Medina Journal-Register — BARKER - Putting a lock on a third straight title, Barker edged past Albion 76-65 Thursday in a key regular season ending Niagara-Orleans League boys track meet battle of unbeatens.
Jacob Haight was a double winner in the long jump and triple jump, Brett Cole in the 100 and 200, Bryce Moeller in the 400 and high jump and Jordan Bender in the 800 and 1600 to lead the way for Barker which finishes the regular N-O camapign at 6-0.
Marquise Riddick was a triple winner in the 100 hurdles, 400 hurdles and 200 for Albion which winds up at 5-1. The Purple Eagles also had Dylan Burkhardt win the shot-put and Justyn Haines the pole vault.
The Medina boys squad downed visiting Newfane 97-43 to finish at 3-3.
Forrest Harper doubled in the 100 and 200 and Barry Rogenmoser in the long jump and triple jump for Medina which also got wins by Drake Grawbowski (110 hurdles), Derek Donley (400 hurdles), Anthony Pane (400), Nick Zagmester (3200), Adam Eick (shot-put) and Ben McPherson (high jump).
Dan Gifford doubled in the 800 and 1600 for Newfane which winds up at 2-4.
The Albion girls squad completed a 5-1 season with s 79-56 victory over Barker as Abby Squicciarini doubled in the 100 and 200 and Eboni Taylor in the 100 hurdles and long jump.
The Purple Eagles also got wins from Clara Stilwell (400 hurdles), Skyler Greene (shotput), Liz Toribio (discus), Cady Messmer (high jump), Chanyce Powell (triple jump) and Brie Dixon (pole vault).
The Newfane girls finished the season at 3-3 by downing Medina 75-62 as Alora Sinnott doubled in the 100 hurdles and 400 hurdles, Sidney Herlan in the shotput and discus and Sophie Connor in the 400 and high jump.
Medina, which winds up at 1-5, got double win efforts from Holly Heil (800, 1500), Taylor Miller (long jump, triple jump) and Tanisha Robinson (100, 200).
The Akron girls squad completed a 6-0 championship season by downing Wilson (4-2) 99-42 as Gina Henley tripled in the 100 hurdles, 400 hurdles and pole vault.
The Lady Tigers also got double win efforts from Paige Buscaglia (100, 400), Kaylee Zbytek (800, 1500), Mggie Kowalik (long jump, triple jump) and Liz Wager (shotput, discus).