NORFOLK - The Norwood-Norfolk Central varsity girls track team scored wins in all but five events en route to claiming a 190-127 NAC decision at home over OFA on Tuesday.
Brianna Hayes, a Parishville-Hopkinton Central student, generated first-place finishes in the four events she entered to spark the Lady Flyers, who improved to 3-0. Hayes won the long jump at 149, the shot put at 274, the 400 in 1:05.7 and the high jump at 48. Kaycie Saucier paced both the 1,500 (5:19.2) and the 3,000 (11.46). Scoring solo firsts in the winning effort were Madi Seguin in the 100 hurdles (17.8 seconds), Cadence Hunkins in the 400 hurdles (1:17.8) and Olivia Collins in the 200 meters (30.9 seconds).
N-N also swept the three relay races. Saucier combined with Hannah Gray, Skylar Fetter and Natasha Dominique to win the 3,200 in 11:39.1. Collins teamed up with Lily Parmeter, Danielle Linsky and Rachael Remington to lead the 400 in 58.4 seconds. The quartet of Parmeter, Remington, Gray and Hunkins captured the 1,600 in 5:02.5.
The Lady Flyers head to Tupper Lake on Thursday for a tri-meet that will also include Franklin Academy.
In the other NAC dual meets on Tuesday, Canton outscored Potsdam 148-116, Gouverneur downed Massena 200-93 and Franklin Academy dropped Madrid-Waddington 218-90.
Canton 148, Potsdam 116: In Potsdam, the Lady Sandstoners were anchored by the sprint efforts of Maddie Drecshel, who won the 100 in 13.3 seconds and the 200 in 27.9 seconds. Ally Miller accounted for the lone other solo first after by leading the shot put standings at 527. Lauren Lucht logged second-place efforts in the 100 and 400 hurdles along with the triple jump while Madi Dow placed second in both the 400 and 800-meter runs.
Drecshel also combined with Marissa McIntosh, Heidi Visser and Kayla Phillips to pace the 1,600 relay in 5:16.3.
Gouverneur 200, Massena 93: In Massena, Jacalyn Lamica led the host Lady Raiders with wins in the 100 hurdles (18.2 seconds) and high jump (410) and a third-place effort in the 400 hurdles. Allison Dix (long jump), Kalie Peets (800 meters) and Brenna Burns-Barnes (1,500 meters) each contributed second-place points.