Shen's Josh Vale added two top-three finishes. He won the 50 hurdles in a time of 7.33 seconds and finished third in the pole vault by clearing 14 feet.
In other boys field events, Ballston Spa's Drew Fitzgerald won the high jump by clearing 6 feet in fewer attempts than Hendrick Hudson's Alex Raffio, while Shen's Tyler Riberdy took first place in the triple jump with a distance of 43 feet, 7.25 inches. Mohonasen's Joe Grassia won the shot put with a throw of 50 feet, 4.75 inches, and Scotia-Glenville's Pete Hamm placed second in both the long and triple jumps.
Ballston Spa, Newburgh Free Academy and LaSalle won the boys relay events. The Ballston Spa team of Robert Carr, Matt Pastore, Eric Marciano and Brian Yingling finished first in the 800 relay with a time of 1:40.89. Newburgh Free Academy won the 1,600 relay in a time of 3:41.46, and LaSalle won the 3,200 relay in a time of 8:35.67.
On the girls' side, Shen senior Liz Morehouse took the 45 dash title with a time of 6.36 seconds, while Shaker's Diana Hummel won the 300 dash with a time of 44.25 seconds. Ballston Spa's Jennifer Stodgell was second in the 300 dash with a time of 44.86 seconds, and Bethlehem's Lauren Lochinski-Mills finished third with a time of 45.47 seconds.
Shen's Julia Urbana claimed the 600 title with a time of 1:42.47, .44 seconds ahead of Broadalbin-Perth's Alex Kuhl. BH-BL's Larene Cameron was third in a time of 1:43.52, .04 seconds ahead of Scotia-Glenville's Joya Clark.
Academy of Holy Names' Lauren Recchia won the 1,000 with a time of 3:00.49, three seconds ahead of Shaker's Seri Gordon. Scotia-Glenville's Jillian King finished first in the 1,500 with a time of 4:40.37, and Colonie's Mikala Anson took first place in the 3,000 with a time of 10:34.84.