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Southern Tier Sports Report
SHORTSVILLE — The Corning boys and girls cross country teams both dominated the field at the Red Jack ‘Bob Goodell Memorial’ Cross Country Invitational over the weekend.

For the boys Corning had the top two finishers as Jack Gregorski won the race in 15:15, followed by teammate Ashton Bange in 15:49. Marcus Home of Corning took third in 16:17 and Gabe Cornfield was seventh in 16:36, followed by DJ Cornfield in 16:37. Corning’s Joshua Beres was 10th in 16:44 with teammate Nathan Webb one spot back in 16:53 as the Hawks had seven of the top 11 finishers in a race with 132 runners.

As a team Corning won with 22 points, easily topping runner up Victor who had 84 points and Pittsford Mendon with 92.

The girls team was equally dominant with Corning winning with 26 points, easily topping Pittsford Sutherland at 112 and Victor at 134.

For the girls Sarah Lawson won in 18:17 followed by teammate Faithe Ketchum in 18:27. Bri Urban finished fifth in 19:43 and Julia Hluck was eighth in 19:56, while Sadie Beres was 10th in 20:04 as the Hawks had five of the top 10 finishers in the race with 127 runners.

Corning also dominated the JV race with the boys scoring 16 points to top Rush-Henrietta who had 58.

The Hawks had the top four finishers and five of the top six in the boys JV race. Tevin McLaren won in 16:26, followed by James Matthew Genstel (17:40), Jaxyn Mahoney (18:04) and Sam Segal (18:07), with Greg Home sixth (18:31).

The Corning girls won the JV race with 23 points, topping Penfield who had 60 points.

Like the boys the Corning girls had the top four JV runners with Cassandra Collins winning in 20:58, followed by teammates Olivia Grinnell (21:26), Taylor Farrell (22:13) and Meghan McLaughlin (22:22).

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