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Local teams take part in Hannibal Sports Boosters Invitational

Hannibal’s Erick Febus leads the pack in the 400 meter run during the Hannibal Sports Boosters Invitational April 27. Febus set a track record with a time of :51.60.
Hannibal’s Erick Febus leads the pack in the 400 meter run during the Hannibal Sports Boosters Invitational April 27. Febus set a track record with a time of :51.60.

by Rob Tetro

Varsity track teams from Hannibal, Phoenix, Fulton and Oswego took part in the Hannibal Sports Boosters Invitational April 27.

Of the 16 events the boys teams took part in during the meet,  Hannibal came away with six first-place finishes. Phoenix earned three first-place finishes while Fulton and Oswego had one first-place finish.

Girls teams took part in 17 events during the meet. Hannibal and Fulton both came away with six first-place finishes. Oswego earned one first-place finish.

In boys competition, Hannibal’s Erick Febus, Ben Slate, Zane Pointon and Ryan Perry won first place in the 3,200-meter relay with a time of 8:57.10. The Warriors also took first place in the 110 high hurdles event. Jordan Skipworth earned the top spot with a time of 16.00 seconds.

Erick Febus gave Hannibal another first place finish in the 400-meter run event with a time of 51.60 seconds.

In the 3,200-meter run, the Warriors’ Ryan Perry won first place with a time of 9:46.00. Brett Dumas took first place in the discus to give Hannibal another first place finish. Dumas earned the top spot following a throw of 103’2”.

Jordan Skipworth earned the Warriors another first place finish in the high jump with a distance of 6’0”.

Hannibal’s Ryan Perry ties a school record and sets a track record in the 3200 meter run in a time of 9:48.0. Varsity track teams from Hannibal, Phoenix, Fulton and Oswego took part in the Hannibal Sports Boosters Invitational.
Hannibal’s Ryan Perry ties a school record and sets a track record in the 3200 meter run in a time of 9:48.0. Varsity track teams from Hannibal, Phoenix, Fulton and Oswego took part in the Hannibal Sports Boosters Invitational.

The Firebirds came away with three first-place finishes. In the 1,600-meter relay event, Michael Leach, Ryan Pinzer, Eric Hillpot and Justin Rhodes earned the top spot with a time of 3:48.10. Phoenix’s Tyler Sahm won first place in the shot put with a distance of 36’3”.

In the triple jump event, Andy Padula measured a distance of 38’10” to give the Firebirds another first-place finish.

Fulton took the top spot in the 4×100 meter relay. Pat Fink, Brandon Ladd, Nick Reitz and Chance Porter with a time of 53.40.

Oswego’s Ben Harrington took first place in the 400 meter hurdle relay with a time of 59.8.

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The Hannibal boys cross county team won the Section III Class C championship meet that was held at Vernon-Verona Sherrill High School Saturday. The meet consisted of 157 athletes from 19 different schools. In front are Coach Dan Pawlewicz, freshman Jason McFarland, and freshman Blake Farnham. In back are senior captain Ryan Perry, senior Kyle Cooper, junior Ben Slate, senior captain Erick Febus, senior Frank Lackey, junior Zane Pointon, junior Ben Raymond, and freshman John Motell.

Hannibal boys cross county team wins sectional title

The Hannibal boys cross county team won the Section III Class C championship meet that was held at Vernon-Verona Sherrill High School Saturday. The meet consisted of 157 athletes from 19 different schools. In front are Coach Dan Pawlewicz, freshman Jason McFarland, and freshman Blake Farnham. In back are senior captain Ryan Perry, senior Kyle Cooper, junior Ben Slate, senior captain Erick Febus, senior Frank Lackey, junior Zane Pointon, junior Ben Raymond, and freshman John Motell.

by Rob Tetro

The Hannibal boys cross county team won the Section III Class C championship meet that was held at Vernon-Verona Sherrill High School Saturday.

The meet consisted of 157 athletes from 19 different schools. Even though Holland Patent, Tully and Adirondack proved to be as tough as expected, The Warriors, encouraged by a noticeable contingent of hometown support, tallied a team score of 90 to clinch Hannibal’s first sectional championship.

The Warriors were led by senior captain Ryan Perry, who finished first with a time of 17:14.7. Following Perry were Kyle Cooper, who came in 19th place with a time of 18:31.1, and Ben Slate, who earned a 21st place finish with a time of 18:33.5.

Senior Captain Erick Febus came in 23rd place with a time of 18:39.3 while Jason McFarland earned a 26th place finish with a time of 18:42.2. Frank Lackey came in 32nd place with a time of 18:59.1.

Zane Pointon earned a 64th place finish with a time of 20:08.7 and Blake Farnham came in 80th place with a time of 20:32.2. Ben Raymond earned an 86th place finish with a time of 20:38.7 while John Motell came in 96th place with a time of 20:51.9.

Coach Dan Pawlewicz said his team strives to succeed for more than just themselves: they work hard to succeed for their classmates and neighbors in the community as well.

A notable contingent of the students and other members of the community return the favor by accompanying them to events as they did for the sectional meet. Pawlewicz expressed appreciation and gratuity to Hannibal’s student body and other hometown supporters for all that they do.

Hannibal will participate in the Class C state championship meet this Saturday at Elma Meadows Golf Course, which is located outside of Buffalo.

Hannibal, Phoenix cross country take part in championship meet

by Rob Tetro

Both the Hannibal and Phoenix boys varsity cross country teams took part in the OHSL League Championship Meet Oct. 24.

In a meet that featured 141 runners from 10 different schools, Phoenix came away with a 10th place finish while Hannibal finished in second place.

Phoenix was led by Justin Rhodes, who finished in 45th place with a time of 19:04.4. Following Rhodes was Eric Hillpot, who earned a 58th place finish with a time of 19:22.9. Dylan Switzer finished in 63rd place with a time of 19:30.7 and Brian Stafford earned a 73rd place finish with a time of 20:08.2.

Michael Leach finished in 76th place with a time of 20:17.9. Brandon Halstead earned a 82nd place finish with a time of 20:23.7. Paul Boone finished in 84th place with a time of 20.35.2. Zach Manzer earned an 100th place finish with a time of 20:57.9.

Brendan Nichols finished in 104th place with a time of 21:18.01. Chris Fisk earned a 105th place finish with a time of 21:33.07. Jason Nipper finished in 107th place with a time of 21:35.5. Anthony Brienza earned an 109th place finish with a time of 21:43.3. Josh Dievendorf finished in 114th place with a time of 21:56.5.

Jacob Simpson earned a 125th place finish with a time of 23:01.2. Austin Wilson finished in 131st place with a time of 24:05.9. Tyler Gabrielle earned an 139th place finish with a time of 28.24.4. While Josh Stopher finished in 141st place with a time of 28.41.3.

The Warriors were led by Ryan Perry, who finished in second place with a time of 16:44.3. Ben Slate earned a 12th place finish with a time of 17:41.7 and Kyle Cooper finished in 16th place with a time of 17:48.

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Hannibal cross country teams took part in the 61st annual Baldwnsville Invitational recently. The boys varsity team earned another first-place finish. The girls varsity team finished in eighth place while Hannibal’s boys junior varsity team earned a second-place finish.

Hannibal cross country finishes first in Baldwinsville Invitational

Hannibal cross country teams took part in the 61st annual Baldwnsville Invitational recently. The boys varsity team earned another first-place finish. The girls varsity team finished in eighth place while Hannibal’s boys junior varsity team earned a second-place finish.

by Rob Tetro

Hannibal cross country coach Dan Pawlewicz has his teams off to another tremendous start. Last Saturday, all of his teams took part in the 61st annual Baldwnsville Invitational.

The boys varsity team earned another first-place finish. The girls varsity team finished in eighth place while Hannibal’s boys junior varsity team earned a second-place finish.

Pawlewicz’s junior varsity team was led by Jordan Skipworth, who had a time of 18:29.

The girls varsity team was led by McKenzie Mattison, who finished with a time of 20:29, which was the 23rd best time overall.

The boys varsity team was led by Ryan Perry, who finished with a time of 16:11, which was the 6th best time overall.

Today, the teams are looking to build upon their recent success as they take part in the 48th annual McQuaid Invitational.