FREDONIA- The Jamestown indoor track team continued its good season as it competed in a divisional meet at Fredonia State College on Saturday afternoon.
For the girls, Olivia Zabrodsky took second place in both the 1,000- (3:18.9) and 1,500-meter (5:11.6) runs, earning sectional qualifying times in each.
Teammate Rebecca Bogdan took fifth place in the 1,000.
Kimberly Lindquist (1:53.3) and Alexandra Perkins (2:00.4) took second and fifth place in the 600-meter dash.
All four girls joined together to take third in the 3,200 relay in a time of 11:08.1.
Despite getting pushed by another runner, Sarah Garvin managed to take second in the 300 . Cienna Simon took fourth in the 55(7.78) while Simon and Garvin teamed up with Summer Haight and Mikayla Capestrani to win the 800 relay in a time of 1:55.8.
Capestrani also went on to take second in both the pole vault (9-feet-0) and the long jump (15-7). Anna Torres took sixth in the long jump (14-8) and teammate Brielle Edborg took second place in the high jump (4-).
Steven Nowell started the boys meet by taking third place in the 55-meter hurdles in 9.35. Jordan Johnson battled his way to a fourth and a personal best in the 1,000 (2:53.7).
The 1,600 relay team of Nowell, Johnson, Nick Lombardo, and Michael Watson took second with a time of 3:56.4.
Mitchell Moore, after being disqualified in the hurdles, redeemed himself by qualifying for sectionals with a 38.5 in the 300.
Da'quan Hollingsworth took fourth in the 55 with a sectional qualifying time of 6.95 while Awsten Beaver took first in the pole vault with a leap of 11-6.
The 800 relay team of Hollingsworth, Beaver, Henry Tapia and Kevin Tapia took second to defending Section 6 champion Iroquois in a time of 1:42.4.
Other noteworthy performances included the boys 3,200 relay team of Zachery Barnes, Jonathan Healy, Ryan Salemme and Michael Johnson, which took fifth with a time of 9:47.5.