The Lady Bucs capped an impressive season on Saturday at the Section 3 State Qualifier Championship swimming and diving meet at Nottingham High School. And, the girls’ cross country team closed out a successful season Saturday with an outstanding performance at the Section 3 Cross Country Championships.
An archrival football game, outstanding swimming, a never give up golf team and solid running were accompanied by an unbeaten volleyball team to get another week of Oswego High School sports action under way.
The Oswego Lady Bucs tennis team chalked up its third win of the season while Colin Morgan and Mackenzie Robinson paced the cross country team. Oswego swimmers already have placed seven girls with sectional qualifying times.
The Oswego State men’s cross country team posted a solid seventh place showing out of 24 teams, while the women’s squad finished 13th out of 23 teams at the Geneseo Invitational on Saturday.
The Oswego State cross country team turned in strong performances at its own meet with a third place finish by the men’s squad and a fourth place finish by the women’s squad on Saturday.
The Oswego boys cross country team lost 19-37 to Corcoran in the season opener.
Led by the strong one-two-three finish of sophomores Mackenzie Robinson and Taylor Giglio, and senior Brittany Ross, the Oswego girls cross country team, opened the 2009 season Wednesday, with a 23-34 win over the host Lady Cougars of Corcoran.
The Laker men’s and women’s cross country teams started the 2009 season with a pair of second place finishes at the Oneonta Early Bird Invite on Saturday.Ã‚Â Fulton graduate Kyle Brayton finished third among Oswego State runners.
The Oswego boys’ cross country team season has come to an end as the Bucs finished eleventh in the Section III meet at Jamesville-DeWitt Beach Park.