BROCKPORT — Hornell was well represented at the indoor track & field meet over the weekend, leading the seven participating area schools with numerous top-30 finishes in Brockport on Saturday.
On the girls side, the Lady Red Raiders were led by Alyssa Delany, who topped the 55 hurdles in 9.86 time for first place. She added a ninth-place finish from the field in the high jump (4-3). Anna Flaitz recorded a second-place finish in the 300 dash (44.81) and third-place in the high jump at 4-8.
Mackenzie Brooks went eighth and ninth in the shot put (29-2) and high jump (4-3), respectively, while Heather Hickok added a seventh-place finish in the pole vault (7-0). In the 300 dash, Sophia Carretto placed 15th (47.40), while Emma Flaitz followed in 23rd (48.53). Angela Isaman was 13th in the 1000 (3:36.96), while Lili Wilkins was 22nd (4:16.71).
The Hornell girls also had two top-10 finishes in the relay department, with a fifth-place finish in the 3200 (11:26.71) and eighth in the 800 (1:59.10).
For the guys, Brendan Collins placed second in the weight throw with 45-0 flat. He added a 12th place finish in the shot put (37-4.50). Kane Countryman had the eighth-best distance in the long jump at 18-8. Payce Hooker was 26th in the 300 dash (40.96). The boys team also added ninth (10:27.28) and 11th place (1:45.95) finishes in the 3200 and 800 relays.
Dansville had seven top-30 finishes on the girls side, along with five on the boys side. Hadassah Adams recorded a ninth-place finish in the long jump at 13-10.25 to lead the way for the girls. Sam King added an 11th place finish in the same event (12-5).
Lexi Hinds and Jamie Longo tied for 14th place finishes in the shot put (24-6). In the 1000 Keliliah Gonzalez led the way at 21st (4:16.39). Gwen Werth and Morgan Oldfield were 23rd (4:18.08) and 25th (4:34.09).
Josh Jacobs was the best finisher for the boys, recording a third-place finish in the 1000 (2:53.16), while Jordan Babcock recorded a seventh-place finish in the triple jump (35-4). Gabe Chappell tallied a third-place in the weight throw (44-5) and ninth-place finish in the shot put (39-5). The Mustangs also added a 10th-place finish in the 800 relay event (1:45.55).
Wayland-Cohocton's girls and boys teams combined for 13 top-30 finishes. For the girls, Erin Maker had the highest finish of the group, tallying an 11th place finish in the 1000 (3:35.25). Taylor Quackenbush was 12th place in the 55 dash (8.00), while Kayla Curtin added a 14th place finish in the high jump (4-0).
Cora Young was 19th in the shot put (25-1). Mackenzie Kota was 29th place in the 300 (49.12) and 30th in the long jump (10-10.5). The girls were 10th in the 800 (2:00.96) and 3200 relays (12:38.24).
As for the guys, Andrew Myers had the top finish for the Eagles, placing in sixth in the 300 (38.96). Kevin Ebert had a seventh-place in the 3200 run (11:14.42). Kalem Holbrook had another seventh-place finish in the 55 hurdles (9.29), and an 11th place spot in the triple jump (33-9). Dom LaPlant was 11th in the high jump at 4-9, while Izzy McClure was 13th in the shot put at 37-1.
Lilo Neilsen picked up a pair of top-20 finishes with a 21st place finish coming in the long jump (16-9.25), and a 27th place finish in the 300 (41.04). Frank Shanley was 23rd in the 1000 (3:45.28). In the relay department, the Eagles crossed the finish line eighth in the 800 relay (1:44.25).
Avoca had five top-30 finishes. On the girls side, Morgan Evarts led the way with a seventh-place finish in the 3000 (12:58.04), and later a 28th place run in the 1500 (5:43.11). Colby Bonnewell was tops in the shot put, hurling the shot 42-11.75 feet for the victory. He added a 10th place finish in the weight throw (33-3). Nate O’Brachta was 27th in the 55 dash (7.22).
Canisteo-Greenwood had two top-30 finishes, the highest coming from Kennedy Henshaw who finished 20th in the 1000 run (4:04.47). Dustin Sable tallied a 24th place finish in the 1000 (3:53.43). Arkport/Canaseraga had Jackson Bill lead the way with two top-30 finishes, 20th place in the 300 dash (40.64) and a 26th in the 55 dash (7.19). Hanna Tormey paced Alfred-Almond with a finish of 3:45.98 in the 1000.