The regular-season Niagara-Orleans League track champion Barker boys squad had a trio of winners at the annual league track meet which finished its second full day Thursday.
The boys 800 and the steeplechase events will be run next week to complete the meet.
Barker's Tyler Scheving won the 400 in :49.68, Jed Platt placed first in the 400 intermediate hurdles in :57.46 and Jake Haight was tops in the high jump (6-feet, 2-inches).
Roy-Hart's Stephen Soemann won the pentathlon.
The Albion boys squad got wins from Joe Bedard (47-2) in the shot put and Justyn Haines (12-0) in the pole vault.
Akron's Jeremy Rushok was a double winner in the 1,600 (4:35) and 3,200 (9:48.92), while Newfane's Nick Berning took both the long jump (20-10 1/2) and triple jump (40-11 1/4).
Medina got a double win from Jerrick Perez in both the 100 (:11.54) and 200 (:23.40) sprints.
In the girls competition, Barker's Eliza Dewart took the 400 (1:00.68), while Newfane got wins from Kelly Bochnewetch in the 3,000 (11:06.79), Sophie Connor in the high jump (4-10) and Nicole Lips in the pole vault (9-6).
Wilson's Angela Goodman won the long jump (15-3).
Medina eighth grader Holly Heil earned four patches as she won both the 800 (2:25.54) and 1,500 (5:02.14) and was also a member of the Mustangs winning 1,600 and 3,200 relay teams.
Albion's Abby Squiccarini successfully defended her N-O titles in both the 100 (:12.83) and 200 (:26.23), while teammate Eboni Taylor doubled in the 100 high hurdles (:16.65) and triple jump (33-1 3/4).
• NFL BASEBALL
Lockport 18, Grand Island 8
GRAND ISLAND — Head coach Steve Styrzo’s Lions shifted into overdrive starting in the second inning to pave Grand Island and clinch the NFL’s place position. Down 3-1 after one, the Lions capitalized on a couple of misplays around hits by Danny Bronson and Alex Weaver for three runs in the second.
Three more scored in the third, keyed by Will Diebel’s double.
Then came the fourth. Lockport batted for nearly half an hour, scoring eight runs off three Viking pitchers. Rob Arlington doubled twice in the inning and Bronson stroked a two-run single.
Then ninth-hitting Kyle Covell made it a career day in the fifth with his third hit, a towering two-run homer to left. Brad Wroblewski earned the mound victory, striking out seven, walking none. Sophomore Noah VanDenBosch got the save, helped out by a seventh-inning double play, as shortstop Tyler Fraass threw out a batter from deep in the holea and first baseman Alex Weaver gunned it back to Charlie Sobieraski at third for the tagout.
Rightfielder Diebel had back-to-back highlight reelers, sliding catches to end the fourth and start the fifth.
Only Nick DiMartile missed out on the Lion hit parade, and he walked twice and left early for a pinch-hitter. Covell drove in four runs and Bronson three.
Arlington, Covell and Bronson had three hits each, Colin Dougherty and Weaver two. Diebel had just one, but reached base four times and scored three.
Dylan Kelly, Kevin Dobson, Jon Voyzey and A.J. Jasek had two hits each for the Vikings.
• N-O BASEBALL
Albion 9, Newfane 4
NEWFANE — Jack Nenni had three hits, Jon Warne a pair of triples and Chris Reed a solo home run to highlight visiting Albion's victory.
A lead-off triple by Warne ignited a three-run fourth inning, which also included a single by Ryan Golden and RBI singles by Nenni and Elliott Foos.
The Purple Eagles quickly tacked on four big runs in the fifth inning as Warne had an RBI triple and Matt Quider and Nenni run-producing singles.
Roy-Hart 5, Akron 3
MIDDLEPORT — Andy Xapsos banged out a two-out, bases-loaded double in the fifth inning to lead the Rams (11-3 N-O) past the Tigers (7-7 N-O).
Aaron Brigham had three hits, including a double, for the winners, while winning pitcher Zach Yates had 10 strikeouts .
Medina 9, Barker 5
BARKER —Trailing 7-6, Medina rallied for three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to take the lead or good and finish the N-O season at 6-8.
A leadoff double by Stephen Rogenmoser, his third extra base hit of the game, ignited Medina's decisive rally.
Winning pitcher Jake Miller followed up with a single driving in the tying run. Zach Housema then doubled in what proved to be the winning run and a wild pitch, which followed a single by Zach Newton, plated an insurance run.
Barker, which finishes the N-O season at 3-11, scored twice in the second on hits by Austin Blackley, Tyler Gregorie and Josh Bergman, three times in the fourth on hits by Tyler and Tanner Gregorie and Jake Dasmarais and two in the fifth on a walk, two errors and a hit batsman.
Wilson 6, CSAT 4 (9)
BUFFALO — Cam Sidote had a pair of doubles, a triple and an RBI and Tyler Starssburg was 2-for-3 with two RBIs as the Lakemen (8-6 N-O) earned the nine-inning win in their regular-season finale.
Winning pitcher Brad Schlosser faced the minimum and struck out seven batters over the game's final 5 1/3 innings
• ECIC BASEBALL
Starpoint 12, Sweet Home 11
PENDLETON — The Spartans (9-10 ECIC II) chipped away at an early 8-0 deficit and used a three-run seventh inning to earn their third come-from-behind victory in four games, concluding ECIC II play.
Down to their final out while trailing 11-9 in the bottom of the seventh, Starpoint tied the game on Alex O'Donnell's RBI double. Matt Miller then scored the game winner on a passed ball.
Winning pitcher Austin Speaker led the Spartans, going 3-for-5 with three runs scored and a pair of RBIs.
O'Donnell finished 2-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBIs and Shiloh Allan also came across for a run.
• ECIC SOFTBALL
Starpoint 5, Sweet Home 2
PENDLETON — Head coach Joe Hill's Lady Spartans closed out their 2012 campaign with their fourth straight win on Thursday.
Freshman Allison Block was the complete-game winner in the circle with eight strikeouts, allowing just a single earned run.
Senior Steph Duermeyer went 2-for-2 at the plate with a double and two runs scored, while sophomore Ashley Owens was 2-for-4 with two RBIs.
Starpoint (8-11) will open the sectional playoffs today with a game today at Kenmore East.