McIntosh vaults WHS into first after Day 1 at SBAAC


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Seth Schmidt | WNJ Photo by Denise Thacker

Seth Schmidt | WNJ Photo by Denise Thacker


Tate Olberding | WNJ Photo by Denise Thacker


Cayleigh Vance | WNJ Photo by Denise Thacker


BATAVIA – Mason McIntosh’s win in the pole vault pushed Wilmington ahead of Western Brown 49-45 after the first day of competition in the SBAAC American Division Track & Field championship at Batavia High School.

The finals will be held Wednesday at BHS.

Clinton-Massie is fourth in the boys standings.

On the girls side, the WB lead is four, 47-43, over the Lady Hurricane. Massie is sixth.

For the boys, Wilmington won the 4×800 relay with Josh Andrews, TJ Killen, Rory Bell and Simon Heys finishing first in 8:21.45. The time also established a new WHS record in the 3,200-meter event.

Brett Brooks took the title in the shot put as a WHS freshman.

McIntosh cleared 13-0 to claim the league title.

Tate Olberding has Massie’s lone first to this point by clearing 6-2 to win the high jump.

In events that were final, the top six score. In preliminaries, the top eight advance to the finals on Wednesday.

The following are preliminary events with finals set to run Wednesday.

In the 100-meter hurdles, Clinton-Massie’s Rylee Richardson posted the best qualifying time at 16.18; Wilmington’s Kenzie Voges-Pertuset was seventh and Kaylynn Woolverton was eight.

In the 100-meter dash, Jasmine Jamiel of Wilmington went 13.1 and was the top qualifier. Izzy Coomer of WHS was fifth and Ally Wellman of CM was eighth.

In the 400-meter dash, Sylena Baltazar of WHS was fourth while teammate Sami McCord was seventh. Nora Voisey of CM was eighth.

The 300 hurdles will have three county runners in the finals – Wilmington’s Maggie Simonson third and Zoey Moore eighth and Massie’s Carly Moritz seventh.

In the 200, Jamiel and Baltazar are 2-3 in the qualifying while Richardson is sixth.

In boys preliminaries, Alec McDonald of Clinton-Massie cleared the 110-meter high hurdles in 15.7 for the fastest time. Dre’Aunte Singleton of WHS was fourth and Matt Martin of CM was eighth.

In the 100, a pair of Hurricane and a pair of Falcons qualified to the finals – WHS sprinters Grant Mayer and Malik Scott and CM speedsters Devon Noble and Brendan Lamb.

In the 400, Scott is second fastest while Massie’s Aidan Wallace is at No. 8.

Massie’s McDonald went 43.14 seconds and has the fastest qualifying time in the 300 hurldes. Singleton is third and Olberding is eighth.

Scott qualified for the finals in the 200 with the third best time while Massie’s Noble is sixth and Carter Huffman of WHS is seventh.

SUMMARY

May 6 2019

SBAAC American Division Track & Field Championship

@Batavia High School

GIRLS RESULTS

TEAM SCORES: Western Brown 47 Wilmington 43 New Richmond 38 Goshen 24 Batavia 20 Clinton-Massie 13

POLE VAULT: 1-Weitzel (NR) 9-6; 2-Emilee Pham (W) 9-6; 3-Horr (Go) 9-0; 3-Cunningham (WB) 9-0; 3-Honeycutt (WB) 9-0; 6-McCall (NR) 8-0

HIGH JUMP: 1-Dunn (WB) 5-0; 2-Nora Voisey (CM) 4-10; 2-Horr (Go) 4-10; 3-Nehls (NR) 4-10; 5-Jordan Snarr (W) 4-8; 6-Iding (NR) 4-6

LONG JUMP: 1-Dunn (WB) 16-7.5; 2-Honeycutt (WB) 15-7; 3-Bird (NR) 15-6.25; 4-Carrier (Go) 15-0.5; 5-Molly Lynch (CM) 14-8.75; 6-Sadie Bowman (W) 14-7.75

DISCUS: 1-Williams (B) 105-4; 2-Cayleigh Vance (W) 99-6; 3-Bird (NR) 96-6; 4-Aaliyah Huff (W) 92-4; 5-Myers (Go) 87-5; 6-Huddleston (WB) 77-6

SHOT PUT: 1-Williams (B) 35-10; 2-Kaitlynn Hickey (W) 34-1; 3-Lauren Heard (W) 32-9; 4-Myers (G) 30-11; 5-Carter (NR) 29-2; 6-Frazier (G) 28-3.5

4×800 RELAY: 1-Western Brown 10:13.41; 2-New Richmond 10:13.85; 3-Wilmington (Sophie Burt, Samantha McCord, Josie Nichols, Skye Carpenter) 11-15.93; 4-Clinton-Massie (Emma Muterspaw, AJ Houseman, Nora Voisey, Kenley Robinson) 11:26.69; 5-Goshen 11:29.52; 6-Batavia 11:40.48

BOYS RESULTS

TEAM SCORES: Wilmington 49 Western Brown 45 New Richmond 36 Clinton-Massie 30 Goshen 19 Batavia 6

LONG JUMP: 1-Moore (WB) 21-4; 2-Horgan (NR) 20-2; 3-Alec McDonald (CM) 20-0.5; 4-Bradley (Go) 20-0; 5-Slusher (Go) 19-3; 6-Tate Olberding (CM) 18-11

SHOT PUT: 1-Brett Brooks (W) 46-1.5; 2-Miller (WB) 44-5.5; Hopkins (WB) 44-1; 4-Tyler Beam (CM) 43-4; 5-Seth Schmidt (CM) 42-10; 6-Casey (Ba) 41-9.5

HIGH JUMP: 1-Tate Olberding (CM) 6-2; 2-Cameron Coomer (W) 6-0; 3-Finn (WB) 5-8; 4-Brandon Glass (W) 5-4; 4-Campbell (WB) 5-4; 6-McDonough (NR) 5-2

DISCUS: 1-Khan (NR) 142-3; 2-Brett Brooks (W) 137-2; 3-Miller (WB) 123-8; 4-Boshears (NR) 122-6; 5-Seth Schmidt (CM) 121-5; 6-Casey (B) 119-8

POLE VAULT: 1-Mason McIntosh (W) 13-0; 2-Mattingly (NR) 12-6; 3-Horr (G) 10-0; 3-Braden Rolf (CM) 10-0; 5-Filla (B) 8-0; 6-Carmosino (NR) 8-6

4×800 RELAY: 1-Wilmington (Josh Andrews, TJ Killen, Rory Bell, Simon Heys) 8:21.45; 2-Goshen 8:43.08; 3-Western Brown 8:44.75; 4-New Richmond 9:00.65; 5-Batavia 9:17.39; 6-Clinton-Massie (Logan Fisher, Luke Lentine, Braydon Green, Colin McDowell) 9:29.92

Seth Schmidt | WNJ Photo by Denise Thacker
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Tate Olberding | WNJ Photo by Denise Thacker
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Cayleigh Vance | WNJ Photo by Denise Thacker
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