It was a good day for Notre Dame at the Fast Times Invite at Elmira Free Academy on Friday.

On the girls side Notre Dame won the 400 relay in 51.60 with a team of Brittany Schutrum, Mara Skordynksi, Jen Smithers and Deborah Diarra.

In the 100 hurdles Smithers took fifth in 17.44 and in the 100 Diarra finished second in 13.19, while teammate Victoria Schutrum finished fourth in 13.63.

A meet record was broken in the 1500 as Elmira School District's Abbey Wheeler won in 4:45.64, breaking the 2012 mark of 4:58.22 held by Katie Butler.

In the 400 Notre Dame's Brittany Schutrum won in 1:00.56. Smithers won the 400 hurdles in 1:09.81. Skordynski won the 200 in 26.67, followed by Diarra in 26.73 with Victoria Schutrum seventh in 28.00.

In the 800 Allegra Dawes finished fifth in 2:34.40 and Emma Booth was seventh in 2:35.19. Melinda Wheeler won the event with a meet record time of 2:19.17, breaking the 2009 mark of 2:20.14 set by Alexis Fairbanks.

Christine Schmidt won the discus at 91-feet, 3-inches, with teammate Anna Lackner taking third at 75-feet, 8-inches.

Schmidt was second in the shot at 30-feet, 1 1/2-inches, followed by Lackner at 28-feet, 10 1/2-inches.

Mara Skordynksi won the high jump at 5-feet, 2-inches, tying the meet record in the event. Mia Herlan was seventh at 4-feet, 10-inches. Skordynski was third in the long jump at 15-feet, 1 1/2-inch.

For the boys in the 100 Carl Shen took third in 11.59. John McCartny of Corning won the 1600 in 4:18.63, breaking the meet record of 4:21.47 set by Brian Crimmins in 2012.

Shen was second in the 200 in 23.18, with Corning's France Sterling winning in a meet-record time of 22.60, breaking the mark of 22.94 set by Ryan Daugherty in 2009.

Dan Cleary was seventh in the 3200 in 10:59.87.

Matt Watkins won the shot at 45-feet, 6-inches and Tom Watkins was third at 41-feet, 9 3/4-inches. In the triple jump Billy Marcy took fifth at 36-feet, 1/4-inch.

Tom Watkins was second in the discus at 124-feet, 3-inches and Eric Brennan took seventh at 104-feet.

Shen took fifth in the long jump at 21-feet, 4 1/4-inches, with Austin Merritt of Edison breaking his own meet record with a jump of 22-feet, 10 1/2-inches, breaking his mark from last year of 21-feet, 8 1/4-inches.