Peru 70, Plattsburgh 61
Peru 83, Plattsburgh 53
The Peru boys and girls track and field teams swept past the Hornets during a league meet April 27.
Shawn Hendrix led the Peru boys with wins in the 100-meter hurdles, 400-meter hurdles and the long jump, while Charles Remillard (3,200-relay and 1,600), Daniel Lennon (3,200-relay and 800) and Travis Turgeon (100 and 200) each won two events.
Three girls picked up a trio of wins for the Lady Indians, including Mary Mazzella (3,200-relay, 1,600-relay, 100), Ashley Leta (3,200-relay, 1,600-relay, 800) and Lyndsay Lamica (100-hurdles, 400-hurdles, 1,600-relay). Lea Perry also scored wins in the triple and high jumps for Peru.
Tre Bucci paced the Hornets with wins in the 400-relay, 400 and 1,600-relay, while Andrew Favro (discus, 1,600-relay) and Jordan Knight (400-relay, 1,600-relay) each scored two wins.
Garcie Chilsom won in the distance events for the Lady Hornets, while Rayanne Cayet won in the 400-relay and long jump.
Saranac 104, Beekmantown 28
Saranac 89, Beekmantown 43
Brandon Bushey scored four wins for the Chiefs and Jake Spear set two school records in beating the Eagles April 28.
Spear set new marks in the long jump and triple jump, both previously held by alum Ben Depo.
Bushey scored wins in the 100, 200, 400 and 1,600-relay, while Micah Patterson helped the Chiefs win two relay events.
For the Lady Chiefs, Jess Huber scored wins in the 100 and 200 as well as the long jump, while Alex Farrington, Maxine Rock and Ellen Thew scored two wins each for Saranac.
Devon Anderson scored wins for the Eagles in the high jump and discus, while Emily Anderson won the discus on the girls side for Beekmantown and Victoria Phaneuf won the shot put.
CVAC Division I Invitational
The Saranac boys and girls varsity teams each scored wins as the host team for the Division I invitational meet, scoring 176 points and 150 points, respectively.
Ryan Kerner (400-hurdles), Brandon Bushey (200), Jake Spear (long jump), Jonathan Brown (high jump), Corey Duval (shot put) and Jeremy Bullis (discus) each scored wins for the Chiefs, who also scored wins in the all the relay events except the 1,600, which was won by Plattsburgh, while Saranac Lake won the 400-relay and sprint medley relay.
Plattsburgh's Jordan Knight won the triple jump and was part of the relay win.
Alexandra Farrington (400-hurdles), Emily Crawford (triple jump), Victoria Phaneuf (shot put) and Trisha Helms (discus) won for the Lady Chiefs, who also scored three relay victories.
The Peru Indians won the 3-by-1 mile relay event, while Saranac Lake won the shuttle hurdle relay.
Jess Huber scored three wins for the Beekmantown squad in the 200, long jump and 3,200.
Plattsburgh won the distance and 1,600 relays.
Northeastern Clinton's Celine Bouvier won the high jump.