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Canton girls, FA boys capture Section 10 Indoor Track titles

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CANTON - Laura Pierce won three individual events, setting a Section 10 record in the 1,500-meter run, as Canton’s girls won the Section 10 team title at St. Lawrence University’s Newell Fieldhouse on Friday.

Canton finished with 160 1/2 points and Malone was second with 94.

Pierce, who was named the Most Valuable Runner, won the 1,000 and 3,000 and her time of 4 minutes, 43.5 seconds in the 1,500 set a Section 10 record.

Canton’s other individual winners were Emma Collins (55), Lindsay Proulx (55 hurdles) and Gemma DelRossi (600). The Golden Bears also won the 3,200 and 1,600 relays.

Beaver River’s Skylar Pastor, a South Jefferson student, won the 300 and was named the Most Valuable Field Event Performer.

Other girls individual champions included Potsdam’s Maddie Drechsel (long jump), Indian River’s Elizabeth Kolodgy (shot put) and Tupper Lake’s Samantha Ormsby (triple jump) and Hannah Klossner (high jump).

FA WINS BOYS TITLE

Four individual winners as well as a title in the 3,200 relay helped Franklin Academy take the boys title at the Section 10 meet with 152 1/2 points. OFA was second with 105.

Malone was led by Morgan Marlow, who won the 1,600 and was named Most Valuable Runner. Malone’s other wins came from Corey Lamere (3,200), Aaron Sharlow (long jump) and Abe Gravell (high jump).

Indian River’s Darrius Bryant won the 55 and the triple jump and was named Most Valuable Field Event Performer. OFA’s Alex Wood claimed the 600 and 1,000, matching the school record with his winning time in the latter.

Other boys champions included Beaver River’s Cody Updike (55 hurdles) and Indian River’s Felix Garcia (300) and Brandon Bliss (shot put).

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