January 21 local sports results
Alfred-Almond 55/Bath Haverling 47
BATH | Nick VanStaklberg’s quadruple-win effort Saturday pushed Alfred-Almond to wins over Bath Haverling (55-47) and Canisteo-Greenwood in a nonleague swim meet.
Bath defeated Canisteo-Greenwood 70-30 to finish the regular season at 13-3, marking the 46th straight time the Rams have posted a winning regular season in swimming.
Mike Conley led the way for Bath with wins in the 200 individual medley (2:21.20) and 100 backstroke (59.82). The Rams also got a first-place finish from Peter Skelly in diving (218.85).
VanStacklberg finished first in the 200 freestyle (1:53.81) and 500 freestyle (4:56.89), while also helping the Eagles land wins in the 200 free relay and 400 free relay.
Bath (13-3) will host the LCAA diving championships Thursday.
PALMYRA | Campbell-Savona finished 18th in Saturday’s tournament, which included some of the top teams in the state.
Midlakes finish first overall, followed by host Palmyra-Macedon.
The Panthers got three fourth-place finishes, including Geoff Hargrave at 108 pounds, Devon Paul at 140 pounds and Cody Kuenzli in the 197-pound class.
Campbell-Savona will take a week off before the Jan. 28 Salamanca Tournament.
Indoor Track/Section IV Meet
Rochester | The Bath Haverling indoor track team set numerous records Saturday at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
The boys 1600 relay team of Jimmy Tunison, Darrin Warriner, Justin Conklin and Cody Marvin broke the school record by seven seconds with a winning and record-setting time of 3:37.
Marvin also set the school mark in the 600 meters with a time of 1:27.53, good enough for second at the meet.
Conklin tied the school record in the high jump after clearing 5-feet, 10-inches for second place.
Bath’s Brendan Murray was sixth in the 1600 meters (4:48) and Tucker Draper placed ninth in the 3200 meters with a personal-best time of 10:44.
The Bath girls 1600 relay team of Ashley Russell, Ireland Armstrong, Lauren Cook and Laura Schramm placed third in 4:34, a new school record.
Cook’s fifth-place time of 5:10 in the 1500 meters went down as a school record, as did Ashley Russell, who broke her own mark with a time of 7.99 seconds in the 55 meters.
Armstrong tied for first and tied the school record in the pole vault, clearing 9-feet, 6-inches.