BINGHAMTON — Three local runners finished in the top 40 of their respective classes at the New York State Cross Country Championships at Chenango Valley State Park on Saturday.

In Class D, Chatham’s Brycen Haner finished 16th in 17:41.3, while his teammate, Tobias Jeralds came in 34th in 18:11.4.

Colton Kempney of Beaver River won the boys Class D race in 16:06.5. Adam Furman of Tri-Valey took second in 1610.1.

In Class C, Taconic Hills’ Eli Russo finished 25th in 17:51.3.

Kyle Urban of Alden won the boys Class C race in 16:14.7. Jacob Brink of Allegany-Limestone took second in 16:40.1.

BOYS SOCCER

Class C

Hamilton 1, Maple Hill 0

MIDDLETOWN — Alexander Hamilton scored 13 minutes into the second half to snap a scoreless tie and held on to defeat Maple Hill, 1-0,to win the New York State Class C boys soccer championship on Sunday afternoon at Faller Field in Middletown.

Tiago Vargas connected with 27:17 remaining in regulation and the Raiders’ defense did the rest.

Section II champion and Patroon Conference runner-up Maple Hill finishes the season with a 19-3-1 overall record.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Onondaga 107, C-GCC 57

HUDSON — Latyce Faison poured in 42 points and and handed out 10 assists to lead Onondaga Community College to a 10-7-57 victory over Columbia-Greene Community College on Sunday.

Jahki Lewis had 25 points, six steaks and five assists for the Blazers, who built a 48-27 lead by halftime. Isaiah Warnack added 10 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals, Shambdo Caldwell had seven points and eight rebounds and Clinton Obi contributed seven points and 11 rebounds.

Columbia-Greene (0-3) plays at Jefferson CC on Saturday at 1 p.m.

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