The Trumansburg boys cruised to the the Large School team title at the Interscholastic Athletic Conference Track and Field Championships on Friday.
The Elmira Notre Dame girls won their first IAC Large School team title and the Odessa-Montour boys and girls each claimed Small School titles.
The Blue Raiders finished with 172 points, while host Dryden placed second (105). Lansing was sixth (53).
Groton placed sixth (54) and Newfield was 11th (9) in the Small School boys division.
The Dryden girls was second in the Large School division (144.5). Lansing and Trumansburg were fifth and sixth respectively.
The Newfield girls placed third in the Small School division, while Groton was ninth.
Bryan Arnold, Will Holt, Liam Joyce, and Bryan Norman teamed to win the 400-meter relay crown (45.64 seconds) for Dryden. The Blue Raiders were second. Trumansburg took first in the 3,200 (8:50.59) and 1,600 relays (3:36.24).
Holt won the 110 hurdles (15.77) and 400 hurdles (57.99) or Dryden. Trumanburg’s Kyle Carr was second (16.34) in the 110.
Joyce took first in the 100 (11.47) and 200 (23.21) for the Purple Lions.
Cal Randle and Ben Smith finished second and third respectively in the 400 for the Blue Raiders. Randle was also second in the 800 (2:01.24).
Bryant Stuttle placed first in the triple jump (44 feet, 3½ inches) for Dryden.
Ben Rourke won the pole vault (12-6) and Anders Presthus won the shot put (46-5½) for Lansing. Presthus was also second in the discus (140-0).
The Dryden girls (Amy DeGaetano, Rachel Wojcik, Mackenzie Todd, Abbey Yatsko) placed second in the 400 relay. Trumansburg was third.
Newfield’s Jackie Gerow placed first in the 100 hurdles (16.22) and Dryden’s Todd (16.70) was second. Todd was also second in the long jump (16-6¾) and triple jump (33-4½).
Yatsko won the 100 (12.68) and 200 (26.27) for Dryden. Dryden’s Rachel Hutchinson won the 1,500 (4:51.85) and finished second in the 800 (2:18.18).
Newfield senior Erica Carney won the long jump (16-9) and triple jump (35-2).
Dryden’s Shaina Sullivan finished second in the high jump (4-10).