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Hammondsport girls finish fourth overall

BOLIVAR—The Hammondsport girls and boys track teams competed in the Class C/D sectionals at Bolivar, May 30. The girls team finished fourth overall with 57 points. The boys finished in 17th place with one point.
Brooke Gordon took Hammondsport’s only first place finish with 2,481 points in the pentathlon. Ashley Hulse finished second in the discus and fourth in the shot put. Ashley House finished second in the 400 hurdles with a time of 1:13.76. The Hammondsport relay teams took third place in the 4x100 and the 4x400 relays, and fourth place in the 4x800 relay.  Brynn Day finished fourth in the high jump, and sixth in the 100m run and the triple jump. Cora Meyer finished fourth in the triple jump.
Nick Bagley recorded Hammondsport’s only point with a sixth place finish in the 800m run.
The track team had a winner in the Steuben County Championship Track Meet, May 23. Brooke Gordon won the pentathlon. Ashley Hulse finished second in the discus with a throw of 89’3” and fourth in the shot put. Brynn Day finished third in the triple jump and fifth in the high jump. Cora Meyer took fifth in the 800 and the triple jump. Liz Kolodziejczak finished fourth in the 3000. Ashley House was third in the 400 hurdles. Amie Pizura was fifth in the 400.
Bagley finished third in the 800 and the 1600. Cody Billings was sixth in the 3200.

Hammondsport’s baseball season ended early, as they were upset by Genesee Valley, 3-2, May 27. Coach Dan Conley stated, “On a night where all the calls seemed to go the other way, we committed five errors, Three errors in the fifth inning allowed three runs to score."  Only the first run was an earned run, according to Conley. “We left the bases loaded three times, leaving a total of 13 base runners."
Hammondsport was held scoreless until the bottom of the seventh inning. Justyn Schuck led off with a triple, scoring on a double from Brian Stachnik. Stachnik scored off a single by Will Duncan. Luke Fairbrother walked before Josh Snyder struck out to end the game.
Ryan House set a Section V record for earned run average by a pitcher in a season at 0.153 and is currently leading the career list, as well, according to Conley. Schuck led the offense with a .422 bating average and led most other offensive categories, according to Conley. Both House and Schuck were named to the Steuben County Athletic Association first team all star list and will return to play next year.
Conley stated, “Our season was an eye-opener. We knew coming in that the only way we could lose is if we beat ourselves; and that was the case. We finished 7-7, losing all seven on errors. We outscored our opponents 112-94 (of which only 38 were earned). The team was led by juniors, which gives us plenty of hope for next year.”

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