LYONS — South Seneca eighth-grader Emily Lavarnway has collected six Wayne-Finger Lakes track and field individual victories thus far this season.

Lavarnway turned her attentions to the Lyons Invitational Friday afternoon and continued her dominance on the local scene.

Lavarnway picked up triumphs in the 100, 200 and high jump at Lyons High School.

Geneva’s Joey Richardson (long jump, triple jump), Newark’s Kendra Bush (shot put, discus), the Williamson duo of Cassidy Bishop (400, 2,000 steeplechase) and Tylea McCarthy-Walker (long jump, triple jump) and Red Creek’s Raylene Wade (800, 1,500) all secured two wins.

Newark’s tandem of Thomas Lannon (800) and Joe Verkey (discus) notched individual victories.

Dundee’s duo of Jon Huber and Michael Koehler chalked up track triumphs in the 100 and 200, respectively. East Rochester’s Zac Shackleford (110 hurdles) and Jacob Hanss (3,000 steeplechase) earned wins.

NR-W’s Connor Pendleton and Wesley Hayes won the high jump and shot put, respectively. Williamson athletes Abe Van Hoover (400 hurdles) and Max Curran (pole vault) notched triumphs.

Other winners on the boys side included Geneva’s Matt VanDeMortel (1,600), Waterloo’s Joseph Northup (3,200) and Clyde-Savannah’s Joey Faniel (400).

On the girls side, Waterloo’s Reigan Dudley (pole vault), Marcus Whitman’s Audrey Button (3,000) and Bloomfield’s Addi Geitner (400 hurdles) all claimed victories.

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