Jesse Clark and Lexi Reale recorded victories for Ticonderoga at the Queensbury Invitational track and field meet May 9.
Clark won the shot put with a toss of 44 feet, 10 1/2 inches to help the Sentinels take sixth place in the boys meet. He was also fifth in the discus.
Ticonderoga scored 39 1/ points. Bethlehem won the meet with 88.
Chris Maldonado was fourth in the shot and Josh Ross fourth in the discus for the Sentinels.
Jesse Perkins took fourth in the 100 sprint and fifth in the high jump for the locals, while Jonathan Granger was sixth in the 200-meter run and the long jump.
Brendan Carberry was ninth in the 400-meter hurdles, Jay Berube was 13th in the 3,200-meter run, Josh Cook 15th in the 3,200, Luke Bartlett was 15th in the triple jump and 21st in the long jump, Jay Hebert was 19th in the 400 hurdles, Joe LaPerle was 21st in the 1,600 run, Pat Lonergan was 21st in the 400 run, Alex Walters was 22nd in the 3,200, Ben Karkoski was 31st in the 1,600, and Ken Johnson was 33rd in the long jump for the locals.
Reale raced to victory in the 100-meter dash for Ticonderoga as the girls team finished 16th with 13 points. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake won with 117.
Reale also joined with Ainsley MacAlpine, Courtney Shaner and Megan Moser to place sixth in the 400-meter relay.
Moser added a 35th place in the long jump.
Jordan Quesnel took 36th in the shot; Delaney Bush was 43rd in the shot and 44th in the discus; and Kalene Gauger was 37th in the shot and 46th in the discus for the Sentinels.
Ticonderoga swept a Champlain Valley Athletic Conference track and field meet from AuSable Valley May 5.