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Massena track team settle for NAC split at home against M-W

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MASSENA - The Massena Central boys and girls track teams settled for an NAC split at home against Madrid-Waddington on Tuesday in a double-dual meet that also included Salmon River.

BOYS MEET

In the boys meet, the Raiders outscored M-W 154-84 while M-W stopped Salmon 170-36.

Andrew Brush anchored the Massena scoring with three individual wins, leading the 100 meters, the 200 and the long jump. Also scoring solo firsts for the Raiders were; Mike Ortman in the 1,600, Carlos Menchon in the 400, Nate Marshall in the 3,200, Lucas Benedict in the high jump at 5’, Cody Coggshell in the triple jump and Anthony Cortese in the discus. The Raiders also swept the three relay races.

Zach Marcellus won both the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles in to pace the Yellowjackets. Zach Flanagan led the shot put and Adm Villnave paced the 800 meters.

GIRLS MEET

M-W outscored the host Raiders 173.5-139.5 and Salmon River 210-54.

Brittany Pierce and Katie Marcellus led M-W with two wins apiece. Pierce won the long jump and the triple jump while Marcellus swept shot put at 31’8” and the discus. Also posting individual firsts for M-W were Jen King in the 400, Lauren Orosz in the 400 hurdles and Kaleigh Field in the 800. Field, King and Orosz combined with Cassidy Scott to win the 3,200 relay. Pierce combined with Liz Ruddy, Mikayla Blaird and Taylor Lenney to pace the 400 relay and King, Blair, Field and Angela Mattie shared 1,600 relay honors

For Massena, Waheson Lazore claimed the 100 hurdles and the high jump while Jacalyn Lamica captured the 100 meters and the 200 meters. Renee Deruchia paced the 3,000 meters in 12:10 to account for the other Massena.

CANTON TEAMS SWEEP

Four Canton athletes were multi-event winners as the Golden Bears defeated Clifton-Fine 200-40 and earned a 199-58 win over host Tupper Lake in a double-dual meet.

Lisbon student-athlete Laura Pierce won the 1,500 meters and 800 for Canton (4-0). Lindsay Proulx won the 100 hurdles and high jump. Jennifer Lomaki won the long jump and triple jump and Maria Ricalton won the 400 and 3,000. Lindsey Johnson led Clifton-Fine (0-2) winning the shot put and discus.

Curtis Barney won the 800 and was on winning 3,200 and 400 relays as Canton (2-2) defeated Clifton-Fine 104-46 and host Tupper Lake 118-42 in a double-dual meet.

Brady Hayden led C-F (0-2) with wins in the 400, 200, long jump and triple jump.

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