continued Carlie McNamara won the individual discus throw, her heave of 91 feet 4 inches more than three feet better than Jamesville-DeWitt’s Tangela Hightower (88’3”) as McNamara and Erin Knaul were third (148’) among duos.
Over in the high jump, Emily Soeder won the individual event by clearing 4’10” with fewer misses than Liverpool’s Tammy Brodie, with Soeder and Kayleigh Bates tying C-NS for second place among teams with 8’10”, two inches worse than Liverpool (9’) at the wire.Melissa Voyer and Maddie Darstein tied for fifth in the long jump with 28’3”.
Allen returned to help Marissa Lathrop, Mackenzie Ross and Elsie Seifritz as the Bees were second (4:28.89) to Liverpool (4:25.83) in the 1,600 sprint medley. B’ville was also third in the 4x400 relay, where Lathrop, Ross, Emily McComb and Katie Wicks posted 4:24.72 and the Bees added a third-place clocking of 10:35.23 in the 4x800.
Hannah Wood and Ashley Pesano were fifth (38.42 seconds) in the 100 hurdles. Rachael Miller, Emily Thompson, Julia Johnson and Hannah Olds got fifth in the mile relay in a total time of 23:41.70. Danielle Piontowski and Kim Cushman were in the 400 hurdles, taking sixth place in 2:42.46.
B’ville will take on West Genesee Wednesday afternoon – the boys at home, the girls in Camillus – with the girls sides moving on to Friday’s East Syracuse-Minoa Invitational.