Katie Aikens of Delhi was sixth in 19:59 and Afton’s Daphne Knapp placed seventh in 20:00.
Unadilla Valley’s Nicole Mackey finished 11th in 20:16.
Senior captain Hannah Wood scored four goals Friday to lead Sidney to a 7-0 victory over the host school in the first round of the 31st annual Sherburne-Earlville Tournament.
Wood broke the program record for all-time goals with her performance. She has five goals this season and 60 overall. The latter eclipsed Melissa Peck’s all-time Sidney record of 56 goals, which she had held since 1995.
Wood’s record-breaking goal came on a breakaway from midfield. She also had an assist en route to all-tournament honors, which Wood shared with teammates Mallory Stillman, Mekayla Wakeman and Connor Decker.
The Warriors went on to fall, 1-0, in overtime to Morrisville-Eaton in Saturday’s title game. Sidney goalie Kelsey Decker made two saves in each game.
Walton 6, S-VE 1
Kiley Lamoreaux had four goals and an assist to lead Walton to a consolation victory Saturday in the Windsor Tournament.
MaKayla Klinger scored the decisive goal with one minute left in the first half, deflecting in Lamoreaux’s shot on a penalty corner from the left post.
Walton’s Cassie Huntress opened the scoring 10 minutes into play with an unassisted goal from the top of the circle, but S-VE’s Lucca Glaser tied it with eight minutes to go before halftime.
Lamoreaux and Huntress made the all-tournament team for the Warriors, who visit Afton on Wednesday.
Afton 3, Greene 2
Amanda Greenwood had 11 kills to lead host Afton to a 25-18, 25-21, 11-25, 21-25, 25-19 Midstate Athletic Conference victory Friday.
Alisha Hubbard contributed 11 digs and eight assists for the Crimson Knights (1-2), who host Hancock at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Christianne Philippone’s eight kills and two blocks paced the Trojans (2-2), who visit Bainbridge-Guilford on Tuesday.