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2018-05-22 / Sports

DA Girls, Unatego Boys Win MAC Track & Field Titles

SIDNEY— As expected, the Delaware Academy girls and Unatego boys finished first in Wednesday’s Midstate Athletic Conference track and field meet.

In the girls’ half of the meet, the Bulldogs tallied 196.33 points to runner-up Unadilla Valley’s 111.33 points. Oxford and Deposit/ Hancock tied for third with 56, followed by Bainbridge-Guilford 26, Greene 24, Walton 21.33, Harpursville/Afton and Sidney both at 18 and Unatego eight.

DA athletes came away with wins in eight of the events, UV five, D/H two and Walton and Oxford one apiece. UV’s Julia Oglesby individually won four events — the 100-meter dash in 12.91 seconds, the 200-meter dash in 27.35 seconds, the long jump at 17 feet and 11 inches and the high jump at five feet.

DA won all three relays — Autumn and Sienna Dorr, Lonnie Weiss and Jillian Lees in the 3,200 meters in a time of 11 minutes and 12.72 seconds; Logan Bruce, Caroline Grace, Olivia Wakin and Aolani McCarthy in the 400 meters in 54.66 seconds; and Grace, Wakin, Katie Hadley and Lees in the 1,600 meters in four minutes and 23.08 seconds.

Individually for the Bulldogs — Bruce won the 100-meter hurdles in 16.66 seconds; Lees won the 800-meter run in two minutes and 32.39 seconds; Grace won the 400-meter dash in one minute and 4.75 seconds; Cella Schnabel won the steeplechase in eight minutes and 23.56 seconds; Hadley won the triple jump with an effort of 34 feet and 11.5 inches.

Both of the D/H wins were by Kelsey Young, who completed the 1,500-meter run in five minutes and 8.54 seconds, and the 3,000-meter run in 11 minutes and 5.9 seconds.

Walton’s Jordan Condon won the pole vault at seven feet. UV’s other winner was Molly Avolio win a 33-foot, one inch shot put.

On the boys’ side, Unatego came away with 131 points, Greene was second with 106, Sidney third at 93, followed by DA at 77, UV 40, H/A 31, Walton 30, B-G 20, Oxford 19 and D/H eight.

The Spartans were led by Jacob Haqq, Aidan Cutting and Josh Treffeisen. Haqq won the long jump at 19 feet and 8.5 inches, the triple jump at 42 feet and 11.5 inches, the 200-meter dash at 24.27 seconds, and was a part of the 1,600 relay with Noah Blake, Treffeisen and Andy Sheldon. Cutting won the steeplechase in 10 minutes and 08.84 seconds, the 3,200-meter run in 10 minutes and 07.89 seconds. Treffeisen won the 1,600-meter run in four minutes and 43.63 seconds, and the 800-meter run in two minutes and 05.35 seconds. Unatego also had a win in the 100-meter dash, with Jon Wood timed in 11.95 seconds.

Sidney’s Liam Matthews was a triple winner. He won the 110-meter hurdles in 16.41 seconds, the 400-meter hurdles in one minute and 02.93 seconds, and the pole vault at 12 feet. The Warriors also got two wins by Edward Rajner who hurled the discus 150 feet and three inches, and put the shot 52 feet and 3.5 inches. DA had one first place with A.J. Aukstikalnis doing the honors in the high jump at five feet and four inches. Greene had two wins, Spencer Klumpp in the 400-meter dash and the 400-meter relay.

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