With the decisive event coming down to the wire, Central Catholic anchor Katie Equi was able to hold off hard-charging Alex Puccia of Andover to win the 4x400 relay in 4:14.25 and give the Raiders a 76 1/2-68 1/2 win over the Golden Warriors. Kylie Regan added wins in the 800 and mile for the winners.
Pole vault: Jamie Maffeo (CC) 9-0; Shot put: Cassie Kobelski (A) 35-10; Discus: Rachel Aldrich (A) 96-5 1/2; Javelin: Whitney White (CC) 101-0; Long jump: Leanne Kent (CC) 60-0 1/4; Triple jump: Catherine Haut (A) 33-10; High jump: Ali Sanz (CC) 5-0; 100 hurdles: Courtney Comeau (A) 15.75; 100 meters: Kent (CC) 12.78; Mile: Kylie Regan (CC) 5:17.58; 4x100 relay: Andover (Haut, Sydney Gillis, Natalie Wagner, Michelle Gencorelli) 52.65; 400: Alex Puccia (A) 1:01.83; 400 hurdles: Katie Equi (CC) 1:07.32; 800: Regan (CC) 2:01.09; 200: Kent (CC) 26.0; 2-mile: Maggie Mullins (A) 11:11.02; 4x400 relay: Central Catholic (Alexa Poulin, Alessandra Sadler, Hannah Carey, Equi) 4:14.25
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