Liverpool will send quartet to state cross country meet

McNamara, Mahoney, Petrella, Muldoon advance from sectional meet

— On the girls side, Liverpool’s Emily Butler had a 16th-place time of 20:49.5. Juliana Basla was 21st, in 21:09.7, with Mackenzie White 23rd in 21:21.4. Morgan Chewning-Kulick was 31st (21:40.8), followed by Jessica Turner (22:02.9), Audrey Husenitza (22:17.2), Rebecca Murray (22:43.9) and Jillian Stagnitta (22:47.1) close behind.

Cicero-North Syracuse did not advance a single runner to the state meet, though Nicole Watterud got close on the girls side. Her time of 20:30 flat was sixth among the non-F-M group, leaving her as the first alternate.

As a team, the Northstars were fourth, with 103 points. Jacqlynn Halstead, in 20:51.3, earned 18th place, five spots behind Watterud, while Jillian Norris was 24th in 21:22.7. Amanda Shuman was 26th (21:24.1), with Taylor Parry 30th (21:39.6) and Madison Kolakowski (21:43.2) in 33rd place.

The C-NS boys finished fifth out of 11 Class A sides, with 176 points, led in its efforts by Anthony Lupia, who had a 25th-place time of 17:49.6.

Matt Crough earned 32nd place, in 17:59.5, while Colin Greenseich finished 40th in 18:17.1. Chris Hannan (18:32.4), Paul DeGennaro (18:38.5) and Andrew Bearkland (18:43.9) were all in the top 50, ahead of Nick Erwin (18:51.9), Jared George (18:56.4) and Kevin Cialfi (19:04.8).

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