Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton junior Julia Knapp won three events and was named the athlete of the meet in the Don Howard Invitational on Friday at Cooperstown.
Knapp placed first in the 100- and 400-meter hurdles, and the long jump in helping B-G/A’s girls to a second-place finish in the 13-team meet.
The Bobcats finished with 89 1/3 points, four behind winner Norwich. The host school finished third with 79.
In one of the faster events of the meet, Knapp won the 400 hurdles in 1 minute, 8.07 seconds. Cooperstown’s Kristin Ratliff and Danielle Perrino finished second and third in respective times of 1:09.89 and 1:10.77.
Knapp crossed in 16.23 in the 100 hurdles and long jumped 16 feet, 5 inches.
Cooperstown’s 1,600 and 3,200 relay teams placed first. The 1,600 team of Lucy Ford, Samantha Fanion, Perrino and Grace LeCates crossed in 4:19.70, just ahead of Oneonta High’s squad that finished in 4:20.07.
LeCates, Kate O’Handley, Perrino and Ratliff were on the 3,200 relay, which finished in 10:51.00.
“My girls competed beautifully,” Cooperstown coach Connie Herzig said. “I was over the moon (with our performance). It much better than I anticipated.”
Ford also won the high jump, clearing 5-0.
Cobleskill-Richmondville cruised to the boys title with 153 points. Whitesboro was second with 79, followed by Oneonta with 75.
The Yellowjackets received victories from Logan Mancuso (3,200, 10:20.56); James Longo (400 hurdles, 59.89) and their 3,200 relay team of Sam Baskin, Longo, Mancuso and Jacob DePauw, which finished in 9:03.04.
Cherry Valley-Springfield and Edmeston shared the boys title and Richfield Springs won the girls meet during the Tri-Valley League Relays at Oneonta High.
Nick Mills, Noah Russo, Ben Drugatz and Kurt Pressly won the 400 relay for the Patriots, who also won the 3,200 relay, the 800 relay, the sprint-medley relay, the triple jump and the high jump.
Grey Bennis and Sam Madison won the shot put, and Bennis and John Davis won the discus for Edmeston.