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Odessa track sets records

ODESSA-MONTOUR—The O-M boys and girls set school records on the track at the Division II, at the State Qualifier in Binghamton Thursday, June 4. Although none will advance to the state tournament, two individual records and two relay records fell. Ashley Bryinton finished fifth overall and set the new school record in the 400 hurdles with a time of 1:08.24, breaking her own record of 1:09.2. Joe Markley broke his own record in the 800m with a run of 2:05.40. The relay team of Brian Stamp, John Blaha, Phil Smith and Markley broke their own record in the 4x800 with a time of 8:42.42 (8:52.4 was the old record). The team of Malissa Richards, Beth Smith, Erin Terry and Bryington set a new record in the 4x400 relay. The old record was 4:24.
The girls track team finished third in class D with 58 points, in the Section 4, Class D tournament in Delhi, May 28. O-M had one athlete win her event—Brittany VanAmburg won the pole vault at 8’0”.  Several athletes had second place finishes.  Bryington took second in the 100 hurdles (18.3 seconds)  and the 400 hurdles (1:09.3), and was third in the 200m (28.9 seconds). The team of Malissa Richards, Beth Smith, Terry and Allison Stamp finished second in the 3200 relay. The team of Terry, Smith, Richards and Bryington finished second in the 400 relay. Stamp finished third in the steeplechase.
The boys track team finished fourth with 66 points in Section 4, Class D. The team of John Blaha, Phil Smith, Joe Markley and Brian Stamp won the 3200 relay in school record time of 9:52.50. Matt Shutter finished second in the 200m. Martin Eccleston was second in the 800m and third in the pole vault. Eccleston was also on the 1600 relay team which finished third. Joe Markley was third in the 800m. Josh Markley finished second in the pentathlon and also in the long jump.
Coach Chris Wood commented that this year’s boys team was one of the strongest in several years. “It was the first O-M boys team to win its division in 22 years.”
Bryington set a school record with her third place finish in the 400 hurdles with a time of 1:09.56. Bryington broke the record set two years ago by Samantha Davis. Davis ran the 400 hurdles in 1:09.08.
The O-M boys and girls track teams have no first place finishers in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference finals, May 22-23, but did have good showings and some personal bests.
Terry had a personal best in the 800 with a time of 2:34.05, and in the long jump. Allison Stamp had a personal best in the high jump, set at 4’8”. Alyssa Bleiler had two personal bests: in the 400 hurdles and the 3000m run. Kelsey Connolly also had a personal best in the 200m.
Markley had a personal best time of 4:48.8 in the 1600, as did Phil Smith with a 5:02. Trevor Carey threw the shot 35’11” for a personal best.  Richards finished the 400 in 1:07.42 for 18 place. The team of Markley, John Blaha, Smith and Brian Stamp took sixth in the 4x800 relay.
The boys and girls track teams competed in the Groton Invitational Saturday, May 16, in Dryden.  Eccleston finished third in the 400 hurdles.  Bryington took second in the 100 hurdles in 18.3 seconds and second in the 400 hurdles in 1:12.5. Richards finished third in the 400 in 1:06.83, a personal best time. The team of Kelsey Connolly, Carly Benjamin, Amanda Williams and Nisha Jacobs had a personal best time in the 4x100 relay of 1:01.7. Mercedes Jerzak had a throw of 25’3”, a personal best in the shot put. Trissy Mace threw the discus a personal best 61’.

The O-M baseball team lost to Arkport, May 16, 16-5. O-M had a five-run first inning. Arkport scored twice in the first inning, five times in the fourth inning, three times in the fifth inning and six times in the sixth. O-M allowed three earned runs and committed seven errors.
Stephen Taylor and Brandon Keagle each went 2-for-4. Jordan Eaves went 1-for-2 with an RBI. Brandon Arnold went 1-for-3 with two RBIs. The O-M baseball team has a record of 4-12.
The baseball team lost to Union Springs, May 16, 15-1. O-M’s only hit was an RBI double from Keagle in the fifth inning.
O-M lost to Groton, May 13, 9-2. Brandon Arnold had a solo home run and Stephen Taylor had a single. Those were the only hits for O-M.

The girls softball team lost to Groton, 13-3, May 13. O-M had five errors in the seventh inning. Amanda Potter had a solo home run. Jess Bohart was the starting pitcher, Stephanie Letteer finished the game for O-M.

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