continued On Friday, Winn would be a featured performer at the Chittenango Invitational and sweep both sprints as the Lakers earned 33 points, seventh in a 24-team field, but best among schools Class B or smaller.
In the 100, Winn posted a time of 12.53 seconds, topping Nottingham’s Ke’arra Allen (12.79 seconds) and more than 40 other sprinters. Then, in the 200, Winn tore to a time of 25.83 seconds, more than a full second-better than the runner-up, Jamesville-DeWitt’s Ally Fox (26.87).
Pittman, by clearing 8 feet, rose to third place in the pole vault after taking ninth in the triple jump. Lizzy Bigsby had a strong showing in the pentathlon, taking fifth place with 2,146 points.
Cudney was fifth in the 3,000 (11:13.41) and 10th in the 800, teaming with Milmoe, Gabor and Colleen Stalder for fifth place in the 4x800 in 10:45.17. The Lakers were ninth in the 4x400. Stanford gained sixth place in the 400 hurdles in 1:14.42.
Though the boys Lakers didn’t gain any points in the Chittenango meet, Braathen threw the shot put 43’7” to finish seventh. Nichols was 10th in the high jump, clearing 5’4”.