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Raiders run in the “Frostbite Relays,” in nearly 80 degree heat

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The Lady Raiders Sprint Medley Relay Champions: (l-r Harwood, White, Flaitz, Carretto)

From staff reports

The Hornell Red Raider Track and Field teams computed at the Frostbite Relays in Franklinville on Saturday. The Boys’ team finished 5th out of 15 teams and the Girls’ were 7th out of 15 competing teams


400m Relay – 2nd in 52.55 (Selena Maldonado, Riley Harwood, Ella White, Elaina Flaitz)

Sprint Medley Relay – 1st in 2:02.28 (Silvia Carretto, Harwood, White, and Flaitz)

Shuttle Hurdle Relay – 5th in 1:08.87 (Carretto, Harwood, White, and Flaitz)

1600m Relay – 7th in 5:16.84 (Carretto, Mackenna Kiley, Molly Haley, and Alexis Patrick)

Pole Vault Relay –  2nd (Maldonado and Flaitz)

Triple Jump Relay – 3rd (Maldonado and Patrick)

Long Jump Relay – 10th (Harwood and Haley)

Shot Put Relay – 13th (Patrick and Lillian Hendrickson)

The NY Landquest team are big fans!!!

Boys Results:

400m Relay – 8th in 46.76 (Wyatt Argentieri, Ramsey Dean-Prince, Austyn Gollnitz, Brennan Delany)

Sprint Medley Relay – 2nd in 1:44.10 (Argentieri, Dean-Prince, Kellen Crowe, Gates Miller)

Shuttle Hurdle Relay – 1st in 56.73 (Argentieri, Miller, Gollnitz, and Delany)

800m Relay – 9th in 1:44.50 (Ayden Travis, Nathan Wise, Spencer Hopper, and Crowe)

1600m Relay – 3rd in 3:59.45 (Travis, Wise, Crowe, Argentieri)

Pole Vault Relay – 1st (Delany and Dean-Prince)

High Jump Relay – 4th (Delany and Gollnitz)

Long Jump Relay – 6th (Crowe and Gollnitz)

Shot Put Relay – 8th (Evan Clair and Braydon Campbell)

Discus Relay – 8th (Dom Lockwood and Clair)

The annual early-season Frostbite Relays became the Sunburn Relays with plentiful sunshine and warm temperatures providing excellent weather conditions on Saturday and the Red Raiders made the most of their opportunities against a field of great teams from Section VI. 

For the Boys Senior Ramsey Dean-Prince set a PR in the Pole Vault (9-0) and Seniors Wyatt Argentieri and Gates Miller were crucial to our relays. For the Lady Raiders, 8th graders Silvia Carretto, Riley Harwood, Ella White, and Freshman Selena Maldonado teamed with senior Elaina Flaitz to dominate the 400m and SMR Relays.

The meet was a great early-season test of the teams and the first big meet for many of our younger athletes. The coaching staff all agree that the Red Raiders stepped up to the challenge. It’s also a fun meet in terms of all the relays and a great opportunity to compete against some of Section VI’s best teams.

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