C-FP boys, Amsterdam’s Lazarou post wins
FORT PLAIN — Host Canajoharie-Fort Plain won the boys small-school team title at the 40th annual Fort Plain Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.
C-FP finished tied with Greenwich at 114 points before claiming the crown on the sixth-runner tiebreaker.
Johnstown (125 points) was third, Broadalbin-Perth (126) was fourth and Duanesburg (128) was fifth. Fonda-Fultonville (193) was ninth and Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville (320) was 13th. Mayfield and Dolgeville fielded an incomplete team.
Voorheesville’s Evan Ensslin won the 3-mile small-school boys race with a time of 16:26. Canajoharie-Fort Plain’s Andrew Yacobucci (16:52.41) was second, Duanesburg’s Boone Lynch (17:00.49) was third, Hoosic Valley’s Ben Corey (17:38.62) was fourth and Greenwich’s Sam Grimmke (17:46.35) was fifth.
Broadalbin-Perth’s Micah Smith (11th, 18:11.14), Johnstown’s Gabe Cole (13th, 18:16.21), Fonda-Fultonville’s Aiden Zenzen (16th, 18:29.17), Broadalbin-Perth’s Wyatt Couperus (18th, 18:31.67), Mayfield’s Tyler Newkirk (19th, 18:36.64) and Johnstown’s Mark Cwiakala (20th, 18:41.61) also posted top-20 finishes.
Michael Hoffman (18:30.20) was 17th for C-FP, while Michael D’Arcangelis (19:23.20) was 31st. Other C-FP finishers included Jason Huang (32nd, 19:29.91), A.J. Sullivan (4rd, 20:08.61), Sean Staples (66th, 21:02.20) and Louis Calbet (78th, 22:02.23).
Michael Simone (19:04.45) was 25th for Johnstown, while Zach Ropeter (19:54.82) was 39th. Other finishers for the Sir Bills included Justin Ferrara (41st, 20;00.22), Nathaniel Cotton (44th, 20;09.19) and Christian Germany (54th, 20:27.91).
Devon Becker (18:50.14) was 23rd for Broadalbin-Perth, while Daniel Dylong (19:22.96) was 30th. Other B-P finishers included Evan Smith (20:31.71), Preston Hadley (67th, 21:07.05) and Patrick Nellis (77th, 21:59.50).
Shane Viscosi placed 21st for FFCS, while Myles Anderson (19:44.32) was 36th. Anthony Gatto (53rd, 20:27.64) and Anthony Carcaci (84th, 22:51..34) also competed for the Braves.
Braiden Fredericks led Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville with a 45th-place finish in a time of 20:12.28. Other OESJ finishers included Chris Mayton (70th, 21:20.06), Skyler Barker (21:47.66), Seth Richardson (80th, 22:37.38) and Deegan Eggleston (81st, 22:37.66).
Riley Mykel (18:51.07) was 24th for Mayfield, Shawn Allen (21:59.22) was 76th and Adam Liebers (23:36.43) was 90th.
Dustin Benoit (20:30.65) was 55th for Dolgeville, while Roger Rinsley (23:53.75) was 91st.
Greenwich’s Brynne Wright won the 3-mile small-school girls race with a time of 18:11.86.
Mayfield’s Madison Relyea (18:15.96) was second and Greenwich’s Emma Cronin (18:29.33) was third.
Johnstown’s Julia Sarullo (12th, 20:23.81) and Fonda-Fultonville’s Mariah VanAvery (13th, 20:32.75) also posted top-20 finishes.
Kathryn Romano (21:11.56) was 31st for Johnstown, while Julia Preston (23:15.30) was 48th. Other finishers for the Lady Bills included Alexis Houser (69th, 24:22.82) and Brooke Grace (73rd, 24:56.04).
Hailie LaPratt (21:56.26) was 27th for FFCS, while Hannah Lewis (23:40.08) was 57th. Other finishers for the Lady Braves included Katie Dunham (60th, 23:49.04), Brittany Castelluccio (78th, 25:22.82), Alyson Shirley (84th, 26:04.18) and Raelyn Hattat (93rd, 28:34.35).
Sarah Larsen led Broadalbin-Perth, placing 50th with a time of 23:18.02. Jordyn DeNevuille (23:54.95) was 62nd for the Lady Patriots, Aubrey Jennings (23:56.17) was 64th and Jessie Brooks (25:40.77) was 83rd.
Madison Richardson (24:19.87) was 68th for Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville, while Jazmin Mumford (24:42.71) was 71st.
Greenwich won the small-school girls team title with 21 points. Voorheesville (121) was second and host Canajoharie-Fort Plain (137) was third.
Johnstown (199) was eighth and Fonda-Fultonville (202) was ninth. Broadalbin-Perth, Mayfield and Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville fielded incomplete teams.
Amsterdam’s Olivia Lazarou won the 3-mile large-school girls race with a time of 18:19.93.
Colonie’s Kathryn Tenney (19:02.52) was second and Guilderland’s Alexa Thompson (19:07.87) was third.
Lauren Santiago (21:46.34) was 35th for Amsterdam, while Skylar Grybos (21:55.62) was 39th. Other finishers for the Lady Rams included Brook Marshall (40th, 21:57.27), Gabby Feliciano (51st, 23:14.34) and Kayla Sondrup (56th, 23:57.11).
Daley Jo Christman was Gloversville’s top finisher, placing 22nd with a time of 20:33.43.
Rhea Winter (22:10.90) was 45th for the Huskies, Autumn Hardman (24:06.87) was 57th and Brenna Wooster (25:56.30) was 60th.
Arlington won the large-school team title with 54 points, Colonie (71) was second and Guilderland (84) was third. Amsterdam placed seventh with 161 points and Gloversville fielded an incomplete team.
Schalmont’s Antonio Beltran won the 3-mile large-school boys race with a time of 15:23.81. Arlington’s Colin Waters (15:30.62) was second and Schalmont’s Francisco Beltran (15:41.82) was hid.
Gloversville’s Skyler Reed was the top area finisher, placing 23rd with a time of 17:12.64.
Trevor Dzikowicz (17:22.05) was 29th for Amsterdam, while Marcos Santiago (20:08.15) was 70th.
Riley Lake (19:05.09) was 61st for Gloversville, Devon Pinckney (19:37.94) was 64th and Zack Rocas (21:53.92) was 76th.
Arlington won the large-school boys team title with 36 points, while Shaker was second with 76 points. Columbia (105) was third, Schalmont (118) was fourth and Scotia-Glenville (140) was fifth. Amsterdam and Gloversville both fielded incomplete teams.