Elsewhere, Rae Tobey was fourth in the 1,000-meter run in 3:34.66, with Emma Wolsey (3:43.01) in sixth place, and Woodworth landed in fifth place in the weight throw as VanNieuwland tied for fifth in the pole vault.
On the boys side at the DiMao meet, Cazenovia, with 43.5 points, eased into fifth place in an 11-team field as RFA won with 98 points.
Again, the Lakers excelled in relay events, the quartet of Dylan Muller, Matt Donovan, Doyle Judge and Anthony Randino going 1:41.61 to beat Clinton (1:42.34) in the 4x200. David Ayer, Billy Bigsby, Nick Tedesco and Teddy Tormey were fourth (4:08.27) in the 4x400.
On his own, Bigsby nearly won the mile, his time of 4:59.02 second to Clinton's Adam Bankert (4:44.12), and he added a sixth in the 1,000. Donovan and Ayer were fifth and sixth, respectively, in the 300 sprint.
Muller, clearing 11 feet 4 inches, rose to second in the pole vault and was sixth in the triple jump as Judge (5 feet 6 inches) tied for fifth in the high jump.
Cameron Braathen was third in the shot put, heaving it 38 feet 1/2 inch, and he was seventh in the weight throw. Randino got to fifth in the long jump with 17 feet 10 inches.
Weather permitting, the Lakers would go to Colgate twice in the first week of 2012 for Mohawk Valley Indoor Track Association Partner Relays - one on Tuesday, the other on Friday - before the Jan. 10 MVITA championships.