NORFOLK - The Norwood-Norfolk Central varsity boys and girls cross country teams doubled their unbeaten records to 4-0 on Tuesday after gaining an NAC sweep at home over Potsdam and Gouverneur.
The Flyers boys survived a 1-2 finish by Gouverneur by having their sixth-place runner place ahead of his Wildcats counterpart in matchup that ended in a 28-28 draw before being decided by tiebreaker rules.
Luke Dunkelberg was the overall leader in a time of 17:39 followed by teammate Jake Erdman in 17:45. The Flyers took the next three places led by Kyle Fulk in 17:54 ahead of Adam Saucier in 19:05 and Devin Grant in 19:07.
Tyler Hardy wound up being the decisive finisher for N-N when he ran 11th overall in 20:22, two seconds ahead of Gouverneurs Mark Dunkelberg.
Also competing for the Flyers were Gage Orologio (19:57), Dan Sweet (20:05) and Connor Levison (20:12).
The Flyers also posted a 17-45 decision over Potsdam to complete their sweep, Ben Miller was the top Sandstoner finisher, placing seventh overall in 19:36.
The top five Lady Flyers finished in the top 11 runners as they beat Gouverneur 23-35 and Potsdam 23-36.
Kaycie Saucier led the field in a time of 20:09 followed by teammate Hannah Gray in 20:53 while Potsdams Madi Dow ran third in a time of 21:46.
Also scoring for N-N were Skyler Fetter, who was seventh in 24:05, Madison Stewart, who was 10th in 25:15, and Kate Wellings, who was 11th in 25:43.
Marie Aumell was the next top finisher for Potsdam, placing sixth in 23:21.
After competing in the second annual Salmon River Invitational this Saturday in Fort Covington, both Flyer teams take their unbeaten records to Malone next Tuesday to take on their undefeated Franklin Academy rivals.
In other NAC cross country meets on Tuesday, FA gained a sweep over host OFA and Brushton-Moira in both the boys and girls races while a meet in Tupper Lake saw the Canton girls run against incomplete Salmon River and Tupper Lake teams while the Tupper Lake boys won their meets 22-37 over Canton and 15-40 over Salmon River.