Girls indoor track Lakers win OHSL honors

Caz routs Skaneateles, eight others with 153.5 points

Cudney worked her way to second place in the 3,000-meter run in 11:16.68 behind Skaneateles' Kaitlyn Neal (10:29.70), with Mya Walters (12:43.52) settling into fifth place. Milmoe grabbed second place in the 1,000-meter run in 3:24.88 to Hannibal's Reilly Harris (3:16.55), with Stalder (3:29.97) taking third to give the Lakers 14 points in that event.

Henderson had her own runner-up effort, as she was second (5:18.25) to another Skaneateles runner, Madeline Adams (5:01.79), in the 1,500-meter run, with Meredith Shephard sixth.

Molly Carges, in 9.71 seconds, gained second place behind Pulaski star Breann Burns (8.45 seconds) in the 55-meter hurdles, where Kent was fourth in 9.89 seconds. Costello was fourth in the 55-meter dash in 7.76 seconds and matched that finish in the 300-meter dash with a time of 43.85 seconds as Willard got sixth place.

A night earlier, the Cazenovia boys indoor track team made deep inroads during its OHSL Division 2 meet at SRC Arena, picking up 53 points to finish fourth out of 11 teams as Jordan-Elbridge, with 104 points, went to the top.

Sean Satchwell delivered a victory for the Lakers in the mile. In four minutes, 53.24 seconds, Satchwell held off Onondaga’s Connor Oakman (4:55.87) by more than two seconds to prevail.

Casey Fenton earned Cazenovia’s other title, in the triple jump. With a top leap of 37 feet 6 ¼ inches, Fenton easily beat Tully’s Steven Hust (35’8 ½”) and the rest of the field.

Alex Devine and Ryan O’Herien both vied for top honors in the 55-meter dash. Devine finished second, in 7.11 seconds, with O’Herien (7.25 seconds) in third, each of them trailing J-E’s Dylan Whittico, who won in 6.97 seconds.

In the 4x200, Devine and O’Herien, joining Will Fellows and Casey Fenton, posted a time of 1:40.76, which edged out Tully (1:41.11) for second place as Skaneateles took the title in 1:36.86.

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