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GALLERY: The Hornell Red Raider Boys’ Track and Field wins 2023 John Reed Memorial Invitational

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Hornell girls squad places 3rd, Maldonado shines

From staff reports

In a total team victory and outstanding overall performance, the Raiders finished first in eight events and placed in the top six in 13 out of 17 events contested at the 2023 John Reed Memorial Invitational hosted at Addison Central School. Senior captain Brennan Delany continued to dominate on the track and in the field, winning four events: (PV-12-06, TJ-42-03.25, HJ-5-10, and 110 Hurdles-15.42). Those four performances are also new records at the Addison track. The Sprinters finished 1-2 in the 100M and 200M, the Triple Jumpers also finished 1-2, the Long Jumpers went 2-3-4, and the Boys won two of the three relays.

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In addition to Delany, other scores for the Hornell Boys were:

*Wyatt Argentieri won the 100M-11.68 and 200M-23.83 and anchored the winning 400M and 1600M Relays.

*Jacob Phillips won the 400M Hurdles and took 2nd in the Triple Jump-37-07.25.

*Austyn Gollnitz took 2nd in the Long Jump-17-11.75 and placed 3rd in the 100M-12.21.

*Kellen Crowe finished 2nd in the 200M-24.92 and 4th in the Long Jump-17-08.25.

*Hakim Tigner placed 2nd in the Long Jump-17-10.

*Gates Miller was 3rd in the 400M-56.61.

*Evan Clair placed 3rd in the Shot Put-36-11.

*Dominic Lockwood was 6th in the Discus-88-09.

*Spencer Hopper finished 6th in the Pole Vault-8-0.

Relays:

The 400M Relay of Tigner, Gollnitz, Crowe, and Argentieri took 1st-48.05

The 1600M Relay of Skyler Aldrich, Miller, Phillips, and Argentieri also placed 1st-3:52.79.

The 3200M Relay of Aldrich, Miller, Ayden Travis, and Nathan Wise finished second-9:43.31.

The Co-Ed Throwers 400M Relay of Makayla Kriner, Delaney Meehan, Braydon Campbell, and Evan Clair placed 4th-1:02.10.

Here is the link to the full results: http://milesplit.live/meets/538642

“It was great to see the Red Raider Boys’ Team hoist the championship trophy today and take their victory lap at the end of the meet. As stated, this was truly a total team win, and the coaching staff is tremendously proud of these young men. Brennan Delany had an outstanding day, bringing in 40 points with his four wins that also resulted in four new track records. But the other 113.5 points came from the rest of the squad. 13 other athletes who competed in the meet earned points toward this victory. The boys worked hard all week and it paid off today. Additionally, it was a big step forward in forming their identity and bonding as a team. Today we saw an intensity in their eyes, a fire in their bellies, and best of all, smiles on their faces. No coaching staff could ask for more from their team.”

The Lady Raiders finished 3rd out of ten teams today at the John Reed Memorial Invitational.

Freshman Selena Maldonado led the way for the Girls’ team with wins in the 200M-26.82, TJ-30-11, and the 400M Relay, while adding a 3rd place finish in the Pole Vault. 

Senior Elaina Flaitz won the High Jump-5-1 and anchored the winning 400M Relay. Lainey added 2nd place finishes in 100M Hurdles-17.63 and the 400M Hurdles-1:13.85 as well.

Also scoring for the Lady Raiders were:

Ella White was 2nd in the 100M-13.32 and 5th in the 200M-28.02.

Elisa Bodin finished 3rd in the 3000M-12:12.8.

Silvia Carretto took 4th in the 800M-2:43.63.

Riley Harwood placed 4th in the Long Jump-12-10.50 and 5th in the 100M-13.87.

Makayla Kriner was 6th in the Shot Put-26-1.25

Relays:

The 400M Relay of Harwood, Maldonado, White, and Flaitz finished 1st-52.25

The 3200M Relay of Bodin, Carretto, Alexis Patrick, and Mackenna Kiley took 2nd-12:08.74

The Co-Ed Throwers 400M Relay of Makayla Kriner, Delaney Meehan, Braydon Campbell, and Evan Clair placed 4th-1:02.10.

“The coaching staff congratulates the Girls’ team on a great 3rd place finish. Alexander just edged us out for 2nd place. And the Canisteo-Greenwood girls were dominant today.  Elaina Flaitz is our Senior captain and most experienced veteran; she sets the tenor for the Girls’ team. Today Lainey continued her undefeated streak in the High Jump and set a new facilities record of 5-01, and she held off a hard-charging Alexander squad in a thrilling victory in the 400M Relay. At the other end of the spectrum are an outstanding group of 8th and 9th graders. Ella, Riley, Elisa, Silvia (“Sil”), and Selena (“Sel”) are growing more and more confident with each meet and it shows in their performances on the track and in the field. They are all tenacious competitors who are running fearlessly. Selena broke her own track record today in the 200M. And the 400M Relay also broke the track record, posting the fifth-fastest time overall in Section V. We changed the order today and their handoffs were near perfect, but it was very windy today, and the girls know they can run a sub-52 second relay. We know they would love to do it at home under the lights at the Hornell Invitational in two weeks.”

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