Camden boys run to second place at Tri-Valley League Relays
The Camden boys track and field team placed second behind champion New Hartford at the Tri-Valley League Relays on Tuesday at Oneida High School.
Camden scored 71 points to trail New Hartford, which had 98. Oneida finished in fifth with 54, followed by RFA in sixth with 51.
Camden took home wins in the high jump relay and in the individual high jump event. Hunter Keil and Gavin Vera were on the relay team while Keil won the individual event.
Cyrille Greasley and Austin Thomas won the shot put relay for Camden and Greasley won the individual shot put event for the Blue Devils.
RFA earned first places in both the 400-meter relay and the 800 relay. Running the 400 relay were Bryan Rodriguez, Nate Korrigan, Matthew Meyers and Daniel Carpenter. For the 800, Meyers was switched out for Isaha Garner.
Ryan Swavely won the individual discus throw for the Black Knights.
Lucason breaks school record
Elizabeth Lucason set a school record for the Camden girls track team in the 1,500 run at the Westhill Invitational.
Lucason completed the run in 4 minutes, 49.68 seconds. The previous record was set by Gwen Proper in 2015.
Lucason also helped the Blue Devils run to a fourth-place finish in the 1,600 relay along with Faith McNett, Andromeda Yahoudy-Macner and MacKenzie Mix.
RFA girls shut out
The RFA softball team was blanked, 10-0, by West Genesee in non-league action. Olivia Deraway suffered the loss for the Black Knights, dropping her record to 2-1 on the season.
Oriskany downed at home
In a Center State Conference crossover softball matchup, Oriskany fell 7-2 at home to Little Falls.
Suffering the loss in the circle for the Redskins was Matteson Hoehn.
HP falls in non-leaguer
Jensyn Warren drove in two runs, but it wasn’t enough as the Holland Patent softball team fell to Whitesboro, 7-5, in a non-league road contest.
Warren, Anna Healy and Madison Brown also doubled for the Golden Knights in the loss.