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Girls Indoor Track

Duren takes three golds, Central clinches team title

Defending Eagle-Tribune outdoor track MVP Katharine Duren won the 55 hurdles (8.75) and long jump (17-5.25) and led the winning 4x200 relay to lead Central Catholic at an Merrimack Valley Conference Meet on Thrusday.

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Girls Indoor Track, 01/09/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Rubio, relay take wins

Emily Rubio won the high jump with a personal-best 5-3 to lead Pentucket at the MSTCA Freshman/Sophomore Small School Championship. She was also seventh in the 300 (43.47)

Adding a victory for the Sachems was the 4x200 relay of Sabrina Campbell, Reese Gallant, Sage Smith and Emily Rubio that won with a 1:50.93. Campbell chipped in with a fourth in the 300 (43.27).

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Girls Indoor Track, 01/05/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sweeping away

 

Kaleigh Lane led a Central Catholic 1-2-3 sweep in the 300 meters and Courtney Dalke led a 1-2-3 North Andover sweep in the 1,000 to highlight the girls all-MVC meet at Boston University Friday. Dalke won by nearly 10 seconds. Central also won the 4x200 and 4x400 relays with Lane anchoring the latter. Sarah Lavery was first in the high jump for the Knights with a 5-4 clear.

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Girls Indoor Track, 01/03/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pair of winners

Macy Graves (1,000, 3:18.99) and Emily Lesburt (high jump, 5-2) both won their respective events to help the Pinkerton girls track team take second at an eight-team meet at UNH with 55 points.

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Girls Indoor Track, 12/28/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cross, Lesburt take first

Meghan Cross won the 3,000 in 11:19.43 and Emily Lesburt took first in the high jump with a 5-2 to lead Pinkerton to third as a team at a 13-team multi-meet. Macy Graves added a second in the 600 (1:42.19) for the Astros.  

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Girls Indoor Track, 12/22/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachem relay dominates

The 4x200 relay of Sabrina Campbell, Madi Krohto, Emily Rubio and Syeira Campbell ran to victory in 1:48.60, the fastest time in the state so far this year, to highlight Pentucket's performance at the Small School Speed Classic.

Krohto added a second in the 55 hurdles (8.80). Syeira Campbell was runner-up in the 300 (42.32), beating her sister Sabrina Campbell, who was fourth (43.07). All three of those times were personal bests.

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Girls Indoor Track, 12/22/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Rojco wins twice

It was a solid day for Salem track and field standout Katya Rojco. The senior took first in both the 55 hurdles (9.27) and the long jump (16-2.25) to help the Blue Devils take fourth out of an eight-team meet at UNH with 39.5 points.

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Girls Indoor Track, 12/21/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Duren in top form

 

There were no team scores reported by deadline Monday, but there were some excellent individual performances at the first MVC multi-team meet of the year in Boston led by Central Catholic junior Katharine Duren.

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Girls Indoor Track, 12/16/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Couple Jaguar winners

The Windham girls track and field team had two winners at a meet at Plymouth State. Abby Hughes won the 600 (1:49.92) and Reagan Murray won the 300 (45.68), as the Jaguars took sixth out of 10 scoring teams.

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Girls Indoor Track, 12/14/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

New Englands: Kitchings, Fragione, Methuen relay come up big

BOSTON — Local track and field athletes came up big at the New England Championships Saturday afternoon at the Reggie Lewis Track.

Haverhill senior Jayla Kitchings broke her own school record with an 8.36 in the 55-meter hurdles. The All-State champion trailed only Connecticut's brilliant sophomore Tess Stapleton (8.19/19-1.5) who won the hurdles and the long jump.

The Methuen 4x400 team of seniors Eric Salvo, Max Fotino and Roan Marcano and junior Stanley Hanci continued its record-setting ways. They crossed the line in 3:23.51, slicing 0.45 seconds off the school indoor record it set just last week in grabbing the silver at All-States. Brockton High again took top honors.

Ranger senior Sara Fragione smashed her own 1,000-meter record for the third time this season with a 2:58.07 for sixth. She went from last to sixth in the last lap. The previous standard was the Dartmouth recruit's 3:00.01 last week. 

Coach Brittany Caprio said, "Sara's confidence carried her through her race to make a huge move in her final straightaway."

The North Andover boys and girls were again ready for the challenge.

Junior Sarah Lavery tied for third in the high jump (5-5), senior Trevor Nassar grabbed sixth in the 300 (35.38) and the girls 4x800 team of Courtney Dalke, Kelcey Dion, Ainsley Dion and Aisling Callahan took seventh in 9:39.60. Nassar eclipsed his own school record of 35.55.

Pinkerton's last competition was Division 1 States way back on Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 3) but like the Patriots, the Astros just do their job.

Especially Adam Spencer.

The senior was fourth in the hurdles (7.66) and teamed with Patrick Cotnoir, Ryan Dane and Conor Seleny to placed fifth in the 4x200 in 1:32.11. The relay was seeded just 19th but smashed the school record.

Delia Barbanti led the Andover girls with a seventh in the 300 (40.79) and a fourth in the 4x200 in 1:44.70. In the relay she teamed with Julia Sergeant, Grace Dunn, Julianna Kennedy.

Other area placers were Pentucket's Madi Krohto, who tied for eighth in the high jump (5-3) and Davidson recruit Jack Curtin of Andover and St. John's Prep, who was third in the long jump (22-7.25).

Two of the dominant athletes on the day in the girls' meet were Connecticut junior sprinters Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood, who are both transgender athletes.

 

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Girls Indoor Track, 03/02/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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