Girls team scores: Cooperstown 134, Waterville 57, Canastota 50, Little Falls 50, Fabius-Pompey 45, Oriskany 48, Unatego 38, Morrisville-Eaton 32, Mohawk 30, Pulaski 14, Owen D. Young 11, DeRuyter 9, Cincinnatus 3, Unadilla Valley 2.
Cooperstown second in home meet
Lucy Ford won the high jump and the shot put, and ran a leg on a the winning 400-meter relay team to lead Cooperstown’s girls to a second-place finish in a four-way Center State Conference meet.
Ford cleared 4-10 in the high jump and she put the shot 31-9. She also joined Emily Calkins, Maya Wasson and Chantel Huntington on a relay team that crossed in 54.3.
Huntington placed first in the 100 in 13.8.
Girls: Sauquoit Valley 120, Cooperstown 89, Hamilton 47, Owen D. Young 8.
CV-S nearly sweeps boys events
Cherry Valley-Springfield’s boys won all but one event en route to Tri-Valley League victories over visiting Davenport/South Kortright and Richfield Springs.
CV-S finished with 116 points, followed by D/SK at 29 and RS at 19.
Dustin Collins placed first in four events – the 400 hurdles (1:05.1), the long jump (17-7.5), the triple jump (38-10) and the high jump (5-10) - for the Patriots.
Teammate Isiah Montgomery won the 100 (11.3) and the 200 (24.2). He also contributed to victories in the 400 relay (47.1) and the 1,600 relay (4:04.6).
The CV-S girls also won, scoring 82 points to top RS (57) and D/SK (20).
Olivia Preston won the 1,500 (6:14) and the 3,200 (14:57) for the Patriots, who received a hurdles sweep from Roberta Zaccagnino (100 hurdles, 17.9; 400 hurdles, 1:22.2).
Christina Gurley paced the Indians with triumphs in the 100 (13.3) and the 200 (27.5). She also helped RS to wins in the 400 relay (55.5) and the 1,600 relay (4:36.4).
Boys: Cherry Valley-Springfield 116, Davenport/South Kortright 29, Richfield Springs 19.
Girls team scores: Cherry Valley-Springfield 82, Richfield Springs 57, Davenport/South Kortright 20.
Saggese leads big comeback
Milford’s Hannah Saggese technically didn’t lower her school record in the 800 meters, but she gave Wildcats coach Dave Prouty a memory he said will stick for some time.