Cherry Valley-Springfield boys and Downsville girls claimed the Tri-Valley relays on Wednesday at CV-S.
The Patriots totaled 70 points to edge second-place G-MU/Morris (61) in second and Laurens/Milford in third (48).
CV-S took first in the 1,600- and 3200-meter relays as well as the triple jump.
In the 1,600, Silas Wilson, Luke Loveland, Jeb Magruder and Joe Pressly combined for a time of 3:56.5. Larry Kroon, Jade Chupakdee, Nate Diamond and Oskar Webster took first in the 3,200 relay in 10:53.53. Loveland and Andrew Oram totalled 70-1.5 in the triple jump relay to win by more than two feet.
Skyler Payne, Samuel Piedmonte, Brennan Finch and Brandon Richards took first in the 6,400 relay for GMU/Morris with a time of 22:06.88. The other G-MU/M win came from Dominick Carey and Jacob Walling in the discus.
Laurens/Milfor's lone victory came in the long jump, where Elias Barnes and Neil Cotten totalled 34-7.
The Downsville girls totaled 81 points to beat out Stamford (73) and CV-S (70).
Downsville earned five first-place finishes. Kenzy Hammond, Haley Peck, Peyton Darling and Lindsey Parks took first in the 6,000 relay. Zelda Adams, Parks, Kailee Young and Emily Brown won the 3,200 relay with a time of 10:52.9, and Young, Brown and Parks also won the sprint medley relay with Sam Severing. Adams was also on the winning triple jump relay team with Sabrina Purves, totaling 52-10.5.
Stamford won the 400 relay as Leanna McAuliffe, Georgia Lynch, Melanie Hoyt and Mary Andrews clocked a time of 56.44.
McAuliffe and Hoyt also won the distance medley relay with Megan Schweichler and Tryhnati Donato.
Hoyt and Lynch won the shot put, combining for a distance of 52-0.75.
CV-S' Allison Lennebacker, Rebecca Phillips, Rachel Rorick and Zoe Climenhaga won the 1,600 relay with a time of 4:47.72. Alana Latella-Devine, Phillips, Climenhaga and Lennebacker won the 800 relay, and CV-S also took first in the long jump as Latella-Devine and Phillips totalled 27-10.5.
The Delhi girls and Sidney boys dominated the field events to win the Midstate Athletic Conference relays on Tuesday.
Sidney won just two of eight events on the track, but won both throws, the pole vault and two jumps to take first with 71 points. Delhi took second with 52 and Unatego tied Walton for third with 40.
Kevin McEwan and Liam Matthews both contributed to four wins for Sidney. The duo joined Schuylar Rowe to win the shuttle hurdles with a time of 53.5, and teamed up with Jonathan Palmitier and Dan Calkins to win the 800 relay in 1:39.5.
McEwan also won both throws, combining with Chris Prentice to win the shot put with a distance of 80-3.5 and Ian Fogarty to win the discus at 196-2.
Matthews joined Charlie Miller to win the pole vault with a combined height of 19-6, while he and Rowe combined to win the long jump with a distance of 36-4.5.
Rowe and Jon McNamara combined for a high-jump score of 10-4, tying the duo from Delhi for first place.
Delhi rode a pair of wins on the track to second place overall. Jon Hadley, Ty Saleman and Diego Aguirre took the 3x1,600-meter relay in 14:51.6, while Saleman and Aguirre joined Jake Pitcher and Sam Lees to win the distance medley in 11:57.3.
Walton also won a pair of events on the track. Jose Mirabal, Morgan Condon, Zach Coviello and Isaac Westerfelt won the sprint medley in 3:51.0 for the Warriors. In the 400 relay, Mirabal, Condon and Coviello teamed up with Lucas Walley to win in 47.1.
Unatego won the 3,200 relay as the team of Nick Sousa, Aidan Cutting, Gavin Fetterman and Zach Craft crossed in 9:21.4. Harpursville/Afton won the 1,600 relay in 3:43.3 behind the team of Luke Merrill, Dawson Williams, Seth Foster and Slator Collins, while Nick Petruoni and Gavin Farrell won the triple jump for Bainbridge-Guilford at a combined distance of 80-8.75.
Delhi followed a similar formula on the girls side, winning just two of eight track events but four of the six others to total 68 points. Bainbridge-Guilford was second with 53, and Unadilla Valley was third with 39.
Cella Schnabel, Lonnie Weiss and Sienna Dorr all had a part in both Delhi wins on the track. The trio won the 3x1,500 relay in 17:05.9, and joined up with Lauren Dackard to take the distance medley in 14:46.2
Lindsey Wright and Cece Finn teamed up to win both of the throws for Delhi. The pair combined for a distance of 55-8.5 in the shot put and 159-11 in the discus.
Julian Eagle Road and Aolani McCarthy combined for a height of 14-0 in the pole vault to win the event for Delhi.
Jade Foster contributed to three wins for Unatego. She joined Anabel Rommer, Tatum Codington and Sonja Reyda to win the 1,600 relay in 4:39.0. She and Codington took the long jump in 30-11.5, and Rommer, Foster, Dana Stepp and Morgan Newman won the 800 relay in 1:55.6.
Bainbridge-Guilford totaled three wins as a team. Erica Selfridge joined Kristin Chambers to win the triple jump in 65-4.25, and teamed up with Zamira Caldwell, Ethne Degan and Justice Frankin to take the sprint medley in 4:49.4. Chambers, Franklin and Kate Porter won the shuttle hurdles in 56.4.
Unadilla Valley's team of Paige Catena, Kadence York, Sierra Schrog, Rebecca Ruffino won the 3,200 relay in 11:21.8, and Oxford's team of Emme Barbosa, Olivia Kelsey, Samme Emerson, Milla Gonzalez took the 400 relay in 54.8.
Norwich 4, Oneonta 3
Chris Catan won his 11th straight match for Oneonta, but the Yellowjackets dropped a narrow decision to Norwich in STAC play.
Abigail Thorsland also recorded a singles win for OHS, defeating Michael Zheng, 6-4, 6-1, in fourth singles.
Abigail Murray and Chao Lin earned a 7-6 (7-4), 6-2 win at second doubles for Oneonta' s third point in the defeat.
Delhi 4, Greene 1
Delhi tennis clinched the Midstate Athletic Conference regular season title with a 4-1 win over Greene.
Alex Haight won first singles over Brandon Whittaker, 6-0, 6-2, to improve to 7-0 on the year. Danny Rolfe won second singles for the Bulldogs, a 6-2, 6-3 decision over River McCumisky.
Jasper Koota and Miles Philion defeated Kevin Gyurik and Scout McCumisky in first doubles, while Brandon Bodo and Charlie Koota won second doubles.
The only Greene win came from Spencer Klumpp in third singles over Rija Francisco.
Delhi (9-0) hosts Cooperstown on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Cooperstown 181, Waterville 205, Canastota 269
Waterville's Gabe Williams won medalist honors, but Cooperstown carded the next four top scores in a tri-match win over Waterville and Canastota.
Williams finished with a 41 on the par-35 front nine at Leatherstocking GC. He was followed by all four Cooperstown scorers, led by Jack Lambert (42), Isaac Falk (44), Michael Kelley (46) and Nate Miller (49).
Canastota did not have a player score lower than 60.
TRACK AND FIELD
at Cherry Valley-Springfield
Boy results: CV-S 70, G-MU/Morris 61, Laurens/Milford 48, Downsville 47, SK/CV/Andes 46, Schenevus/Worcester 34, Franklin 30, Stamford 18, Edmeston 11, Richfield Springs 3.
6400 meter relay: G-MU (Skyler Payne, Samuel Piedmonte, Brennan Finch, Brandon Richards) 22:06.88.
400 relay: SK/CV/Andes (Michael Premura-Milton, Logan McCracken, Joey Ontl, Falcon Melvin) 48.09.
1600 relay: CV-S (Silas Wilson, Luke Loveland, Jeb Magruder, Joe Pressly) 3:56.5.
3200 relay: CV-S (Larry Kroon, Jade Chupakee, Nate Diamond, Oskar Webster) 10:53.53.
800 relay: Downsville (Alaniz Ruiz, Aaron Steele, Logan Cicio, Andrew Ruiz) 1:41.65.
Distance medley relay: Schenevus/Worcester (Nash Griffith, Jack Ballard, Dawson Rielly, Jeremy Southworth) 12:54.20.
Sprint medley relay: Downsville (Logan Cicio, Aaron Steele, Andrew Ruiz, Alaniz Ruiz) 3:58.91.
Shot put relay: Franklin (Chris Kuntz, Cole Ruff) 75-4.5.
Discus relay: G-MU (Dominick Carey, Jacob Walling) 231-5.5.
Long jump relay: Laurens (Elias Barnes, Neil Cotten) 34-7.
Triple jump relay: CV-S (Luke Loveland, Andrew Oram) 70-1.5.
High jump relay: Schenevus (Jonah Meiser, Josh Wayman) 10-4.
Girls results: Downsville 81, Stamford 73, Cherry Valley-Springfield 70, SK/CV/Andes 46, G-MU/Morris 28, Laurens/Milford 23, Franklin 11, Edmeston 10, Schenevus/Worcester 8, Richfield Springs 4.
6000 meter relay: Downsville (Kenzy Hammond, Haley Peck, Peyton Darling, Lindsey Parks) 27:07.8.
400 relay: Stamford (Leanna McAuliffe, Georgia Lynch, Melanie Hoyt, Mary Andrews) 56.44.
1600 relay: CV-S (Allison Lennebacker, Rebecca Phillips, Rachel Rorick, Zoe Climenhaga) 4:47.72.
3200 relay: Downsville (Zelda Adams, Lindsey Parks, Kailee Young, Emily Brown) 10:52.9.
800 relay: CV-S (Alana Latella-Devine, Rebecca Phillips, Zoe Climenhaga, Allison Lennebacker) 2:02.66.
Distance medley relay: Stamford (Leanna McAuliffe, Melanie Hoyt, Megan Schweichler, Tryhnati Donato) 15:31.4.
Sprint medley relay: Downsville (Sam Severing, Kailee Young, Emily Brown, Lindsey Parks) 4:48.80.
Shot put relay: Stamford (Madison Hoyt, Georgia Lynch) 52-0.75.
Discus relay: Downsville (Alisha Trautschold, Kailee Young) 147-4.
Long jump relay: CV-S (Alana Latella-Devine, Rebecca Phillips) 27-10.5.
Triple jump relay: Downsville (Zelda Adams, Sabrina Purves) 52-10.5.
High jump relay: Laurens (Gabriella Saggese, Mariah Saggese) 8-11.
Boys scores: Sidney 71, Delhi 52, Unatego 40, Walton 40, Bainbridge-Guilford 31, Harpursville-Afton 26, Unadilla Valley 23, Oxford 8, Greene 6, Deposit 0
Shuttle hurdles: Sidney (Kevin McEwan, Schuylar Rowe, Liam Matthews) 53.5.
3x1,600 relay: Delhi (Jon Hadley, Ty Saleman, Diego Aguirre) 14:51.6.
Sprint medley: Walton (Jose Mirabal, Morgan Condon, Zach Coviello, Isaac Westerfelt) 3:51.0.
Distance medley: Delhi (Ty Saleman, Jake Pitcher, Diego Aguirre, Sam Lees) 11:57.3.
1,600 relay: Harpursville/Afton (Luke Merrill, Dawson Williams, Seth Foster, Slator Collins) 3:43.3.
400 relay: Walton (Lucas Walley, Jose Mirabal, Morgan Condon, Zach Coviello) 47.1.
3,200 relay: Unatego (Nick Sousa, Aidan Cutting, Gavin Fetterman, Zach Craft) 9:21.4.
800 relay: Sidney (Kevin McEwan, Jonathan Palmitier, Dan Calkins, Liam Matthews) 1:39.5.
High jump: Sidney (Jon McNamara, Schuylar Rowe) 10-4, Delhi (Caffery, Sarkovski) 10-4.
Long jump: Sidney (Liam Matthews, Schuylar Rowe) 36-4.5.
Triple jump: Bainbridge-Guilford (Nick Petrutoni, Gavin Farrell) 80-8.75.
Pole vault: Sidney (Liam Matthews, Charlie Miller) 19-6.
Shot put: Sidney (Kevin McEwan, Chris Prentice) 80-3.5.
Discus: Sidney (Kevin McEwan, Ian Fogarty) 196-2.
Girls scores: Delhi 68, Bainbridge-Guilford 43, Unadilla Valley 39, Unatego 34, Harpursville/Afton 32, Oxford 29, Greene 12, Deposit 8, Sidney 8, Walton 6.
Shuttle hurdles: Bainbridge-Guilford (Kristen Chambers, Justice Franklin, Kate Porter) 56.4.
3x1,500 relay: Delhi (Cella Schnabel, Sienna Dorr, Lonnie Weiss) 17:05.9.
Sprint medley: Bainbridge-Guilford (Justice Franklin, Zamira Caldwell, Erica Selfridge, Ethne Degan) 4:49.4.
Distance medley: Delhi (Cella Schnabel, Lauren Dackard, Lonnie Weiss, Sienna Dorr) 14:46.2.
1,600 relay: Unatego (Jade Foster, Anabel Rommer, Tatum Codington, Sonja Reyda) 4:39.0.
400 relay: Oxford (Emme Barbosa, Olivia Kelsey, Samme Emerson, Milla Gonzalez) 54.8.
3,200 relay: Unadilla Valley (Paige Catena, Kadence York, Sierra Schrog, Rebecca Ruffino) 11:21.8.
800 relay: Unatego (Jade Foster, Dana Stepp, Anabel Rommer, Morgan Newman) 1:55.6.
High jump: Delhi (Grace, Wakin) 8-10.
Long jump: Unatego (Jade Foster, Tatum Codington) 30-11.5.
Triple jump: Bainbridge-Guilford (Erica Selfridge, Kristin Chambers) 65-4.25.
Pole vault: Delhi (Julian Eagle Road, Aolani McCarthy) 14-0.
Shot put: Delhi (Lindsey Wright, Cece Finn) 55-8.5.
Discus: Delhi (Lindsey Wright, Cece Finn) 159-11.
Norwich 4, Oneonta 3
Singles: Chris Catan (O) def. Carson Maynera (6-0, 6-0), Nate Christopherson (N) def. Reilly Catan (6-1, 6-4), Matt Giglio (N) def. Max Madej (6-3, 6-2), Abigail Thorsland (O) def. Michael Zheng (6-4, 6-1).
Doubles: Jon Ryan and Zac Marsh (N) def. Jayden Zakala and Tyler Zakala (5-7, 6-4, 6-4), Abigail Murray and Chao Lin (O) def. Julian Jones/Zac Russell (7-6 (7-4), 6-2). Andrew Brown and Carson Thorton (N) def. Madison Stanley and Erica Young.
Delhi 4, Greene 1
Singles: Alex Haight (D) def. Brandon Whittaker, 6-0, 6-2; Danny Rolfe (D) def. River McCumisky, 6-2, 6-3; Spencer Klumpp (G) def. Rija Francisco, 6-1, 6-4.
Doubles: Jasper Koota and Miles Philion (D) def. Kevin Gyurik and Scout McCumpsky, 6-3, 6-3; Brandon Bodo and Charlie Koota (D) def. Garrett Anders and Bryanna Kinney, 6-0, 6-2.
Cooperstown 181, Waterville 205, Canastota 269
at Leatherstocking GC
Par 35, Front 9
Cooperstown (4-0): Jack Lambert 42, Isaac Falk 44, Michael Kelley 46, Nate Miller 49
Waterville (4-1): Gabe Williams 41, Will Chouinard 49, Gavin Poyer 55, Jacob Neff 60
Canastota (0-4): Ray Wolsey 62, Kolby Evans 68, Ethan Agans 69, Skylar Donley 70