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Gouverneur boys cap unbeaten NAC track season with win over N-N


GOUVERNEUR — Three athletes won two events to lead the Gouverneur boys track and field team to a 123 1/2-117 1/2 win over Norwood-Norfolk Thursday, clinching the Northern Athletic Conference regular-season championship for the Wildcats (10-0 overall).

Jose Flores won the 100-meter dash and the 200 for Gouverneur. Adrian McShane finished first in the high jump and long jump and Alex Prespare claimed the shot put and discus.

Connor Levison led the Flyers (8-2) with wins in the 110 hurdles and 400 hurdles.

M-W 128, Potsdam 71: Josh Reed finished first twice to lead Madrid-Waddington past the Sandstoners (2-7-1) in Potsdam.

Reed won the 800 and the triple jump for the Yellow Jackets (6-4).

OFA 175, Massena 60: Three Blue Devils claimed two wins in a victory over Massena (4-6) in Ogdensburg.

Donovan Smith won the 400 and the 800 for OFA (7-3). Joe Grizzuto won the 1,600 and the high jump and Jacob Sias finished first in the 200 and the triple jump.


N-N 169, Gouverneur 155: Kaycie Saucier and Brianna Hayes each won three events as Norwood-Norfolk (8-2) edged the Wildcats in Gouverneur.

Saucier won the 800, 1,500 and 3,000 for Norwood-Norfolk and Hayes claimed the 400, long jump and high jump.

Ciara Spicer led Gouverneur (7-3) with wins in the 100 and 200.

M-W 159, Potsdam 114: Gabby Scott (400, 800) and Hannah Marcellus (100 hurdles, 400 hurdles) each won two events as Madrid-Waddington (5-5) defeated the Sandstoners in Potsdam.

Maddie Drechsel led Potsdam (3-7) with wins in the 100 and 200.

OFA 194, Massena 102: Kurstyn Macaulay and Chelsea Montroy both finished first twice to lead the Blue Devils past Massena (4-6) in Ogdensburg.

Macaulay won the 800 and 1,500 for OFA (4-6) and Montroy finished first in the shot put and discus.

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