SALAMANCA — Emma Lewis and Nate Lewis each claimed first-place finishes to lift Southwestern to a pair of team victories at Tuesday Salamanca’s first home cross country meet since 1995.
Southwestern won the boys meet with a 21, over Randolph’s 37 and incomplete teams from Cattaraugus-Little Valley, West Valley and Salamanca at an Elkdale Country Club course.
Nate Lewis completed the 3.1-mile course in 17:42 just ahead of Randolph’s Roan Kelly (18:00). Jack Tharnish (21:08) led West Valley with a 12th place finish, Louis Seward (21:38) took 14th for Catt-Little Valley and Matt Schnaufer (23:22) was 22nd for Salamanca.
On the girls side Southwestern won with a score of 19, over Randolph’s 44 and the same three incomplete teams.
Emma Lewis dominated the field finishing in 19:43, three minutes and 27 seconds ahead of the next finisher. Sydney Smith (23:10) placed second to guide Randolph, Victoria Parish (33:26) took 13th for West Valley and Amaya Smith (35:28) came in 14th for Catt. Little Valley.