Snyder

Milton’s Kamryn Snyder heaves the shot put during Thursday’s home meet against Shamokin. Snyder would win the event as well as the discus and javelin for the Black Panthers.

MILTON — Milton’s girls track and field team proved to be way too much for Shamokin to handle in Thursday’s dual meet.

Three wins apiece from Leah Bergey, Reggie Wendt, Katelyn Zimmerman, Kamryn Snyder and Leah Walter propelled Milton to a 129-21 Heartland-II victory at Milton Area High School.

“Leah, Kam, and Regi are always prepared and ready for their competition, as well are many of my other girls on the team,” said Milton coach Rod Harris, whose team finished first in all but one event (long jump). “The team prepares well and knows what is expected from them each and every competition.”

Bergey captured both hurdles races as well as the high jump (4-4), Wendt won both the 100 (13.8) and 200 (28.4) as well as the 1,600 relay, Zimmerman took the 800 (2:41.0), the 1,600 (6:04.20) and the 3,200 relay, Snyder won all three throwing events, including setting a PR in the shot put (38-9); and Walter won the 3,200 (13:06.0), the 1,600 relay and the 3,200 relay.

“The team went out and competed very strongly in every event. We had so many young girls step up tonight and had PRs all across the board, such as Ella Swartzentruber in the 3200, Tierra Fisher in the shot put, Jess Waycaster in the triple jump, Jillian Hopple in the 200, and many others,” said Harris. “I’m very Proud of my girls for their efforts this evening.”

On the boys side, Shamokin out-manned Milton for a 90-60 victory.

Colton Loreman led Milton with wins in the 800 (2:10.9) and the 3,200 (10:52.0). Also getting wins for the Black Panthers were Tanner Walter in the 1,600 (5:02.0), Kenley Caputo in the 300IH (41.6), Nevin Rauch in the shot put (46-8), and Brant Long in both the high jump (5-8) and the pole vault (13-6).

Caputo’s time in the 300IH set a PR for the junior.

“I was really happy to PR, and it was nice to get a PR in front of home crowd,” said Caputo. “There’s always room for improvement, and I’m happy to keep getting better.”

Qamar Bradley, Ceaser Allen, Antonio Pearson and Chris Aviles added a win in the 400 relay for Milton, which didn’t have quite the manpower that Shamokin did in the dual meet.

“I was pleased with our overall effort. Shamokin was strong in the sprints and throws, despite a big throw from Nevin Rauch in the shot put,” said Milton coach Tom Leeser. “Our distance group and jumps group had good days, but we were just a bit out-manned today.”

Milton, along with Shamokin, will be competing in the Susquehanna Invitational at 10 a.m. Saturday at Susquehanna University.

Girls

Milton 129, Shamokin 21

at Milton

3,200R: Milton (Riley Murray, Katelyn Zimmerman, Alexis Beaver, Leah Walter), 11:14.0. 100H: 1. Leah Bergey (M), 17.3; 2. Kylie Roup (M); 3. Chloe Yoder (S). 100: 1. Reggie Wendt (M), 13.8; 2. Janea Bergey (M); 3. Aubrey Shultz (S). 1,600: 1. Kaitlyn Zimmerman (M), 6:04.0; 2. Abby Nye (S); 3. Deanna Betzer (M). 400: 1. Riley Murray (M), 1:04.9; 2. Wendt (M); 3. Kaiti Mathias (M). 400R: Milton (Hopple, Hoffer, Myers, Forbes), 59.0. 300H: 1. Bergey (M), 48.3; 2. Roup (M); 3. Yoder (S). 800: 1. Zimmerman (M), 2:41.0; 2. Lexie Beaver (M); 3. Kayla Harvey (S). 200: 1. Wendt (M), 28.4; 2. Jillian Hopple (M); 3. Shultz (S). 3,200: 1. Walter (M), 13:06.0; 2. Kate Amato (S); 3. Stacey Radomsky (S). 1,600R: Milton (Wendt, Roup, Beaver, Walter), 4:47.3. Shot put: 1. Kamryn Snyder (M), 38-9; 2. Tierra Fisher (M); 3. Sara Aikey (M). Discus: 1. Snyder (M), 109-3; 2. Milea Neidig (M); 3. Dianna Cabrera (M). Javelin: 1. Snyder (M), 102-5; 2. Emma Kramer (S); 3. Sophie Rossnock (S). Long jump: 1. Yoder (S), 13-10; 2. Natalie Rowe (M); 3. Jamila Alvarez (M). Triple jump: 1. Alvarez (M), 30-9; 2. Jess Waycaster (M); 3. Rowe (M). High jump: 1. Bergey (M), 4-4; 2. Roup (M); 3. Sage Starks (M). Pole vault: 1. Elizabeth Crites (M), 8-0; 2. Bree McCarty (M); 3. Riley Murray (M).

Boys

Shamokin 90, Milton 60

at Milton

3,200R: Shamokin, 9:12.2. 110HH: 1. Marshall Buggy (S), 15.8; 2. Joe Masser (S); 3. Kenley Caputo (M). 100: 1. Masser (S), 11.5; 2. Buggy (S); 3. Antonio Pearson (M). 1,600: 1. Tanner Walter (M), 5:02.0; 2. Colton Loreman (M); 3. Conner Anascavage (S). 400: 1. Bill Delbaugh (S), 55.9; 2. Matt Schiccatano (S); 3. Ian Paul (S). 400R: Milton (Bradley, Allen, Pearson, Aviles), 48.9. 300IH: 1. Caputo (M), 41.6; 2. Buggy (S); 3. Masser (S). 800: 1. Loreman (M), 2:10.9; 2. Dennis Cole (S); 3. Walter (M). 200: 1. Buggy (S), 24.1; 2. Schiccatano (S); 3. Qamar Bradley (M). 3,200: 1. Loreman (M), 10:52.0; 2. Anascavage (S); 3. Nathan Barnett (M). 1,600R: Shamokin. Shot put: 1. Nevin Rauch (M), 46-8; 2. Bryan Hornberger (S); 3. Matt Knowles (S). Discus: 1. Nate Grimes (S), 117-3; 2. Hunter Roadarmel (S); 3. Hornberger (S). Javelin: 1. Kane Blake (S), 140-8; 2. Knowles (S); 3. Roadarmel (S). Long jump: 1. Masser (S), 19-4 1/2; 2. Delbaugh (S); 3. Bradley (M). Triple jump: 1. Pearson (M), 41-0; 2. Delbaugh (S); 3. Bradley (S). High jump: 1. Brant Long (M), 5-8; 2. Caputo (M); 3. Gavin Walker (M). Pole vault: 1. Long (M), 13-6; 2. Wolfgang Pearson (S); 3. Dylan Nicholas (M).

Lewisburg boys 120,

Midd-West 27

Lewisburg girls 117,

Midd-West 32

LEWISBURG — Alex Sabo was a four-event winner to lead Lewisburg’s boys to the HAC-II victory over the Mustangs.

Sabo won the 100-meter dash (12.22) and the long jump (17-8), plus he also ran legs on the victorious 400 and 1,600 relays for the Green Dragons.

For Lewisburg’s girls, the team was led by three wins from Kyra Binney, who took the 800 (2:41.28) and both the 1,600 and 3,200 relays. Getting two wins apiece for the Green Dragons were Liz Fessler (100/TJ), Delaney Humphrey (1,600/1,600R), Hannah Mirshahi (3,200/3,200R) and Siena Brazier (100H/LJ).

Boys

Lewisburg 120, Midd-West 27

at Lewisburg

100: 1. Alex Sabo (L), 12.22; 2. Kameron Kline (MW); 3. Keenan Dietz (MW). 200: 1. James Koconis (L), 23.69; 2. Dylan Farronato (L); 3. Dietz (MW). 400: 1. Dominick Abate (MW), 54.91; 2. Stephen Tiffin (L); 3. Anthony Bhangdia (L). 800: 1. Calvin Bailey (L), 2:09.20; 2. Elijah Adams (L); 3. Jacob Hess (L). 1,600: 1. Koconis (L), 4:43.21; 2. Peter Lantz (L); 3. Hess (L). 3,200: 1. Lantz (L), 10:23.19; 2. Alan Daniel (L); 3. Evan Hart (L). 110HH: 1. Kameron Schreffler (L), 15.70; 2. Zach Bedell (L). 300IH: 1. Bedell (L), 40.74; 2. Schreffler (L); 3. Dietz (MW). 400R: Lewisburg (Darren Baidoo, Schreffler, Farronato, Sabo), 46.10. 1,600R: Lewisburg (Schreffler, Sabo, Farronato, Bedell), 3:43.50. 3,200R: MW (Abate, Eppley, Swan, Steininger), 8:54.32. High jump: 1. Baidoo (L), 5-8; 2. Simon Stumbris (L); 3. Gianluca Perrone (L). Pole vault: 1. Adam Seasholtz (L), 9-0; 2. Caleb Leaman (L), 9-0. Long jump: 1. Sabo (L), 17-8; 2. Bhangdia (L); 3. Baidoo (L). Triple jump: 1. Baidoo (L), 39-4; 2. Stumbris (L); 3. Ian McKinney (L). Shot put: 1. Josh Gose (L), 49-5; 2. Cameron Klingler (MW); 3. Josh Rodriguez (MW). Discus: 1. Tiffin (L), 124-8; 2. Connor Steffen (MW); 3. Gose (L). Javelin: 1. Farronato (L), 152-2; 2. Rodriguez (MW); 3. Owen Zechman (MW).

Girls

Lewisburg 117, Midd-West 32

at Lewisburg

100: 1. Liz Fessler (L), 13.77; 2. Alyssa Keister (MW); 3. Makenna Dietz (MW). 200: 1. Shayla Heckman (MW), 28.29; 2. Keister (MW); 3. Eric Arnold (L). 400: 1. Elena Malone (L), 1:01.33; 2. Chloe Michaels (L); 3. Maggie Daly (L). 800: 1. Kyra Binney (L), 2:41.28; 2. Anna Batkowski (L); 3. Sarah Ayers (L). 1,600: 1. Delaney Humphrey (L), 5:49.40; 2. Hannah Mirshahi (L); 3. Ayers (L). 3,200: 1. Mirshahi (L), 12:42.0; 2. Olivia Beattie (L); 3. Liberty Justice-Dean (L). 100H: 1. Siena Brazier (L), 17.19; 2. Morgan Harris (L); 3. Madson Cardello (L). 300H: 1. Heckman (MW), 49.56; 2. Brazier (L); 3. Dietz (MW). 400R: Lewisburg (Taryn Beers, Medha Yenireddy, Amelia Kiepke, Erica Arnold), 59.25. 1,600R: Lewisburg (Madison Cardello, Emma Terry, Humphrey, Binney), 4:52.55. 3,200R: Lewisburg (Binney, Mirshahi, Grace Evans, Beattie), 11:23.11. High jump: 1. Erin Hilkert (L), 4-11; 2. Kiepke (L); 3. Bridget Kinnaman (L). Pole vault: 1. Kathleen McTammany (L), 7-0; 2. Emma Freeman (L). Long jump: 1. Brazier (L), 14-2; 2. Kiepke (L); 3. Harris (L). Triple jump: 1. Fessler (L), 32-4; 2. Harris (L); 3. Beers (L). Shot put: 1. Kailey Swineford (MW), 34-11; 2. Leah Ferster (MW); 3. Katie Sheaffer (MW). Discus: 1. Maddie Downs (L), 94-7; 2. Swineford (MW); 3. Sheaffer (MW). Javelin: 1. Alyssa Ayala (L), 95-4; 2. Hilkert (L); 3. Vanessa Regester (MW).

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