Girls indoor track Lakers win OHSL Liberty/Freedom title

Cazenovia went 1-2 in the pole vault, as Gianforte cleared 9 feet to win and Michelle McGinnis topped 7 feet for second place. Grace Eberle was second (26 feet 9 1/4 inches) and Molly Woodworth third (26 feet 7 1/2 inches) in the shot put. Laura Fitch, with a high jump of 4 feet 8 inches, also took third place.

Moving to the boys OHSL Liberty/Patriot meet, Dylan Muller earned a victory in the triple jump, going 37 feet 5 inches, more than two feet clear of the field, as Conner Polsin was third with 34 feet 4 inches. Muller, Forest Blanchard, Matt Donovan and Tom Mackowiak took third in the 4x200 relay in 1:50.73, and Muller also got sixth place in the pole vault.

Polsin, Blanchard, Noah Shephard and John Stoker were second in the 4x400 in 3:53.06. Pat Dermody ran to second place in the mile in 4:39.23, with Sean Maliga sixth, and Dermody helped Shephard, Tyler Dunkle and Nick Getzel get third in the 4x800 in 9:34.68

Greyson Barr and Kyle Katterin each threw 34 feet 1/2 inch in the shot put, taking fourth and fifth, respectively, as Donovan added a sixth in the triple jump. Mackowiak was fourth and Blanchard fifth in the high jump, each clearing 5 feet 4 inches.

Chittenango's boys team posted 59 points in the OHSL Freedom division, good for second place, though well back of Jamesville-DeWitt (182 points) in the top spot.

It included Jason Given edging Phoenix's Tyler Porium, 1:34.50 to 1:34.53, to win the 600, and Given joining Josiah Durfee, John Durfee and Greg Foster to win the 4x400 relay in 3:48.59.

Josh Bennington was the only high jump contestant to clear a height - 5 feet- and won there, adding a sixth in the 300. Foster, Given, John Durfee and Josiah Durfee took second in the 4x800 (9:02.34) The Bears were fifth in the 4x200.

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