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Potsdam track teams split NAC meet against M-W

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MADRID - Brittany Pierce continued her explosive leadership as the Madrid-Waddington Girls Track-Field team raised its record to 7-1 with a 167-145 win over Potsdam (2-4) on Tuesday.

Pierce led the 100 dash, the long jump, the triple jump and combined with Mikayla Blair, Liz Ruddy and 200 dash medalist Taylor Lenney on the winning 400 relay team.

The Boys side of the meet saw Potsdam climb to 5-1 with a 156-71 win led by a four-time winner in Joe Bartlett who sailed to the head of long jump, triple jump and high jump fields and ran on the winning 1600 relay team..

The Lady Jackets swept relay honors and received 1-2 finishes in both the shot put and the discus throw from Katie Marcellus and Schiler Ashley.

The 3200 relay victory came through the efforts of 3000 run medalist Lauren Orosz, Cassidy Scott, Kaliegh Field and Jenn King and King, Lenney and Blair also ran on the 1600 relay victory with Abby Lanning.

Leading he Potsdam efforts were individual winners in Tarah Evans (100H), Christina Furl (1500), Kallie Bartlett (400), Madi Dow (800) and Tiffani Love (HJ).

The Stoner Boys also featured a triple medlaist in Ethan Vinson who led the 400 dash, the 800 run and combined with Ethan Kelly, 1600 run medalist James Merrill and Sam Lee on the winning 3200 relay team. Double medalist efforts also came from Kelly in the 3200, 1600 relays and Tyler Belleau who led the 100 and 200 dashes.

Peter Clark led the 400 hurdles and Tom Hobbs paced the 3200 run for the Stoners. Zach Marcellus led the M-W Boys winning the 110 hurdles and combining with Adam Villnave, Maurice Rease and Richard Wright to win the 400 relay. Zach Flanagan secured first place points in the shot put.

MEET AT MASSENA

Visiting Norwood-Norfolk swept honors in a meet at Massena where the 4-2 Flyer Boys prevailed 142-99 and the 3-3 Lady Flyers secured 173.5-144.5 win.

Conor Levison won the 110 and 400 hurdles and ran on the winning 1600 relay team to lead the Flyers. Cody Dominique registered a 400-200-400 relay triple in the victory while Jake Wellings won the long jump and ran on the 400 relay with Dominique, Nick King and Charlie White. King and White and Travis Hall joined Levison in the 1600 relay win. Other N-N winners were: Josh Eng (1600), Kevin Fulk (3200), Preston Mason (N-N) and Barrett Thomas (SP).

Double medalists Mike Ortman and Lucas Benedict led Massena. Ortman led the 800 run, Benedict paced the high jump and duo combined with Zach Frego and Nathan Marshall to take the 3200 relay. Andrew Brush won the 100 dash and Robert Cameron paced the triple jump for the Raiders.

The Lady Flyers featured four-time winners at either end of the running spectrum as Brianna Hayes led the 100, 200 and 400 dashes and the long jump and Kaycie Saucier paced the 800, 1500 and 3000 runs and also ran on the winning 1600 relay with 400 hurdles medalist Cadence Hunkins, Jannah Seguin and Jess Folk.

Brooke Cota paced the shot put and discus and Alexis Sweet led the triple jump. Natalie Pesolk won the 100 and 400 hurdles and ran in the winning 400 relay with Jacalyn Lamica, Katie Bronchetto and Cora Johnson to lead Massena.

Waheson Lazore won the high jump for the Raiders and Kathleen Kassian, Rachel Mott, Brooke Russell and Molli Richards combined to win the 3200 relay.

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