Krenzer, Madonia pace Golden Cougars to cross country victories
FALCONER — Joe Krenzer and Hannah Madonia led Falconer/Cassadaga Valley to boys and girls victories in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association cross country action Tuesday at Breezewood Links.
Krenzer tourned the 3.1-mile course in 18:01 to pace the Golden Cougars, who finished with 26 points. Lucas Peterson-Volz of Olean (58 points) was second in 19:34 and Wyatt Harrington of Falconer/Cassadaga Valley was third in 19:35. Drew Schull was the top finisher for Gowanda (47 points) with a time 19:50.
In the girls race, Madonia posted a time of 22:00, which was a minute faster than Calie Hudson of Gowanda (47 points). Rachel Birath of Falconer/Cassadaga Valley (21 points) was third with a time of 23:07. Sophia Rucinski topped Olean with an eighth-place finish in a time of 26:58.
Joe Krenzer (F/CV), Lucas Peterson-Volz (O), Wyatt Harrington (F), Drew Schull (G), Devin Austin (F/CV), Jayson Twoguns (G), Jace Smith (F/CV), Adrian Bohdanowycz (O), Chase Bowlen (G), Alex Hudson (F/CV). T– 18:01.
Hannah Madonia (F/CV), Calie Hudson (G), Rachel Birtah (F/CV), Sarah Elder (F/CV), Kailyn Farmer (G), Jasmine Spangler (F/CV), Marcella Seekings (F/CV), Sophia Rucinski (O), Sophia Javed (O), Nya Martinell (O). T–22:00.
C/S/P GIRLS, JHS BOYS PREVAIL
JAMESTOWN — Clymer/Sherman/Panama’s girls and Jamestown’s boys were victorious at the Martin Road Athletic Complex.
The Wolfpack girls finished with 20 points, led by second-place Hannah Schauman. Jamestown’s Belle Johnson finished first in 21:28 to lead the Red Raiders to a second-place team finish with 53 points. Fredonia/Westfield was third with 67 points, led by ninth-place Haley Zadzilka. Franklinville/Ellicottville was fourth with 100 points.
On the boys side, Jamestown won with 26 points, paced by second-place Maxwell Knight. Franklinville/Ellicottville’s Maddox Bush led his team to a second-place finish with 43 points behind his first-place finish in 17:49. Fredonia/Westfield was third with 73 points, led by Ledreth Velez-Olmo in sixth place. C/S/P was fourth with 82 points, led by eighth-place Michael Raven.
1. Maddox Bush (F/E); 2. Maxwell Knight (J); 3. Tyler Zwald (J); 4. Grant Cornell (F/E); 5. Colton Cappalino (J); 6. Ledreth Velez-Olmo (F/W); 7. Mason McVinney (J); 8. Michael Raven (C/S/P); 9. Jaymin Morano (J); 10. Cameron Patternosh (F/W). T–17:49.
1. Belle Johnson (J); 2. Hannah Schauman (C/S/P); 3. Tayden Persons (C/S/P); 4. Leighanne Swan (C/S/P); 5. Brooke Warner (C/S/P); 6. Caitlyn kriner (C/S/P); 7. Eve Johnson (C/S/P); 8. Myah Crossley (J); 9. Haley Zadzilka (F/W). T–21:28
SW WINS PAIR
SALAMANCA — Southwestern’s boys finished with 19 points and the girls finished with 21 points to win at Elkdale Country Club.
Randolph finished second in the boys race with 44 points and in the girls race with 37 points. Salamanca, Cattaraugus-Little Valley and West Valley were incomplete.
The Trojans’ Nate Lewis took first in the boys race with a time of 17:42. Randolph’s Roan Kelly was second.
In the girls race, Southwestern’s Emma Lewis was first in 19:43. Randolph’s Sydney Smith was second and Salamanca’s Ryanna Brady was third.
1. Nate Lewis (So); 2. Roan Kelly (R); 3. Ethan Luce (So); 4. Trenton Shutters (So); 5. Brendan Luce (So); 6. Donivan Brown (So); 7. Jake Johnson (So); 8. Trey Faulk (So); 9. Sam Kautzman (So); 10. Lukas Svenson (So). T–17:42
1. Emma Lewis (So); 2. Sydney Smith (R); 3. Ryanna Brady (Sa); 4. Gabrielle Wigren (So); 5. Grace Anderson (So); 6. Gracyn Rowland (R); 7. Marley Ohl (So); 8. Emma Anderson (So); 9. Fiona Hagl (So); 10. Lucy VanRensselaer (R). T–19:43