats. But Wellsville’s Cardiac Kids have done since the beginning of the season, they fought back with a vengeance. They would find a way to storm back by trimming their deficit down to one — the closest margin since the beginning stages of the battle, led by a heroic two-run triple by Alex Green. Adding help was Ty Vogel, who recorded another key RBI hit to complete the team’s three-run seventh.

But the Rams defense held in tough to keep Wellsville from scoring any further, as they conclude the day on the victorious side of the scoreboard.

The Lions totaled five runs across nine hits, with Vogel leading the bats with a 3-for-4 outing, and his RBI single. Cody Costello and Jere Havens each had two hits and scoring, with Costello adding in an RBI of his own.

On the mound, Havens found himself in a complete game duel with Bath-Haverling’s A.J. Brotz, as he went the distance by shelling out four strikeouts.

“We had one bad inning defensively, but Jere was on it again tonight,” Delahunt said. “It was really a pitcher’s duel for most of the way, and then we had a monster comeback. I give it up to my team, we were down by six at Canandaigua, and down by four tonight. We scored three big runs to give them a game with Alex coming through for us. If there was a fence, it would have been gone, and then Ty comes up and rips a single. If we keep fighting the way we are, we are going to be happy with how things turn out for us.”

Wellsville’s road trip will continue Saturday afternoon, as the prepare to take on Elmira in a 1 p.m. first pitch.

Wellsville 110 000 3 – 5 9 2

Bath-Haverling 100 401 X – 6 9 4

WLSV – Jere Havens (LP) (CG, 4K), and Alex Green.

B-H – A.J. Brotz (WP) (CG, 3K, 4BB), and Gavin Buckley.

Hornell 2, Bolivar-Richburg 1

BOLIVAR — Just like the girls contest down the road in Richburg, Hornell and Bolivar-Richburg came together for yet another close affair on Thursday. Only this one was a bit closer.

Just three runs between both clubs would scratch across the plate, the first coming from the Red Raiders early on, as they held a 1-0 lead for much of the game. With the lead being pushed to a pair, a chance to provide some late pressure arose in the seventh for the host Wolverines.


Although they were able to cut their deficit to one, it would not be enough to full overcome in the end, as Hornell held on by the skin of their teeth to hand Bolivar-Richburg their first loss of the season, ending an eight-game win streak in the process with a 2-1 victory.

“Matt McKee threw really well and we played good defense behind him today,” Red Raiders coach Jake Kenney said. “I thought we battled better today at the plate against a good arm in (Landon) Danaher. We got two timely hits when we needed them, and we made some big defensive plays in crucial moments.”

Hornell garnered their runs in both the second and seventh innings to take a 2-0 lead on Bolivar-Richburg (8-1), with Wyatt Argentieri and Dominic Nasca combining to record five of the team’s six total hits, each earning an RBI hit to account for their runs being scored. Argentieri went a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate to lead the Red Raiders on the front line.

The Wolverines, despite being shut down all the way to the end, saw one final opportunity to strike against Hornell. In the bottom of the seventh, Trey Buchholz turned up the heat with a late RBI single to score Landon Danaher, cutting their deficit in half. But the arm of Gates Miller in relief was able to record the save behind a trio of strikeouts and just one walk to assist Hornell in coming away victorious.

“Both pitchers threw really well,” said Wolverines coach Dustin Allen. “Give Hornell credit, they did some small things right to get the runs in. We couldn’t take advantage of the opportunities that we had. It was well played both sides, and hopefully this is something that we can learn from to bounce back.”

The Wolverines also finished with six hits at the plate, with Cam MacDonell helping the cause with a double. On the rubber, Landon Danaher went the distance behind four strikeouts and two walks.

Bolivar-Richburg will head for Wellman Field in Friendship tonight for a 5 p.m. first pitch against host Friendship/Scio.

Hornell 010 000 1 – 2 6 0

Bolivar-Richburg 000 000 1 – 1 6 1

HHS – Matt McKee (WP) (3K, 3BB), Gates Miller (7) (3K, BB), and Nick Oyer.

B-R – Landon Danaher (LP) (CG, 4K, 2BB), and Aydin Sisson.

Cuba-Rushford 21, Andover/Whitesville 0 (F-5)

CUBA — Benson McCumiskey had the best of both worlds help the Rebels of Cuba-Rushford out in a big way, as he started the game with a bang at the plate while hold Andover/Whitesville to just a pair of hits across his complete game, setting up shop for what was a 21-0 home shutout in five innings on Thursday in Cuba.

From within the team’s 14-run first inning, McCumiskey had the biggest bat during the opening at-bats. While the Rebels (4-5) loaded up the bags behind the Andover/Whitesville defense, he would go on to unload them all with one swing of the bat, scoring three runs on a massive double that just missed leaving the field by inches for a grand slam. He would finish with a 3-for-5 outing at the plate and four total RBI.

On the mound, the Rebels hurler went the complete game, striking out nine and walking two to assist the defense in bouncing back after their 2-0 shutout to the hands of Fillmore, earlier this week. Helping the cause at the plate was Austin Pinney, who had two more hits and two RBI. Cuba-Rushford would total 21 runs off 12 hits.

Andover/Whitesville (1-4) was led by Aiden Meehan, who had one of the team’s two hits on a double, while Spencer Mattison singled. On the hill, Cormac Brown fanned four and walked two in his two innings of relief. The team will partake in tournament action beginning at 10 a.m. in Scio, taking on Hinsdale to open up.

As for Cuba-Rushford, they are off until Wednesday when they prepare to visit Bolivar-Richburg in a 5 p.m. first pitch.

Andover/Whitesville 0 00 00 – 0 2 3

Cuba-Rushford (14) 06 1X – 21 12 0

A/W – Aiden Wagner (LP) (3K, 7BB), Justin Waters (2) (K, 4BB), Cormac Brown (4) (4K, 2BB), and Aiden Meehan.

C-R – Benson McCumiskey (WP) (CG, 9K, 2BB), and Logan Lewis.

Fillmore 23, Friendship/Scio 4 (F-5)

FRIENDSHIP — A seven-run opening frame registered by the Eagles of Fillmore was one that saw them set the tone right from the get-go in their latest road trip on Thursday, as the offense struck all chords while Graham Cahill turned in a dominant performance on the mound to pace the team’s 23-4 victory in five innings over Friendship/Scio at Wellman Field in Friendship.

The Eagles collected their seventh win in their first eight games, moving to 7-1 on the season with a 23-run, 19-hit tenure on offense that made its impact right away in the opening frame, collecting a 7-0 lead on Friendship/Scio immediately and never looked back upon it, adding more cushioning along the way to secure the win.

Cahill helped keep Friendship/Scio (2-5) at a standstill for much of the evening on the mound, garnering the win with nine strikeouts and six walks before Luke Colombo came on in the fifth to strike out the side, ending the game. On offense, Alex Ellsworth had the big bat, going a perfect 4-for-4.

As for the hosts, Nick Sortore recorded two of the team’s five total hits, scoring a run along the way. On the mound, Landen Arnold struck out one and walked two in his three-inning start.

Both teams are back on the field with 5 p.m. contests tonight, as Fillmore returns home to host Hinsdale, while Friendship/Scio stays put in Friendship to welcome in the Wolverines of Bolivar-Richburg.

Fillmore 720 (10) 5 – 23 19 1

Friendship/Scio 011 2 0 – 4 5 7

FIL – Graham Cahill (WP) (9K, 6BB), Luke Colombo (5) (3K), and Alex Ellsworth.

F/S – Landen Arnold (LP) (K, 2BB), Nick Sortore (4) (K, 4BB), and Sortore, Arnold (4).

Genesee Valley/Belfast 32, Hinsdale 3 (F-5)

BELMONT — It was an electrifying stand of offense that fueled the day for the Genesee Valley/Belfast JagDogs on Thursday, as they fought the chilly temperatures and some wind to put together a humongous 32-run, 17-hit effort at the plate, including a pair of 10-run innings to coast towards a 32-3 home win in five innings over visiting Hinsdale.

Carter Stout provided big things on both sides of the field for Genesee Valley/Belfast (2-6), garnering the win through two innings of work on the mound with five strikeouts, while providing some firepower at the plate along the way. He would help open up a massive 10-run first at-bats for the JagDogs with a three-run blast into the wind, leaving the field in a hurry for his first homer of the season.

Stout would finish 2-for-3 in the game, being one of multiple hitters to record at least a pair. Matt Weaver had the team’s biggest bat, going 4-for-5 with five RBI. Jesse Babbitt and Justin Hill each had three hits, with Babbitt recording a double and Hill driving in four more runs.

Hinsdale (0-4) was led by Damion Brown, who had an RBI single in the team’s three-run third inning. Jake Elliott added in the team’s second and final hit. On the mound, Xavier Pascucci struck out two and walked four through an inning’s work. The Bobcats will continue their road swing into Fillmore tonight with a 5 p.m. first pitch.

Genesee Valley/Belfast will get set for tournament action this weekend in Scio, beginning bright and early at 10 a.m. with a opening-round matchup against host Friendship/Scio.

Hinsdale 0 0 3 00 – 3 2 8

Genesee Valley/Belfast (10)3(12) 7X – 32 17 1

HIN – Xavier Pascucci (LP) (2K, 4BB), Sam Cashimere (2) (K, 2BB), Landen Wyant (3) (3BB), Jake Elliott (4), and Parker Cummins

GVB – Carter Stout (WP) (5K), Matt Cater (3) (6K, BB), Max Miller (5) (K, BB), and Justin Hill.

SOFTBALL

Bolivar-Richburg 5, Hornell 2

RICHBURG — Jessica Majot managed to keep Hornell on their heels for much of the game with her arm, despite some early pressure that was brought on. But on Thursday, the Lady Wolverines and their senior ace battled through it with a hot start and some key insurance pieces down the stretch, as they held off the Lady Red Raiders to remain unbeaten with a 5-2 home win.

“Jess threw a great game. She was able to keep the Hornell hitters off balance all night,” Lady Wolverines coach Brooke Lovell said. “We had a few miscues tonight defensively, but were able to clean it up late in the game.”

A three-run opening stanza started the Lady Wolverines (6-0) off in the right direction, as they took the early lead with help from Majot at the plate, as she belted a big RBI double in the midst of the offensive effort. Not long after, the Lady Red Raiders applied some pressure themselves with some key special teams play, scoring a pair of runs in the third inning off some baserunning and errors by the Lady Wolverines defense to cut their deficit to one.

It would remain as such for the next three full innings before the Lady Wolverines started to find some insurance, scoring on errors by the Hornell defense themselves to ultimately branch their lead out far enough to keep the Lady Red Raiders out of reach in the end.

“We had two crucial errors that really hurt us,” said Lady Red Raiders coach Brian Dyring. “One in the first and one in the fifth. We have been really competitive with really good teams, but we have to clean up the defense and put more balls in play if we want to start winning these games.”

The Hornell offense was at a standstill for much of the game by Majot’s arm, as the senior fired away 15 strikeouts to pair with two walks in her twirled one-hitter for Bolivar-Richburg. Helping the bats out for the Lady Wolverines was Malayna Ayers, who led off the sixth inning with a triple, while McKinlee Harris had two hits.

On the other side, Jordan Dyring had Hornell’s lone hit off a single, while she struck out three in her complete game from within the circle on defense.

Bolivar-Richburg will get set to battle Section V, Class B power Williamson on Saturday, beginning at 1 p.m.

Hornell 020 000 0 – 2 1 4

Bolivar-Richburg 300 011 X – 5 5 3

HHS – Jordan Dyring (LP) (CG, 3K), and Parker Graham.

B-R – Jessica Majot (WP) (CG, 15K, 2BB), and Madigan Harris.

Friendship/Scio 13, Fillmore 2

FRIENDSHIP — Host Friendship/Scio struck while the iron was hot right away against Fillmore on Thursday, capitalizing on their opening at-bats with an early lead to control. After the visiting Lady Eagles cut down their early deficit, the hosts found a way to branch their lead permanently with one swing.

That came from Nevaeh Ross, who continues to be a force on both sides for undefeated Friendship/Scio, as she broke the game wide open in the bottom of the third with a three-run blast that left the field in a hurry, extending their lead insurmountably along the way to set the table on a 13-2 rolling of the Lady Eagles to record their sixth straight victory to open the season.

Along with tallying two hits and three RBI total at the plate, Ross continued her dominance from within the circle for Friendship/Scio (6-0), as she held Fillmore in check for much of the contest behind 14 strikeouts and three walks.

It was a strong start out of the gate for the hosts, as they collected an early 3-0 lead keyed by special teams around the bases, scoring off their baserunning. After a scoreless second, the bats came alive in the third after Fillmore (4-5) cut their early deficit to one, as Ross blasted her three-run bomb to the outfield to break open a five-run frame for the offense, ultimately setting them apart from the Lady Eagles for good to secure the victory.

Adding help at the plate was Claire Calhoun, who went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Morghyn Ross, Jadeyn Shields, Kiara Grover and Grace Drumm all had a hit to add in for a Friendship/Scio effort that tallied nine hits in all.

On the other side, the Lady Eagles of Fillmore scored two runs off six hits, with Lizzy Nugent and Torann Wolfer each providing a pair, with Wolfer including a ground-rule double. In the circle, Saige Friedl fanned three and walked 11 in her complete game. Fillmore will return home to host Geneseo on Monday in a 7 p.m. first pitch.

Friendship/Scio will head for Scio to host tournament action beginning Saturday morning in a 10 a.m. first pitch, as they open up with a first round matchup against Genesee Valley/Belfast.

Fillmore 001 001 0 – 2 6 3

Friendship/Scio 305 113 X – 13 9 3

FIL – Saige Friedl (LP) (CG, 3K, 11BB), and Lizzy Nugent.

F/S – Nevaeh Ross (WP) (CG, 14K, 3BB), and Morghyn Ross.

GOLF

Wellsville 28, Salamanca 26

WELLSVILLE — After falling to the hands of Salamanca earlier this week over the road, the Lions of Wellsville were poised for redemption back home at the Wellsville Country Club on Thursday.

Despite another medalist round from Ashton Clark-Sanford and the Warriors, the host Lions were able to squeeze out the redeeming victory behind a balanced scorecard, with Dylan Day helping lead the way towards a narrow 28-26 victory to split their home-at-home series.

Day led all Wellsville (2-1) golfers with a team-low round of 50. Jack Jordan followed behind with a round of 53. Briar Dye and Mason Parks each recorded rounds of 54, and 55 respectively, while Serena Boussa rounded off the card with a 60.

The Lions are back on the links today on the road, as they visit the Bolivar Golf Club to take on the host Wolverines of Bolivar-Richburg in a 4 p.m. tee time.

Fillmore 37.5, Cuba-Rushford 16.5

RUSHFORD — Haley Hall and Isaac Sylvester were at the top of Fillmore’s scorecard to end the afternoon at Allegany Hills in Rushford on Thursday, as they both recorded the medalist round to pace the Eagles towards their fourth straight win to start the season with a 37.5-16.5 home win over “visiting” Cuba-Rushford.

Hall and Sylvester found themselves at the top of the overall scorecard for the match, as they fired the round of 58 to pace the Eagles (4-0) victory. Following behind was Anderson Wiltsey, who fired a round of 59. Rounding off was Will Roeske and Reid Cockle, as they contributed a 61 each.

For Cuba-Rushford (1-2), a team-low round of 59 was recorded by Sebastian Saulter. Ethan Fries chipped in with a 64. Haven Kellogg provided a 67, while Cliff Karn rounded off the Rebels card with a 78.

The Eagles are back on the links Tuesday evening with a 4 p.m. tee time at the Ischua Valley Country Club in Franklinville against Hinsdale, while Cuba-Rushford, along with Hinsdale, meet Wellsville on the road Monday night in a 4 p.m. tri-match of their own.

Genesee Valley/Belfast 35, Hinsdale 20

WELLSVILLE — Caden Miller was able to fire off the medalist round for the Bobcats of Hinsdale in the conclusion of their home-at-home set with Genesee Valley/Belfast on Thursday, but an even balance up and down the JagDogs scorecard was what paced their way towards the sweep of the Bobcats, as they rolled toward a 35-20 win at the Wellsville Country Club.

Leading the way for Genesee Valley/Belfast (2-4) was Dakota Hemphill, who was not far behind Miller for the top spot, as he garned a team-low round of 57. Will Guilford followed suit with a round of 60. Zach Davis provided a 64, while Deric Grantier and Chris Weaver rounded off the card with rounds of 66 and 67, respectively.

The JagDogs are back on the links Monday night at the Hornell Golf Club with a 4 p.m. start in store, as they take on Arkport/Canaseraga, while Hinsdale (1-1) looks to rebound back home in Franklinville against the Eagles of Fillmore today in a 4 p.m. tee time.

BOYS TENNIS

Alfred-Almond 3, Wellsville 2

WELLSVILLE — The Lions of Wellsville gave it their all to end their week of action on Thursday, after battling through thick and thin with Alfred-Almond on their home court. After both team split a pair of matches on the court, the final point was decided on a forfeit that went the Eagles way, allowing them to secure a big 3-2 road win over the Lions.

Both the Eagles and Lions would grab victories in each division of competition on the court, with Wellsville (3-5) grabbing their wins by going the distance with Alfred-Almond. In the first singles match, Matt Bittel battled back and forth with Cameron Heinig, each exchanging the first two sets before the two competitors reached a crossroads in the third and final set, where Bittel was able to outlast Heinig in a 7-6 tie break to secure the win (6-4, 4-6, 7-6).

In the doubles department, a similar story for the second doubles team of Adam Iantorno and Keaton Sharpe, as they overcame a narrow first set defeat against Noah Dusinberre and Patrick Powers to provide a dominant performance in the final two sets, laying claim to a three-set victory.

Despite the battles, Alfred-Almond was able to secure the match win behind a third singles forfeit, a 6-0, 6-0 straight-set shutout from Chris Mormino over Joel Janssen at second singles, and a dominant performance at first doubles.

The Lions are back on the court Tuesday night over the road, as they visit the Olean Huskies in a 4 p.m. first serve.

Singles

1. Matt Bittel (WLSV) def. Cameron Heinig (A-A), 6-4, 4-6, 7-6.

2. Chris Mormino (A-A) def. Joel Janssen (WLSV), 6-0, 6-0.

3. Liam Harris (A-A) by for.

Doubles

1. Maddox Dixon/Lucas Koegel (A-A) def. Ryan Haggerty/Hua Qui Zhang (WLSV), 6-0, 6-2.

2. Adam Iantorno/Keaton Sharpe (WLSV) def. Noah Dusinberre/Patrick Powers (A-A), 4-6, 6-1, 6-2.

Bolivar-Richburg 4, Genesee Valley/Belfast 1

BELMONT — A sweep of the singles department by the Wolverines of Bolivar-Richburg propelled them to victory on Thursday, as they garnered a strong 4-1 win over the road at Genesee Valley/Belfast behind strong performances from Jacopo Canepa, Anthony Densmore and Ben Kisel.

Canepa nearly garnered a first singles shutout for the Wolverines (2-2), as he powered his way towards a dominant 6-0, 6-1 triumph over Dominic Marro. Following suit were battles provided by Densmore and Kisel, as the two competitors managed to come out victorious with wins over Trevor Clark, and James Frawley at second and third singles, respectively.

Bolivar-Richburg would go on to add one more victory from their first doubles team of Gwen Coats and Andrew Crawford, as they edged their way through a first set against Genesee Valley/Belfast’s (1-3) Luke Snyder and Zane Cartwright before taking home the win by a 6-4, 6-2 count to complete the match victory.

The JagDogs were able to grab their lone win from their second doubles team, as Angel Jimmerson and Gavin Kenyon overcame a second-set defeat to roll past Bolivar-Richburg’s Dylan Crawford and Kayley Putnam-Bacon with a 6-2, 3-6, 6-1 decision to eliminate the team shutout bid.

Both teams will have the Rebels of Cuba-Rushford up next on their slates in the coming days, with Genesee Valley/Belfast hitting the road for Cuba in a 5 p.m. visit today, while Bolivar-Richburg travels there after the weekend in a 5 p.m. first serve, Tuesday night.

Singles

1. Jacopo Canepa (B-R) def. Dominic Marro (GVB), 6-0, 6-1.

2. Anthony Densmore (B-R) def. Trevor Clark (GVB), 6-2, 6-2.

3. Ben Kisel (B-R) def. James Frawley (GVB), 6-2, 6-3.

Doubles

1. Gwen Coats/Andrew Crawford (B-R) def. Luke Snyder/Zane Cartwright (GVB), 6-4, 6-2.

2. Angel Jimmerson/Gavin Kenyon (GVB) def. Dylan Crawford/Kayley Putnam-Bacon (B-R), 6-2, 3-6, 6-1.

TRACK

Wolverines sweep tri-meet with Houghton, Fillmore

HOUGHTON — An electric start for the Bolivar-Richburg Wolverines track team is being built, and it was no different on Thursday. During the team’s road trip to Houghton College, the Wolverines picked up where they left off from earlier this week, as they coasted their way towards another meet sweep, this time over Fillmore and Houghton Academy behind multiple first place finishes.

The Wolverines boys team coasted their way towards victory, scoring 11 first place finishes in all to power up a 94-point performance, with Ethan Coleman, Hunter Stuck, Lloyd Kinnicutt, and Rudy Polk all leading the way with at least a pair of wins each.

Polk and Kinnicutt swept all five field field events to lead Bolivar-Richburg, with Polk recording three in the high jump, long jump and triple jump, while Kinnicutt brought out the brooms for the throwing events once more, garnering winning distances on the shot put and discus. Helping further the cause from the track was Coleman, who provided winning times in the 100 and 200 dashes, while Stuck raced his way towards victory in both the 110 and 400 hurdling events.

Caden Giardini provided the Wolverines their final individual victory in the 400 dash. In the relays, the team collected a 400 relay win from the team of Gary McDowell, Hunter Walp, Ryder Easton and Austin Parker.

For the Lady Wolverines, they completed the meet sweep with an 85-point first place finish in an effort that saw them tally nine first place finishes, with Kori Thomas and Nadia Baldwin each recording a pair to pave the way. Thomas provided her victories in both hurdling events to pick up the team’s complete sweep of the hurdles, while Baldwin garnered a first place finish in each field of competition, winning the 400 sprint and long jump.

In addition, Raegan Giardini scored a first place win from the track, in the 800 run, while Maddie Sisson, Kyla Gayton and Leila Knight rounded off the individual wins with triumphs from the field, in the discus, shot put and high jump. The Lady Wolverines saw the team of Giardini, Thomas, Carmen Crowley and Jayna Thomas cross the finish line first in the 1600 relay.

Fillmore would place second overall, with the boys team collecting 37 points behind five first place finishes, led by a pair of relay victories in the 1600 and 3200 relays. Individually, Jack Cool, Matt Majoros and Eli Strickland all garnered medals from the track, recording winning times in the 800 sprint, 1600 and 3200 runs.

For the Lady Eagles, they would collect two relay victories to go with three individual finishes to collect 45 points all together for their second place overall finish. Kiera Engler and Ava Sylvester picked up two of those wins from the track, finishing at the top with winning times in the 200 dash and 1500 run. Following was Hope Russell with a winning distance in the triple jump.

The team would go on to collect a 400 relay win from the team of Engler, Russell, Grace Russell and Rachel Hatch, and then a 3200 relay top finish from Engler, Sylvester, Grace Russell and Sophia Templeton to round off.

Houghton Academy would grab 14 points for their boys team, and an eight point finish for the ladies led by a 100 and 200 dash victories from Nicole Torraca.

Bolivar-Richburg will head for Bath-Haverling to partake in Invitational action beginning tonight in a 5 p.m. start, while Fillmore and Houghton Academy will accompany Wellsville in a quad-meet scheduled for Wednesday at Genesee Valley/Belfast, also at 5 p.m.

Boys Team Scores: Bolivar-Richburg 94, Fillmore 37, Houghton Academy 14.

Results

100 – 1. Ethan Coleman (B-R) 11.5, 2. Henry Sardina (HA), 3. Ben Beardsley (FIL).

200 – 1. Ethan Coleman (B-R) 24.4, 2. Henry Sardina (HA), 3. Jadon Bromley (B-R).

400 – 1. Caden Giardini (B-R) 1:19.9, 2. Ethan Coleman (B-R).

800 – 1. Jack Cool (FIL) 2:28.1, 2. Logan Pforter (B-R), 3. Gary McDowell (B-R).

1600 – 1. Matt Majoros (FIL) 5:16.7, 2. Logan Pforter (B-R), 3. Damon Wood (FIL).

3200 – 1. Eli Strickland (FIL) 11:29.9, 2. Ryder Easton (B-R), 3. Caden Giardini (B-R).

110H – 1. Hunter Stuck (B-R) 16.7.

400H – 1. Hunter Stuck (B-R) 1:08.8.

400R – 1. Bolivar-Richburg (McDowell, Walp, Easton, Parker) 55.6.

1600R – 1. Fillmore (Wood, Muzaid-Omar, Cool, Beardsley) 4:04.3.

3200R – 1. Fillmore (Wood, Majoros, Beardsley, Strickland) 10:18.3.

Shot – 1. Lloyd Kinnicutt (B-R) 40-3, 2. Rudy Polk (B-R), 3. Austin Parker (B-R).

Discus – 1. Lloyd Kinnicutt (B-R) 125-0, 2. Austin Parker (B-R), 3. Damien Billings (B-R).

High Jump – 1. Rudy Polk (B-R) 5-2, 1. Hunter Stuck (B-R) 5-2, 3. Ray Muzaid-Omar (FIL).

Long Jump – 1. Rudy Polk (B-R) 19-2.25, 2. James Adenuga (HA), 3. Ray Muzaid-Omar (FIL).

Tri Jump – 1. Rudy Polk (B-R) 37-2, 2. James Adenuga (HA).

Girls Team Scores: Bolivar-Richburg 85, Fillmore 45, Houghton Academy 8.

Results

100 – 1. Nicole Torraca (HA) 14.1, 2. Nahia Etxebeste (B-R), 3. Mellody Stann (FIL).

200 – 1. Kiera Engler (FIL) 29.7, 2. Nicole Torraca (HA), 3. Jayna Thomas (B-R).

400 – 1. Nadia Baldwin (B-R) 1:10.2, 2. Makayla White (FIL).

800 – 1. Raegan Giardini (B-R) 2:52.3, 2. Rachel Hatch (FIL), 3. Addison Hackett (B-R).

1500 – 1. Ava Sylvester (FIL) 6:23.8, 2. Brena Walp (B-R).

100H – 1. Kori Thomas (B-R) 19.8, 2. Rachel Hatch (FIL), 3. Brena Walp (B-R).

400H – 1. Kori Thomas (B-R) 1:22.5.

400R – 1. Fillmore (G. Russell, Engler, H. Russell, Hatch) 58.3, 2. Bolivar-Richburg, 3. Fillmore.

1600R – 1. Bolivar-Richburg (Crowley, Giardini, K. Thomas, J. Thomas) 5:35.1.

3200R – 1. Fillmore (Templeton, Engler, Sylvester, G. Russell) 11:29.4

Shot – 1. Leila Knight (B-R) 25-8, 2. Emma Beardsley (FIL), 3. Genecis Easton (B-R).

Discus – 1. Maddie Sisson (B-R) 66-1.5, 2. Genecis Easton (B-R), 3. Emma Beardsley (FIL).

High Jump – 1. Kyla Gayton (B-R) 4-6, 2. Joey Danaher (B-R), 3. Jayna Thomas (B-R).
Long Jump – 1. Nadia Baldwin (B-R) 14-2, 2. Carmen Crowley (B-R), 3. Kiera Engler (FIL).

Tri Jump – 1. Hope Russell (FIL) 27-1, 2. Carmen Crowley (B-R), 3. Nahia Etxebeste (B-R).


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