Ticonderoga claimed the Section VII boys indoor track championship at SUNY-Plattsburgh Jan. 30.
It's the second straight section title for the Sentinels, who have won five of the last six.
Ti scored 116 points. Beekmantown was second with 96 in the eight-team event.
Luke Bartlett, Jay Berube and Jonathan Granger led the Sentinels to victory.
Granger had 26 points, winning the long jump and the 300-meter run. He was third in the 55-meter run.
Bartlett scored 22 points, winning the high jump and finishing third in the long and triple jumps.
Berube tallied 21 points, winning the 1,000-meter run, finishing third in the 1,600 and taking fourth in the 3,200.
Jay Hebert won the 55-meter hurdles and was fifth in the 300 for the champs.
Michael Barber was third in the 55 hurdles for the locals.
Josh Cook was fifth in the 3,200-meter run and seventh in the 1,600 for Ticonderoga, while Kevin Densmore was fifth in the 1,000, Kelly Dunn was sixth in the long jump and Joss Ross was seventh in the shot put.
Ticonderoga took seventh place in the girls championship meet with 25 points. Saranac won with 171.
Emlee Namer took fourth place in the high jump and Katie Karkoski fifth in the 1,500-meter run for the Sentinels.
Tabitha Taylor was seventh in the 1,000-meter run and Courtney Shaner was seventh in the 55-meter hurdles for the locals. Alaina Bevilacqua took eighth place in the 1,000 and Abigail Gurney was eighth in the shot for Ti.