• Varsity Girls Track

    Varsity Girls Track

    Ally Alvira – took 2nd place in the TJ leaping 34’ 7.5” and 6th place in the 55 M Hurdles posting a PB time of 9.43
    Torrie Jenkins – took 3rd in the TJ leaping 33’ 6.75” and 6th in the LJ with a 14’ 11” jump
    Alexis Sullivan - posted a career best time in the 1500 Race-walk dropping 30 seconds for a time of 10:38.9
    The 4 x 400 Relay of Ally Alvira, Domonique Gaines, Brooklyn Lawrence, and Torrie Jenkins took 4th overall out of 26 teams posting a time of 4:37.2
    Cassidy Scott – had a PB in the Weight throw bettering her mark by 5’ – heaving it 28’ 2”
    Anastasia Bryant – did the same in the Shot with a mark of 27’ 9” bettering her best by 5’ as well

    The teams will travel to SUNY Buff State next week for a divisional showdown starting @ 8:00

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  • Varsity Boys Track

    Varsity Boys Track

    The Indoor track teams traveled to Houghton College for the Early X-Mas invite this past weekend where 35 schools were in attendance and over 1100 athletes were competing and here are some of the amazing results.
    Andrew Reichert - won the 55 M Hurdles and also won the PV breaking the school record – clearing 13’
    Jake Kaminski - who tied the school record last week in the HJ at 5’ 10” – won the event and now is sole owner of the school record clearing 6’
    Art Jordan - took 2nd place overall in the Weight throw and also broke the school record while doing so heaving it 49’ 9” – he also took 3rd in the Shot with a throw of 49’
    Jon Banks - took 4th in the Shot - 43’ 7.75” and 5th in the Weight – 45’ 5.5”
    The 4 x 400 Relay of Daron Mulkey, Robert Bragg, Keon White, and Brandan Townsel took 2nd place running a 3:52.06
    Seth Conner - took 2nd in the 300 M running a 37.26 and also 7th in the 55 M – 7.01

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  • Varsity Wrestling

    Varsity Wrestling

    The Varsity wrestling team finished in 10th place at the 13th annual Warrior Duals on Saturday. Giving up 30 points in forfeits, the Warriors wrestled pretty well matching up against the opposing teams better wrestlers. Kiar Parker and Huy Dang led the way with a 4-1 records while Tyler Le and Austin Sliwinski went 3-2 each. The Warriors will wrestle at Tonawanda on Wednesday at 6:00

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  • Varsity Wrestling

    Varsity Wrestling

    The Varsity wrestling team started the year off in the right direction with a 54-30 win over Lackawanna last night at home. Scoring pins for the Warriors were Caleb Graves, Kiar Parker, Akai Proctor, and Tyler Le. Other wrestlers earning wins by forfeit were Logan Wagner, Austin Sliwinski, Taher Ahmed, Jaden English, and Huy Dang. The Warriors will hold their 13th annual tournament at Central all day on Saturday. Come out and support your Warriors!!

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  • Boys Varsity Swimming

    Boys Varsity Swimming

    Your Warrior Swimmers started off the season with a win against Lake Shore last night, 97-63! Szymon Mazur took a first in both the 100 fly and the 100 back qualifying for ECICs in the process. Owen McCullor took a first in the 100 breast while also qualifying for ECIC competition. Matt Rozanski also had a great meet as he qualified for ECICs in both the 200IM and the 100 Fly. Christian Tabor finished in first place in diving while missing ECIC competition by only four points. In his first Varsity meet, Andrew Reichert qualified for ECIC competition in the 50 free! The freshman contingent of Devon Mills, Mike Fehr, Dondrae Davis , Danny Lee, and Jeff Wisnieski all swam well in their first Varsity meet. Our next meet is away at East Aurora. Go Warriors!

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