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Runners depart the beginning line for the varsity boys race throughout Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Affiliation cross nation motion Tuesday at Southwestern.WEST ELLICOTT — Lukas Baer received the common season off on the correct foot Tuesday with a victory within the boys race throughout Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Affiliation cross nation motion at Southwestern Central Faculty.The Maple Grove senior adopted up a fifth-place end eventually weekend’s Knox Invitational with a successful time of 17:36 on Tuesday.
The host Trojans picked up the group victory with 28 factors after Nate Lewis completed second and Ethan Luce completed third. The Pink Dragons had been second with 50 factors and Franklinville/Ellicottville was third with 58 factors, led by Maddox Bush’s fourth-place end. Silver Creek/Forestville was fourth with 94 factors, led by Ethan Perryman in thirteenth.
Maple Grove’s Allison Bohall received the women race in 22:18 because the Pink Dragons almost accomplished a top-five sweep. Abby Brunenavs was second, Lizzie Lai was third, Hannah Tarbrake was fourth and Presley Haines was sixth.
Southwestern’s Grace Anderson broke up the Maple Grove sweep with a fifth-place end because the Trojans had been second with 61 factors. Silver Creek/Forestville was third with 62 factors, led by Daisy League in eighth. Franklinville/Ellicottville was fourth with 89 factors, led by Tarryn Herman in eleventh.
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The ladies depart the beginning line. Silver Creek/Forestville, Franklinville/Ellicottville and Maple Grove joined host Southwestern within the race.BOYS
1. Lukas Baer (MG); 2. Nate Lewis (S); 3. Ethan Luce (S); 4. Maddox Bush (F/E); 5. Trenton Shutters (S); 6. Ben Cornell (MG); 7. Sean Verbosky (MG); 8. Brendan Luce (S); 9. Grant Cornell (F/E); 10. Donavin Brown (S). T–17:36
1. Allison Bohall (MG); 2. Abby Brunenavs (MG); 3. Lizzie Lai (MG); 4. Hannah Tarbrake (MG); 5. Grace Anderson (S); 6. Presley Haines (MG); 7. Gabrielle Wigren (S); 8. Daisy League (SC/F); 9. Melanie Wilson (SC/F); 10. Ava Emke (SC/F). T–22:18
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Silver Creek/Forestville’s Daisy League competes in Tuesday’s race. LITTLE VALLEY — Allegany-Limestone runners received each races, however Clymer/Sherman/Panama’s women and Falconer/Cassadaga Valley’s boys received the group outcomes throughout Tuesday’s race on the Pat McGree Path.
The Gators’ Ashlyn Collins received the women race in 20:52 and her teammate Jacob Brink received the boys race in 16:43.
The Golden Cougars took the boys group race with 32 factors, led by Joseph Krenzer’s third-place end and Alex Hudson’s fifth-place end. Allegany-Limestone was second with 51 factors and Clymer/Sherman/Panama was third with 67 factors, led by Michael Raven in sixth place.
The Wolfpack received the women group race with 33 factors, led by Hannah Schauman in third place and Tayden Individuals in sixth. Allegany-Limestone was second with 37 factors and Falconer/Cassadaga Valley was third with 70 factors, led by Hannah Madonia in fourth place.
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Silver Creek/Forestville’s Logan Perryman competes in Tuesday’s race. 1. Jacob Brink (A-L); 2. Daniel Casey (A-L); 3. Joseph Krenzer (F/CV); 4. Alex Redeye (A-L); 5. Alex Hudson (F/CV); 6. Michael Raven (C/S/P); 7. Devin Austin (F/CV); 8. Wyatt Harrington (F/CV); 9. Jase Smith (F/CV); 10. Jack Tharnish (WV). T–16:43
1. Ashlyn Collins (A-L); 2. Maddie Straub (A-L); 3. Hannah Schauman (C/S/P); 4. Hannah Madonia (F/CV); 5. Lillanna Peters (A-L); 6. Tayden Individuals (C/S/P); 7. Leighanne Swan (C/S/P); 8. Diedre Lawness (C/S/P); 9. Haley Odell (C/S/P); 10. Solki Martin (C/S/P). T–20:52
COLLINS — Randolph’s Sydney Smith received the women race in 21:13 to steer the Cardinals to a group victory with 27 factors on the Collins Conservation Membership.
Gowanda’s Calie Hudson was second to steer the Panthers to a second-place end with 28 factors. Dunkirk’s Siera Porpiglia was sixth, however the Marauders had an incomplete group.
Within the boys race, Randolph’s Roan Kelly was first in 17:58, however the Cardinals completed second with 31 factors. Gowanda was first with 25 factors, led by Drew Schull’s second-place end. Dunkirk’s Zachary Zentz was fifth, however the Marauders had been incomplete.
1. Roan Kelly (R); 2. Drew Schull (G); 3. Jayson Twoguns (G); 4. Cole Herman (G); 5. Zachary Zentz (D); 6. Aaron North (G); 7. Dempsey McDonald (R); 8. Rhys Kelly (R); 9. Lucas Lawrie (D); Jordan Parson (R). T–17:58
1. Sydney Smith (R); 2. Calie Hudson (G); 3. Gracyn Rowland (R); 4. Autumn Pupo (G); 5. Kailyn Farner (G); 6. Siera Porpiglia (D); 7. Lucy VanRensselaer (R); 8. Miranda Kaminski (G); 9. Lily McDonald (R); 10. Sierra Smith (R). T–21:13
FREWSBURG — Xander Pitts toured the three.1-mile course at Robert H. Jackson Elementary Faculty in 19:09 to steer the host Bears to a boys group victory with 26 factors.
Olean was second with 53 factors, paced by second-place Jack DeRose and Fredonia/Westfield was third with 54 factors, led by sixth-place Cameron Patternosh.
Jamestown’s Belle Johnson, operating unattached, led the women race in 22:17. Fredonia received the women group race with 24 factors, paced by Julia LeBaron in fifth place. Olean was second with 33 factors, led by third-place Sara Thomas. Frewsburg’s Rylee Gore was second in 23:14, however the Bears had been incomplete.
1. Xander Pitts (Frew); 2. Jack DeRose (O); 3. Tyler Zwald (J); 4. Maxwell Knight (J); 5. Micah Barber (Frew); 6. Cameron Patternosh (F/W); 7. Ledreth Velez-Olmo (F/W); 8. Colton Cappalino (J); 9. Mason McVinney (J); 10. Cody Kent (Frew). T–19:09
1. Belle Johnson (J); 2. Rylee Gore (Frew); 3. Sara Thomas (O); 4. Teghan Trocki (Frew); 5. Julia LeBaron (F/W); 6. Ashlyn Ambrose (F/W); 7. Myah Crossley (J); 8. Ryanna Brady (S); 9. Haley Zadzilka (F/W); Nya Martinelli (O). T–22:17

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