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Southern Tier Sports Report
ELMIRA — The Edison girls won a quad meet against Notre Dame, Newark Valley and Dryden, while Notre Dame had the top three individuals in the race.

Edison had a team score of 24, to top Newark Valley, who had 31. Notre Dame and Dryden had incomplete teams.

Piper Young won the girls race in 18:53.50, followed by teammates Riley Soehniein (18:53.70) and Maura Devlin (19:57.10). Edison’s Maura Heraghty was fourth in 20:28.80 and teammate Josey Burleigh was seventh in 21.19.80, while Sophia Miranda was ninth in 22:07.90.

Edison’s Isabella Moffe was 11th and teammate Mariana Jones was 14th, while Riley Thresher was 18th to finish in the top 20. Isabella Mashewske of Notre Dame was 16th.

For the boys Derek Simpson of Notre Dame was third in 16:43.90. Jonny Sherwood of Newark Valley won in 14:45.30.

Edison’s Ethan Smith was ninth in 18:18.10.

Edison’s Landon Allen was 11th and teammates Robert French (15), Caden Southard (16) and Kaleb Podoliak (17th) were in the top 20 with Notre Dame’s Neal Moore (19th) and Joe Pedicure (20th).

Edison was third as a team with 63 points, Dryden won with 26. Notre Dame had an incomplete team.

Edison boys won the modified race as the one team with enough runners.

Notre DAme’s Dominic Caporiccio won the race in 12:05.90 and Edison’s Jameson Duggan was third.

For the girls Claire Devlin of Notre Dame won in 13:31.40 and Edison’s Hannah Lasko was fourth in 14:09.50.

“We had great individual efforts from our runners tonight as the kids wanted our seniors to have their final home meet a huge success,” Notre Dame coach Chris Wise said. “Winning three of the four races was better than I expected. Piper, Maura, Riley and Derek all ran good, smart races. I was especially pleased to see Maura, Riley and Derek do that in front of the home crowd in their final race at our Elmira College Course.

“Riley and Piper were going back and forth all night and Maura was with them for most of the race after opening up an early gap on the rest of the field. Derek hung tough with Johnny early on, but Johnny had a phenomenal race and left the field behind. It was good to see Derek run through it and finish strong. Neal, Joe and Isabella all held their own after their teammates took off and they posted some of their best times. I really like the way they are progressing.”

Notre Dame and Edison return to action at Tioga next Tuesday.

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