WAVERLY, N.Y. - The Notre Dame boys and girls track and field teams came away with IAC Large School wins Tuesday.

The Lady Crusaders topped Waverly 87-50 to give them a leg up in the race for the division title while on the boys' side Notre Dame won 81-43.

In the 4x800 relay Waverly's team of Kaylee Uhl, Kate Moore, Daylen Smith and Samantha Goble came from behind to win in 10:12.46.

In the 110 hurdles Notre Dame's Jenny Smithers won in 17.63 followed by Waverly's Sidney Shaffer (17.80) and Crusader Mia Herlan (18.91).

In the 100 the Crusaders swept, led by Deborah Diarra (13.26) with Victoria Schutrum (14.05) in second and Megan O'Dell (14.31) in third.

Notre Dame went 1-2 in the 1500 as Allegra Dawes (5:24.92) won followed by Laurel Vargas (5:29.04) while Waverly's Kelsey Frank (5:49.46) was third.

Notre Dame's 4x100 relay team of Juliana Bunnell, Cassie Ellis, Schutrum and Smithers won in 55.83.

Waverly's Samantha Goble won the 400 in 1:01.67 followed by Diarra (1:01.86) and Uhl (1:03.23).

Smithers (1:12.16) and Herlan (1:15.31) went 1-2 in the 400 hurdles with Smith (1:17.50) third.

Notre Dame's Chase Yoder won the 800 in 2:33.14 followed by Dawes (2:35.81) with Goble (2:38.86) in third.

The Crusaders went 1-2 in the 200 led by Diarra (26.88) and Schutrum (28.22) with Waverly's Dani Burkhart (29.14) third.

Notre Dame's Payton Yoder won the 3000 in 12:05.02 with Frank (12:31.22) second and Crusader Claire Kubinski (12:43.21) third.

In the 4x400 relay Notre Dame's team of Diarra, Schutrum, Herlan and Smithers won in 4:18.56.

Herlan won the high jump in 4-feet, 8-inches while Waverly's Megan Stanton (4-feet, 4-inches) and Keri Curtis (4-feet, 4-inches) were second and third. Shaffer won the pole vault in 9-feet while also taking first in the long jump at 14-feet, 3-inches. Waverly's Taylor Knight (14-feet, 1/2-inch) was second while Notre Dame's Marcie Drake (13-feet, 7 1/2-inches) was third.

Wolverine Erin Fagan won the triple jump in 28-feet while teammate Kylie Newman was second in 27-feet, 10-inches with Drake taking third in 26-feet, 8 1/2-inches.

Notre Dame's Anna Lackner won the discus in 88-feet, 10-inches while teammate Erin Mozdy (79-feet, 7 3/4-inches) was second and Fagan (68-feet, 1-inch) was third.

Lackner won the shot put in 26-feet, 1/2-inch followed by Fagan (25-feet, 1-inch) and Mozdy (24-feet, 4-inches).

On the boys' side Notre Dame won the 4x800 in 10:25.39 with a team of Justin Bauco, Garrett Butters, Mike DiFabio and Matt Karee.

Waverly's Jim Heffner won the 110 hurdles (17.72) and the 400 hurdles (1:07.24).

Notre Dame's Chris Whitson (12.81) edged Waverly's Josh Mastrantuono (12.86) to win the 100 while Waverly's Brandon Bostwick (13.04) was third.

Notre Dame's Garrett Butters (5:05.38) and Matt Karee (5:05.53) went 1-2 in the 1600.

Waverly's 4x100 relay of Bostwick, Matthew McFarland, Mastrantuono and Tyler Wolcott won in 51.71.

The Crusaders swept the 400 led by Alec Cutler (58.44) and followed by Mike Woglom (1:03.43) and Paco Rilarozza (1:04.55).

DiFabio won the 800 in 2:18.75 followed by Bauco (2:25.87) and Waverly's Curtis Kamren (2:40.74).

Whitson won the 200 in 25.97 followed by Bostwick (26.44) and Woglom (26.79).

Butters led a Crusader sweep in the 3200 with a time of 10:53.67. He was followed by Karee (10:55.60) and Matt Connolly (12:17.29).

Notre Dame's 4x400 relay team of Cutler, Alex Sabia, DiFabio and Woglom won in 3:56.69.

Whitson won the high jump in 5-feet, 2-inches followed by Cutler (5-feet) and McFarland (4-feet, 8-inches).

Mastrantuono won the pole vault in 10-feet even.

Sabia won the long jump in 15-feet, 5-inches followed by teammate Elijah Smith (15-feet, 3 3/4-inches) and McFarland (13-feet, 5-inches).

Whitson won the triple jump in 39-feet, 1/2-inch.

Waverly's Jordan Huck won the discus in 96-feet, 2 3/4-inches followed by Smith (87-feet, 5 3/4-inches) and Notre Dame's Joe Barkley (79-feet, 2 1/2-inches).

Huck led a 1-2 finish for Waverly in the shot put at 41-feet, 4 3/4-inches with teammate Brandon Anderson second in 34-feet, 9-inches. Barkley was third in 31-feet, 3/4-inches.

BOYS: Tioga 92, Odessa-Montour 48

GIRLS: Odessa-Montour 78, Tioga 62

The Tioga boys picked up an IAC Small School track and field win Tuesday.

They won the 4x800 relay in 9:16 behind a team of Collin Elston, Matt Lounsbury, John Dougherty and Michael Williams.

Tioga's Jonas Schumacher won the 110 hurdles in 17.7 while teammate Zach Baker was second in the 100 at 12.2.

Williams won the 1600 in 5:36.2 while a Tioga team of Austin Beebe, Josh Kithcart, Jacob Lewis and Baker won the 4x100 relay in 49.0.

Tioga's Tyler Predix won the 400 in 56.4 while teammate Johnny Polo Rankin was third in 1:00.2.

The Tigers swept the 400 hurdles, led by Sam Burns (1:04.5) and followed by Williams (1:06.4) and Schumacher (1:08.3).

Elston won the 800 in 2:27 while Baker won the 200 in 25.5 with Lewis (26.7) third.

Tioga's Austin Payne was second in the 3200 at 14:33.5.

The Tiger 4x400 relay team of Williams, Dougherty, Polo-Rankin and Beebe won in 4:03.8.

In the long jump Gage Lubertowicz was second for Tioga in 17-feet, 2-inches while teammate Caleb Moon was third in 16-feet, 3/4-inches.

Predix won the triple jump in 36-feet with Lubertowicz third in 33-feet, 2 1/2-inches.

Lubertowicz won the pole vault in 11-feet with teammate Dakota Decker (8-feet) third.

Kithcart was second in the shot put in 37-feet, 3-inches while teammate Dylan Babcock was third in 36-feet, 2 1/2-inches.

Babcock won the discus in 114-feet, 4-inches with Kithcart third (104-feet, 5-inches).

Moon won the high jump in 5-feet, 4-inches with Predix and teammate Matt Jump tied for second at 5-feet, 2-inches.

On the girls' side Tioga's Malley Bowen won the 100 hurdles in 17.7 with teammate Kirsten Schweiger third in 20.8.

Tioga's Kelby Cole (14.3) was second in the 100 with teammate Paige Hendershot (14.8) third.

Tiger Kati Webster was second in the 1500 at 5:44.3.

The Tioga 4x100 relay of Cole, Lynzy Baker, Hendershot and Kayla Staples won in 59.3.

Cole won the 400 in 1:06.9 with Schweiger third in 1:13.5.

Bowen won the 400 hurdles in 1:15.5 with teammate Holly Passetti second in 1:23.2. Webster won the 800 in 2:47.5 while Staples was third in the 200 at 32.4.

Allie Schweiger was second in the 3000 in 13:50.3.

Bowen was second in the long jump at 12-feet, 11 1/4-inches while Staples was third in 12-feet, 3 1/4-inches.

Kirsten Schweiger won the triple jump in 24-feet, 9-inches with teammate Tara Snover third in 23-feet, 3 1/2-inches.

Webster won the pole vault in 7-feet, 6-inches while Possetti was third in the shot put at 21-feet, 10-inches.

Bowen won the high jump in 4-feet, 6-inches.

Tioga coach Eric Gutierrez enjoyed watching the meet unfold.

"The meet was a great one to watch last night," he remarked. "The girls competition was back and forth as times and distances came in. The meet nearly came down to the last race. This girls team is a great group and puts forth maximum effort every time they set foot on the track. The Odessa girls won our league last year and yet it was a fantastic match up and we were step for step. I'm proud to be their coach."

He just as pleased with how the boys' team did.

"The guys competition was phenomenal," Gutierrez said. "Odessa is a great team who has not lost a league match in the last six years and they have a nice bunch of kids. The first race of the evening set the pace. The 4x8 was a great match up with both our teams within a second of each other. Many of our kids were running personal best times and fielding great distances. It is so hard to mention any one athlete because they all gripped it and ripped it today. They were fired up and it showed."