2018-05-15 / Sports

Sullivan West Sweeps Titles in Downsville’s Eagle Games

WALTON — The Sullivan West Bulldogs track and field teams dominated Downsville’s annual Eagle Games on Friday on the Walton field. The boys racked up 163 points to runner-up Walton’s 88, and the girls tallied 155 points to 112 for the host Downsville/ Roscoe/Livingston Manor squad.

In the boys’ side, D/R/LM was third with 86 points, Liberty had 84, Laurens/Milford 51, Franklin 48, Deposit/Hancock 26, Andes 25, Oxford 24, Eldred 22, Delhi 21, and Richfield Springs six.

D/R/LM’s Desmond Lambe was a triple winner, sweeping the jumping events. His high jump was five feet and 10 inches, his long jump 19 feet and his triple jump 39 feet and seven inches. Franklin’s Tyler Gregory was a double winner, running the 1,600-meter run in four minutes and 47.9 seconds, and the 3,200-meter run in 10 minutes and 43.2 seconds. Also winning twice was SW’s Roan Gillingham, with a 400-meter dash time of 52.75 seconds and the pole vault at 10 feet. Another double winner was L/M’s Taylor Munch, who took the honors in the 100-meter dash in 11.5 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 22.91 seconds.

D/R/LM’s Logan Cicio won the 800-meter run in two minutes and 11.6 seconds, and the D/R/LM 3,200-meter won in nine minutes and 11.6 seconds; Walton’s Joel Rhinehart won the 110-meter hurdles in 17.94 seconds; Andes’ James DePierro won the shot put with a distance of 40 feet and three inches; D/H’s Kenny Macumber won the discus with a heave of 114 feet and four inches; Walton’s 400-meter relay team won in 47.78 seconds; for SW, Hunter Mall won the 400-meter hurdles in one minute and 4.6 seconds, and the 1,600-meter relay unit won in three minutes and 53.8 seconds.

In the girls’ action, SW tallied 155 points, D/R/LM was second with 112, Liberty 89.5, D/H 59, Oxford 49, Walton 42, Eldred 27, Franklin 26, L/M 25, Delhi 21.5, Andes 20 and RS none.

SW’s Ava MacLeod won three events — the 100-meter dash in 12.4 seconds, the 200-meter dash in 26 seconds, and the long jump at 15 feet and 9.5 inches. D/H’s Kelsey Young was a double winner, with times of five minutes and 9.1 seconds in the 1.500-meter run, and 11 minutes and 27.9 seconds in the 3,200-meter run. Also winning twice was Andes’ Laurynn Weaver, with a shot put effort of 29 feet and a discus heave of 96 feet and 10 inches.

The host team got first place in the 400-meter dash by Emily Brown with a time of one minute and six-tenth of a second, and the 400-meter relay team with a time of 53.91 seconds; D/H also had a first from Marissa Lengel in the high jump with an unlisted effort; SW also had wins by Tallula Gann in the 800-meter run in two minutes and 35 seconds, Grace Gaebel in the triple jump at 33 feet, and the 3,200-meter relay team in 11 minutes and 30.8 seconds; Liberty had wins by Gabriela Nolan with a time of 16.5 seconds in the 100-meter hurdles and the 1,600-meter relay squad; Kayla Mass of Eldred won the pole vault with a vault of seven feet and six inches.

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