Madariaga shines at CCAA D1 meet

Fredonia runner wins 100M, 200M, 400M as Hillbillies place fourth

OBSERVER File Photo Fredonia’s Oliver Madariaga, center, broke a 51-year-old school record Monday evening.

FALCONER — Jaden Kinnear was a double winner while Trenton Shutters, Dontae Hoose and Hans Vanderzyden also picked up individual victories for Southwestern as the Trojans won the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 boys track and field league meet Friday with 182 points at Bill Race Field.

Kinnear captured the 400-meter hurdles (1:03.5) and 110-meter hurdles (16.1); Shutters claimed the 800 meters (2:02.6); Hoose took the shot put (43-9); and Vanderzyden won the discus (109-2) for Southwestern. The Trojans also won the 1,600-meter relay (3:32.02).

Allegany-Limestone finished second with 117 points, paced by Jake Brink’s victories in the 1,600 meters (4:43.7) and 3,200 meters (10:23.09). Noah Paterniti won the pole vault (10-0) while the Gators also took the 3,200-meter relay (8:41.2).

Falconer/Cassadaga Valley was third with 94 points, led by Devin Austin’s wins in the high jump (5-10) and triple jump (42-6). The Golden Cougars also took first in the 400-meter relay (46.5).

Fredonia was fourth with 91 points as Oliver Madariaga was a triple winner in the 100 meters (11.2), 200 meters (22.7) and 400 meters (49.8). Matt Linder also captured the long jump (20-6) for the Hillbillies.

OBSERVER Photo by Tim Frank Dunkirk’s winning relay team

Olean was fifth with 31 points and Dunkirk was sixth with 9 points.

3,200m relay: Allegany-Limestone, Southwestern, Falconer/Cassadaga Valley. T–8:41.2

110m hurdles: Jaden Kinnear (S), Vance Alvarez (S), Alex Field (F). T–16.1

100m: Oliver Madariaga (F), Miracle Berakah (S), Michael Butterfield (S). T–11.2

1,600m: Jake Brink (A-L), Nate Lewis (S), Daniel Casey (A-L). T–4:43.7

OBSERVER Photo by Tim Frank Fredonia’s Kelly Lucas is seen in the high jump.

400m relay: Falconer/Cassadaga Valley, Fredonia, Allegany-Limestone. T–46.5

400m: Oliver Madariaga (F), Anthony DeCapua (A-L), Miracle Berakah (S). T–49.8

400m hurdles: Jaden Kinnear (S), Alex Field (F), Zack Krenzel (A-L). T–1:03.5

800m: Trenton Shutters (S), Carter McKotch (S), Daniel Casey (A-L). T–2:02.6

200m: Oliver Madariaga (F), Miracle Berakah (S), Michael Butterfield (S). T–22.7

3,200m: Jake Brink (A-L), Ryan Wisniewski (A-L), Ethan Luce (S). T–10:23.09

1,600m relay: Southwestern, Fredonia, Falconer/Cassadaga Valley. T–3:32.02

High jump: Devin Austin (F/CV), Jaden Kinnear (S), Anthony DeCapua (A-L). T–5-10

Pole vault: Noah Paterniti (A-L), Nate Gabler (O), Zack Krenzel (A-L). H–10-0

Long jump: Matt Linder (F), Devin Austin (A-L), Jason Copella (O). D–20-6

Triple jump: Devin Austin (F/CV), Matt Linder (F), Vance Alvarez (S). D–42-6

Shot put: Dontae Hoose (S), Drew Wigren (S), Matt Linder (F). D–43-9

Discus: Hans Vanderzyden (S), Logan Cowles (O), Dontae Hoose (S). D–109-2



FALCONER — Falconer/Cassadaga Valley’s Grace Lundmark was a double winner and the Golden Cougars also placed first in two relays en route to winning the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 girls track and field league meet Friday with 157 points at Bill Race Field.

Lundmark captured the shot put (28-10) and discus (82-3) while the Golden Cougars claimed the 3,200-meter relay (10:37.4) and 400-meter relay (55.9).

Southwestern finished second with 135 points, led by triple-winners Kayla and Cassidy Allen. Kayla won the 100-meter hurdles (16.3), 400-meter hurdles (1:11.2) and long jump (15-8) while Cassidy took the 100 meters (12.4), triple jump (34-5) and pole vault (13-1) for the Trojans.

Allegany-Limestone was third with 88 points, paced by Angelina Napoleon’s victories in the 1,500 meters (4:49.1), 800 meters (2:22.7) and high jump (5-0) as well as Ashlyn Collins’ first-place showings in the 400 meters (1:03.2) and 3,000 meters (11:51.2).

Olean was fourth with 56 points, Fredonia was fifth with 51 points and Dunkirk was sixth with 32 points.

The Marauders took the 1,600-meter relay in a time of 2:30.4 while Siera Jacques was second in the 400 meters and Octavia Porter was second in the 100 meters.

Kelly Lucas’ second-place performance in the high jump was Fredonia’s top finish.

Hallie Zalwsky was second in the discus for the Huskies.

3,200m relay: Falconer/Cassadaga Valley, Southwestern, Allegany-Limestone. T–10:37.4

100m hurdles: Kayla Allen (S), Angelina Napoleon (A-L), Paiden Wittmeyer (F/CV). T–16.3

100m: Cassidy Allen (S), Octavia Porter (D), Ava Cook (F). T–12.4

1,500m: Angelina Napoleon (A-L), Mikaela LeBaron (F/CV), Marie Lemay (F/CV). T–4:49.1

400m relay: Falconer/Cassadaga Valley, Olean, Fredonia. T–55.9

400m: Ashlyn Collins (A-L), Siera Jacques (D), Emma Anderson (S). T–1:03.2

400m hurdles: Kayla Allen (S), Hannah Madonia (F/CV), Jillian Walsh (A-L). T–1:11.2

800m: Angelina Napoleon (A-L), Mikaela LeBaron (F/CV), Sarah Elder (F/CV). T–2:22.7

3,000m: Ashlyn Collins (A-L), Marie Lemay (F/CV), Lily Nelson (S). T–11:51.2

1,600m relay: Dunkirk, Falconer/Cassadaga Valley, Southwestern. T–2:30.4

Long jump: Kayla Allen (S), Ella Ekstrom (F/CV), Jez Fayson (O). D–15-8

High jump: Angelina Napoleon (A-L), Kelly Lucas (F), Paiden Wittmeyer (F/CV). H–5-0

Shot put: Grace Lundmark (F/CV), Kayla Allen (S), Autumn Lynn (F/CV). D–28-10

Triple jump: Cassidy Allen (S), Isabella Grijalva (S), Abbie Roth (F). D–34-5

Pole vault: Cassidy Allen (S), Mary Lundmark (F/CV), Jem Fayson (O). H–13-1

Discus: Grace Lundmark (F/CV), Hallie Zalwsky (O), Gabie Rhodes (A-L). D–82-3


RANDOLPH — John Swabik was a quadruple winner to lead Clymer/Sherman/Panama to victory in the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association boys Division 3 league meet Saturday morning.

Swabik captured the 110-meter hurdles (15.7), pole vault (11-6), high jump (6-3) and long jump (20-9) as the Wolfpack finished with 132.5 points.

Franklinville/Ellicottville finished second with 102 points, just a quarter-point better than Randolph in third.

Noah Steinbroner led the Titans with victories in the 100 meters (11.3) and 200 meters (23.0) while Roan Kelly claimed the 1,600 meters (4:48.1) and 800 meters (2:11.6) for the Cardinals. Carson Conley took the triple jump (38-11 1/2) and Jaiden Huntington won the discus (122-1 1/2) to join Kelly in the win column for Randolph.

Maple Grove was fourth overall with 89.75 points, buoyed by victories in the 3,200-meter relay (8:57.9) and 400-meter relay (47.0). Sam Eimiller was victorious in the 400-meter hurdles (1:00) as was Lukas Baer in the 3,200 meters (10:42.3) and David Marshall in the shot put (41-7) for the Red Dragons.

West Valley was fifth with 49 points, paced by Chris Amodeo’s 400-meter title (52.6); Frewsburg was sixth with 33 points, led by Jake Constantino’s second-place showing in the 200 meters; and Westfield/Brocton was seventh with 11 points. The Wolverines’ Lincoln Paternosh was second in the discus.

3,200m relay: Maple Grove, Franklinville/Ellicottville, Clymer/Sherman/Panama. T–8:57.9

110m hurdles: John Swabik (C/S/P), Sam Eimiller (MG), Connor Terwilliger (F/E). T–15.7

100m: Noah Steinbroner (F/E), Chris Amodeo (WV), Jake Constantino (F). T–11.3

1,600m: Roan Kelly (R), Owen White (C/S/P), Maddox Bush (F/E). T–4:48.1

400m relay: Maple Grove, Clymer/Sherman/Panama, Franklinville/Ellicottville. T–47.0

400m: Chris Amodeo (WV), Talon Rowland (R), Caydon Hatch (F/E). T–52.6

400m hurdles: Sam Eimiller (MG), Jordan Svetz (C/S/P), Rodney Boberg (WV). T–1:00

800m: Roan Kelly (R), Owen White (C/S/P), Ben Cornell (MG). T–2:11.6

200m: Noah Steinbroner (F/E), Jake Constantino (F), Chris Amodeo (WV). T–23.0

3,200m: Lukas Baer (MG), Tavi Riling (F/E), Xander Pitts (F). T–10:42.3

1,600m relay: Franklinville/Ellicottville, Randolph, Maple Grove. T–3:46

Pole vault: John Swabik (C/S/P), Wyatt Tinelli (F/E), Clayton Crouse (R). H–11-6

High jump: John Swabik (C/S/P), Sam Eimiller (MG), Jordan Svetz (C/S/P). H–6-3

Long jump: John Swabik (C/S/P), TreyVon Kopta (C/S/P), Chris Amodeo (WV). D–20-9

Triple jump: Carson Conley (R), TreyVon Kopta (C/S/P), Connor Terwilliger (F/E). D–38-11 1/2

Shot put: David Marshall (MG), Jaiden Huntington (R), Ryan Carpenter (R). D–41-7

Discus: Jaiden Huntington (R), Lincoln Paternosh (W/B), Nolan Spencer (WV). D–122-1 1/2


RANDOLPH — Hayly Fredrickson and Anna Slavinski had individual wins and Franklinville/Ellicottville placed in the top three of all three relays en route to winning the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association girls Division 2 league meet Saturday morning.

Fredrickson claimed the 100-meter hurdles (17.5) and Slavinski won the 400-meter hurdles (1:13.7) for the Titans, who finished with 135.5 points after taking second in the 3,200-meter and 400-meter relays as well as third in the 1,600-meter relay.

Tessa Mozzi was a double winner for Maple Grove with first-place showings in the shot put (29-9) and discus (91-10). The Red Dragons were second with 121 points after Abby Brunenavs won the 1,500 meters (5:14.9), Ava Crist captured the 800 meters (2:26), Tina Peppy took the 3,000 meters (11:04.1) and Emma Foley won the high jump (4-8).

Clymer/Sherman/Panama was third with 91.5 points, led by Jenna Fisher’s second-place finishes in the 100 meters and 200 meters. Mackenzie Gratto was second in the high jump while the Wolfpack won the 1,600-meter relay.

Frewsburg finished fourth with 62 points, led by Gracie Conlan’s victories in the long jump (15-1 1/2) and triple jump (32-0). Acacia Barber also won the 400 meters (1:00).

Randolph was fifth with 60 points as Corinne Inkley won the pole vault (8-9).

Westfield/Brocton was sixth with 22 points. Aliyah Rivera was the Wolverines’ top finisher with her second-place showing int he long jump.

West Valley was seventh with 21 points as Janay Ghani won both the 100 meters (13.1) and 200 meters (26.5).

3,200m relay: Maple Grove, Franklinville/Ellicottville, Clymer/Sherman/Panama. T–10:01.7

100m hurdles: Hayly Fredrickson (F/E), Mandy Hurlburt (F/E), Dakota Rammelt (W/B) and Emma Foley (MG). T–17.5

100m: Janay Ghani (WV), Jenna Fisher (C/S/P) and Tyyetta Herman (F/E). T–13.1

1,500m: Abby Brunenavs (MG), Allison Bohall (MG), Hannah Schauman (C/S/P). T–5:14.9

400m relay: Randolph, Franklinville/Ellicottville, Frewsburg. T–55.2

400m: Acacia Barber (F), Tyyetta Herman (F/E), Mackenzie Gratto (C/S/P). T–1:00

400m hurdles: Anna Slavinski (F/E), Hayly Fredrickson (F/E), Tayden Persons (C/S/P). T–1:13.7

800m: Ava Crist (MG), Acacia Barber (F), Megan Baer (MG). T–2:26

200m: Janay Ghani (WV), Jenna Fisher (C/S/P), Tyyetta Herman (F/E). T–26.5

3,000m: Tina Peppy (MG), Hannah Tarbrake (MG), Alysa Williams (F/E). T–11:04.1

1,600m relay: Clymer/Sherman/Panama, Randolph, Franklinville/Ellicottville. T–4:25.4

Pole vault: Corinne Inkley (R), Hayly Fredrickson (F/E), Eve Adams (R). H–8-9

High jump: Emma Foley (MG), Mackenzie Gratto (C/S/P), Mandy Hurlburt (F/E). H–4-8

Long jump: Gracie Conlan (F), Aliyah Rivera (W/B), Hayly Fredrickson (F/E). D–15-1 1/2

Triple jump: Gracie Conlan (F), Emma Foley (MG), Lilly Johnson (C/S/P). D–32-0

Shot put: Tessa Mozzi (MG), Tarryn Herman (F/E), Renee Waterman (R). D–29-9

Discus: Tessa Mozzi (MG), Bailey South (F), Renee Waterman (R). D–91-10


GOWANDA –Kyle North and Lucas Smith were double winners for Portville as the Panthers won the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 boys league meet Saturday with 178 points.

North captured the 100 meters (12.1) and long jump (18-10) while Smith claimed the shot put (36-11 1/2) and discus (113-8) for Portville. Teammate Braxton Stone won the 110-meter hurdles (17.1) and Hunter Griffin took the triple jump (38-0 1/2).

Chautauqua Lake was second with 168 points, paced by Dominic Cusimano’s victories in the 400-meter hurdles (1:03.8) and 200 meters (24.4). Also for the Thunderbirds, David Speagle won the 400 meters (55.3), Elias Quintero claimed the 3,200 meters (11:17.7), Jonas Simora captured the pole vault (7-10) and Gavin Sauerland prevailed in the high jump (5-9).

Gowanda was third with 53 points, led by second-place finishes by Dylen Harbison (110-meter hurdles) and well as Noah Vogtli (100 meters, triple jump).

Cattaraugus-Little Valley was fourth with 34 points. The Timberwolves won the 3,200-meter relay.

Silver Creek/Forestville was fifth with 24 points. The Black Knights were third int he 1,600-meter relay.

Salamanca was sixth with 20 points, thanks largely to Arlen Newark’s victory in the 800 meters (2:05.5).

3,200m relay: Cattaraugus-Little Valley, Portville. T–9:05.5

110m hurdles: Braxton Stone (P), Dylen Harbison (G), Kyle Stone (P). T–17.1

100m: Kyle North (P), Noah Vogtli (G), Jayden Lassiter (P). T–12.1

1,600m: Arlen Newark (S), Carson D’Anthony (CL), Matt Snyder (P). T–4:53.4

400m relay: Portville, Chautauqua Lake. T–46.7

400m: David Speagle (CL), Ethan Dean (P), Sullivan Ferrino (CL). T–55.3

400m hurdles: Dominic Cusimano (CL), Braxton Stone (P), Aiden Hoover (C-LV). T–1:03.8

800m: Arlen Newark (S), Elias Quintero (CL), Ben Isaman (P). T–2:05.5

200m: Dominic Cusimano (CL), Bryan Randolph (P), Lucas Smith (P). T–24.4

3,200m: Elias Quintero (CL), John Visnesky (C-LV), Matt Snyder (P). T–11:17.7

1,600m relay: Portville, Chautauqua Lake, Silver Creek/Forestville. T–3:50

Pole vault: Jonas Simora (CL), Aiden Hoover (C-LV). H–7-10

High jump: Gavin Sauerland (CL), Bryan Randolph (P), Dylen Harbison (G). H–5-9

Long jump: Kyle North (P), David Speagle (CL), Gavin Sauerland (CL). D–18-10

Triple jump: Hunter Griffin (P), Noah Vogtli (G), Michael Anderson (CL). D–38-0 1/2

Shot put: Lucas Smith (P), Raiden Stalter (CL), Jayden Lassiter (P). D–36-11 1/2

Discus: Lucas Smith (P), Wayne Swogger (CL), Raiden Stalter (CL). D–113-8


GOWANDA — Four different individual winners pushed Chautauqua Lake past Portville with 146 points to captured the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 girls meet Saturday.

Calla Zarpentine won the 100-meter hurdles (19.3), Kylie Keefe captured the 800 meters (2:27.8), Lydia Kushmaul claimed the 3,000 meters (12:41.3) and Lauren Alfa prevailed in the long jump (14-9) for the Thunderbirds, who also won the 3,200-meter relay.

The Panthers finished second with 141 points, thanks to a pair of wins from Jenna Wyant in the 100 meters (13.5) and 400 meters (1:02.7). Samantha Bray took the 1,500 meters (5:32.7) and Olivia Dean won the pole vault (7-0) for the Panthers, who also won the 400-meter and 1,600-meter relays.

Silver Creek/Forestville was third with 134 points, paced by Alina Beadle’s victories in the shot put (32-2 1/2) and discus (78-6). Rachael Beadle claimed the high jump (4-5) and Alivia Penman won the triple jump (29-10).

Salamanca was fourth with 57 points. Harley Brown took second in the 400-meter hurdles while Jillian Rea was the runnerup in both the shot put and discus for the Warriors.

Gowanda was fifth with 26 points and Cattaraugus-Little Valley was sixth with 2 points.

3,200m relay: Chautauqua Lake, Gowanda, Salamanca. T–10:48.8

100m hurdles: Calla Zarpentine (CL), Amelia Brown (CL), Aryanna Hatch (P). T–19.3

100m: Jenna Wyant (P), Jackie Daley (P), Katie Castiglia (SC/F). T–13.5

1,500m: Samantha Bray (P), Lydia Kushmaul (CL), Autumn Pupo (G). T–5:32.7

400m relay: Portville, Silver Creek/Forestville, Chautauqua Lake. T–51.8

400m: Jenna Wyant (P), Aryanna Hatch (P), Kylie Procknal (SC/F). T–1:02.7

400m hurdles: Amelia Brown (CL), Harley Brown (S), Rachael Beadle (SC/F). T–1:13.7

800m: Kylie Keefe (CL), Juliana Flick (SC/F), Ava Haynes (P). T–2:27.8

200m: Jackie Daley (P), Julia Wyant (P), Kylie Procknal (SC/F). T–28.0

3,000m: Lydia Kushmaul (CL), Samantha Bray (P), Hailey Roush (CL). T–12:41.3

1,600m relay: Portville, Chautauqua Lake, Silver Creek/Forestville. T–4:30

Pole vault: Olivia Dean (P), Emma Romanik (SC/F), Aliyah Lee (S). H–7-0

High jump: Rachael Beadle (SC/F), Kylie Keefe (CL), Olivia Cook (P). H–4-5

Long jump: Lauren Alfa (CL), Kylie Procknal (SC/F), Alivia Penman (SC/F). D–14-9

Triple jump: Alivia Penman (SC/F), Kira Erickson (CL), Calla Zarpentine (CL). D–29-10

Shot put: Alina Beadle (SC/F), Jillian Rea (S), Anayah Carson (CL). D–32-2 1/2

Discus: Alina Beadle (SC/F), Jillian Rea (S), Grace Mullen (SC/F). D–78-6


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