Girls indoor track Lakers sweep Partner Relays

Biviano set school records in 55 hurdles, long jump; boys improve

Twice in the first week of 2011, the Cazenovia girls indoor track and field team went to Colgate University’s Sanford Field House to vie for top honors in the Mohawk Valley Indoor Track Association Partner Relays, and won easily on both occasions.

In the first of them last Tuesday night, the Lakers again finished on top, picking up 138 points to leave Rome Free Academy (94 points) and the rest of the 10-team field behind.

Ashley Winn would run the 55-meter dash in 7.50 seconds, the 200-meter dash in 26.41 seconds, the 300-meter dash in 42.74 seconds and the 400-meter dash in 1:02.18, winning all those contests.

Team-wise, Winn went 1-2 with Grace Milmoe (1:10.15) in the 400 as she also combined with Emily Willard in the 300 (1:30.50) and Liz Pittman for another victory in the 55 sprint in 15.77 seconds. Winn and Ashley Kent were first in the 200 in 56.61 seconds.

Paige Biviano went 16 feet 10 ½ inches in the long jump and improved to 9.12 seconds in the 55 hurdles, taking first in both of those team events with Kent as she added a second with Willard in the high jump, clearing 9 feet 6 inches between them.

Jeannette Cudney won the 800-meter run in 2:36.58, teaming with Rae Tobey (third, 2:43.92) for team honors. It was much the same in the 3,000-meter run, where Cudney got first place in 11:13.09 and Tobey took third (11:56.36) to produce another 10 points.

Caroline Marshall took the 600-meter run in 1:45.16, earning a team title with Megan Stanford in a combined 3:35.27. Molly Woodworth and Sarah Haley got second (52 feet 6 ½ inches) in the shot put and fourth in the weight throw.

Maria vanNeiuwland and Madison Gabor ran to third in the 500-meter event in 3:19.43. Emma Wolsey and Evelyn Wells gained third in the 1,500-meter run (11:59.34) as Pittman and Hannah Light-Olson rose to third in the triple jump with total leaps of 56 feet 4 inches.

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