continued Meanwhile, in the boys 4x400, Farrell, teamed with Austin Perez, Ed Cheatham and Kyle Barber, helped the Hornets win again, edging Baldwinsville, 3:24.45 to 3:24.92. Individually, Barber was a close second (56.02 seconds) to West Genesee’s Pete Richardson (55.86 seconds) in the 400 hurdles.
J-D’s Zach Liebmann cleared 13 feet in the pole vault and was second, while ESM’s Corey Vollmer rose to third, clearing 12’6” as Liverpool’s Travis Chewning-Kulick (13’6”) prevailed. Also for the Spartans, Nina Zesky cleared 5’2” for fourth place in the girls high jump.
In the Division II 4x100 relay, CBA’s team of Anna Schug, Monica Perrone, Ryleigh Peterson and Kiana Ferguson contended right to the end and was second, in 51.31 seconds, to Skaneateles, who won in a school-record 50.91 seconds. F-M’s quartet of Natalie Zazzara, Jordan Noble, Anna Perrotti and Sarah Olick-Sutphen was fourth (50.77 seconds) in the Division I 4x100.
In the boys pentathlon, J-D’s Nate Sturgeon did best among the local entrants, with 2,754 points for third place among Division I athletes. CBA’s Will Brower (2,596 points) and F-M’s Kyle Harbour (2,058 points) trailed behind.
CBA’s Maire Kate McGlynn was second in the Division II 2,000-meter steeplechase in 7:27.93, while Megan Ann Pierce was second in the 3,000 in 10:29.58. Anna Schug was second (26.05 seconds) to Vernon-Verona-Sherrill’s Alexis Kavanaugh (25.67) in the 200-meter dash.
Jack Brower was third in the 800-meter run in 2:01.28. Manlius-Pebble Hill’s Elizabeth Dean finished fifth in the Division II 1,500 in 5:12.98, ahead of CBA’s Gabrielle Schug in seventh place. Matt Stedman was ninth in the boys 400-meter dash.