FREDONIA - The James-town indoor track teams competed in a divisional meet at Steele Hall on Saturday.
The 55-meter hurdles event was very good to Jamestown with Mitchell Moore, Nick Lombardo and Steven Nowell all running sectional-qualifying times and taking second, third and fifth place, respectively.
Nowell continued his good day by taking first in the high jump (5-foot-8) and fifth place in the long jump, in which teammate Michael Watson took third.
In a race that saw many lead changes, Michael Capestrani stormed from third place to first in the final lap to win the 1,000 with a personal best, sectional qualifying time of 2:46.4.
Da'Qaun Hollingsworth continued his success with a personal-best time of 6.77, which was good for second in the 55-meter dash. Teammate Henry Tapia took sixth place in 7.09.
The 300 competition was tight, but Mitchell Moore took second while teammates Justin Capuano and Michael Watson were fourth and sixth
Joe Mistretta took third place in the shot put with a toss of 40-4.
Awsten Beaver took first place in the pole vault with height of 12 feet.
Jarell Greene and Tristan Jenkins took third and fifth in the triple jump while Michael Johnson took fourth in the 3,200-meter run.
Jamestown had a dominant showing in the relays. The 3,200 turned into a battle between the Red Raiders and Sweet Home with the team of Capestrani, Jordan Johnson, Jonathan Healy and Christian Edborg taking first in 9:11.5
Hollingsworth, Capuano Watson and Capestrani went on to take second to Iroquois in the 1600 relay, but Jamestown got its revenge as Kevin and Tapia joined up with Beaver and Derek Washington to win out over them in the 800 relay (1:42.4).
For the girls, Summer Haight had a personal-best 55 hurdle time of 9.28, which was good for third.
In the 55, Jamestown took three of the top six places with Kylie Wilson taking first in 7.52, Aliz Scott fourth in 8.02 and seventh-grader Orianne Simon sixth in 8.12.
Wilson also won the 300 in 42.7, running a personal best by more than a second.
Wilson then joined teammates Sarah Garvin, Stephanie Benson and Alexandra Perkins to finish first in the 1,600 relay over Iroquois.
The Lady Red Raiders added two more relay second places as Rachel Johnson, Jenna Silzle, Jessica Haase and Miranda Horton were runner-up to Sweet Home in the 3200 relay and Orianne Simon, Anna Torres, Haley Ford and Haight were also edged out by the Lady Panthers in the 800 relay.
Torres took second in the triple jump and third in the long jump while Brielle Edborg won the high jump.
Other noteable performances by the Lady Raiders included Patricia Keller's fourth in the shot put and Molly Morse's fifth place in the pole vault.