continued Marcellus got plenty of points in field events, where Nate Waite won the long jump, beating Salvagno with a leap of 18 feet 10 ¾ inches. Rob Coon finished second in the pole vault, clearing 11 feet 6 inches, while Brian O’Connell topped 5 feet 6 inches for second place in the high jump.
Justin Garn took third in the 600 in 1:29.79, was fourth in the triple jump (38 feet 2 ¼ inches) and added a fifth in the 300. Joe Fallon ran to fourth in the 1,000-meter run (2:42.77) and fifth in the mile in 4:54.18, with John Bell fifth in the 1,000. J-E’s Steve Slonosky ran to third in the 3,200-meter event in 10:25.28.
Up in the CNY Counties League National division, West Genesee worked its way to 69 points, tying Baldwinsville for third place, but well off Cicero-North Syracuse, who won with 194 points.
Martin Leff won the 3,200-meter run, his time of 9:49.62 the only one in the field under the 10-minute mark as he beat C-NS’s Anthony Lupia by nearly half a minute. Leff also got third place in the mile in 4:35.55.
Peter Richardson sped to second in the 600 in 1:30.30, and also was fifth (9.40 seconds) in the 55 hurdles. Mark Reilly added a fifth (2:48.50) in the 1,000 as he, along with Jack Erhard, Ethan Osborne and Nate Conroy, were second (8:47.45) to C-NS (8:44.38) in the 4x800.
Luke Potash needed 36.99 seconds to finish a close second to Liverpool star Zavon Watkins (36.91) in the 300, as he, Erhard, Osborne and Wes Randall were fourth in the 4x400 in 3:44.85, with Randall, Potash, Richardson and Nico Rinaldo fourth (1:42.01) in the 4x200.
In field events, the Wildcats’ Peter James cleared 10 feet 6 inches to finish third in the pole vault. Mike Lannon had a fourth-place long jump of 17 feet 4 ¾ inches. Dylan Ulm was fifth in the shot put, tossing it 38 feet 9 inches, while Nick Garty was sixth in the triple jump.