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NORFOLK - The Norwood-Norfolk varsity girls track team finished the regular season by clinching a share of the NAC banner with a 178-134 decision at home over Massena on Wednesday.

The Lady Flyers wound up in a three-way tie for the top spot in the final standings at 9-1 along with Canton and Franklin Academy, which also won their NAC curtain calls on Wednesday.

N-N gained a sweep over Massena with the boys posting a 139-97 decision while the Potsdam Central boys and girls teams were swept by FA.

The Section 10 teams will spend the next week preparing for the Championship Meet slated for next Wednesday and Thursday at OFA starting at 4:15 p.m. both days.

MEET AT N-N

The Lady Flyers, guided by veteran coach Kent Fetter, scored wins in all but four events in downing the Lady Raiders. Kaycee Saucier was a triple medalist for N-N, pacing the 800, 1,500 and 3,000-meter runs. Leah Livernois won both the 100 and 400. Scoring solo firsts in the winning effort were Megan Seguin in the 100 hurdles, Cadence Hunkins in the 400 hurdles, Brianna Hayes in the 200 and Emily Laroe in the triple jump.

The quartet of Hannah Gray, Lily Parmeter, Olivia Eng and Natasha Dominique combined to lead the 3,200 relay. Laroe, Livernois and Hayes also teamed up with Olivia Collins to capture the 400 relay. Livernois, Parmeter, Hunkins and Laroe closed out the meet by claiming the 1,600 relay.

Amber Cunningham led Massena with wins in both the shot put and discus. Alison Dix led the long jump standings and Jacalyn Lamica won the high jump.

The Flyer boys posted 10 first-place efforts in their win. Connor Levison led the way with wins in the 110 hurdles and 400 hurdles. Earning solo wins were Deven Grant in the 1,600, Aaron Chandler in the shot put, Travis Hall in the 400, Kyle Fulk in the 3,200, Will Schiavone in the high jump, Zach Gibson in the discus and Jake Wellings in the triple jump.

Grant and Levison teamed up with Tyler Hardy and Adam Saucier to win the 3,200 relay.

Andrew Brush paced Massena with wins in the 100 and long jump. Tristan Nichols captured the 800 and Kyle Nicholson led the 200.

Brush and Nicholson also combined with Matei Krcmar and Andrew Harvey to win the 400 relay. Nicholson ran on the winning 1,600 relay team as well along with Taylor Brault, Noah Kormanyos and Stephen Grigg.

MEET IN MALONE

The Sandstoner boys managed to win two events against the undefeated Huskies as Peter Clark captured the 110 hurdles then teamed up with O’den Robertson, Ebuka Ononye and Thomas Hobbs to win the 400 relay as Potsdam fell by the score of 166-62.

In the girls meet, Maddie Dreschel accounted for three of the Lady Sandstoners wins in a 193-125 loss as she won the 100, the 200 and the long jump while Arielle Stoian captured high jump honors.

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