The Journal Register (Medina, NY)

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May 17, 2013

Albion sets pace at All-League meet

Medina Journal-Register — MIDDLEPORT - Albion athletes captured first place honors in a total of 14 events at the annual Niagara-Orleans All-League track meet which concluded here Thursday.

Leading Albion’s parade to the podium was quadruple winner Marquis Riddick who captured the 110 hurdles, 400 hurdles, 200 and long jump. Riddick’s winning time in the 400 hurdles of :56.44 set a new school record.

Abby Squicciarini captured both the girls 100 and 200 for the third year in a row for Albion while her teammate Chanyce Powell was a double winner in the long jump and triple jump.

Albion swept the pole vault competition as Justyn Haines and Brie Dixon scored victories. Haines defended his title with a vault fo 13-6 while Dixon bettered her own school record with a vault fo 8-9.

The Purple Eagles also got individual event wins from Mike Capurso in the 800 and Eboni Taylor in the 100 hurdles. Taylor is a repeat champion.

Medina’s Holly Heil successfully defended her N-O titles in both the 800 and 1500.

The meet had three other individual event double winners as Barker’s Jacob Haight captured both the high jump and triple jump, Akron’s Luke Klimchuk the shot-put and discus and Barker’s Jordan Bender the 1600 and 3200.

Roy-Hart’s Jarred Hickson won the 400 and Barker’s Brett Cole took the 100.

The Akron girls had a trio of winners as Gina Henley captured the 400 hurdles, Paige Buscaglia the 400 and Liz Wager the shot-put.

Newfane likewise had theee individual event winners as Kelly Bochnewetch took the 3000, Sydney Herlan the discus and Sophie Connor the high jump.

Victors in the pentathlon competition were Barker’s Bryce Moeller and Wilson’s Angela Goodman.

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