Sentinels sweep in CVAC track and field action

Ticonderoga beat Lake Placid in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference track and field action May 17.

The Sentinels captured the girls meet, 71-54.

Kate Mercer paced the locals, winning the 100-meter hurdles, 400-meter hurdles and high jump.

She also ran a leg on the victorious 400-meter relay team with Nicole Trudeau, Courtney Shaner and Jaelyn Granger.

Trudeau also won the long jump.

Tabitha Taylor won the 800-meter run and Hannah Herbst claimed the 1,500 run for Ti. They joined with Becky Barber and Alaina Bevilacqua to win the 3,200-meter relay.

Abigail Gurney won the shot and Delaney Bush took the discus for the winners.

Ticonderoga won the boys meet, 95-11.

Josh Ross won the shot and discus for the Sentinels, while Jesse Perkins took the 100-meter dash and high jump.

Javeed Nazir won the 1,600-meter run and Pat Lonergan claimed the 800 run. They joined with Tyler Belden and Martin Glazer to win the 3,200-meter relay.

Arto Nadeau won the triple jump and Jay Hebert took the 110-meter hurdles for Ti. They joined with Coleman Granger and Dennis Townes to win the 400-meter relay. Also winning for the Sentinels were Ken Johnston in the long jump, Jay Berube in the 400-meter run and Jon Granger in the 200-meter run.

Ti downs Peru

Ticonderoga defeated Peru, 89-42, in Champlain valley Athletic Conference boys track and field action May 19.

Jesse Perkins and Jon Granger paced the Sentinels. Perkins won the 100- and 200-meter sprints, while Granger took the 400-meter run and long jump. They also joined with Mike Barber and Ken Johnston to win the 400-meter relay.

Jay Berube claimed the 1,600 and 800-meter runs for the locals.

Jay Hebert won the 110-meter hurdles and joined Barber, Arto Nadeau and Coleman Granger to win the 1,600-meter relay.

Josh Cook won the 3,200-meter un and Luke Bartlett took the triple jump for the Sentinels.

Ti lost the girls meet, 101-29.

Kate Mercer won the 100 and 400-meter hurdles for the Sentinels.

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