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HS track and field: Indian River boys place 2nd in Section 3 Class A-1


CAMDEN — Felix Garcia finished second in the 400-meter hurdles and contributed to all three first-place relays to help power the Indian River boys track and field team to second place during the Section 3 Class A-1 championships on Friday at Camden High School.

Indian River scored 130 points, while Jamesville-DeWitt earned the team title with 139 points. Carthage (42 points) finished seventh and Watertown (14) eighth.

Shelton Williams captured the high jump and ran on two winning relays, and Shane Davis claimed the 100 and 200 and anchored the 400 relay for Indian River. Tyler Wright won the discus and took third in the shot put for the Warriors.

Jakese Crockett was the long jump runner-up, third in the triple jump and ran on two first-place relays. Austin Millisor was third in the 400, fifth in the 800 and contributed to a pair of relays wins for Indian River.

The Warriors’ 3,200 relay, which included Williams, Ben Godin, Millisor and Garcia, broke a school record that was set by the same four runners last season. The foursome clocked a time of eight minutes, 14.75 seconds to better last year’s mark by nearly 11 seconds.

Garrett Posey placed second in the shot put, and Nick Anderson was third in the 3,000 steeplechase for Carthage.

Matthew Olney won the pentathlon for Watertown.


Dominic Sabatini captured the pole vault and contributed to the third-place 400-meter relay to highlight South Lewis results during the Class C-1 championships at Turin.

South Lewis scored 48 points for seventh place, while Sauquoit Valley was the top team with 163 points.

Sam Benzing took third in the pole vault and ran on the third-place 3,200 and 1,600 relays and the fifth-place 400 relay.

Ryan Teal placed second in the 800 and ran on all three relays, and Dylan Durgan was second in the 3,200.


Alize Jarrett captured the 400, fourth in the 200 and fifth in the 100 and contributed to the first-place 1,600 relay to lead Beaver River during the Class C-2 championships at Turin.

Beaver River finished second with 120 points, while winner West Canada Valley earned 194 points.

Cordel Brouty placed third in the long jump and fourth in the triple jump and ran on the first-place 1,600 relay and third-place 400 relay.

Travis Edwards was second in the 3,000 steeplechase, which was contested on May 21 at Canastota, and second in the 3,200. He also ran on the second-place 3,200 relay.

Brandon Delano took second place in the discus for Sandy Creek.

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