Provided Dansville's winning 3200 relay team at the LCAA D-I Track and Field Championships included Kali Meyer, Brianne Hurlburt, Riley Nagle and Maggie Bacon.

CALEDONIA — A pair of local sophomores lit it up at the LCAA D-I Track and Field Championships Saturday in Caledonia.

Le Roy’s Isabella Condidorio and Dansville’s Maggie Bacon combined to win six events for their respective teams.

Condidorio captured the 100 hurdles (16.50), 400 hurdles (1:12.23) and 200 (28.13).

Bacon won the 1500 (5:28.37), 3000 (11:56) and also anchored the winning 3200 relay (11:10).

Dansville junior Summer Foster won the 200 steeplechase (8:41).

Le Roy’s Charlotte Blake was second to Bacon in the 3000 and second to Foster in the steeplechase.

Joining Bacon on the winning 3200 relay for Dansville was Kali Meyer, Brianne Hurlburt, and Riley Nagle.

Le Roy junior Peyton Koukides won the 800 (2:38.64 ) while Hurlburt was second.

Bath had two athletes win multiple events as Meredith Czajkowski won the 100 (13.58), 400 (1:01.84) and long jump (16-2) while Cadin Taggart won both the shot put (325) and discus (89-4).

Livonia’s Brady Bishop led all the boys athletes Saturday with his quadruple as the Bulldogs’ senior captured the 100 (11.74), 200 (23.76) and 400 (54.25) individually and also anchored the winning 1600 relay (3:49.36).

Le Roy’s Erik Schwab and Zach Vanderhoof, both juniors, each won two events for the Knights.

Schwab captured the 800 (2:11.28) and 3200 (11:01) while Vanderhoof won the shot put (44-1) and discus (132-2).

Also for Le Roy, Nathan Andrews captured the 110 hurdles (16.99) while Ethan Beswick won the high jump (6-0).

Also for Livonia, sophomore Luke Lawton won the 1600 (4:54.19) while junior Matthew Connor captured the 400 hurdles (1:02.85).

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