ITHACA - Both the Corning boys and girls indoor track teams took home Section IV Division I titles on Saturday at Cornell University. For the boys, it is their eighth title in a row and the girls have won five consecutive.

"I think what makes me most happy is when we're bringing up 58 total kids and 53 are contributing to team scores," Corning head coach Andrew Cartwright said. "It's nice that the kids are stepping up and working for a common goal."

The Hawks girls finished with a team score of 173, followed by Elmira (86.25) and Ithaca (63). Horseheads took eighth place with 38 points. The Corning boys finished with a team score of 155, followed by Union Springs (72), Sidney-Delhi-Unatego (71) and Union-Endicott (52).

Claire Mason won the 3,000 meter run for Corning in 10:30.83, Horseheads’ Madison Klein finished second with a time of 10:40.13. Mason and Klein also finished 1-2 in the 1,500 meter run with Mason finishing in 4:57.83 and Klein with a time of 5:01.76.

Lindsey Butler placed first in the 55 meter hurdles in 9.14 and in the 300 meter dash (42.58) and posted a second place finish in the long jump (16-08.50).

Cleo Baker won the 600 meter run (1:40.29) and picked up a second place finish in the 1,000 meter run for the Hawks (3:10.57).

Jessica Dejneka, Abigail Dejneka, Brynne Ketchum and Alicia Lawson finished first in the 4X800 relay in 10:35.34 and the team of Alivia Collins, Kate Mertus, Charlotte Nevins and Baker ran to a second place finish in the 4X400 relay in 4:26.70.

Corning also took the top three spots in the 1,500 meter racewalk with Erin Tucker taking first (8:34.20), Angelea Collins was second (9:13.25 and Eva Hardy placed third (9:20.76).

Other finishers for the Hawks girls included Litia Werner (2nd) in the shot put and (3rd) in the weight throw, Kelsey Simmons (3rd) in the triple jump and (4th) in the 55 meter hurdles, Samantha Sherry (5th) in the triple jump, Brynne Ketchum (4th) in the 1,500 meter run, Mertus (5th) and Collins (6th) in the 1,000 meter run, Nevins (3rd) and Jayla Skeete (4th) in the 600 meter run, and Elora Ferrie (5th) in the 300 meter dash.

On the boys' side, Quinn Nicholson was a double winner in the 3,200 meter (9:48.05) with Torrey Jacobson-Evans taking second (9:50.66) and the 1,600 meter run finishing in 4:27.55.

Dan Gahagan was also a double event winner, picking up a first place finish in the 1,000 meter run in 2:37.897 and teammate John Cleary finished third (2:40.28) and also winning the 600 meter run (1:25.57) with Jack Larson taking second in 1:25.61.

Alex Spicer finished first in the 300 meter dash (36.55) and teammate Isaac Cornfield placed third (37.12).

Anson Meza was tops in the weight throw with a throw of 48’11.50".

Other top finishers for the Corning boys were Cornfield (3rd) and Spicer (3rd) in the 55 meter dash, Camden Zaidel (4th) in the 1,600 meter run, Robert Mechalke (3rd) and Jacob Dann (5th) in the shot put the team of Kyle Zaidel, Brody Hayes Glick, Zachary Dejneka and Matthew (3rd) in the 4x800 meter relay, Spicer, Larson, Cornfield and Richard Preistly (2nd) in the 4X200 relay and Harrison Lynch, Sam Kelly, Otto Sutton and Jay Kanti (2nd) in the 4X400 meter relay/