Girls track sweeps at home

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Wasaren League track

Granville girls dominate

 

 

Granville girls track took two of three relays to break a tie with Stillwater for the league dual meet lead April 26. Granville beat Stillwater and Lake George to take the meet and the lead in the Wasaren. Meghan O’Brien won four individual events with victories in the 100 13’, 100 hurdles, long jump and triple jump. Elle Leach won the 400-meter and Taylor Scribner ran on Granville’s winning 400-meter and 1,600-meter relays. Alicia Clark won the 1,500 and 3,000 while Ariel O’Leary won the 400-hurdles and ran on the winning 1,600 relay team.

The boys were not so lucky and fell to both Lake George and Stillwater. Camron Gallagher was first in the boys long jump and shot put and Mike Fiacco.

 

BOYS

Stillwater 84 2/3, Lake George 67 2/3

Stillwater 107.83, Granville 44.16

Lake George 83, Granville 50

 

3,200 relay – 2. Granville, 10:07.4.

110 hurdles – 1. Fiacco 16.3

400 relay – 3. Granville, 51.3.

400 hurdles – 2. Fiacco 1:06.0.

200 meters – 2. Williams 24.4.

1,600 relay – 2. Granville, 3:56.0.

Long jump – 1. Gallagher 17-3.

Pole vault – 3. Palmer 7-6.

Shot put – 1. Gallagher 37-1.

 

GIRLS

Granville 91, Stillwater 59

Granville 91, Lake George 46

Stillwater 70, Lake George 67

 

3,200 relay – 2. Granville, 11:17.4.

100 hurdles – 1. O’Brien 17.8.

100 meters – 1. O’Brien 13.0; 3. Scribner 13.4.

1,500 meters – 1. Clark 5:19.1.

400 relay – 1. Birchmore, Leach, Kelly, Scribner, 55.0

400 meters – 1. Leach 1:07.0; 2. LaPlante 1:10.3.

400 hurdles – 1. O’Leary 1:18.7.

800 meters – 3. Foryan 3:01.4.

200 meters – 2. Kelly 29.0; 3. Leach 29.3.

3,000 meters – 1. Clark 11:39.2.

1,600 relay – 1. Thomas, Scribner, O’Leary, Leach), 4:43.7; 3. 5:22.9.

High jump – 3. O’Leary  4-0.

Long jump – 1. O’Brien  15-6; 3. Kibling 12-1 3/4.

Triple jump – 1. O’Brien 32-8.

Shot put – 2. Chapman 28-0 1/2.

Discus – 1. Chapman 95-0; 3. Pietryka 76-0 1/2.

 

Hudson Falls Invitational, Saturday, April 30

Three Golden Horde track athletes took home third place finishes with Mike Fiacco in the 110m high hurdles 16.13; Meghan O’Brien in the triple jump 33’11.75” and Heather Chapman in the discus with a throw of 99’2”. O’Brien also took fifth in the long jump at 16’2”.

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