continued Mary Buck, with 1,836 points, took third place in the pentathlon. Woodruff was fourth in the long jump, going 14 feet 5 3/4 inches, while Keely Gregg was fourth in the pole vault, clearing 7 feet, and Rachel Baker got fifth (28' 3/4") in the shot put. Willcox took seventh in the high jump.
As that was going on, the Skaneateles boys track team was sixth out of 10 entrants in its OHSL Liberty meet, with 35 points, as Westhill/Ludden soared to the top with 158 points.
The Lakers did best in relays, including the 4x400, where the quartet of Patrick Biver, Matt Clymer, Dan Wolfanger and Ethan Johanns claimed a classic, edging Jordan-Elbridge at the wire by just 0.02 seconds, 3:38.41 to the Eagles' 3:38.43.
Skaneateles also was second in the 4x100 as Wolfanger, Jeff Kringer, Nick Smolenski and Max Dwyer finished in 47.19 seconds, with Westhill/Ludden (45.18 seconds) prevailing. Kringer, on his own, took fifth (55.51 seconds) in the 400 sprint, while Cooper Watt was sixth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.
On an individual basis, Carson Schwab, in the pole vault, cleared 11 feet, second to Solvay's Josh Marotti, who topped 11'6" to win. Biver, Clymer, Johanns and Matt Clymer made their way to third place in the 4x800 relay in 8:37.12.
Biver took eighth place in the triple jump, with Nate Molnar eighth in the shot put. James Hackler was eighth in the 800, while Max Messie took eighth place in the 400 hurdles and Chris Niehbur was 10th in the mile. Ari Hristodoulou got eighth place in the long jump and Eli Goodell tied for eighth in the high jump.