SYRACUSE Each of the area’s boys indoor track and field teams would rack up points and victories during Wednesday’s CNY Counties League and Onondaga High School League championships at SRC Arena.
No one got closer to a title than Westhill/Bishop Ludden, whose 64 points left them second to Tully (74 points) in the OHSL Liberty/Patriot division. Solvay was fifth, with 57 points, as Marcellus tied for sixth with 48 points.
Westhill/Ludden’s Jack Honis posted the night’s fastest time in the 55-meter hurdles, winning in 7.76 seconds, and Corey Wilkinson beat everyone else in the shot put, too, by tossing it 46 feet 5 ¾ inches as teammate Tre Feisner (42 feet 6 ½ inches) was third.
As if that wasn’t enough, Honis teamed with Christian St. Amour, Owen Nicola and Mike Herholtz as Westhill/Ludden won the 4x400 relay in 3:41.09. Solvay was sixth in 3:58.72.
On his own, Herholtz got third place (10 feet) in the pole vault, while Mike Crisalli was fourth in the long jump and St. Amour was fourth in the 300-meter dash. Crisalli, Herholtz, Wilkinson and Nicola were third in the 4x200 relay in 1:42.80, where Solvay was fourth (1:43.02) and Marcellus sixth.
Solvay’s John Salvagno won the triple jump, going 39 feet 8 ¼ inches. He also took second (8.32 seconds) to Honis in the 55 hurdles, with Josh Marotti fifth and the Mustangs’ Adam Stottlar sixth, and added a second in the long jump with 18 feet 2 inches.
Also for the Bearcats, Nick Cometti rose to third in the 300-meter dash in 38.61 seconds. Luke Randall was fourth (41 feet 9 ½ inches) in the shot put as Marotti got fifth in the pole vault. Eric Goodrich got fourth-place (1:29.89) in the 600-meter run, with Matt Battaglia sixth in the 1,000-meter run.
Battaglia, Goodrich, Isaiah Lee and Mike Nicolini went to fourth place in the 4x800 relay in 9:22.93, edging Jordan-Elbridge in fifth (9:31.12) and Westhill/Ludden in sixth place.