continued McEntee and Macheda were third (16.52 seconds) in the 55-meter dash as Quattrone, Hannah Light-Olson, Keeley Race and Delaney Yates were third (4:55.20) in the 1,600 sprint medley relay, where Chittenango (5:14.59) finished fifth.
Moving to the boys MVITA meet, Chittenango did better, the Bears picking up 38 points for fourth place, with Cazenovia in third place as it got 49 points. Each of them was far behind Clinton’s winning total of 99 points.
The Lakers were victorious in the 4x200 relay, where Alex Devine, Casey Fenton, Will Fellows and Ryan O’Herien posted 1:41.22, well clear of second-place New Hartford (1:45.04) and the field.
Devine and Kevin Porter also were second in the 55-meter dash in 14.66 seconds, half a second behind West Canada (14.16 seconds). Fellows, O’Herien, Devine and Sean Satchwell got third place in the sprint medley in 4:03.43, just ahead of Chittenango (4:14.88) in fourth place.
The Bears won the mile relay, where Mike Capeling, Isaac Czarnecki, Ben Seale and Will Blanding combined for times of 21:13.40, with Clinton (21:27.29) far back in second place. Capeling, Blanding, Czarnecki and Kenny Galbraith, got to third place in the 4x800 in 9:23.09.
Martin Boyd won the individual high jump for the Bears, clearing 5’4”, and by himself he got third in the team standings, where Cazenovia was fourth thanks to Teo Lang’s 5-foot jump. Dan Mosak and Dylan Hall gave Chittenango a third-place finish in the shot put, with throws of 66’10 ½” as Cazenovia’s Sawyer Hunt and Will Kmetz (63’2 ¼”) were fourth.
O’Herien got second in the weight throw with 32’7 ½”, combining with Hunt for third (57’7 ¾”) on the team side as Chittenango (52’5 ¼”) gained fifth place. Lang, teamed with Casey Fenton, went 71’10” in the triple jump, second to Clinton (74’ ½”), with Lang and Kevin Porter fourth (32’3”) in the long jump. The Bears were sixth in both events.