Kim Kehr of Walton won the 400 in 1:01.1. Delhi received a win from Amelia Legg, who cleared 6-6 in the pole vault.
Host Cherry Valley-Springfield rolled to the Tri-Valley League boys team championship with 126 points Thursday, beating runner up Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris by 28.
Dustin Collins won two individual titles for the Patriots, taking the triple jump at 42-1.5 and the high jump at 5-10.
Ben Drugatz also earned a T-V title for the Patriots, winning the 400 in 53.35. That marked one of three sub-54-second efforts as Jerry Murello of Laurens finished second in 53.68, followed by CV-S’ Nick Mills at 53.88.
Mills and Drugatz also led the victorious 1,600 relay team as they were followed by Kyle Jaquay and Isiah Montgomery for a 3:45.45 finish.
Drugatz anchored the winning 3,200 relay team as well. He joined Kyle Jaquay, Ethan Drugatz and Elijah Lyon for a championship time of 8:57.67.
GMUM had double-winners in Eddie Cotton and Cameron Grant Hill. Cotton won the 100 (11.34) and the long jump (19-3). He was denied a third individual title when Antonio Gomes of Downsville ran a 22.72 to beat Cotton by .08 seconds in the 200.
Hill’s double came in the 1,600 (4:47.0) and the 3,200 (10:50.01).
Milford’s Elijah Coley swept the hurdles, winning the 110 in 17.38 and the 400 in 1:03.20. He edged Tom McGroder of Edmeston in the latter by .26 seconds.
Downsville’s Steven Casciola also earned two titles, winning the shot put at 40-9 and the discus at 118-2.
Other T-V champs were Schenevus/Worcester’s Brian Young (800, 2:08.14); Davenport/South Kortright’s Sean O’Connor (3,000 steeplechase, 11:07.30); and the GMUM 400 relay team of Lucas Seneck, Justin Cole, Aiden Staib and Cotton (46.47).
The girls meet featured a much closer team finish as GMUM edged Richfield Springs, 80-74, for the title.
Christina Hawkins paced the GMUM girls with wins in the shot put (34-2) and the discus (106-1).
Teammate Emily Leboffe contributed a title in the 3,000 (12:08.73).