continued Yet it was Cazenovia starting off its relay sweep in the 4x800, where Stanford, Cudney, Colleen Stalder and Maureen Milmoe put up 10:02.5 to fight off Skaneateles (10:03.9) and begin the march to another potential league title.
The league title was officially locked up on Wednesday, against Hannibal, where with a 110-31 victory the Lakers ran its meet win streak to 32 in a row.
Cudney won all three distance races, taking the 800 (2:32.5), 1,500 (5:09.6) and 3,000 (11:49.0) as Colleen Stalder and Wolsey completed a 1-2-3 sweep in the 800. Winn went a bit slower in the 100 (12.3 seconds) and a bit faster in the 200 (26.4 seconds) and claimed them both as Kent went 33’9” in the triple jump and 16.8 seconds to take the 100 hurdles.
Pittman (pole vault), Fischer (high jump), Dain (shot put) and Hannah Eberle (discus) all won events, too, while the sweep of the 4x100 (52.7 seconds), 4x400 (4:29.3) and 4x800 (10:27.0) relays included Winn, Kent, Bigsby, Stanford, Wolsey, Evelyn Wells, Maria Stalder and Colleen Stalder.
At that same meet, Cazenovia’s boys team lost, 99-42, to Hannibal, though Cameron Braathen swept the shot put (45’10”) and discus (114 feet) and Tyler Dunkle had a 17-foot long jump. Ryan O’Herien added a 100-meter title in 12 seconds flat as the Warriors’ Jordan Skipworth led his side with wins in the 110 hurdles, triple jump and high jump.