continued ESM’s Mike Coogan emerged with a victory in the 600 in 1:25.85, the best time of the night, while Jesse Perrone was fourth. Combined, Ferrone, Coogan, Nick Schug and Jesse Perrone helped ESM win the 4x800 relay in 9:02.62,
Isaac Tupper, who helped J-D to second in the 4x800, gave the Rams a victory in the 1,000 in 2:51.31. Navale Taylor was second (39.34 seconds) in the 300, with Jack Healy third in the 3,200 (10:29.72). With J-D unable to finish in the 4x400, ESM’s quartet of Schug, Jacob Barker, Tom Schneible and Cody Todd were second in 4:00.57. Ferrone took fifth in the 3,200.
J-D’s success in field events included Liebmann clearing 10 feet 6 inches to win the pole vault, while Ryan Peters won the shot put, throwing it 44 feet 11 ¾ inches as Brian Roth (39 feet 6 ½ inches) was third.
Taylor had a second-place triple jump of 37 feet 8 ½ inches, while Jackson was second (18 feet 11 ¼ inches) and Sturgeon third (18 feet 5 ½ inches) in the long jump. Howard was third in the high jump, clearing 5 feet 4 inches.
In the OHSL Liberty/Patriot division meet, a series of victories helped CBA rise to fourth place, with 60 points, not far from Tully’s winning total of 74 points.
Brendan Smith won the mile in 4:37.19 and added a third (2:41.22) in the 1,000, with David Carey fifth in the 3,200. Deshawn Salter earned first place in the 55-meter dash, edging Skaneateles’ Malik Merritt, 6.74 seconds to 6.82.
Kevin Frasier earned a victory in the 300 in 38.23 seconds, and returned in the 4x200 relay to help Salter, Max Luthringer and Nate Formal edge Cazenovia, 1:37.35 to 1:37.89, for another title.
Andre Dowdell had a second-place triple jump of 39 feet 3 ¾ inches, adding a fifth in the long jump. Connor Agnew was fifth in the shot put.