MASSENA - The Norwood-Norfolk Central varsity boys and girls track teams came away with a sweep over host Massena Central in the lone NAC action staged on Monday.
The Flyers boys scored wins in all but four events en route to notching a 214-91 decision over the Raiders.
Connor Levison, Kyle Fulk and Travis Hall anchored the N-N effort with a pair of individual wins each. Levison swept the hurdles races, leading the 110 in 15.9 seconds and the 400 in 1:01.5. Fulk paced the distance scoring for N-N with wins in both the 1,600 and 3,200 in respective times of 5:03.7 and 10:55.2 while Hall led the 400 in 55.2 seconds and the 200 in 24.6 seconds.
Also posting solo firsts for the Flyers were Deven Grant in the 800 with a time of 2:11.4, Will Schiavone in the high jump at 52 and Derek Gibson in the discus at 1066.5. Jake Wellings placed second in the 100, the long jump, triple jump and high jump.
The Flyers swept the three relay races starting with the 3,200 where Grant and Kyle Fulk combined with Will Livernois and Connor Fulk combined to post a time of 9:58.6. Hall, Levison and Livernois teamed up with Preston White to claim the 1,600 relay in 3:53.1. The quartet of Livernois, White, Tyler Hardy and Andrew Hardy captured the 400 relay in 49.0 seconds.
Andrew Brush scored three of the four Massena wins, leading the 100 in 11.6 seconds, the long jump at 193.5 and the triple jump at 367.75. Eric McCarthy captured discus honors at 3511.
The Lady Flyers placed first in all but one event in claiming a 162-69 win over the Lady Raiders. Brianna Hayes led the way with wins in the 100 hurdles (16.9 seconds), the long jump (151), the high jump (410) and the shot put (289.5).
Kaycie Saucier switched from distance runner to sprinter in leading the 100 (14.4 seconds) and 200 (29.2 seconds) while Lily Parmeter notched wins in both the 400 (1:04.4) and 800 (2:43.3). Also logging solo wins for the Lady Flyers were Hannah Gray in the 1,500 (5:52.4), Cadence Hunkins in the 400 hurdles (1:14.4) and Kim Stewart in the triple jump (27).
Parmeter also combined with Skylar Fetter, Olivia Eng and Becca Mitchell to lead the 3,200 relay in 12:37. The quartet of Olivia Collins, Rachel Remington, Danielle Linsky and Jessie James won the 400 relay in 58.3 seconds. Remington, Mitchell, Parmeter and Saucier teamed up to win the 1,600 relay in 5:07.5.
Massenas lone first-place effort came in the discus where Kahsenniiosha Jacobs had a winning toss of 667.