Lockport had control of the long distance races in winning the boys division of the Kenmore Invitational on Saturday. Lyle Tolli (800 meters), John Haenle (1,600) and Mark Russell (3,200) were winners for the Lions.
Justin Craddock of Kenmore East was the meet's track MVP after winning the 400 while Niagara Falls' James Starks was the field MVP while taking the long jump.
On the girls side, Starpoint took the team title.
Kim Williams of daVinci was the track MVP, taking wins in the 100 and 200. Nicole Stranges of Lockport took field MVP honors after winning the long and triple jump.
At the sixth annual JFK Bears Early Bird Invitational, Tyrone Newsome of Albion won the high jump and triple jump, while Frontier's Mike Deren captured the 1,600 and 3,200. Newsome's high jump of 6-4 1/2 set a meet record. Lancaster won the team event with Cameron Spivey setting a meet record in the long jump with a distance of 21-1 1/2 .
Also setting a meet record was Brent Titus of St. Francis in the discus with a toss of 169-11.
On the girls side, North Tonawanda took the team title.
Grand Island's Kara Black won the 100 and 200, while Gina Adornetto of Clarence won the 400 hurdles and set a meet record in the 2,000 steeplechase with a time of 7:39.89.
Lancaster's Mary Saxer broke the meet record in the long jump with a distance of 19-4 1/4 .
SOFTBALL: The 22nd Annual Lady Jacks Tournament crown will go unclaimed this year. After playing the opening rounds last weekend, rain washed out Saturday's scheduled championship rounds. The tournament will not be rescheduled.