• Track & Field - States

    Track & Field - States

    The Warriors Track team sent 12 athletes to the State track and field meet in Middletown NY this past weekend and had some remarkable results in what was perfect weather both days, here are the highlights:
    BOYS:
    • Jayden DuBard – finished in 2nd place in small schools in the Shot with a school record breaking toss of 55’ 1” and finished in 6th in the Federation (large and small schools combined) – he also finished in 13th in the Discus with a toss of 124’ 9.75”
    • Jake Kaminski – finished in 3rd in the HJ clearing 6’ 6” and 8th in the feds – while he took 7th in the TJ with a leap of 44’ 4.5”
    • The 4 x 100 Relay – of Isaiah Harris, Daron Lewis, Lamar Reeves, and CJ Krzanowicz, took 12th place in small schools – posting a time of 44.97
    • The 4 x 400 Relay – of Jordan Gary, Lamer Reeves, Kendrick Hampton, and Jake Kaminski – posted a time of 3:28.9 and finished in 13th place n small schools.
    GIRLS:
    • The 4 x 100 Relay – of Ally Alvira, Kahdori Goodhall, Domonique Gaines, and Jayla Moss – finished in 8th place – posting a time of 50.62

    CJ Krzanowicz and Jake Kaminski will head to University of North Carolina A&T - this coming weekend to compete in the New Balance Outdoor Nationals.
    • CJ – in the 100 M and the LJ
    • Jake – in the HJ and the TJ

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  • Track and Field (Girls)

    Track and Field (Girls)

    GIRLS:
    • The 4 x 100 Relay – of Ally Alvira, Kahdori Goodhall, Domonique Gaines, and Jayla Moss – will be heading to the State meet – posting a time of 50.15 – finishing in 2nd place and hitting the state standard.
    • Ally Alvira – finished 2nd in the TJ – with a leap of 35’ 10” – missing 1st place by 1.75”
    • Anastasia Bryant – finished 5th in the Shot – with a throw of 33’ 10.75”
    • Izzy Scott – finished 7th in the Shot – with a season best throw of 33’ 6”
    • The 4 x 400 Relay – of Brooklyn Lawrence, Jessica Ineson, Domonique Gaines, and Kahdori, Goodhall – finished 8th – with a time of 4:16.98

    Those athletes that qualified for the State meet will travel to Middleport HS in downstate NY – to compete in the State Track and Field meet this coming weekend Friday June 7th and Saturday June 8th – wish them luck and congrats if you see them.

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  • Varsity Track & Field (Boys)

    Varsity Track & Field (Boys)

    Sectionals – State Qualifier - Williamsville South 5/31  6/1
    This past weekend there were a number of Warrior Track and Field athletes that qualified for
    Sectionals – which was held at Williamsville South and there were a number of unbelievable and
    exceptional results, including 3 - Section 6 Champions – Jake Kaminski in the TJ, and Jayden DuBard in
    the Shot and the Discus. These 2 athletes along with 10 others will be heading to Middleport NY this
    coming weekend for the NYS Track and Field Championships. Here are some of the highlights from
    this weekend:
    BOYS:
     Jayden DuBard – was crowned sectional champion in the Shot – 53’ 4.25” and in the Discus –
    156’ 10”– he will be heading to the state meet in both events
     Jake Kaminski – won the sectional crown in the TJ – with an incredible jump of 45’ 11” and
    broke the school record in the process – he also finished 2 nd in the HJ – clearing 6’ 6” 0 he will
    be heading to States in both events
     The 4 x 400 Relay – of Jordan Gary, Lamar Reeves, Kendrick Hampton, and Jake Kaminski
    finished in 2 nd place but will also be heading to the State meet posting a time of 3:27.97 – which
    hit the state standard for the 2 nd place team.
     The 4 x 100 Relay – Isaiah Harris, Daron Lewis, Lamar Reeves, and CJ Krzanowicz – also finished
    in 2 nd place and hit the state standard with a time of 43.72 which ties the school record and
    allows them to head to the State meet as well.
     Isaiah Sharpe – finished in 3 rd place with a season best throw in the Disc – 141’ 4” and a PB in
    the Shot with a heave of 42’ 7.5”

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  • Varsity Track & Field - Girls

    Varsity Track & Field - Girls

    GIRLS:
    Jayla Moss – took 2nd overall in the 100 m – posting a 12.58 – as well as finishing 2nd in small schools in the LJ – leaping 16’ 2.5”
    The 4 x 100 Relay – of Ally Alvira, Kahdori Goodhall, Domonique Gaines, and Jayla Moss took 1st in small school as well as 3rd overall – posting a 50.50
    Ally Alvira – took 2nd place for small schools in the TJ – 34’ 3” and took 4th in the 100 hurdles 16.97
    The 4 x 800 Relay – of Tiffany and Bella Nguyen, Emily Bui, and Jade Rinaldo ran a season best time of 11:00.9 and took 2nd overall in small schools
    Domonique Gaines – dropped 2+ seconds in the 200 m finishing 4th overall hitting a time of 26.21
    Anastasia Bryant – took 3rd in small school in the Shot – 33.25”
    The remaining athletes that have qualified for Sectionals will now travel to Williamsville South this Friday and Saturday – both days starts at 12:00 - to compete for their spot on the bus to Middleport, NY for the NYS Track & Field meet which will be held on June 7th and 8th.

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  • Varsity Track & Field - Boys

    Varsity Track & Field - Boys

    This past weekend the select bunch that made ECIC’s traveled to Hamburg HS for their meet – where the boys were crowned ECIC Small school Champs and the Girls were runner ups as they had their best finish ever by taking 2nd place in small schools. There were some incredible results – here are some of them.
    BOYS:
    Jake Kaminski – won the HJ overall with a leap of 6’ 7” – also breaking his own school record, - he also won the TJ overall – leaping 42’ 7” – took 2nd in small schools in the 800 m – posting a 2:01.2
    Tamell Bass – took 2nd overall in the 110 Hurdles and smashed his own school record hitting 15.05 – as well as taking 2nd overall in the TJ – leaping 41; 6.25”
    The 4 x 400 relay – of Jordan Gary, Lamar Reeves, Kendrick Hampton, and Jake Kaminski – won the event overall – posting a season best time of 3:31.27
    Jayden DuBard – took 2nd overall in the Shot – 52’ 1.25” as well as 4th overall in the Discus – 138’ 5”
    Isaiah Sharpe – took 2nd in the Discus in small schools – 124’ 6” and 3rd in the Shot – 41’ 8.25”

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  • 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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  • Varsity Track & Field

    Varsity Track & Field

    This past Wednesday the Cheektowaga Warrior track teams hosted Starpoint for the 3rd of their divisional matchups and had an EPIC day on both the girls and boys teams as this meet would be the last meet ever hosted on this track, as construction on the new facility is to be started next week. The Boys won 92 – 45 and the girls also won 71 – 70 in a showdown for the ages. The girls meet came down to the last relay (4 x 100) that was run in a driving rainstorm and they needed to win this event to win the meet and did so in commanding fashion. Here are some more of the highlights:

    GIRLS:
    · The 4 x 100 relay – of Jaence Williams, Domonique Gaines, Kahdori Goodhall, Jayla Moss – won the event and the meet with a time of 52.9
    · Ally Alvira – won the 100 Hurdles – 16.2 and the 400 Hurdles 1:13.0
    . Jayla Moss – won the 100 - 12.3 and the 200 – 27.3 and the LJ – 17’ 1”
    · The 4 x 800 Relay – of Bella Nguyen, Tiffany Nguyen, Jade Rinaldo, and Emily Bui – won the even in a season best time of 11:14

    BOYS:
    · CJ Krzanowicz – won the 100 – 12.3 and the 200 – 23.1 and the LJ – 20’ 10.5”
    · Jake Kaminski – won the HJ – 6’2” and the 800 m – 2:09 also took 2nd in the TJ – 40’ 1”
    · Lamar Reeves – won the 110 Hurdles – 15.9 and the 400 Hurdles – 1:03.0
    · Kendrick Hampton – won the 400 – 53.25

    The Team will travel to Hamburg Friday for the Rodiak Relays and then to Iroquois next week Tuesday for the 4th divisional meet

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  • V Girls Track & Field

    V Girls Track & Field

    The Shuttle Hurdles – of Samantha Stachowiak, Jessica Ineson, Natalie Ruhlmann, and Brooklyn Lawrence took 2 nd overall in a time of 1:16.0
     Jessica Ineson and Kayrah Brown – took 2 nd place in the HJ relay – 8’ 10”
     Jayla Moss and Angelina Garcia – took 3 rd place in the LJ relay – with jumps of 15’ 3”
    and 13’ 5”
     Anastasia Bryant / Kayleigh Rote / and Izzy Scott – took 2nd in the Shot Relay with combined throws of 85’+
     The JV 4 x 400 relay – of Kayrah Brown, Angelina Garcia, Selexa Gibson, and Samantha Stachowiak – took 1st place overall with a time of 5:01.0

    The Team will host Starpoint this Wednesday starting at 5:00 pm and then travel to
    Hamburg for the Rodiak Relays on Friday evening – this meets starts at 4:30

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  • V Boys Track & Field

    V Boys Track & Field

    This past weekend the Warriors traveled to Depew for the Annual Wildcat relays and once again had Mother Nature to compete with as well as about 12 other teams. The boys
    did their part and came out Champions – winning the meet overall and the girls took 2nd place overall. There were a number of great performances despite the in climate weather here are some of the highlights:
    BOYS:
     The Shuttle Hurdles – of Lamar Reeves, CJ Krzanowicz, Rhyan Riggs, and Tamell Bass won the event in a time of 1:05.4
     Jake Kaminski and Tamell Bass – combined to not only win the TJ relay but also shattered the meet record in a total of 86’ 3.5” (Jake 42’ and Tamell 44’ 3.5”)
     Jaden DuBard / Isaiah Sharpe and Zaire Rogers – combined to win the shot relay with a distance of 125’+ combined and also the Discus relay with a combined distance of 329’+
     The SMR – of CJ Krzanowicz, Lamar Reeves, Kendrick, and Jake Kaminski won the event in a time of 3:58.1
     The JV 4 x 100 Relay – of Ja’lon Henlon, Christian Reid, Donald Cromer, and Evan McCullor took 2nd in the event with a time of 50.3

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  • V Boys Track & Field

    V Boys Track & Field

    BOYS – 285 pts (Eden – 85 pts / Dunkirk – 80 pts / Tonawanda – 32 pts)

    · Tamell Bass – won the TJ – 45’ 3” and broke the meet record while doing so – he also took 2nd in the 110 hurdles – 16.38 and 3rd in the HJ – 5’ 6”
    · Jake Kaminski – (Meet MVP) – won the HJ – 5’ 8” – took 1st in the 800 M – 2:10 and took 2nd in the LJ – 21’ 3” and 2nd in the TJ – 45’ 2”
    · CJ Krzanowicz – won the 100 M – 11.6 and the 200 m – 23.6 and took 3rd in the LJ – 20’ 5.5” and was part of the 4 x 100 relay – 44.7 – along with Isaiah Harris, Daron Lewis, and Imani Reed
    · The 4 x 800 Relay – of Jordan Gary, Dominic Camisa, Zaire Rogers, and Kendrick Hampton – won the event in a season best time of 9:09
    · Jayden DuBard – won the Shot with a heave of 50’ and the discus with a huge toss of 144’ 10”
    · The 4 x 400 relay – of Kendrick, Rhyan Riggs, Christian Reid, and Quincy Landow – won the event in a time of 3:44

    The teams will be competing in the Wildcat Relays – this weekend 4/27 at Depew HS – meet starts at 1:00 pm and they will be hosting Starpoint on Wednesday, May 1st – this meet starts at 5:00 pm.

    This will be the last event ever held on the current Cheektowaga Warriors track – as construction is set to begin on Thursday 5/2 to build a new state of the art track w/ all the fixings.

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  • V Girls Track & Field

    V Girls Track & Field

    This past Thursday before break the Outdoor track teams headed out to Eden for the annual Maroon Classic – where only teams with Maroon as part of their main school colors. The Warriors were no match for the other schools as they combined to win the Girls and Boys Championships as well as the overall Team Champions and the

    Boys MVP – Jake Kaminski
    Girls MVP – Ally Alvira

    Here are some of the highlights:

    GIRLS – 271 pts (Eden - 84 pts / Dunkirk - 80 pts / Tonawanda - 41 pts)
    · Ally Alvira – (Meet MVP) - won the LJ – 17’ 14.5” the TJ – 37’ (meet record) the 100 hurdles – 16.5 and the 400 Hurdles – 1:09.0
    · Jayla Moss – won the 100 13.0 and took 2nd in the LJ – 17’ .5” and 2nd in the 200 - 27.1
    · Jessica Ineson – won the HJ and the PV
    · Anastasia Bryant – won the Shot with a PR throw of 34’ 11”
    · Jade Rinaldo – won the 3000 M – 13:23 and took 2nd in the 1500 5:55
    · The 4 x 100 Relay – of Jaence Williams, Kahdori Goodhall, Domonique Gaines, and Jayla Moss won the event and broke the meet record in doing so with a time of 50.98

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  • Varsity Track & Field

    Varsity Track & Field

    This past Tuesday night the Outdoor track teams faced Mother Nature and the Pioneer Panthers and neither one could stop the Warriors from pulling out big divisional wins over their 2nd of 5 divisional rivals. Although the weather was not pretty, there were still a number of highlights – here are a few of them:

    GIRLS:
    · Ally Alvira – won the LJ with a leap of 16’ 1” as well as the TJ – leaping 34’ 6” and the 400 Hurdles – 1:10.2 – she was 2nd in the 100 Hurdles with a time of 17.47
    · Jayla Moss – won the 100 M – 13.3 M and the 200 M – 29.2 and was part of the winning 4x 100 relay
    · The 4 x 100 relay – of Jayla, Domonique Gaines, Kahdori Goodhall, and Jaence Williams won the event despite dropping the baton in a time of 56.4
    · Anastasia Bryant – won the Shot 32’ 10.5” and discus – 77’ 2”
    · The 400 M girls – took a clean sweep again taking 1st – Kahdori Goodhall – 1:06.0 / 2nd – Domonique Gaines – 1:07.0 / 3rd - Brooklyn Lawrence 1:08.0

    BOYS:
    · Jake Kaminski – was a quad winner – taking 1st in the LJ – 19’ 5.5” / TJ – 39’ 8” / 800 M – 2:05.0 and the HJ – clearing the 5’ 8”
    · Lamar Reeves – won the 110 Hurdles – 16.4 and the 400 Hurdles 0 1:03.0
    · CJ Krzanowicz – took 1st in the 100 M – 11.39 and the 200 M – 24.1 also took 2nd in the LJ – leaping 19’ 3”
    · Jayden DuBard – won the Shot – 52’ 10” and the Discus – heaving it – 133’ 3.5”

    The teams will head to Eden for the annual Maroon Classic on Thursday evening – starting at 4:00 pm where only schools with Maroon as one of their main colors, are allowed to compete.

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  • Warrior Relays - Girls

    Warrior Relays - Girls

    • The Shuttle Hurdles team – of Jessica Ineson, Ally Alvira, Natalie Ruhlmann, and Brooklyn Lawrence took 2nd place over all with a time of 1:12.4
    • Jessica Ineson and Kayrah Brown – combined to clear 9’ 6” in the HJ to take 2nd place overall
    • The Texas Relay – of Jayla Moss, Nakyia Boyd, Domonique Gaines, and Ally Alvira took 2nd place overall with a time of 2:02.0
    • The 4 x 00 Relay – of Jaence Williams, Jayla Moss, Kahdori Goodhall, and Domonique Gaines took 6th place overall with a time of 52.8
    • Ally Alvira and Angelina Garcia – took 3rd place overall in the TJ with combined leaps of 63’ 1”
    The teams will host their 2nd divisional rival this Tuesday when Pioneer comes to town – starting at 5:00 pm and then travel to Eden for the annual Maroon Classic – meet starts at 4:30.

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  • Warrior Relays - Boys

    Warrior Relays - Boys

    Over the weekend the Outdoor track teams hosted the 7th annual Warrior Relays in which 25 schools were in attendance combining to 44 teams (between boys and girls) – and the Boys team came out champions in front of 21 boys teams and the girls came in 6th place out of 23 teams. There were some amazing accomplishments on the track and the field – here are the highlights:
    BOYS –
    • The Shuttle Hurdles team – of Lamar Reeves, CJ Krzanowicz, Tamell Bass, and Jake Kaminski broke the meet record and came in 1st place in a time of 1:07.39
    • The Freshman SMR – of CJ Krzanowicz, Christian Reid, Evan McCullor, and Isaiah Harris- took 1st place with a time of 4:09
    • Jake Kaminski and Tamell Bass – combined to win the HJ 11’ 8” combined and the TJ – 82’ 8.25” combined
    • Jaden DuBard and Isaiah Sharpe – took 2nd in the Shot relay throwing 90’ 6” combined – they also combined to take 3rd in the discus relay – with a combined heave of 245’ 2”
    • CJ Krzanowicz and Isaiah Harris took 2nd place in the LJ relay with a combined jump of 37’ 1.75”

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  • Track & Field

    Track & Field

    Yesterday the Track teams opened up their 2019 season hosting Amherst and had mixed results; the Warriors however, came to play last night.

    The boys defeated Amherst 99 – 42 while the girls lost a heartbreaker to the reigning divisional champions 68 – 72.

    Here are some of the highlights

    BOYS: Jayden DuBard – won the shot and discus – and broke (shattered) the school record in the shot with a heave of 54’ 6.5” and threw the disc 145’ 8”
    Jake Kaminski – was a triple winner – claiming the TJ – 41’ .5” / the HJ – 6’ 2” / and the 800 – running a 2:11.0
    Lamar Reeves – was a double winner – claiming the 110 Hurdles – 15.88 and the 400 H – 1:02.7

    GIRLS: Jayla Moss – was the lone double winner – taking the 100 – 12.8 and the 200 – 27.8
    Ally Alvira – took 1st in the TJ 33’ 6” and 2nd in the LJ – 15’ 4.75” and 2nd in the 100 hurdles – 18.1 and 2nd in the 400 hurdles – 1:16.7
    Jessica Ineson – won the PV – 9’ and took 2nd in the HJ 4’ 8” – and 3rd in the 100 and 400 hurdles

    The Warriors will be back at it again this Saturday as we host the Warrior Relays – there will be 25 different schools competing starting at 10:00 am – and then again hosting the 2nd of the divisional meets on Tuesday 4/16 - when Pioneer comes to town. Come out and show your support.

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  • B/G Varsity Track

    B/G Varsity Track

    This past weekend we had the pleasure if taking 4 of Central’s finest athletes to NYC for The New Balance Indoor Nationals Track & Field Meet at The Armory. Each athlete was required to hit a National Standard in order to qualify for this meet – here are the results of each athlete.

    CJ Krzanowicz – Freshman – competed in the 60 M dash (freshman level) – and took 22nd place out of 53 contestants – breaking the school record in the process by running a 7.34

    Jayden DuBard – Sophomore – competed in the championship level Weight Throw – and took 23rd out of 45 contestants – also breaking his own school record in the process with a heave of 62’ 11.5”

    Ally Alvira – Junior – competed in the Emerging Elite TJ – and took 22nd out of 36 contestants – with a jump of 36’ 4.5”

    Jake Kaminski – Senior – competed in the Emerging Elite HJ – and took 22nd out of 34 contestants clearing 6’ 3.25”

    This past week the Outdoor season began. REMINDER for Outdoor track athletes – please get your paperwork turned in ASAP

    REMINDER to all Indoor track athletes – please get your uniform returned ASAP

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  • Indoor Track

    Indoor Track

    NYS Track & Field Meet 3/2/2019

    This past weekend 3 of our Warrior athletes were able to represent our school at the NYS Track & Field Championships in Staten Island NY at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex. Here are the results / highlights:

    Jake Kaminski – finished in 7th place out of 26 in the HJ clearing 6’ 4”
    Ally Alvira – finished in 16th place out of 33 in the TJ – leaping 36’ 4.5”
    Jayden DuBard – fouled out but was not for lack of effort – he went after it in all 3 throws.

    These 3 athletes, along with CJ Krzanowicz will be traveling to NYC again this weekend to The Armory Indoor Track & Field facility to Compete in The New Balance Indoor Nationals.

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  • Boys Varsity Basketball

    Boys Varsity Basketball

    This past Saturday, your Warriors won a hard fought sectional playoff game at home vs Lake Shore 54-49. The boys trailed up until the 4th quarter, but then turned it up when they had to to make sure they would advance to the semi finals to face Lewiston Porter tomorrow evening, 6:45pm at Buffalo State
    College. The Warriors showed some early nerves, but did enough to keep things close until they were able to tie and eventually take the lead mid-way through the 4th quarter. Seniors Armondez Cleague and Jason Saloman made sure the Warriors would play another day as they both tallied 16 points. Cleague also added 9 rebounds and 4 steals while Saloman had 5 rebounds and 2 steals. Sophomore Nevada Eldridge continued to improve and played big all game in the pain and finished with 12 points and 6 rebounds. Jaylen
    Williams, Keonte Brown, Derek Frank, Jabari McDonald and Jesse Hawkins all played valuable minutes to help
    secure the win. Come out Wednesday night, show your Warrior Pride and support your boys as they try to advance to the finals.

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  • Boys Varsity Basketball

    Boys Varsity Basketball

    It was an emotional night for the 7 seniors on the Warrior basketball team as they took on Williamsville South in the final regular season home game. Unfortunately, the final score doesn't do justice to the hard work they've put in over the year. Jaylen Williams led the Warriors with 18 points and
    Nevada Eldridge added 8 rebounds. Jabari had a career 7 points and 4 rebounds, Omar had 2 huge boards and Rayshawn Minter added a steal. A 73-56 loss was not what they hoped for, but seniors Jabari McDonald, Omar Al-Naji, Rayshawn Minter, KeShone Beal, Derek Frank, Armondez Cleague and Jason Saloman still have the eyes set on a league title with the last regular season game Friday Night @ Iroquois, tip-off set for 6:30. The Warriors sit a game back but play the first place team with a chance to get a share of the title. Come out and support your boys as they look to get revenge vs the Chiefs.

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  • Boys Varsity Basketball

    Boys Varsity Basketball

    The Varsity Warriors posted a solid win over league foe Lake Shore 72-61. The Warriors led from the tip and had the lead up to 17 late in the 3rd and hung on for the win. Armondez Cleague was all over the court for the Warriors scoring 20 points, grabbing 6 rebounds, dishing out 8 assists, and
    smacking 4 blocks. Nevada Eldridge had his best game as a Warrior tallying 19 points and grabbing 8 rebounds
    to go with his 2 steals and aggressive play on both ends. Jason Saloman quietly dropped another 15 points while
    Keonte Brown had 6 points. Next up, the Warriors host Williamsville South for Senior Night tonight, tip-off set for 6:30pm with senior night festivities starting at approximately 6:15pm. Come out and show your gratitude to our 7 seniors
    Omar Al-Naji, KeShone Beal, Armondez Cleague, Derek Frank, Jabari McDonald, Rayshawn Minter and Jason Saloman
    as they play their last home regular season contest. WARRIOR PRIDE!!!!!

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  • B JV Basketball

    B JV Basketball

    Your JV Warriors improved to an impressive 15-3 on the season with a 64-20 win over Lake Shore. Markell Henley continued his solid season leading the Warriors with 17 points. The boys started off quick and never let up, Gary Jones added 10 and Tyler Sparbell and Trey Slaughter each had 8 points. Next up, the boys host Williamsville South
    tonight, tip-off set for 5pm.

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