Emilie Mertz, Hannah Saggese and Hannah Baker earned victories Thursday to lead Milford’s girls to a track and field triumph at home.
The Wildcats finished with 51 points in a three-team meet that was shortened by rain. Davenport/South Kortright followed with 35 points and Schenevus/Worcester placed third at 24.
Mertz won the 400-meter run in 1 minute, 3.46 seconds, Saggese took first in the 800 at 2:39.96, and Baker took the discus with a distance of 81 feet, 7 inches.
The Wildcats also won the 3,200 relay in 13:06.00.
Sarah Haight’s double in the 100 (14.01) and the 100 hurdles (18.69) paced Davenport/SK, which scored 50 points in the boys meet for the title. Ty Magnan paced D/SK with wins in the 100 (11.95), the 200 (24.82) and the 400 hurdles (1:04.5). Josh Wood contributed victories in the 400 (55.28) and the 800 (2:22.75).
Second-place Milford, which scored 38 points, received victories from Brandon Macumber in the 110 hurdles (19.9), Josh Bush in the shot put (36-3), Will Wilcox in the discus (98-2), and the 400 relay (48.64).
Schenevus/Worcester rounded out the scoring with 18 points.
Milford will compete in the Harbaugh Invitational on Wednesday at Delhi.
BASEBALLWindham 5, Stamford 3
Anthony Savasta struck out his two batters in the seventh inning with runners at first and third to earn the save as Windham won a Delaware League game on the road.
Savasta took over for winning pitcher Anthony Pettignano with one out in the seventh. Savasta also went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run for the Warriors, who got home runs from Zachary Meyer and Brandon VanValin.
Gregg Mattice homered in his fourth straight game as his shot to right-center field opened the scoring for Stamford (6-1, 5-1) in the first inning.
Meyer, who went 2-for-4 with two RBIs, homered in the second to tie it. After Windham scored twice in the third, VanValin homered to left field in the fourth to make it 4-1.