Dustin Collins’ three-win day included a 41-foot, 1 ½-inch triple jump as Cherry Valley-Springfield won a Tri-Valley League track meet Wednesday.
The Patriots finished with 91 points. Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris finished with second with 36.5 — nine better than Schenevus/Worcester.
Collins also cleared 5-8 in the high jump and won the 400-meter hurdles in 1 minute, 8.1 seconds.
G-MUM’s Eddie Cotton placed first in the 100 (11.3), the 200 (23.4) and the long jump (19-2 ¾). Schenevus/Worcester received wins from Brian Young in the 800 (2:10.0) and the 1,600 (5:00.0).
On the girls side, CV-S and G-MUM tied with 62 points. Schenevus/Worcester finished with 44.
G-MUM’s Christina Hawkins placed first in the shot put (31-6 ½) and the discus (101-11). Teammate Victoria Hutzley contributed wins in the 200 (28.9) and the triple jump (27-11 ¾).
Olivia Preston and Roberta Zaccagnino had two wins apiece for the Patriots. Preston won the 1,500 and 3,000, and Zaccagnino swept the hurdles events.
S/W’s Mimi Teft won the 400 and 800.
CV-S will compete in the REK meet Friday at Norwich.
Antonio Gomes tied his school records in the 100 (11.6) and 200 (23.2) as host Downsville won a Tri-Valley League Track at Walton. Gomes also had a win in the long jump and anchored the winning 400 relay team.
Steven Casciola won shot put and discus for the Eagles, the latter with a distance of 113-11.
Richfield Springs won the girls meet behind Tessa Bucks’ three wins. Buck won the 400 (1:04.5), the long jump (15-3) and the triple jump (32-0).
Kendra Lacey broke a Downsville school record with a 1:07.2 in the 400 meter.
The Eagles host Franklin, Andes, and Davenport/South Kortright on Monday.
Hannah Saggese won two events and anchored two winning relay teams, and Josh Bush won two events as Milford swept a Tri-Valley League meet.
Saggese won the 400- and 800-meter races with times of 1:08.33 and 2:45.68, respectively.
Bush’s wins came in the shot put (34-0) and discus (97-6).
Keira Higgins also won two events for the Wildcats, the 1,500 and 3,000.
Sean O’Connor won the 1,600 and 3,200 for Davenport/South Kortright.
Liz Millea, Kristin Ratliff and Lucy Ford won two events apiece to lead host Cooperstown to victories over Sherburne-Earlville (83-56) and Oriskany (103-25).
Millea swept the sprints with a 13.9 in the 100 and a 29.3 in the 200. Ratliff did the same in the hurdles, winning the 100 in 17.4 and the 400 in 1:11.8. Ford’s double came in the high jump (5-2) and the shot put (30-9).
The Hawkeyes also received victories from Hayley White (400, 1:08.0), Samantha Fanion (3,000, 11:50.2), and Suzy Zhang (triple jump, 28-5).
Cooperstown, which also won the 400 and 3,200 relays, hosts the Don Howard Invitational at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Oneonta 5, Windsor 2
Emerson Kelby, Stijn van Pel, McKenna Rowe and Aaron Earle-Richardson won singles matches in straight sets to lead the visiting Yellowjackets to a Southern Tier Athletic Conference win.
Kelby defeated Ryan Mirch, 6-0, 6-0, at first singles.
Oneonta improved to 7-2.
Margaretville 6, Andes 1
James Warner’s 9-0 first singles win over Kevin Roe helped host Margaretville to a Delaware League victory.
Andes’ win came from Noah Dougherty at second singles. He defeated Riley Ancona, 10-9 (7-2) at second singles.
Margaretville still has a match against Windham that will decide the regular-season title. No date has been set for that match.
The Delaware League championships will be held Tuesday at Total Tennis on Saugerties.
Sidney 3, B-G 2
Host Sidney received doubles victories from Daylon Barr and Andy Burpoe, and Jarrid Cubby and Riley MacPherson en route to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
The Warriors also received a win at first singles from Nick Meno, who beat Ben Gabriel Gonzalez, 6-1, 6-1.
Bainbridge-Guilford received a 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 win by Nate Hager over Kwok Hing Chen at third singles.
Sidney (5-4, 5-1) will travel to Hancock today.
at Leatherstocking GC
Levi Decker earned medalist honors with a 44 on the par-35 front nine of the Leatherstocking Golf Course, but visiting Morris lost a non-league match, 199-202, to host Cooperstown.
Matt Frevele and Teddy Trosset each shots a 46 to pace the Hawkeyes.
Johnson City 19, Oneonta 2
Visiting Johnson City score eight first-quarter goals as they cruised to a Section Four victory Tuesday.
Shane Majewski and Nate Korutz each had four goals to lead the Wildcats attack.
Luke Anderson scored both of Oneonta’s goals and Jeremy Leary had an assist.
Oneonta (0-10) travels to Maine-Endwell today.