In the 4x800, Neil Gill, Ken Ryan, Anthony Lupia and Paul DeGennaro prevailed in 8:44.38, where Liverpool was third in 9:01.65. That followed Lupia, in 4:34.85, and Gill, in 4:35.41, going 1-2 in the mile, and in the 3,200-meter run Lupia finished second in 10:19.01 and Gill was third, ahead of the Warriors’ tandem of Anthony Ostuni and Adam Zinger.
Liverpool rebounded in the 4x200, where Rondinello, Lawes, Ryan Ronk and Steve Fiorello got the victory in 1:34.66, keeping C-NS second in 1:35.13.
Individually, C-NS’s Frank Volino earned first place in the 55-meter hurdles in 8.10 seconds, with Austen third (8.72) and Liverpool’s Mike Schneider (8.66 seconds) between them in second place. Broughton was second in the 55-meter dash in 6.88 seconds, with Keenan Miller third (6.89 seconds), as Rondinello finished fourth and Fiorello fifth.