GR BOYS TRACK ALL-STARS: Meet this year’s Genesee area boys track and field stars. | Sports

The Genesee region consistently produces top notch athletic talent and this season has been no different.

The boys from Oakfield-Alabama, who won another section title, highlighted what has been a successful spring campaign, while several people also won championship gear.

After a season of rest, the athletes were just happy to be back on track and they took full advantage of it.

Here are the athletic stars of the Genesee Region League:

Brayden Woods, Senior, Alexander – Two-time star – Woods recorded a season best jump of 10-08 in pole vault, finishing second at the Genesee Region League championships. He had a season best time of 1:02 in the 400-meter hurdles, a top jump of 5-08 in the high jump and: 17.5 in the 110-meter hurdles. His highlights for the season include setting a new personal best in the pole vault and high jump.

Noah Atterberry, eighth grade, Attica – First time star – Atterberry placed sixth at the GR long jump championships (18-02) and was part of the winning team in the 4-x-400-meter relay (12.24 ). His highlights of the season include winning the relay at the GR championships.

Colin Bannister, Sophomore, Attica – First Star – Bannister was on the winning team in the 4-x-400-meter relay, helped place third in the 4-x-100-meter relay and was fifth in the 400-meter ( 56,63) at the GR championships. Her highlights of the season include earning her first star honor.

Ryan Meides, Sophomore, Attica – First Star – Meides was part of the GR Championships winning 4x-400m relay team and helped the 4x-800m relay team to finish third. His season highlights included his first season in athletics.

Kyle George, Junior, Attica – First Star – George finished second in the 800 meters at the GR Championships, was part of the winning team in the 4-x-400-meter relay and assisted the 4-x-100 -the meter relay ranks third. His highlights of the season were becoming a GR first star.

Andrew Parnapy, Sr., Byron-Bergen – First Star – Paranapy won the shot put and discus title at the GR Championships. He clocked personal bests of 115-03 in discus and 43-04 in shot put. His highlights of the season include helping his team to finish unbeaten in the league. Parnapy plans to attend Alfred University where he will continue his athletic career as a member of the track team and study biochemistry.

Lincoln McGrath, Freshman, Byron-Bergen – First Star – McGrath recorded a season best time of 11:23 in the two mile race, which helped him finish fifth at the GR League championships.

Malachi Smith, Freshman, Byron-Bergen – First Star – Smith set a personal best of 12.24 in the 100 meters and reached a maximum height of 8-02 in the pole vault. His highlights of the season include winning his first 100 meters.

Corden Zimmerman, Junior, Byron-Bergen – Two-time star – Zimmerman recorded a season-best jump of 6-01 in the high jump and finished undefeated in that event this season. Her season highlights include setting the guest pentathlon record at the Hilton Invitational.

Riley Allen, Sophomore, Holley – First Star – Allen recorded a season best shot of 37 feet in the shot put and a best time of 12 seconds in the 100 meters. His highlights of the season include the GR’s fourth place in the second-year shot put.

Karl Biedlingmaier, Senior, Holley – Two-time star – Biedlingmaier ended his career with the second best pole vault in school history after winning a 9-08 season record. His best scores in the long jump and triple jump were 18-11 3/4 and 36-06, respectively.

Ethan Creig, Sr., Lyndonville – First Star – Creig clocked a record 55.01 in the 400m and 24.74 in the 200m, and finished fourth and fifth in those events at the GR League Championships. His highlights for the season include being undefeated in the regular season. Creig plans to attend UB in the fall where he will study engineering.

Dontrell Jenkins, Sr., Oakfield Alabama – First Star – Jenkins finished sixth in shot put and talks at the GR League Championships. His best distances were 39-04 on the shot put and 91-09 on the discus. His highlights for the season include a 9-0 record in league competition and a final as league and section champions. Jenkins plans to attend ECC where he will study criminal justice and continue his athletic career as a member of the ECC football team.

Thomas Costello, Sr., Oakfield Alabama – First Star – Costello was a member of the 3200-meter GR champion relay team and placed fifth in the 800-meter race in the league championship competition. His highlights of the season include a 9-0 record in the league and a 2:20 break in the 800-meter race. Costello plans to attend the University of Buffalo where he will study engineering.

Connor Domoy, Freshman, Oakfield Alabama – First Star – Domoy was the anchor for the winning team in the 4-x-800-meter relay at the league championships and placed second in the 1,600-meter, 3,200-meter and steeplechase. His highlights for the season include finishing 9-0 in the league and winning the league championship competition and section title.

Jose Luis Venegas, Junior, Elba – First Star – Venegas helped the 3,200-meter relay team win the GR League championships and was a member of the 400-meter relay team finishing second and assisted the relay of 1600 meters finish third. Venegas has set a personal best of 2:21 in the 800 meters this season. His highlights of the season include a 9-0 league win.

Parker Dobson, Junior, Oakfield Alabama – First Star – Dobson was second in the 200-meter sprint and helped the 400-meter relay team to second in the league championship meet. He was fourth in the 100 meters and set a personal best of 24.99 seconds in the 200 meters. His highlights for the season include finishing 9-0 in league competition and finishing another season unbeaten.

Kameron Cusmano, Junior, Oakfield Alabama – First Star – Cusmano won the 110-meter hurdles title in the GR League competition and second in the high jump and 400-meter relay. Her personal best time in the 110 hurdles was 16.75 and her best high jump score was 5-11.

Ty Mott, Senior, Oakfield Alabama – Three-time star – Mott won the pole vault and triple jump in the league championship competition. His best personal scores this season were 12-03 in the pole vault, 40-10 in the triple jump and 20-0.25 in the long jump. His highlights for the season include ending the year 9-0 in league competition and winning back-to-back section titles. He plans to attend St. John Fisher College and play football while majoring in business.

Jared Graham, senior, Oakfield Alabama – First Star – Graham won the pentathlon at the GR League Championships and recorded the season’s best scores of 5-03 in high jump, 20.18 seconds in the 110-meter hurdles and 17 -3.5 in the long jump. His highlights of the season include a 9-0 league win. Graham plans to enlist in the Navy and study nuclear engineering.

Jordan Schlagenhauf, Junior, Oakfield Alabama – First Star – Schlagenhauf was a member of the winning 3,200-meter relay team at the GR League Championships. He also helped the 1,600-meter relay team to finish third and set a personal best 1: 04.7 in the 400-meter hurdles. His highlights for the season include finishing 9-0 in league competition and winning the GR League tag team title.

Zack Hall, Senior, Oakfield Alabama – Four-time star – Hall hasn’t lost a single race in the 880-meter, 1,600-meter and 3,200-meter race in the GR League competition this season. He won the GR championships in the 800 meters, 1600 meters, 3200 meters and steeplechase. His personal best times are 4: 28.02 in the 1600 meters and 9: 48.33 in the 3200 meters. Hall plans to attend RIT to study engineering and further his racing career.

Noah Currier, Sophomore, Oakfield-Alabama – First Star – Currier won the 100 meters and 200 meters in the GR League Championship competition and anchored the team’s 4-x-100-meter relay team to second place in the GR competition. His highlights of the season include a 9-0 league win.

Zachary Bartholomew, senior, Oakfield Alabama – Two-time star – Bartholomew placed second in the 400-meters at the GR League Championships and was part of the third-place relay team in the 1,600-meter. Her personal best in the 400 meters was 53.87 and 25.34 in the 200 meters. His highlights of the season included a 9-0 league finish. He plans to pursue a career in welding.

Sebastian Kitt, Junior, Pembroke – First Star – Kitt set a personal best of 4:58 in the mile and 11:09 in the two mile. His highlights of the season include second place in the team in the GR competition and five minutes in the mile.

Ryan Pfeiffer, Sr., Pembroke – First All-Star – Pfeiffer set a personal best of 11.5 in the 100m and 24.9 in the 200m. His highlights of the season include his participation in the 400-meter relay victory in the GR League competition. Pfeiffer plans to attend UB where he will study electrical engineering.

Mason Reisdorf, Freshman, Pembroke – First Star – Reisdorf recorded a personal best of 10 feet in the pole vault. Her season highlights include increasing her arch height by two and a half inches during the season.

Keith Neureuter Jr., Sr., Pembroke – First Star – Neureuter placed first in the GR League competition in the 400-meter hurdles, finishing with a time of 1: 00.61. His highlights for the season include staying healthy throughout the season. Neureuter plans to enter the workforce and raise a family.

Nathanael Duttweiler, Sophomore, Pembroke – First Star – Duttweiler recorded a 101ft throw in the throw and 33ft in the shot put. His highlights of the season have included an 8-1 finish in the league and a second place finish at the GR League championships.

Danny Curtis, Junior, Pembroke, – First Star – Curtis clocked a personal best of 12.2 seconds in the 100 meters and 57 seconds in the 400 meters. -100 relay to meet the GR League.

Giovanni Smart, Junior, Pembroke – First All-Star – Smart recorded a high jump of 19-1.5 in the long jump and 5-7 in the high jump. His season highlights include finishing 8-1 in the regular season.

Brady Kimmel, Senior, Pembroke – Three-time star – Kimmel recorded the best time in the 100 meters in the GR League this season (11.64) and the second best time in the 200 meters (: 24.54). He helped the 4-x-100-meter relay team win at the GR Championships with a time of 46.17, helped the 4-x-400-meter relay team to finish second and also finished second in the 100-meter. and third in the 200 meters. He plans to become an electrician and start his career early.

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