Hoagland, Rich lead way for track squad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Josh Hoagland placed in three events, including winning the shot put, and Dave Rich won the 100-meter hurdles and the pole vault as Whitehall’s boys track team narrowly lost to Granville and Hoosic Valley Tuesday.

Hoagland was second in the 100 and third in the 300. Tyler Perry won the 800. Zach Diekel won the discus and was second to Hoagland in the shot put. Brandon Steves was second in the triple jump and David Greenway was second in the 400.

The Railroaders lost, 66-65, to Granville and 68.66-62.33 to Hoosic Valley. Whitehall’s 4×400 relay team was disqualified because of a bad handoff.

For the Whitehall girls, Rebecca Lavin won the long jump. Marion Gendron was second in the triple jump and Lavin was third. Kassi VanGuilder was second in the high jump and Caitlyn Sandford third.

Whitehall lost to Hoosic Valley, 115.5-26.5 and lost to Granville, 81-38.

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