The Yellowjackets also received second-place finishes from Picinich in the 200 (28.31) and Natalie Vanderlaan-Meyering in the high jump (4 feet, 10 inches).
B-G/A finished tied for fifth with U-E in the team standings with 45 points.
Knapp won the long jump, covering 16-1, and finished second in the 100 hurdles. She finished in 15.63, just off Cadet’s winning time of 15.57.
She also helped the Bears’ 400 relay team to victory, joining Christina Bochicchio, Katrina Ross and Miltilda Knapp. They crossed in 52.47 to just beat U-E, which finished in 52.97.
Unatego’s Katrina Clark and Sidney’s Samantha Mullineaux also had second-place finishes. Clark finished a tight 800 race just behind Elmira’s Khiera Ashley, who crossed in 2:26.86. Clark was timed in 2:27.02.
“She wasn’t leading at all, but she ran a really good race,” Unatego coach Mike Hamilton said of Clark.
Mullineaux put the shot 34-11 ½. Binghamton’s Alexis Daniels won at 36-6.
On the boys side, Sidney finished with 60 points _ 18 behind winner Vestal.
The Warriors were led by their 1,600 relay team of Ethan Green, Dean Howard, Hunter Sowersby and Austin McCarroll. That quartet crossed in 3:31.50 to break the meet record of 3:31.70 set by Wyalusing in 2007 and Sidney’s school mark of 3:32.5 set in 1993.
“To run that kind of a time this early in the year, we still have a month-and-a-half before sectionals, it puts us in position to have a really legitimate shot of going to states this year,” first-year Sidney coach Paul Sims said.
McCarroll had the fastest split of 51.7.
Sidney also received a victory from its 400 relay team of Mike Ward, Green, Nate Magnussen and Sowersby. The Warriors finished in 46.24 and their 3,200 relay squad of Howard, Thomas Hoskins, Cole Matthews and McCarroll placed second in 8:49.00.
“If you look at our three relays, that shows a lot of depth,” Sims said.