Corning took 12th in the 22-team field with 306 points.
In a very competitive race for individual honors, Aidan Troutner of Provo (Utah) Timpview hit the tape in 15:03.9 to edge Brentwood (Tenn.) star Brodey Hasty (15:05.9). Silas Defel of Ithaca finished 19th to lead the New York contingent.
Taking a different path: Section 5 girls pole vault record-holder Erica Ellis will not compete during indoors during her junior season, her father told the Democrat and Chronicle.
Ellis is the two-time defending state indoor champion.
Rickey Ellis said he and his wife Barbara have unsuccessfully sought approval for an arrangement where their daughter could work with coaches outside the school while remaining on the team.
Ellis has trained with 2012 Olympic and 2016 World Indoor champion Jenn Suhr and husband/coach Rick Suhr. Her PR is 13-3 in a 2017 outdoor meet.
"At this point, our understanding is that Erica is going to focus on her outside practices and competitions," Gates Chili AD Patrick Irving said in a statement. "We wish Erica the best and look forward to her continued success."
Gates Chili coach John Driscoll declined comment but said Ellis can rejoin the team.
• Suffern tennis star Sydney Kaplan, 17, has been on a unique path since playing for a NYSPHSAA doubles championship as a freshman in 2014 and appearing in the singles final the following fall, and it led to her signing a letter of intent with Rutgers last month.
The Journal News reported recently that Kaplan split time as a sophomore between attending classes at Suffern and doing the remainder of her studies online in order to squeeze in four hours of tennis practice and fitness training each day. All of her academic work as a junior and senior has been through online courses, and Kaplan will receive her high school diploma from the Dwight School.
"I wanted to get better. It was very tough for me to do both," Kaplan said. "Being completely home-schooled, I could travel to national tournaments that go all week. To get better, you have to play in those tournaments."
Kaplan said she has played between 20 and 30 tournaments in 2017, which have taken her to California, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee.
"It's a difficult lifestyle but it's all worth it," Kaplan said.
Football finals: Lehman earned the PSAL Bowl Conference championship Saturday with a 46-22 win over Bayside.
Franklin K. Lane captured the PSAL Cup final with a 26-8 win over Far Rockaway.