Both of the Laurens/Milford track and field teams took first place Tuesday, June 1, at the Tri-Valley League Championships. The boys finished with 137 points while the girls tallied 159 points. The other schools that competed included Downsville, Cherry Valley-Springfield, South Kortright, Franklin, Richfield Springs, Schenevus/Worcester, Stamford and Morris.
Carter Stevens and Riley Stevens were the top performers for Laurens/Milford, as both boys earned three individual first-place finishes.
Carter won the 3000 meter steeplechase, 1600, and 3200, while Riley won the 100, 200, and 400 meter runs. Mariah Saggese notched a double for the Laurens/Milford girls with wins in the triple jump and high jump.
Other winners for Laurens/Milford included Emily Stanley (2000 steeplechase), Kyrah Andrades (400 hurdles), and Sarah Munson (discus).
There were two other triple winners on the day: Samantha Severing of Downsville and Cole Ruff of Franklin.
Severing won the 100, 200, and long jump, while Ruff took first in the shot put, discus, and long jump.
Darren Panko was a double winner for Richfield Springs with firsts in the 400 hurdles and high jump.
Cherry Valley-Springfield had a quartet of winners in Oskar Webster (110 hurdles), Jaelyn Jaquay (1500), Morgan Huff (800), and Marijke Kroon (shot put).
Amber Wyckoff and Hannah Sulas of Schenevus/Worcester had wins in the 100 hurdles and 400, respectively.
Rounding out the winners were Gavin Brunner of Downsville (triple jump), Maddy Smith of Edmeston (3000), and Jeffrey Bullis of Franklin (800).
In the relay events, Laurens/Milford won both of the 4x400 races, the Downsville boys won both the 4x100 and 4x800, Schenevus/Worcester won the 4x100 girls, and Cherry Valley-Springfield won the 4x800 girls.