Over the long run, there's just no beating City Honors.
The Centaurs claimed boys' and girls' cross country championships yet again Monday at the Buffalo Public Schools' All-High Meet at Delaware Park.
Leigh Mesler ran 2 1/2 miles in 17:04 to lead City Honors to a 1-2-3 finish in the girls meet. The Centaurs, undefeated over 10 seasons, easily outdistanced runner-up Hutch-Tech, 19-46.
In the boy's race, Colin Dauria led a pack of Centaurs that captured the 4-8 spots in a race won by Marlon Wagstaff of Buffalo Arts. City Honors had 30 points, Hutch-Tech 97.
FIELD HOCKEY: Jill Barry scored one goal and assisted on another as Starpoint avenged last season's sectional field hockey loss to Pioneer by defeating the Panthers, 3-1, in the Class B quarterfinals. Nikki Sidebottom and Janelle Joseph also scored for Starpoint (13-4-1).
GIRLS SOCCER: Renee Harpster scored two goals -- bringing her season total to 52 -- as Holy Angels beat Mt. Mercy, 4-2, in the Msgr. Martin Assn. semifinals. Julie Scaffidi and Erin Shirley also scored for the Angels (16-1), who move on to play Nordin (14-3) in Wednesday's final. Nardin topped Mt. St. Mary's, 2-0, behind goals from Jackie and Marie D'Orazio and 14 saves from Jill Gorman.