Junior Alana Pearl ran well at 3,000 meters, taking fifth place and shaving nearly six seconds off her qualifying mark as she posted a time of 9:57.51.
To complete his busy day, Ryan went to the 4x800 relay and joined Charlie Beeler, Connor Farrell and Bryce Millar as F-M put up a time of 7:49.93, beating its qualifying standard of 7:51.18 and finishing fifth overall. Chaminade won the race in 7:40.68.
Farrell, teamed with Kyle Barber, Austin Perez and Ed Cheatham, went 3:25.85 for 14th place in Division I (large schools) in the 4x400 relay, where Elmont (3:17.42) won the title.
Among the 24 sprinters in the Division II (small school) 200-meter dash, CBA’s Anna Schug did quite well, the freshman blazing to a time of 25.86 seconds, second in her heat and seventh overall. North Salem’s Noemie Bechu won the race in 24.98 seconds.
Two Jamesville-DeWitt girls also competed in the state meet. Rachel Fairbanks was seventh in Division I and 14th overall in the 800-meter run in 2:16.03, while Patrece Martin went 34 feet 3 inches for 12th place in the Division I triple jump.