Solvay wins Class B-1 track championship

Bearcats hold off Skaneateles; Marcellus takes fifth

Manahan, Fallon, Bell and Justin Garn got together to crush the 4x800 field, its time of 8:15.12 more than 23 seconds ahead of runner-up Holland Patent. Garn added a fourth in the 400 as Nate Waite took fifth in the 200, Rob Coon was fifth in the pole vault and Matt Raymond got fifth in the discus.

In the simultaneous Class B-2 meet, Jordan-Elbridge earned 58 points, good for fourth place in an eight-team field as CBA won with 200 points.

Steve Slonosky worked his way to a second-place time of 10:42.74 in the 3,000 steeplechase and also was third (11:07.61) in the 3,200. Andrew Forward went 19' 1 1/2" for second in the high jump, had a third-place triple jump of 39'3" and was sixth in the high jump.

Jack Gugel, Austin Whittico, Bill DiRezno and Robert Patterson were third in the 4x400 in 3:42.73, with DiRenzo, Patterson, Gugel and Anthony Faiola third in the 4x800 (9:02.75) and the Eagles were fourth in the 4x100.

James Winney threw the discus 114'5", putting him in third place. Tyler Jackson was fourth in the pentathlon, while Eric Gross cleared 9'6" for fifth in the pole vault. Faiola got sixth in the 400 hurdles.

Far away from all this, Westhill/Bishop Ludden, a combined entry, was in the sectional Class A meet at Camden, where it picked up 66.5 points to finish fourth, not that far from Indian River's winning total of 110 points.

Corey Wilkinson again ruled in the throwing events, unleashing a top shot put toss of 50' 11 1/4" and, in a thrilling discus duel, going 142'5" to beat Jamesville-DeWitt's Ryan Peters by one inch. Tre Fesinger was fourth in the shot put (43'10").

Jack Honis continued his win streak when he took the 110 high hurdles in 14.57 seconds, and he added a fourth in the 200 sprint, ahead of Christian St. Amour in fifth, and Honis was sixth in the 400 hurdles.

Tim Sheridan worked his way to third place in the pentathlon, picking up 2,389 points. Peter Lynch got a third-place clocking of 11:15.1 in the 3,000 steeplechase In a pack, Liam Rogers, fourth in the 3,200 (10:52.61), finished ahead of Alec Walsh in fifth and Dan DeMauro in sixth.

St. Amour earned fourth in the 400 sprint (52.59 seconds). Casey Bunce was fifth in the mile as Alex Phelan tied for sixth in the high jump.

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