Mayfield girls place at Queensbury Invy
NORTH CREEK — The Mayfield girls’ Nordic ski team placed second at the Queensbury Invitational Saturday at the Gore Mountain Nordic Ski Center.
The Lady Panthers were topped by Saranac Lake, 11-21, while Johnstown placed ninth in the meet with 102 points.
Mayfield’s Madison Relyea turned in a time of 16:47.1 over the 5K course and finished second to Saranac Lake’s Sophia Kelting who finished with a time of 16:27.8.
Fianna Halloran placed fifth for Mayfield with a time of 19:06.9, while Delaney LaFontaine placed 14th with a time of 21:34.4 and Tatjana Bjelica finished 17th with a time of 22:01.9.
For Johnstown, Molly Sweeney placed 24th with a time of 22:52.1, while Hannah Maxson was 38th in 28:52.4 and Nicole Simon placed 40th in 29:14.8.
The Mayfield boys placed seventh at the meet with 74 points and Johnstown finished ninth with 128 points.
Braydon Jourden led the Panthers with his 17th-place finish in 17:30.3, while Shawn Allen placed 19th in 18:06.4 and Dylan Merk was 38th with a time of 21:55.6.
For Johnstown, Trey Naselli placed 35th with a time of 20:46.1, while Jayden Elston was 46th in 25:33.2 and Gus Fagan placed 47th in 26:29.0.
Andrew Landry wins The American Express
LA QUINTA, Calif. (AP) — Andrew Landry was reeling after blowing a six-stroke lead on the back nine Sunday in The American Express.
He regrouped — telling caddie Terry Walker, “Let’s go get this job done, like, quit messing around” — to win his second PGA Tour title with a shot to spare.
Landry broke a tie with Abraham Ancer with a 7-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole, the jagged rock-ringed, island-green par 3 called Alcatraz.
“That was probably the shot of the tournament for me,” Landry said. “Just to be able to go over there and, to that right hole location, and just hold one up and hit a good distance and have a 7-, 8-footer to look at. … Thankfully, it went in and kind of made 18 a little bit easier.”