NUNDA — The Dansville boys track and field team defeated Keshequa (77-48) and Letchworth (83-44) during LCAA action Thursday at Rymer Field in Nunda.
Winning events for Dansville was Deshawn Owens as he played a part in three first place finishes including the 100, 200 and 400 relay.
Dansville swept all three relays.
Joining Owens on the 400 was Jeff Birmingham, Chad Thomas, and Colin Draper.
Thomas also placed first in the 1600 and anchored the 3200 relay to a first place finish.
Joining Thomas on the 3200 relay was Eli Allen, Reese Dixon, and Jakob Smith.
Dansville’s Andrew Morrow won the 400 while helping the 1600 relay win as he was joined by Reese Dixon, Connor Knapp, and Dawson Wadsworth.
Knapp went on to capture the pole vault while Wadsworth placed first in the 800.
The 200 dash was swept by Dansville as Owens placed first followed by Birmingham and Morrow who placed second and third respectively.
Owens nearly made it a quadruple but placed second in the long jump.
Birmingham also placed second in the 400 while Morrow was second in the high jump.
Also for Dansville, Ethan Canfield was third in the shot put and discus.
The Letchworth girls swept their meet as they defeated Dansville (87-53) and Keshequa (82-50).
Keshequa had some solid performances as freshman Elyse Klump won the 100 (13.3), long jump (16-4 1/2) and triple jump (35-6).
Letchworth’s Mora Hoyt won the high jump (4-9) and the 400 (1:07.2) for the double winning Letchworth Indians.
Dansville’s Maggie Bacon won both the 1500 (5:47.7) and 3000 (12:02).
Bacon’s winning time in the 3000 was a 10-second PR.
Also for Dansville, the team of Madi Lee, Summer Foster, Riley Nagle and Sofia Rodriguez won the 1600 relay while Bacon, Nagle, Rodriguez, and Kali Meyer won the 3200 relay.
Meyer also won the 800 with a time of 3:55.9.
Evelyn Miller won the pole vault with a leap of 6-1.
Brooke Coombs placed second in the shot and discus while Foster (1500) and Rodriguez (3000) also both placed second.
No information was provided by Letchworth for the boys or girls.