MAU coach Kathleen Newton said it was the first time the boys had won the Relays in years.
Both the 4x400 and 4x800 relay scored victories. The 400 team of Andrew Brandmeyer, Ben Seward, Brad Myers and Andy Seward won in 3 minutes, 33 seconds.
The 800 team of Andy Seward, PJ Seward, Luke Lapean and Brandmeyer finished in 8:42.
The Patriots also won the sprint medley -- two legs at 200 meters, one at 400 and the anchor at 800 -- in 3:39.6, with Ben Seward, Ben Hulett, Andy Seward and Brandmeyer setting a meet record.
The 4x100 team of Tanner Jelley, Ben Winslow, Alan Bernard and Ben Hulett was fourth, as was the shuttle hurdle group. The 4x200 finished sixth to place.
On the girls side, MAU finished fourth out of 10 teams and set a meet record in the 4x100 relay. Taylor Gruber, Raheemah Madany, Chelsea Corrow and Leniesha Williams won the event in 49.1 seconds.
That same team also took the 4x200 in 1:49.
The 4x400 and 4x800 teams also placed, sixth and fifth respectively, as did the sprint medley.
Panthers crush Mekeel
FORT PLAIN, N.Y. -- The Hoosick Falls Central School baseball team got in one game at the Fort Plain tournament before rain washed away the rest of it.
The Panthers topped Mekeel Christian, 17-3, in a game shortened by the mercy rule.
Brandon Hodges earned the win, allowing one earned run and striking out two.
At the plate, Garrett Wright led the way with three singles and four RBI. Tom Peabody and Wyatt Whitman added two base hits apiece for Hoosick, who improved to 5-5 and plays today against Tamarac in a makeup game.
Greenwich outslugs Cambridge on Saturday
GREENWICH, N.Y. -- Greenwich's George Ostrowski clobbered a three-run homer to lead the Witches to a 7-1 win on Saturday over Cambridge.
Caleb Rowland scored the Indians' only run with an RBI single in the fourth inning. Brady Sausville took the loss for Cambridge, who falls to 1-8 in the league and 1-10 overall.
Cambridge softball falls to Witches
GREENWICH, N.Y. -- Cambridge's Autumn Clifton had four hits but it wasn't enough as Greenwich scored an 18-7 win on Saturday. Olivia Barnes and Alexis Case combined for 11 RBIs, Barnes with six -- including a two-run homer -- and Case with five. Miranda Seacord took the loss for the Indians.
Benn. Basketball School
BENNINGTON -- Applications are now being accepted for the Bennington Basketball School for Boys. The camp runs from July 7 to July 11. Players aged 12-15 will practice from 8 a.m. to noon, and 7-11 will practice from 1 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.
To sign up, email the participants' name, age and t-shirt size to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Dan Sleeman at 802-447-1994.