Granville sports round-up, June 2, 2022

You are currently viewing Granville sports round-up, June 2, 2022
Granville freshman Tim Pratt won the Section II Group 4 title in the 110 meter hurdles last Tuesday at Stillwater High School. (Photo by Stacie Arnhold)

2 Horde runners qualify for states

By Keith Harrington

The Section II Group 4 track and field championships were held last Tuesday at Stillwater High School and a pair of Granville athletes qualified for state competition.

Freshman Tim Pratt qualified by winning the sectional championship in the 110 hurdles. Pratt recorded a time of 17.52, finishing ahead of runner-up Isaiah Culbreth with a 19:39. Pratt also tied for eighth in the high jump and 11th in the long jump.

Amber Gibbs placed second in the 1500 meters with a time of 5:07:54 and sixth in the 3000 meters with a time of 11.39:33 to earn her shot at states.

Also in the girls meet Nicole Arnhold was ninth in the 400-meter hurdles for the Golden Horde. She was also ninth in the long jump. Laura Arnhold finished right behind her sister in 10th.

Nicole Arnhold placed 12th in the triple jump.

Natalie Morin placed seventh in the discus throw.

On the boys side, Quinn Johnson was sixth for Granville in the 3200 meters. Matthew Pietryka was 11th in the 400-meter hurdles.

Quinlan Fitzpatrick finished seventh in the shot put. Nick Powers was eighth. Fitzpatrick was also fifth in the discus throw.

Horde unified team loses to South High

By Keith Harrington

The Granville Unified basketball team was back in action last week, traveling to South Glens Falls on Monday and dropping a close 61-59 contest to the Bulldogs.

The game was tight throughout with South Glens Falls taking the lead in the closing minutes to claim the victory.

“We were so impressed with the players, they all did a great job,” said Granville coach Katie Barber. “The score is a reflection of how good our team does shooting.”

Dean Angove paced the Golden Horde with 20 points. Cody McMorris-Lawless added 10 points including a pair of 3-pointers. Andrew Barnes also had 10 points. Shawn Sparks had nine points, all from behind the arc.

Zander Wilson chipped in six points and Connor Martin four.

Cody Devino again was praised for his work as a partner player.

“He helps the students on the court and makes a lot of things happen,” Barber added.

Granville’s record now stands at 1-2 on the season.