Sister, Sister

Cattaraugus-Little Valley’s Bailey Gostomski leads the pack during the 3,000-meter race, which she won by 10 seconds over the second-place finisher, Friday at the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Track & Field Championships at Southwestern’s Fran Sirianni Athletic Complex. P-J photo by Tim Frank

Cattaraugus-Little Valley’s senior Gostomski sisters left their mark on the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Track & Field Championships on Friday evening at Southwestern’s Fran Sirianni Athletic Complex.

Abby Gostomski won the 800 meters in 2:17.58 while Bailey Gostomski won the 3,000 meters in 10:45.14, more than 10 seconds faster than the second-place finisher.

Falconer/Cassadaga Valley junior Rachael Ward won the pole vault, reaching 11 meters in fewer attempts than Salamanca junior Mushirah Sheppard.

Ward’s Golden Cougars sophomore teammate Samantha Gilbert won the triple jump with a distance of 34 feet, 3 inches, more than a foot longer than Bailey Gostomski in second place.

Franklinville/Ellicottville/West Valley senior Rena Riley won the shot put with a toss of 35 feet, 3.75 inches.

Cattaraugus-Little Valley’s Abby Gostomski beats the competition to the finish line during the 800 meters on the first day of action.

On the boys side, Maple Grove senior Michael Peppy won the 800 meters in 2:00.69 while Southwestern sophomore Dagon Bryant won the 3,200 meters in 10:15.40.

Clymer/Sherman/Panama sophomore Cameron Barmore won the high jump at a height of 6 feet.

Olean senior Nick Decerbo won the long jump at 20 feet and a half-inch while Allegany-Limestone senior Michael Nye beat junior teammate Patrick Walsh in the discus. Nye’s heave of 131 feet beat Walsh by more than 2 feet.

Action resumes today at 11 a.m.

Girls 800m: Abby Gostomski (C-LV), Kylee Odell (C/S/P), Ava Crist (MG), Mackenzie Haskins (F/CV), Hannah Sullivan (So), Sofia Fortuna (A-L), Ashlyn Collins (O), Bethany Miller (Po). T–2:17.58

Clymer/Sherman/Panama’s Cameron Barmore competes in the high jump during the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Track & Field Championships on Friday at Southwestern’s Fran Sirianni Athletic Complex. P-J photo by Tim Frank

Girls 3,000m: Bailey Gostomski (C-LV), Christina Peppy (MG), Ellie Decker (SC/F), Hannah Sullivan (So), Abby Brunenavs (MG), Hannah Lillie (So), Lindsey Clawson (A-L), Anna Sena (CL). T–10:45.14

Girls pole vault: Rachael Ward (F/CV), Mushirah Sheppard (Sa), Cassidy Allen (So), Hayly Fredrickson (F/E/WV), Jessica Ritchie (C-LV), Sarah Disbro (F/CV), Claire Johnson (Frew), Rosie Hagel (So). H–11-0

Girls triple jump: Samantha Gilbert (F/CV), Bailey Gostomski (C-LV), Bryar Childs (Po), Hannah Murdock (C/S/P), Sabrina Skinner (F/E/WV), Grace DeCapua (A-L), Marisa Schuppenhauer (MG), Kira Erickson (CL). D–34-3

Girls shot put: Rena Riley (F/E/WV), Emily Rybicki (So), Abby Manelick (So), Alyssa Steen (MG), Maria Jacobi (Frew), Teri Poortenga (O), Lauren Kluck (Fred), Zoey Green (F/E/WV). D–35-3.75

Boys 800m: Michael Peppy (MG), Eddie Scroxton (So), Diego Rey (Fred), John Swabik (C/S/P), Andrew Young (F/CV), Ronan McDonald (R), Derrick Dean (Po), Frank Colburn (MG). T–2:00.69

Southwestern’s Dagon Bryant runs to victory in the 3,200 meters. P-J photo by Tim Frank

Boys 3,200m: Dagon Bryant (So), Sam Chmielewski (G), Anthony Ruiz (D), Joshua Johnson (Fred), Pete Auer (MG), Sam Filbert (A-L), Drew Braden (C-LV), Hunter Wassink (C/S/P). T–10:15.4

Boys high jump: Cameron Barmore (C/S/P), Michael Wolfgang (A-L), Truman Purslow (MG), George Kivari (O), Carson Crist (MG), Tyler Olson (F/CV), Tristen Gillette (Sa), Kohl Ambuske (Sa). H–6-0

Boys long jump: Nick Decerbo (O), Devin Eddy (D), Issiah Velez (D), Alex Card (So), Derek Miller (So), Caleb Foley (MG), Alan Wildfire (A-L), Tyler Hedlund (Sa). D–20-0.5

Boys discus: Michael Nye (A-L), Patrick Walsh (A-L), Nick Fabrizio (MG), Cooper Pannes (So), Andrew Musacchio (G), Brice Lowe (So), Damian Southard (F/CV), Chris Quinn (So). D–131-0

Maple Grove’s Michael Peppy leads the pack to the finish line in the 800 meters. P-J photo by Tim Frank

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