Seton Catholic’s Margaret Champagne races to the finish line, followed by Plattsburgh High’s Emma Deshaies.
The Beekmantown Eagles, Saranac Chiefs and Seton Catholic Knights scored the Class B, C and D titles in boys cross country at the Cobble Hill Golf Course in Elizabethtown Nov. 4.
Dan Lennon of Peru, who has spent the season as one of the top two runners in the state, scored the individual victory with a time of 14.31, two seconds off the Cobble record.
Jeriqho Gadway of Plattsburgh High finished second, and was followed by Mitchell Ryan and Barrett Waling of Seton Catholic, Josh Wade of Saranac and the duo of Colin Quackenbush and Jordan West of Beekmantown.
Matt Simpson finished ninth overall for the Eagles and was followed by Indians Jared McLean and Kyler Agoney. Zach LePage of Saranac finished 12th, while Landon Gosselin of Northeastern Clinton finished 21st.
The Peru Indians, Saranac Chiefs and Seton Catholic Knights earned Section VII championships, while Margaret Champagne scored her second win in as many weeks against top competitors Emma Deshaies of Plattsburgh High and Ashley Leta of Peru.
Champagne crossed in a time of 18:23, four seconds ahead of Deshaies, who reversed her finishing position with Leta, who was 17 seconds behind the Hornet harrier.
Meghan Mazzella finished fourth for Peru and was followed by Nina Armstrong of Lake Placid, Phoebe Christopher of Seton, Cheyanne Dobozy and Maria Remillard of Peru, Maile Sapp of Beekmantown, Samantha Smith of Northeastern Clinton and Elena Beideck of Saranac Lake.
Gabby Armstrong of Lake Placid finished 12th, while Morgan Kelly of Saranac was 14th.
The Beekmantown volleyball team completed the Section VII season with a 25-15, 25-13, 25-20 against the Peru Indians Nov. 5.
Kendra LaFountain had 17 digs for the Eagles, while Molly Sorrell had four kills, with Shannon Ryan adding eight kills and three blocks and Kianna Archer tallying 22 assists.
Abby Higgins had 11 kills and 15 digs for the Indians, while Sam Banker had 12 assists.
The AuSable Valley Patriots avenged a pair of regular season losses to the Plattsburgh Hornets with a five game, 25-17, 25-17, 12-25, 14-25, 25-19, victory in the Class C championship game.
Noelle Miller had 10 kills for the Patriots, while Belle O'Toole had 12 digs and 17 assists, Jacquie Hoey had 24 digs and four aces, and Mirissa O'Neill had three aces and three kills.
Katie Cantwell had 16 kills for the Hornets, while Kianna Dragoon added 29 assists, Kadijah Brown eight kills, and Taylor Witkiewicz had five kills and three aces.
The Northern Adirondack Bobcats won the Class D volleyball title with a four game, 25-20, 25-23, 17-25, 26-24 victory over the Lake Placid Blue Bombers.
Nicole Durnin had 16 kills and 20 for the Bobcats, while Tessa King added 11 digs and seven kills, Ariel Filion had 16 digs and eight assists, Allison LaMountain seven kills and eight digs, Shonni Valasquez six kills and nine digs and Emma Trombley added 16 assists and six digs.
Olivia Dempsey had 15 assists for the Blue Bombers, while Francesca Pickett had 12 digs, Danielle Balestrini nine kills and 10 digs, Serina Hayes seven kills and 10 assists and Joanna Politi seven kills and seven digs.
The Plattsburgh High Hornets scored an impressive win in the Section VII swim championships in Clintonville Nov. 5, with host school AuSable Valley finishing second, Peru third and Moriah fourth.
In the relay events, the Hornets scored wins in the 200 medley 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle to sweep the events.
Sierra Cotrona opened the individual events with a win in the 200 freestyle, touching the wall in 2:04.64. Brin Keyser of PHS finished second, with Emily McCormick of AVCS finishing third.
Alexis Kelley of PHS scored a win in the 200 medley with a time of 2:26.42, while sister Brooke Kelley finished second and Mary Barkla of Peru finished third.
PHS swimmer Cara Sorenson touched the wall in 26.61 seconds to earn the 50-freestyle title, with Amanda Leonard of PHS finishing second and Alexis Provost of AVCS finishing third.
Alexis Kelley scored her second individual win in the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:05.58, with Kelsey Primard finishing second.
Sorenson won the 100 freestyle in a time of 1:00.19, with Leonard finishing second and Facteau finishing third.
Cotrona added a second win in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:34.68, with Taylor Hall of PHS finishing second and Rebecca Brown of Peru finishing third.
Barkla scored her first win of the meet in the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:09.81, followed by Hall.
Brooke Kelley scored a win in the 100 breaststroke, with Peru’s Amber Geddes finishing second and AuSable’s Sidney Murphy finishing third.