Paige Biviano, left, led the Lakers with victories in the 100 meter hurdles (above), long jump, high jump and 4x100 meter relays as Cazenovia overwhelmed ESM 100 to 41. Freshman Ashley Kent, right, was second in the 100-meter hurdles and won the 400-meter hurdles as Cazenovia captured all 11 events on the track.
Sullivan got a victory of her own in the 400 meter dash, running to victory in 1:09.7 with freshman classmate Grace Wheeler picking up third in 1:11.7.
Biviano led the Lakers in the hurdles and field events as she won the 100-meter hurdles in 16.8 and took first in the long jump (16-4.75) and high jump (5-0).
Kent took second in the 100-meter hurdles at 18.4 and won the 400-meter hurdles in 1:18.8 with teammate Colleen Stalder just a half second back for second place (1:19.3).
Pittman scored in three events overall as she backed up Biviano with a third in the long jump in a personal best leap of 15-4.5 and also placed second in pole vault (6-6) in her first competition in the event.
Alaina Kelahan captured third in the vault (6-0) while Lizzy Bigsby took third in high jump (4-4).
Molly Woodworth led the throwers as she won the shot put with a 28-0 effort and took second in the discus (65-3). Bigsby showed her versatility as she backed up Woodworth with a 63-10, third place performance in the discus.
Hannah Light-Olson led Cazenovia in the triple jump with a 28-11 leap to place third.
Cazenovia will compete at the CNS relays on April 13 before opening their OHSL campaign against CBA and Marcellus on April 18.
The Lakers are vying for their third consecutive OHSL Liberty and Section III, Class B titles as they kick off the 2012 campaign.
Kurt Wheeler coaches the Cazenovia girls track and field team. He can be reached at 655-1314 or email@example.com.