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2018-05-15 / Sports

DA Girls, Unatego Boys Dominate Harbaugh Invite

By Tom Coddington


WINNING RELAY — Walton’s Joel Rhinehart gets the baton to teammate Zach Coviello for the final leg of the 400-meter relay at the Harbaugh meet in Delhi on Wednesday. Coviello outran other teams’ runners to seal the Warriors’ only victory in the meet. 
T.W. Coddington/The Reporter WINNING RELAY — Walton’s Joel Rhinehart gets the baton to teammate Zach Coviello for the final leg of the 400-meter relay at the Harbaugh meet in Delhi on Wednesday. Coviello outran other teams’ runners to seal the Warriors’ only victory in the meet. T.W. Coddington/The Reporter DELHI — There was no doubt that the Delaware Academy girls’ track and field team would win Wednesday’s Ed Harbaugh on its own field. The Bulldogs racked up 11 first place finishes and 190 points. Unadilla Valley was a distant second with 113.5 points in the 14-team event. Stamford was third with 49.5 points, followed by Cherry Valley-Springfield with 38, Deposit/Hancock 36, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/ Morris 16, Andes 14, Franklin 13, Laurens/Milford 13, Walton 12, Unatego seven, South Kortright/Charlotte Valley six, Harpursville/Afton five and Edmeston none.

Leading the way for DA was Logan Bruce, who won the 100-meter hurdles in 15.2 seconds, the long jump with a leap of 17 feet and a half-inch, and teamed up with Caroline Grace, Olivia Wakin and Aolani McCarthy to win the 400-meter relay in 53 minutes and five seconds, and shared the MVP honors with UV’s Julia Ogelsby, who won the 100-meter dash in 12.7 seconds and the high jump in five feet and four inches.


HEADED FOR RECORD — Delhi’s Logan Bruce gets set to finish her 100 meter in a record performance. She crossed the finish line in 15.2 seconds at the Harbaugh Invitationl meet at DA on Wednesday. 
T.W. Coddington/The Reporter HEADED FOR RECORD — Delhi’s Logan Bruce gets set to finish her 100 meter in a record performance. She crossed the finish line in 15.2 seconds at the Harbaugh Invitationl meet at DA on Wednesday. T.W. Coddington/The Reporter DA’s Cella Schnabel was a double winner, finishing the 1,500-meter run in five minutes and 25.5 seconds, and the 3,000-meter run in 11 minutes and 46.3 seconds. The Bulldogs swept the relay events, with Grace, Wakin, Katie Hadley and Jillian Lees taking the 1,600-meters in four minutes and 31.5 seconds and Raegen Bracchy, Lucia Marsiglio, Rachel Blocker and Camille Mueller winning the 3,200 meters in 11 minutes and 33.4 seconds.


ON THE WAY IN — DA’s Cella Schnabel lengthens her lead over Stamford’s Katrina Alexander in the 1,500-meter run at the Harbaugh meet in Delhi on Wednesday 
T.W. Coddington/The Reporter ON THE WAY IN — DA’s Cella Schnabel lengthens her lead over Stamford’s Katrina Alexander in the 1,500-meter run at the Harbaugh meet in Delhi on Wednesday T.W. Coddington/The Reporter Also winning for DA were Lees, who finished the 800-meter run in two minutes and 29.2 seconds, Hadley, who won the triple jump in 34 feet and one inch, Grace with a time of one minute and 5.1 seconds, and Sophia Wakin, with a time of one minute and 14 seconds in the 400-meter hurdles.

Other winners were Walton’s Jordan Condon with a pole vault of seven feet and two inches, Andes’ Laurylinn Weaver with a 97-foot, one inch heave of the discus, Stamford’s Skylar Shafer, who was timed in 27.2 second in the 200-meter dash, and UV’s Molly Avolio with shot put of 34 feet and 8.5 inches.

On the boys’ side, Unatego was the team winner with 132 points. CV-S was second with 103.5, DA third with 68, followed by L/M 56, Walton 39, GMU/M 32, UV 23, SK/CV 20, Franklin 20, H/A 18, D/H six, Andes five, Stamford three and Edmeston none.


TEAMWORK — Unatego’s Aidan Cutting outruns teammate Josh Treffeisen in the 1,600-meter run at Wednesday’s Harbaugh meet at Delhi. Cutting also won the 3,200-meter run. 
T.W. Coddington/The Reporter TEAMWORK — Unatego’s Aidan Cutting outruns teammate Josh Treffeisen in the 1,600-meter run at Wednesday’s Harbaugh meet at Delhi. Cutting also won the 3,200-meter run. T.W. Coddington/The Reporter One boys’ MVP was Unatego’s Jacob Haqq, who won the long jump at 19 feet and 9.5 inches and the triple jump at 43 feet and 11 inches, and teamed with Noal Blake, Josh Treffeisen and Andy Sheldon to win the 1,600-meter relay in three minutes and 40.4 seconds. Teammate Aidan Cutting also had a hand in three Spartan wins. He won the 1,600-meter run in four minutes and 36.4 seconds, the 3,200-meter run in 10 minutes and 22.1 seconds, and teamed with Noah Blake, Treffeisen and Nick Sousa to win the 3,200-meter relay. Treffeisen also won the 800-meter run with a time of two minutes and 4.3 seconds.


I CAN WIN — Michael Milton of South Kortright/Charlotte Valley picks up his pace in the 200-meter dash at the Harbaugh Invitational in Delhi on Wednesday. He also won the 100-meter dash. 
T.W. Coddington/The Reporter I CAN WIN — Michael Milton of South Kortright/Charlotte Valley picks up his pace in the 200-meter dash at the Harbaugh Invitational in Delhi on Wednesday. He also won the 100-meter dash. T.W. Coddington/The Reporter SK/CV’s Michael Milton won twice, running the 100-meter dash in 10.8 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 20.8 seconds, and shared the boys’ MVP honors with Haqq. Also winning twice was L/M’s Finn Hall, with a shot put of 45 feet and five inches and a discus throw of 140 feet and 10 inches.

Walton’s 400-meter relay of Jose Mirabel, River Reed, Joel Rhinehart and Zach Coviello won with a time of 48.1 seconds. DA’s only win was by Ben Arehart who highjumped five feet and nine inches.

CV-S had three winners — Jordan Graudons in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 59.3 seconds, and Alex Cronkite with a pole vault of 12 feet and six inches. Ethan Koch of GMU/M won the 400-meter dash in 54 seconds.


Skylar Shafer Skylar Shafer The event featured seven new records, starting with the DA girls 190 points. Bruce set two records for girls’ long jump and 100-meter hurdles and shared another, with the 400-meter relay team. Haqq’s win for the boys’ triple jump was also a record, as were Ogelsby’s girls 100-meter dash and Hydorn for the boys’ 110-meter hurdles.

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