Corning and Elmira placed 1-2 in the boys and girls Division 1 standings at the Section 4 Class Championships indoor track and field meet Saturday at Cornell University.
The Elmira Notre Dame girls claimed the Division 2 team title.
In the Division 1 boys meet, Corning received first-place finishes from Kevin Moshier in the 3,200 meters, Jared Moore in the 1,000, Peter Kane in the 1,600, Gabe Enicks in the long jump, and Anthony Prestigiacomo in the pole vault.
For Elmira, Jon Fleming won the weight throw. The Express also took the 3,200 relay behind Ben Cardamone, Jack Ladouce, Jordan Holmes and Kade Austin.
Horseheads won the 1,600 relay with John Sepelak, Micah Page, Sean Strayer and John Nitterour. Daniel Stroman topped the field in the shot put for the Blue Raiders.
For the Division 1 girls, Corning’s Taylor Jubilee won three events (55 hurdles, long jump and triple jump) and Madeline Ustanik two (600 and 1,000).
Other Hawks champs were Jessica Lawson in the 3,000, Emma Mason in the 1,500 race walk, and Franny Sariego in the high jump. Lawson and Ustanik also joined Pearl Cooper and Sophie Hermann to win the 1,600 relay.
Elmira won two relays, the 3,200 and 800. Olivia Riley, Mackenzie Tubbs, Jessica Thatcher and Abbey Wheeler ran in the 3,200, with Amari Hadlock, Claudette Belgrave, Ava Pellor and Hannah Brooks doing the 800.
Cassidy Wilcox of Horseheads won the shot put.
Among the Division 2 girls, Notre Dame’s Anna Lackner claimed the shot put and weight throw. Other Crusaders winners were Payton Yoder (3,000), Allegra Dawes (1,000) and Chase Yoder (1,500).
Dawes, Payton Yoder, Chase Yoder and Claire Kubinski teamed up to win the 3,200 relay.
Joelle Slater of Watkins Glen won the 1,500 race walk.
In the Division 2 boys competition, Notre Dame got first-place finishes from Garrett Butters in the 3,200 and Joe Barkley in the weight throw.
Patrick Hazlitt of Watkins Glen won the 1,600.
Watkins Glen, Corning win titles: At Midway Lanes in Vestal, Watkins Glen claimed the Class C championship and Corning the Class A crown at the Section 4 Tournament.
Brittney Millhollen’s 656 series led Corning and was second overall in the tournament to the 664 of Elizabeth Sladish of Union-Endicott.
Elmira finished second behind Corning in Class A (2,719-2,712). The Express got 587 from Rachel Blake and 586 from Arikka Heater.
Samantha Bradley was Watkins Glen’s high scorer with a 594. The Senecas’ Lucy Craig had the best game in Class C with a 210.
Corning 49, Ithaca 46: Friday night in Ithaca, Olivia LeBaron knocked down 10 3-pointers on the way to a 36-point performance, leading the Hawks past Ithaca in STAC West play.
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