Championship week for Section III's indoor track and field teams began Sunday with the boys sectional meets, held at Hamilton College.
In Class B, Cazenovia had a strong showing as it finished with 70 points, just behind runner-up Clinton (74 points) as Marcellus took the top spot with 105 points.
A victory came for the Lakers in the 4x200 relay, where Matt Donovan, Tom Mackowiak, Jose Wells and Dylan Muller finished in 1:39.98, more than two seconds ahead of Clinton (1:42.36) at the line. On his own, Muller earned a victory in the triple jump, going 39 feet 3 1/2 inches to beat Canastota's Chris Barnhart (38 feet 5 inches), who was second.
The Lakers' Pat Dermody had a strong meet. He was second in the 3,200-meter run in a time of 9:49.80, just behind Marcellus' Jesse Garn (9:47.67), added a sixth in the mile and teamed with Noah Shephard, Nick Genzel and Tyler Dunkle for second place in the 4x800 relay in 9:35.46.
Shephard joined John Stoker, Conner Polsin and Forest Blanchard as they finished second in the 4x400 relay in 3:55.87, not far behind Clinton (3:52.90). Mackowiak was third in the 55-meter dash in 7.10 seconds.
Wells went 17 feet 1/2 inch in the long jump, good for third place as Donovan (16 feet 6 3/4 inches) was fourth. Shephard got fifth in the 600-meter run and Polsin was fifth in the 300-meter dash. Blanchard cleared 5 feet 6 inches for fifth place in the high jump Muller got sixth place in the pole vault. Greyson Barr earned sixth place in the shot put.
Meanwhile, in Class A Oneida also finished third, tying Mexico as both had 62 points and Chittenango (21 points) shared seventh place with East Syracuse-Minoa. Jamesville-Dewitt (120 points) rolled to the title.
Jimmy Moyer excelled for the Indians, winning three times. He cleared 6 feet 4 inches to dominate the high jump, took the the triple jump with a best attempt of 39 feet 11 1/2 inches and also conquered the long jump, going 20 feet 1 1/2 inches. Dale Ortlieb was fifth in the high jump behind Moyer.