WATERTOWN — Both the Frontier League boys and girls track and field championships will come down to a photo finish.

The Watertown boys, the defending boys league meet champions, and Beaver River girls are leading by slim margins after the first day of competition Monday at Watertown High School. The Frontier League will be finalized after the running of the boys and girls steeplechase at 4 p.m. today at Carthage. Watertown’s track currently doesn’t have the water pit to conduct steeplechase.

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A lifelong resident of Northern New York. Dan graduated from Lyme Central School and attended SUNY Oswego. He's worked in all forms of media, including radio and print. Dan covers hockey, wrestling, track and field, tennis, volleyball and golf.

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