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Campanian places sixth at state cross country

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ELMA — Victoria Campanian of South Lewis finished sixth out of 113 other competitors in the Class D girls race to highlight area runners during the state cross-country meet on Saturday at Elma Meadows Golf Course.

In boys competition, Morgan Marlow was 12th in Class B to lead Malone to fourth place, while Nick Tyler of South Jefferson was 13th.

South Lewis freshmen Christina Platt and Sierra Corbett were 22nd and 23rd, respectively, as the South Lewis girls team scored 81 points to finish third out of 10 teams. Maple Grove captured the team title with 42 points. Madeline Montague won the race for Greenwich (63), which placed second.

Gabby Thompson took 12th place for Immaculate Heart Central, while Kaycie Saucier was 26th to lead Norwood-Norfolk, the seventh-place team in Class D girls.

The Malone boys scored 126 points, while Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons captured the team title with 63. Malone’s Conor Gordon, who was expected to place in the top 10, finished 60th out of 125. Ryan Manahan of Marcellus won the race.

Alex Hall finished 13th to guide Beaver River to third place in Class D boys. Beaver River scored 86 points, while Mount Academy won the team title with 54 points. Barker (69) took second place.

Beaver River’s Nathan Cobb and Dustin Neddo finished 25th and 34th, respectively, out of 118 runners. Eighth-grader Kyle Fulk crossed the finish line 58th to lead Norwood-Norfolk.

In Class C boys, Ethan Vinson of Potsdam finished 17th. Jeffrey Antolos of Notre Dame-Batavia claimed the race, while Pawling (42 points) was the top team.

Maria Ricalton and Rebecca DelRossi took 36th and 37th, respectively, in Class B girls to pace Canton to sixth place with 143 points. Laura Pierce, a Lisbon runner who competes for Canton, finished 44th. Academy of Holy Names was the team winner with 38 points, and Megan Young of Nanuet won the race.

Madison Dow was 80th to pace Potsdam in Class C girls. Natalie Tanner of Rye Neck crossed the finish line first, and Bronxville scored 36 points to secure the team victory.

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