Apr 14, 2011 Phil Blackwell Uncategorized
Baldwinsville’s boys track and field team will once again serve as host for Saturday’s John Arcaro Relays at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium.
Three days before that, though, the Bees plunged into CNY Counties League competition with a pair of one-sided wins over Henninger, as the boys won 139-2 at home and the B’ville girls flattened the Black Knights 114-18 at Sunnycrest Field.
Shaun Thompson, who is going to Duke University next fall, won the boys mile in a relaxing 5:27.8, but really impressed in the 400-meter hurdles, where he won in 55.3 seconds.
Rudy Sapp, who took the 100-meter dash in 11.3 seconds, edged Antonio Peck, 23.6 seconds to 23.7, in the 200-meter dash, though both would run in the 4×100 relay (45.7 seconds) with Parker Kiff and Nate Wicks.
Andrew Hoover was first in the 110-meter high hurdles (17.7 seconds), with Ethan Pacheck taking the 400-meter dash, 53.5 seconds to Jeff Mahar’s 53.6. Alec Peinkofer covered 800 meters in 2:22.8 as Andrew Fleming took the 3,200-meter run in 12:22.4.
Pacheck, Fleming, Peinkofer and Josh Perez were first in the 4×800 relay (9:39.0) as Hoover joined Pacheck, Mahar and Alex Malecki to run the 4×400 relay in 4:21.1.
Moving to field events, Shawn Calnan had a long jump of 17 feet 7 inches and a top high jump of 5 feet 8 inches. Fleming was first in the triple jump (36 feet 2 inches), while Mark Stanard threw the discus 107 feet 2 inches and Tom McGetrick won the shot put with 37 feet 9 inches.
Over in the girls meet, it was much the same story. Laura Farleman topped the field in the high jump (4 feet 8 inches) and 100-meter hurdles (17.0 seconds), with Rachael Miller getting first in the 1,500 (5:17.3) and 800 (2:37.2).
Sierra Earle was first in the shot put (27 feet 11 inches) and was second to Carlie McNamara (78 feet) in the discus. Gabrielle Jordan held off Gina Carnovale, 13.4 seconds to 13.5, in the 100 sprint, but Carnovale took the 200 (27.2 seconds) as Cassandra Chebrin took the 400 hurdles (1:14.1) and Cierra Allen needed 1:02.06 to win the 400 sprint.
B’ville swept every relay, too, as the 4×100 (53.3 seconds), 4×400 (4:38.8) and 4×800 (11:17.5) sides featured Allen, Jordan, Carnovale, Kim Cushman, Julia Johnson, Jordan Perrone, Kaitlyn Martin, Quaneisha Ivey, Lily VanDeValk, Morgan Marshall, Christina Pompo and Angelica Romeu.