• Varsity Track & Field

    Varsity Track & Field

    This past weekend the Cheektowaga track teams traveled to Kenmore West for the annual Kenmore Invite – and crazy as it seems for May there was sunshine in the sky and some pretty decent temps as well. And with that the teams had some pretty great performances – the Boys and Girls teams finished in 3rd place each – here are some of the highlights:
    BOYS:
    • Tamell Bass – broke the school record in the 110 hurdles finishing 3rd – running a 15.42 also finished 2nd in the HJ – 5’ 8” and 3rd in the TJ
    • Jayden DuBard – won the Shot – 50’ 10” and the Disc – 152’ 1”
    • Isaiah Sharpe – took 3rd in the Shot – 39’ 10.75” and 4th in the Disc – 128’ 10”
    • Jake Kaminski – won the HJ – clearing 6’ and took 5th in the 400’ posting a 52.32
    • The 4 x 400 Relay – of Kendrick Hampton, Lamar Reeves, Jordan Gary and Jake Kaminski took 2nd in the meet running a season best time of 3:31.5
    GIRLS:
    • Jayla Moss – took 2nd in the LJ – 16’ 6.5” and 2nd in the 100 M – running a 12.89
    • Anastasia Bryant – won the Shot – 33’ 7” and took 5th in the Disc – 83’
    • Ally Alvira – won the TJ – 35’ 3”
    • Kahdori Goodhall – took 3rd in the 400 M – posting a 1:02.7
    • The 4 x 100 Relay – of Jaence Williams, Kahdori Goodhall, Ally Alvira, and Jayla Moss took 2nd overall – posting a 51.08

    The teams will travel to JFK on Monday for the annual Little 4 Championships starting at 4:30 This meet is the bragging rights of the town of Cheektowaga – where they will face Maryvale, JFK, and Cleveland Hill. They will then prepare for ECIC’s on Friday and Saturday at Hamburg starting at 2:00 and 11:00 respectively.

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  • Varsity Track & Field

    Varsity Track & Field

    Williamsville South Invite 5/11/2019
    On Saturday the teams traveled to Williamsville South where the Boys took 3rd overall in the meet out of 25 teams and had some awesome results and the Girls took 11th overall in the meet out of 29 teams. Here are some of the highlights:
    BOYS:
    Jake Kaminski – had quite the day – winning the event and breaking the 30 yr old school record (along with the meet and facility record) in the HJ clearing 6’ 6” and qualifying for Nationals as well as the State standard – in addition he won the TJ – 44’ 7” also hitting the State standard. He was also part of the winning 4 x 400 relay along with Kendrick Hampton, Lamar Reeves, and Jordan Gary that posted a time of 3:38.6
    Tamell Bass, Lamar Reeves and Rhyan Riggs – all made the finals in the 110 hurdles – hitting times of 15.88 / 16.13 / 16.8 respectively.
    Isaiah Harris - had a PB in the 200 m – posting a 23.8
    GIRLS:
    Jayla Moss – had a nice day considering it was her birthday – taking 2nd place in the LJ – 17’ and 5th in the 100 m with a time of 12.65
    The 4 x 100 Relay – of Nakyia Boyd, Kahdori Goodhall, Domonique Gaines, and Jayla Moss – took 4th place overall – with a time of 51.69
    Ally Alvira – took 2nd place in the TJ – with a leap of 34’ 8.5”
    The teams will travel to Lakeshore on Tuesday for the final divisional meet - starts at 4:30 and then to Kenmore West – for the annual Kenmore Invite on Saturday – starting at 10:00 am.

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  • Varsity Track & Field

    Varsity Track & Field

    Iroquois Divisional 5/7/2019
    This past week Tuesday the teams traveled to Iroquois and Williamsville South on Saturday. The Iroquois meet was the 4th of their dual meets and the BOYS came out on top and also clinched the division with the win. The girls lost to a very good team but it wasn’t without some very good efforts – here are a couple of the highlights:
    GIRLS:
    Jayla Moss – won the 100 m dash – 12.5 and the 200 m dash – 27.3 and was part of the winning 4 x 100 relay along with Kahdori Goodhall, Domonique Gaines, and Brooklyn Lawrence – posting a time of 51.5
    BOYS:
    CJ Krzanowicz – won the 100 – 11.3 and the 200 m – 23.3 and the LJ – 19’ 3.75
    Jayden DuBard – won the Shot – 44’ and the Discus – 144’
    Isaiah Sharpe – took 2nd in both the Shot - 39’ and the Discus – 116’

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  • Mod Softball

    Mod Softball

    The Lady Warriors Modified softball team pulled out another win against Cleve Hill last night. The warriors battled the rain to take a 12-0 victory. Haley Rome hit a killer home run while Hannah Herscherr contributed to dominate at the mound. Mackenna Snyder, Alexis Badgett, and Jordan Karnuth all did a great job on the base path. There were solid hits and defense by LaDaisa Leak, Emily Pastwik, and Oliviah Fallacaro

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  • Varsity Track & Field

    Varsity Track & Field

    The Outdoor track teams traveled to Hamburg for the Annual Rodiak Relays and once again faired pretty well with the boys team finishing 2 nd overall and the girls in the top 5. Here are some of the highlights:
    GIRLS:
     The Shuttle Hurdles Relay – of Natalie Ruhlmann, Ally Alvira, Jessica Ineson, and Samantha Stachowiak – finished in 1 st overall and broke the school record in a time of 1:11.2
     The 4 x 200 Relay – of Jayla Moss, Domonique Gaines, Ally Alvira, and Kahdori Goodhall took 2 nd place overall with a time of 1:49.9
     The Shot-put Relay – of Izzy Scott, Anastasia Bryant, and Kayleigh Rote took 2 nd place overall
     The HJ relay – of Kayrah Brown, and Jessica Ineson took 2 nd place with jumps of 4’ 8” and 4’ 6” respectively
    BOYS:
     The Shuttle Hurdles Relay – of Lamar Reeves, Rhyan Riggs, Tamell Bass, and CJ Krzanowicz won the event in a time of 1:04.7
     The SMR Relay – of Kendrick Hampton, Lamar Reeves, Jordan Gary, and CJ Krzanowicz won the event in a time of 3:48.2
     The TJ Relay - of Jake Kaminski and Tamell Bass won the event with jumps of 44’ and 43’ 3.5”
     The Shot put Relay of – Zaire Rogers, Jayden DuBard, and Isaiah Sharpe took 2 nd place overall
     Jake Kaminski – cleared 6’ 4” in the HJ – hitting the Super Standard to qualify him for the State meet in June.

    The teams will travel to Iroquois this Tuesday for the 4 th of their dual meets – meet starts at 4:30 and then head to Williamsville South on Saturday for the 2nd annual South Invite – this meet starts at 10:00 am

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