Underclassmen 2016 Section VI champions: Girls - Division 1 - Jenna Creen, Orchard Park (100, 200 and 400); Katrina Patterson, Clarence (3,000); Liz Rott, Clarence (2,000-meter steeplechase); Ava Gervan and Olivia Gervan (4x100 relay); Grace Malinowski, Amberlee Robertson, Molly Moore and Sarah Cook, Williamsville South (4x800 relay); Olivia Gervan, Lancaster (high jump); Mallory Prelewicz, Clarence (pole vault); Jessica Dunlap, Lake Shore (long jump); Arleasia McGee, Sweet Home (shot put); Brianna McKenzie, Lancaster (discus).
Girls - Division 2 - Nia Stevens, Tapestry (100 & 200); Caroline Walter, Maple Grove (400); Abby Gostomski, Cattaragus/Little Valley (2,000 steeplechase); Maddison Knapp, Westfield (400 hurdles); Esquisite Dunnigan, Taylor Hunter, Kim Bostic and Stevens, Tapestry (4x100); Hunter, Bostic and Stevens, Tapestry (4x400); Maisy Webster, Molly McLaughlin and Fiona Danieu, East Aurora (4x800); Morgan Halt, Amherst (high jump); Chanyce Powell, Albion (long jump & triple jump); Amber Morrison, shot put (Falconer/Cassadaga Valley).
Boys - Division 1 - Nathaniel Davis, Sweet Home (200); Connor Doran, Lockport (800); Chris Nowak, Sweet Home (3,200); Roshain Wallace, Niagara Falls (110 hurdles); Adam Perilla, Lockport (400 hurdles); Tom Wendt, Lockport (4x100); Jack Strobel and Doran, Lockport (4x800); Dom Farszmil, West Seneca East (high jump);
Boys - Division 2 - Jalin Cooper, Medina (100 & 200); Alonzo Rodriguez-Spencer, Cheektowaga (400); Alex Dildy, Kendrick Benson and Nathia Jackson, Bennett (4x100); Ian Russ, East Aurora (4x400); Justin Svetz, Clymer-Sherman (pentathlon).
Returning Msgr. Martin Athletic Association All-Catholic champions: Girls - Erin Hufford, St. Mary's (100); Gabrielle Orie, Nardin (800); Danielle Orie, Nardin (1,500 & 3,000); Haley Wipperman, St. Mary's (discus); Kathryn Vogl, St. Mary's (triple jump);
Boys - Alex Buczynski, Canisius (400); Bo Sirieka, St. Francis (high jump).
Missing, and missed: Sam Peterman of Sweet Home did not compete in the spring track season due to a medical leave. She was the defending champion in the 800 and 1,500.