Later in the meet, the Lakers prevailed again in a relay. This time, it was the 4x400, where Woodruff, Gage, Roberts and eighth-grader Mia Grasso got to the finish line in 4:08.88, leaving runner-up West Genesee (4:13.65) nearly five seconds behind them.
In the 4x100, Wetmore, Ellison, Parker and Woodruff were second, in 52.06, as Corcoran (51.58 seconds) claimed the top spot.
Neal, on her own, engaged in yet another great duel with Marcellus’ Rachel Garn in the 3,000-meter run, nearly hitting the line together – but Neal, in 10:20.06, held off Garn (10:20.68) for that top spot.
Adams worked to a time of 2:24.76 in the 800, trailing only East Syracuse-Minoa’s Natalie Marra, who won in 2:23.97 as Dwyer finished 15th.
Wetmore, in 13.78 seconds, qualified for the 100-meter final, where she nearly won it, improving to 13.54 seconds and just behind Baldwinsville’s Rebecca Lawrence, who won in 13.46 seconds. Gregg cleared 8 feet in the pole vault and finished fourth, with Molnar ninth.
Grasso got to sixth in the 200 in 27.99 seconds, adding a 10th-place long jump of 13’10 ¼”. Lynn was eighth in the 400 sprint in 1:05.01, with Willcox in 12th place as Lynn also got to 10th place in the high jump. Malcolm had an eighth-place time of 8:19.51 in the 2,000-meter steeplechase, while Carlile was 14th in the discus.