Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — The Molly Dry Track & Field Invitational, featuring Athens, Sayre and Waverly, takes center stage on Friday as all the action on the docket is on the road.
Rain is in the forecast, but it’s not until after 5 p.m., so there’s a chance the diamond action could be rained out, or suspended, but those in attendance at the Molly Dry can expect to get wet.
TRACK & FIELD
Athens, Sayre, Waverly at Molly Dry Invite, 2:30 p.m. (field), 4 p.m. (track): The Waverly boys, led by junior Isaac Chandler and senior Dylan Ward, and the Lady Wolverines, led by juniors Cora Smith, Melina Ortiz, and Sheridan Talada, could vie for team titles at the rugged Molly Dry Invite.
Athens seniors Ariana Gambrell and Rachel Hutchison will likely vie for gold medals in their respective specialties and the Lady Wildcats should also vie for a team title, while sophomore Benny Gambrell and junior Damian Hudson are the Athens’ boys top candidates to medal.
Senior Kayla Kittle, junior Kayla Hughey, and freshman Rozlyn Haney are likely Sayre’s top candidates to medal, along with junior Zach Belles and senior Nate Garrity.
Tioga (1-2 overall, 1-2 Div. 2) at Moravia (0-4, 0-3), 4:30 p.m.: The Tigers are coming off a 4-1 loss to Division 2 rival Edison, while the Blue Devils also lost to a Division 2 rival in Lansing, 18-4.
Waverly (7-1) at Dryden (1-4), 4:30 p.m.: The Lady Wolverines are coming off an 18-0 win over Watkins Glen Wednesday, while the Lady Purple Lions dropped a 19-1 five-inning decision at Newark Valley.
Earlier this season, Waverly senior Wendi Hammond pitched a no-hitter and fanned 15 in a 16-0 win over Dryden.
Tioga (2-2) at Moravia (1-4), 4:30 p.m.: The Lady Tigers are coming off a 5-1 win over S-VE Wednesday.
Waverly at Albany Academies, 2 p.m.
Print Friendly Version