In a Center State Conference boys cross country quad-meet, Sauquoit Valley, Holland Patent, Clinton and host Westmoreland all competed on Wednesday.
Sauquoit defeated Clinton, 19-41; Holland Patent beat Clinton 20-39; Sauquoit downed Holland Patent 23-33; Sauquoit defeated Westmoreland 16-47 and Holland Patent beat Westmoreland 17-46.
Logan Houck, Sauquoit Valley, was the top overall finisher, running a time of 18 minutes and 22 seconds. Matt Hanna, also from Sauquoit, was the second overall finisher with a time of 18:31.
HP’s Richard Zielenski finished third overall and first for the Golden Knights with a time of 18:52. Teammate Charles Howe was fourth overall and second for HP with a time of 18:56. Jonas Meays finished seventh overall and third for HP with a time of 19:48. David Mathewson was fourth for the Golden Knights and 12th overall with a time of 21:20. Chris Kelly was 14th overall and fifth for Holland Patent with a time of 21:40. Nicholas Race was 17th overall and sixth for HP with a time of 22:22. Cole Jensen followed Race, finishing 18th overall with a time of 22:28.
Clinton’s Joey Detraglia was sixth overall and first for the Warriors with a time of 19:44. Jason Rivera was second for Clinton and 15th overall with a time of 21:57. Matt Squires was 19th overall and third for Clinton with a time of 22:29. Lees Divine was 24th overall and fourth for Clinton with a time of 23:53. Wyatt Forbes finished fifth for Clinton and 28th overall with a time of 24:49.
Westmoreland’s John Stopera finished 10th overall and first for the Bulldogs with a time of 20:44. Daelen Weston was 21st overall and second for Westmoreland with a time of 22:37 and Anthony Tisi was 22nd overall and third for Westmoreland with a time of 23:15. Mason Catello was fourth for Westmoreland with a time of 26:45 and William Ballou was fifth for the Bulldogs with a time of 30:48.
In the girls meet, Clinton finished with a score of 18 while Sauquoit was incomplete; Clinton scored a 23 while Westmoreland was incomplete and Westmoreland finished with a score of 7 while Sauquoit was incomplete.
Kate Stockwell was the top overall finisher for the Clinton girls with a time of 22:17. Wynnyn Davignon was the second finisher for Clinton and fourth overall with a time of 24:23. Carina Pascucci finished third for the Warriors and sixth overall with a time of 25:52. She was followed baby teammate Bianca Siepiola with a time of 25:53 and Ciara Kelly with a time of 25:57.
Tessie Shafer was the first finisher for Westmoreland and the second overall finisher with a time of 22:41. The third overall finisher and second finisher for Westmoreland was Marlee Shafer with a time of 23:00. Lily Mazur finished ninth overall and third for the Bulldogs with a time of 29:42.
RFA swept by New Hartford
In a TVL girls tennis match Wednesday, RFA was swept by visiting New Hartford, 7-0.
The Black Knights are 1-5 this season and visit Proctor High of Utica on Friday for a 3:30 p.m. start.
Clinton wins CSC match
The Clinton girls tennis team defeated visiting CSC foe Little Falls, 4-1, on Tuesday.
Winning for the Warriors in singles action was Emily Le and Victoria Elefante.
In doubles action, the teams of Maggie Bailey and Alayna Krom won and Karina Davis and Alena Wratten also were victorious.
Clinton is 7-2 on the season and plays host to Cazenovia on Friday at 4:30 p.m.