PLATTSBURGH-The Saranac varsity track and field programs were dominate throughout the 2011 season, and put the exclamation point on that by sweeping the Section VII championship meet May 28.
The Chiefs boys team won their third straight title, edging out Ticonderoga.
Saranac's Corey Duval scored a win in the shot put, while Francis Frederick finished in second place.
Jeremy Bullis won the discus for the Chiefs, where the team swept the podium with Ryan St. Clair and Frederick.
Jake Martindale added a win in the 400-meter hurdles, while the team of Micah Patterson, Billy Badger, Casey Jackson and Martindale won the 1,600 relay.
Peru's Dan Lennon scored three wins in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200. Jonathyn Granger of Ticonderoga also scored three wins in the 100, 400 and long jump.
Ticonderoga's Jesse Perkins won the 200, Jay Hebert won the 110 hurdles
In the relays, the Plattsburgh team of Tre Bucci, Jordan Knight, Tevin Connors and Skyler Barriere won the 400 relay, while Seton Catholic's team of Justin Bresette, James Downs, Barret Waling and Zack Ziemer won the 3,200 relay.
In the field, Peru's Bryce Schnaars won the high jump, while Shawn Hendrix won the triple jump. Beekmantown's Devon Anderson earned the discus title.
Saranac scored 171 points, compared to Ticonderoga's 135. Peru had 112.
The Lady Chiefs won their fifth consecutive title in track and field, led by Alexandra Farrington, who won in the 100 hurdles, 400 hurdles and long jump.
Saranac's Maxine Rock won the triple jump, while Victoria Phaneuf and Trisha Helms scored the top two spots in the shot put.
On the track, Beekmantown's Jess Huber scored the wins in the 100 and 200, Northeastern Clinton's Molly Roush won in the 400 and 800, Plattsburgh's Emma Deshaies won the 1,500 and Seton Catholic's Anna Rabideau earned the 3,000 title.
In the relay events, The EKMW 400-relay team of Sodie Stoner, Haile Snyder, Delaney Sears and Athena Pepe scored a victory, while Plattsburgh's 1,600 relay team of Brin Keyser, Emma Deshaies, Rayanne Canet and Emy Russell and Seton's 3,200 relay team of Margaret Champagne, Rabideau, Phoebe Christopher and Paige Spittler also scored wins.
In the field events, Beekmantown's Emily Anderson won the discus, while Northeastern Clinton's Celine Bouvier won the high jump.
Saranac finished with 148 points, while Beekmantown scored 89 and Peru had 83.5 points.