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Two local indoor track and field teams started their season Saturday, as Moravia and Union Springs/Port Byron competed at the 607 Invitational at SUNY Cortland.

At the 9 a.m. session, Moravia's Alexis Anderson was the runner-up in the girls 55m dash (8.09) and fourth in the girls 300m dash (48.38), Jared Russell came in third in the boys 3200m run (11:41.95), Andrew Badman was third in the boys 600m run (1:37.94), Taryn Langtry was third in the girls high jump (4-2) and Rachel Badman placed fifth in the girls shot put (23-6).

The boys 1600m sprint medley team of Badman, Ben Bilinski, Carter Lucas and Nick Marnell placed fifth (4:26.13).

In the 1 p.m. session, Union Springs/Port Byron's Allayna Dillon, Jodie Jenkin, Gabi Balog and Rebecca Colgan placed second in the girls 1600m sprint medley (4:56.75). Colgan also finished third in the girls 600m run (1:52.62), while Jenkin was fifth in both the girls 300m dash (50.39) and girls high jump (4-2).


Weedsport 75, South Seneca 54: Matt Powers paced the Warriors with 19 points, while Joel Blumer was next up with 18 points. Justin Miles chipped in 10.

Weedsport is home against Cato-Meridian on Wednesday.



Southern Cayuga 68, Cato-Meridian 28: The Chiefs rolled out to a 43-11 lead at halftime in the win.

All seven players scored for the Southern Cayuga, led by Catie Kopp who nearly had a triple-double with 22 points, 15 steals, nine assists and three rebounds.

Kopp was one of three Southern Cayuga players to hit double digits, as Lauren Sherman totaled 18 points with four rebounds, three steals and two assists, and Brooke Walter had 11 points in addition to four rebounds, four steals and three assists. Sophia Bennett had a team-high eight rebounds along with six points and two steals.

Southern Cayuga hosts Odessa-Montour Tuesday.


Skaneateles 9, Massena 3: Meg Teachout recorded six points on four goals for the Lakers, while Ioanna Christou had a goal and two assists. Lilly Marquardt, Olivia Cox and Sophia Burns also scored. Rachelle Cain was credited with two assists, while Campbell Torrey, Katrona Harter and Sophia Powless chipped in with one assist each.

Evie Sheridan played two periods and made nine saves, while Rose Kozub played one period and made three saves.


McQuaid 7, Auburn 2: Johnny Malandruccolo (assist) and Brendan Williams scored goals for the Maroons. Ty Hlywa, Austin Black and Ross Burgmaster nabbed assists. Aaron Kowal made 20 saves, while Jackson Siddall had eight saves.

Auburn is home against Cicero-North Syracuse Tuesday.


Cortland 3, Port Byron 0: The Panthers fell by scores of 25-22, 25-17 and 25-20.

Emily Ryan had a team-high six kills along with two blocks and one ace. Sophie Redmond had four aces, two kills and four blocks. Nadia Edley chipped in with three aces, one kill, two assists, three blocks and four digs, while Rileigh Gray led the team with five assists and she added two aces and two digs.


Union Springs/Port Byron faced Groton, with the boys taking three points while the girls took all four.

Leading the Wolves' boys was Mitchell Hamel's 620 (231, 235), James Casbarro's 576 (223), Michael Jesmer's 543 (222), and Matt Ward's 528. Leading the girls were Keri Jesmer's 597 (266), Colleen Jump's 551 (205), and Alexis Colbert's 502.

US/PB hosts Newark Valley Monday at Starlite Lanes.

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