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C-NS boys earn National indoor track title

Northstars pull away as Liverpool takes third place

— The Warriors did get one win on the oval as Alex Christensen claimed the 1,000-meter run, his time of 2:39.43 topping West Genesee's Nate Conroy by 2.07 seconds as Lupia (2:44.75) was third and Bryan Sibble was fifth. Yarn was third in the 600-meter run, edging Liverpool's Landon Verney, 1:31.95 to Verney's 1:31.99.

In the shot put, Geoffrey Bell gave Liverpool a victory as he threw it 45'6 1/2", leaving C-NS's Joe Castaldo (45'1") in second place as the Warriors' Anthony Miller (41'4") was fourth.

The Warriors' Zach Harris won the high jump when he cleared 5'6" with fewer misses than Austen, who settled for second place as Dan Gulino (C-NS) and Nate Gurante (Liverpool) tied for fifth. Tate LaPorte cleared 10'6" to give the Northstars second place in the pole vault, with teammate Connor Osborne in fourth place.

They all return to SRC Arena next Wednesday for the Section III Class AA championship meet, where C-NS will try and topple defending champion Fayetteville-Manlius.

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