Earning 17.33 points in the boys DiMao meet, Cazenovia finished behind Chittenango, who had 24 points.
The Bears’ Lucas Rogers earned most of those points, winning the 1,000 in 2:53.81 to the 2:54.57 posted by Ilion’s Brandon Rawson. Rogers also rose to second place in the 600 in 1:30.39, where the Lakers’ Will Fellows (1:34.58) was fifth. In the 4x800, Rogers and the Bears finished fourth in 9:44.61, while Marty Boyd took fifth in the high jump.
Cameron Braathen recorded the Lakers’ best finish, a second in the shot put with a toss of 43’6”., while Casey Fenton was fifth in the triple jump, half an inch ahead of teammate Alex Devine in sixth. The Lakers also finished fifth (1:45.50) in the 4x200.
Sean Satchwell, seventh in the mile, ran a leg as Cazenovia also took fifth in the 4x400 in 4:04.2, as Ryker Smith cleared 5’2” in the high jump, like Boyd, but had to settle for a sixth-place tie.
Just two days later, the Mohawk Valley Indoor Track Association sides met again at Colgate for another set of Partner Relays. Again, Cazenovia’s girls were victorious, accumulating 127 points as Clinton (87 points) was second.
By herself, Cudney won the 1,500 (5:06.37) and 3,000 (11:15.46) individual races, and paired with Shephard (in the 1,500) and Wolsey (in the 3,000) for team victories in both events, too. Grace and Maureen Milmoe beat the field in the 1,000 with a combined 7:10.42.
Winn (43.61 seconds) and Costello (44.51 seconds) again went 1-2 in the 300 sprint, but they teamed to win the 55 sprint, too, as Winn prevailed in the individual race, improving to 7.43 seconds. They also had a 200-meter sprint, where Winn (26.86 seconds) and Costello (27.82 seconds) earned yet another 1-2 sweep.
Gates and Willard paired up for first place in the 600 with a combined 3:42.71. Willard went to the 500-meter event and won in 1:33.05, with Kelsey Henderson (1:35.35) and Keeley Race (1:36.08) completing a 1-2-3 sweep.