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  • Canandaigua girls track wins Trent Jackson Invite

  • The Canandaigua Academy girls indoor track and field team won the Trent Jackson Invite on Saturday at SUNY-Brockport, besting more than 30 schools in the process with a team total of 71.2 points.

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  • The Canandaigua Academy girls indoor track and field team won the Trent Jackson Invite on Saturday at SUNY-Brockport, besting more than 30 schools in the process with a team total of 71.2 points.
    Penfield finished second with 64 points, followed by Rush-Henrietta (58), Lancaster (54), and Mercy (45).
    Christine Lyttle was a double-winner for the Braves, taking first place in the 55 hurdles (8.61 seconds) and the 200 hurdles. It was the first time the 200 hurdles was ever run in Section 5, and her time of 30.77 is currently the “world’s best.” She was followed by Brianna Calderon of Eastridge (31.03).
    Finishing right behind Lyttle in the 55 hurdles was CA teammate Samantha Carro with a personal-best 8.93
    Kennedy Jensen took second place in the 3,000 with a time of 10:25.78, just five seconds off the winning pace set by Eileen O’Hara of Webster Thomas.
    Also performing well for the Braves was Jessica Locke, who broke the school record in the triple jump with a third-place finish of 33 feet, 3.5 inches, and Haley Abraham also broke the school record in the 1500 Racewalk with a time of 8:00.05.
    The Distance Medley Relay team of Lauren and Kendall D'Amore, Dana Garbinski, and Kennedy Jensen broke the school record with a time of 12:48.66, good enough for third place.
    Penfield standout Katie Lembo cruised to victory in the 1500 meter run, followed by Autumn Albrecht of Brockport and fellow Patriots Trista Leo and Megan Sedita.
    In the 1000, Pittsford Sutherland’s Mary Visca held off Canandaigua’s Kendall D’Amore by two seconds to earn first place.  
    Mercy’s Monica LaBorde edged Victor’s Kem Bailey in the 1500 meter race walk. LaBorde’s teammate, Maggie Pryslak took first in the 600, just ahead of R-H’s Sammy Watson.
    Spencerport’s Madeline Kopp took first in the 300 with a time of 40.97, ahead of Ceara Watson (R-H).
    On the boys side, the highlights came from the sprinters. In the 55 meter dash, Athena’s Brian Smith blistered the track with a time of 6.44, just .04 faster than Olympia’s Carnell Noble. Athena’s Terrance Harley wasn’t far behind at 6.57.
    The battle for Greece continued in the 300 meter dash, with Smith coming out on top again. Smith clocked in at 34.63, again beating Noble (35.58) and Harley (36.38).
    Rush-Henrietta earned the top spot in the 4x200 relay (1:34.22), followed by Edison Tech and Spencerport.
    In the 1600 meter run, Athena’s Keith Pease won by almost nine seconds in a time of 4:18.55, followed by Hilton’s Tyler Ranke and Mikey Schantz of R-H.
    Brighton’s Andrew Mullen won the 1000 with a time of 2:38.74. Josh Hanna (Aquinas) won the 600 in 1:23.61. Brennan Root (R-H) held off Fairport’s Jack Scott and Irondequoit’s Josh Dyrland for first in the 3200.
    Olympia came away with the team title, amassing 87 points. Athena was second with 61, followed by Aquinas (34), R-H (32) and Hilton (30).
    Page 2 of 2 - The CA boys team Indoor Track team placed 19th among 32 schools. Sam Harding placed second in the pole vault with a jump of 13 feet. Zach Klick placed sixth in the 55 hurdles with a time of 8.3 and also placed fifth in the 200 hurdles with a time of 27.25.
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