The Elmira Notre Dame girls and Corning boys will try to continue their conference title streaks in track and field.
Notre Dame is seeking a third straight Interscholastic Athletic Conference Large School team title. The Crusaders will join the rest of the IAC schools for the conference meet Thursday and Friday at Trumansburg High School. Competition begins at 4:45 p.m. each day.
Odessa-Montour is the defending Small School girls champion. Trumansburg (Large School) and Tioga (Small School) are the defending boys champions.
The IAC meet started Monday with the steeplechase and pentathlon at Waverly High School. Notre Dame’s Garrett Butters won the boys 3,000-meter steeplechase in 10 minutes, 0.06 seconds. Odessa-Montour’s Dana Roberts won the girls pentathlon with a score of 2,836 and Tioga’s Tyler Predix won the boys pentathlon with a score of 2,769. He was followed in second by O-M’s Andy Fudula with 2,763 points.
Corning’s boys will chase a fourth straight Southern Tier Athletic Conference championship Thursday at Union-Endicott High School. The meet, originally scheduled for Owego Free Academy, starts at 4 p.m. The Corning girls are also defending champions.
Among those scheduled to compete is Elmira junior Abbey Wheeler, who took over the top girls 3,000 time in New York state this season with a run of 9:45.57 at the Golden Bear Invitational on Saturday at Vestal.
Corning, Horseheads play for titles: Corning and Horseheads will try to take home Section 4 boys lacrosse titles Thursday at Vestal High School.
Corning (9-5) meets Ithaca (7-8) at 6 p.m. for the Class A championship.
Horseheads (7-7) and Vestal (12-3) play at 8 for the Class B title.
The tripleheader starts at 4 p.m. with the Class C final between Chenango Forks and Binghamton Seton Catholic Central.
M-E hosts girls finals: Corning and Horseheads will be among six girls teams playing for Section 4 lacrosse championships Thursday at Maine-Endwell High School.
Horseheads (9-5) faces Vestal (14-1) at 6 p.m. in the Class B final.
Corning (9-5) and Ithaca (7-7) battle at 8 for the Class A title.
The Class C contest between Owego and Chenango Forks starts at 4.
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