ROCHESTER - Lauren Reyda of Fredonia had the fastest time of the day for the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus County runners at the 48th annual McQuaid Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.
Reyda placed third in the Varsity-A Seeded Race with a time of 17:51.
Reyda trailed both first place Kennedy Weissner of Elk County Christian, Pa., (16:46) and runner-up Bernadette Prichard of Villa Maria.
The Maple Grove Lady Dragons posted the top team finish placing second to Canton in the Varsity-A Seeded Race.
Maple Grove was paced by Megan Marsh with a sixth-place finish (18:10) and Hope Pietrocarlo was seventh (18:12) followed by Taylor Norris 22nd (18:53), Abby Sirwatka 33rd (19:19), Caroline Benson 40th (19:35), and Ally Saar and Steph Krempa.
Maple Grove finished second to Canton in the A Race 97-101, Fredonia was sixth with 231 out of the 21 seeded schools.
Holmberg of Falconer finished second in the girls Varsity A-2 Small School Unseeded Race of 3 miles with a reading of 18:55 as the Falconer girls placed 14th with 433 points.
Ahead of Holmberg was Casey Norton of Troy, Pa., with a first-place time of 18:04.
Gowanda was seventh with 281 and Southwestern was 20th with 579 points.
Emily Kent of Southwestern was 55th with a 20:57 in the unseeded small school race.
Holly Eliason of Sherman finished third in the Small School Unseeded Race with a time of 18:57.
Corey Wefing of Maple Grove was third in the Boys Varsity A Seeded race with a time of 15:01. Only Ryan Smathers of North East (14:51) and Jeffrey Antolos of Batavia Notre Dame of Section 5 (4:59) had better showings than Wefing.
Teamwise, Maple Grove was ninth with 258 points in a field of 24 teams that was won by Pawling of Section 5 with 100 points.
Other finishers for the Red Dragons were Matt Nelson 69th (17:09), Frank Zuroski 70th (17:09), Peter Cala 89th (17:35) and Colin Green 111th (17:52).
In the Varsity B race Maple Grove 's junior varsity team finished fifth led by Matt Marsh in fifth (17:58), Nick Brooker 20th (18:53), Mitchell Marsh 30th-(19:06), Jason Thompson 53rd and Ben Pickard-77th.
There were 294 runners and 33 teams in the junior varsity race.
More than 7,500 runners were competing in this event with teams from New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Canada