SHERBURNE – Chenango Forks and Tully each placed at least three of five scoring runners among the top-10 finishers, and came away with the team titles at the 30th Annual Sherburne-Earlville Cross Country Invitational Saturday.
Luke Warpus and Mike George placed second and fourth for the Blue Devils to lead them by runner-up Cazenovia. Caz’s Sean Satchwell was the overall boys winner timing 18:26 over the difficult Marauders course.
S-E’s Ian Benedict topped the host club placing fifth in 19:30.
On the girls’ side, Tully’s Ellen Jaworski finished first overall among the 37 ladies at the starting line to spearhead her club’s victory. Remsen, who did not have enough runners to score, placed four runners among the top eight.
Gabby Huff led the Marauders taking 22nd in 26:37.
Results from the 30th Annual S-E Cross Country Invitational
Team scores (incomplete teams not included): Chenango Forks, 33; Cazenovia, 38; Oriskany, 91; Sherburne-Earlville, 94; Mount Markham, 95; Canastota, 97.
Top-10 runners: Sean Satchwell, (Caz), 18:26; Luke Warpus (CF), 18:55; Anthony Mitchell (Cana), 19:16; Mike George (CF), 19:27; Ian Benedict (SE), 19:30; Chris Roberts (CF), 19:31; Zachary Sterling (MM), 19:32; Dimitri Cobacz (CF), 19:33; Kevin Ridings (Caz), 19:43; Drew Devendorf (Caz), 19:53.
Other S-E scoring runners: Ryan Palmiter (15), 20:31; Ethan French (21), 21:13; Kyle Cross (24), 21:46; Cade Shea (29), 24:53.
Team scores (complete teams only): Tully, 38; Canastota, 44; Chenango Forks, 44, Oriskany, 84.
Top-10 finishers: Ellen Jaworski (T), 21:27; Rachel Bargabas (Can), 21:35; Erin O’Connor (Remsen), 22:29; Anna Robert (Rem), 22:33; Mackenzie Bolt (T), 23:04; Aurelia Pellettiere (T), 23:16; Mary Page (CF), 23:30; Ashley O’Connor (Rem), 23:34; Alexa McCarthy (Cana), 23:57; Kelly Saroka (CF), 24:14.
S-E finishers: Gabby Huff (22), 26:37; Kaylee Scott (27), 27:19; Sierra Ulrich (36), 33:55; Abby Ryan (37), 34:42.
Chenango Valley 2, Norwich 1
FENTON – Norwich was unable to duplicate its win over Chenango Valley from earlier this season dropped a one-goal loss to the Warriors Friday.
After a scoreless first half, CV put together a pair of goals with the lone answer coming from NHS’s Cameron Prime. Prime scored unassisted on a direct kick. “I thought the goal would spark us, but we just didn’t do the job,” said Norwich coach Steve Prime. “We’re hoping for a better showing next week.”
(0-0 at half)
Goals: (CV) Illsey, 1-0; Nick Schmidt, 1-0; (N) Prime, 1-0.
Shots-corners: (N) 10-8; (CV) 9-2.