continued C-NS also had the team of Andrea Stout, Rachel Wisely, Frankie Gleason and Marie LeRoy get fifth place in the 4x800 relay (4:37.81) as the Northstars added a sixth in the 4x800 relay in 10:56.91.
The Liverpool and C-NS indoor track teams went to Cornell University’s Barton Hall, site of the state meet in March, for last Saturday’s Southern Tier Invitational.
And the Warriors were victorious in the 4x200 relay, where Akinpelu, Herbert, Rowell and Brodie posted a time of 1:48.40, beating the runner-up, St. Anthony’s (1:50.04), by 1.64 seconds.
Mahoney again contended in the girls 3,000, finishing second as her time improved to 10:40.96, bettered only by Elmira’s Abbey Wheeler (10:39.21) as teammate Juliana Basla finished ninth.
Akinpelu, running in the 600, finished in 1:43.09, which was second to Shaker’s Kayleigh Lavender (1:42.25). Geoffrey Bell rose to fourth in the boys shot put with a top toss of 44’6 ½”.
Travis Chewning-Kulick cleared 11’6” to claim seventh place in the boys pole vault, while Kulpa, clearing 9’, was seventh in the girls pole vault. Connor Buck was ninth in the 3,200. Herbert was 10th in the 55 sprint and Zach Harris tied for 10th in the boys high jump as the Warriors got to ninth in the boys and girls 4x800 relays.
For C-NS, Fanizzi had a sixth-place triple jump of 34’ and also tied for 10th in the long jump. Halstead took eighth place in the 1,500 (5:04.17) as Jade Jenkins finished 11th in the 55 sprint.