DANSVILLE — Athletic excellence was on display at the Livingston County Track & Field Championships.

Wayland-Cohocton’s boys won multiple events. Justin Horton captured the 100 title in 12.02 with teammate Cody Zigenfus second. Horton also won the 200 (23.24) with Zigenfus sixth. Ja’mil Hornell took the 800 in 2:01.59. Way-Co’s 1600 relay won in 3:32.32 with the 400 relay second and the 1600 relay third.

Jaden Rocha won the pole vault at 11-7, was fourth in the 110 hurdles and sixth in the 400 hurdles. Keeghan Savoir won the high jump (6-1) and was third in the long jump. Israel McClure swept the shot put (46-9.5) and the discus (136-11).

Deandre Green was second in the high jump. Israel McClure and Justin Horton went 2-3 in the 400. Tyler Jordan was third in the 3200 with Dani Nielson fifth. Calem Merrill was fifth in the steeple.

Leading Hornell was Liam Hendrickson in second in the long jump and fifth in the triple jump.

"Liam has been steady and consistent in both jumps all season, as well as being our leading points earner,” said coach Mike DeGaetano. “With the weather warming and improving he hopes to go over 20' in the Long and 40' in the Triple next weekend in a talented and deep field of Section V jumpers. Both are very attainable goals.”

The 400M Relay of Henrickson, David Browne, Noah Fuller and Jack McCumiskey placed sixth. The 1600 Relay of Hendrickson, Browne, Fuller and Dorion Bowles took seventh with a season's best time of 3:50.55.

"Our 1600M Relay just keeps getting faster every time they run, dropping eight seconds on Friday, and they hope to run faster at the Section V Championship Meet at Campbell-Savona next Saturday," DeGaetano said. "Their goal is 3:45 or faster and a top-six finish.”

The 3200M Relay of Browne, Fuller, Vinny McAneney, and Einon Walsh finished in 8th spot. Other top individual top-190 finishes included Einon Walsh (3200M)-10th, Gavin McGowan (110M Hurdles)-10th, and David Browne (400M Hurdles)-10th.

For Dansville, Alex Rodriguez won the 3200 (10:14.06) and was third in the 1600. Karam Ali was third in the shot put. Zach Foster placed fourth in the steeple.

On the girls side, Hornell’s Carter Brown cruised to a win in the 3000 at 11:37.82. She was also third in the 2000 steeplechase. Emma Flaitz was second in the 400 and third in the 200, while Alyssa Delany finished third in the pentathlon. Aubre Robinson was fifth in the 400 hurdles. Hornell’s 3200 relay placed second, with the 1600 relay sixth. Netasha McIntosh was fourth in the pole vault. Kathryn Evans ended sixth in the discus.

For Wayland-Cohocton, Karissa Bosh won the pole vault at 9-9. Chaselyn Whitmer was second in the long jump and also the runner-up in the 100 hurdles, with Ashley Page fourth. Page was also fifth in the 400 hurdles. Whitmer was fifth in the triple jump. Jordyn Quackenbush place fifth in the 200 and sixth in the 100. Kathryn Groshner was fifth in the 800, with Sam Brown fifth in the 1500. Olivia Schledorn was sixth in the shot put. The 400 and 1600 relays were both fourth, with the 3200 relay fifth.

For Dansville, Madison Jacobs won the shot put at 36-0. Sophia Frisiris was second in the 800. Summer Foster was sixth in the 1500.