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Razor thin win

The Phillips Academy girls track team concluded its season with a thrilling, razor thin victory over arch rival Phillips Exeter, 73-72. Senior captain Charli Jarvis anchored the winning 4x400 relay to secure the victory. Jarvis, heading to Stanford University in the fall, also won the 100 meter dash and anchored the winning 4x100 relay. Sarah Humes won the high jump and the 300 hurdles, while Michaela Jones of Andover won the 1500.   
Caroline Shipley of Andover won the 400 and ran on both winning relays.
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Girls Track and Field, 05/23/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kilian dazzles, Pentucket and North Reading tie for CAL meet crown

Multi-sport wiz McKenna Kilian continued her dominant senior season, winning the long jump (17-3) and high jump (5-2), running on the victorious 4x100 relay and taking second in the 400 in a career-best 60.10 to help Pentucket tie North Reading for the title at the Cape Ann League championship. Both teams scored 100 points.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/23/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Howes takes two golds

Natalie Howes won the javelin (129-3) and tied for first in the pole vault (10-0) with teammate Jordan Dufresne to lead host Londonderry at the Londonderry Invitational. The meet did not compile team scores.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/23/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

We are the champions

Unbeaten MVC Division 1 champ Andover whipped Chelmsford 104-40 to wrap up regular season. Brianna Deloury won the high jump and 100 hurdles and Silvana Sanchez was victorious in the discus.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/20/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Londonderry, Pinkerton, Pelham, Salem and Timberlane at Merrimack Invitational

Londonderry's Jordan Dufresne (pole vault), Natalie Howes (javelin) and Yorgelis Ortiz (200) and Pinkerton's Morgan Sansing (3,200) were victorious at the Merrimack Invitational.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/14/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Andover too much for Knights

The girls matchup also was a battle of unbeatens but as expected Andover was too strong in a 98-47 win over North Andover. Hannah Chapman (long jump/triple jump) and Brianna Deloury (5-5 high jump, 100 hurdles) were the stars of the day.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/13/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Valenti fuels Hornets

 

Junior Julia Valenti cleared a school record 12-6 and won four events, including the shot put in 35-2 in her first try at the event, to pace North Reading's girls to a sweep on Ipswich and Masconomet and their second straight Cape Ann League title. Freshman Meredith Griffin won the mile in 5:28 for the Hornets, who are 17-0 in meets over the last two years.  

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Girls Track and Field, 05/13/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kilian dominates

McKenna Kilian won the long jump (17-8), high jump (5-2) and 400 (60.15) as Pentucket downed Newburyport (97-48) and Amesbury (95-50) on senior night.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/12/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Samuel doesn't need a photo finish this time

Samuel keeps winning In the girls 200, Methuen’s Wileshka Samuel continued her dominant ways, running to victory in 25.52. “I was actually kind of nervous when I got here and looked at the competition,” said the reigning Eagle-Tribune girls MVP. “But once I got out there and settled down and just focused on winning.” Unlike last season, when she won at Andover Boosters in a dramatic photo finish, this season, her win was fairly comfortable, ahead of No. 2 Rhyana Freeman of Brookline (26.10). “I am extremely happy with my performance,” she said. “I really wanted to repeat.” Johnson finds form Erika Johnson spent the majority of the spring looking to rediscover her groove after a mishap on ice during the winter led to an injury. But the Central Catholic senior was in Eagle-Tribune All-Star form yesterday, winning the discus with a 113-7. “I’m very excited,” she said. “I have been trying to get back into form all spring. Last year I won so I really wanted to do it again. All week I was working on my form and making sure my left arm was in the right spot. I know I have more than 113-7 in me, but  I can live with that today.” Rangers finish upset Methuen’s Eric Rosario knew he faced a massive task when he took the baton for the 400-meter anchor leg of the distance medley relay. “I had to close the gap and (Andover star) Hamza (Naveed) is an amazing runner,” he said. “I didn’t know if I could keep up with him. But I just worked to close in and it paid off. Rosario teamed with Kevin Denose, Peter Kwakye and Kendrick Nenose to take the spring medley in 1:37.33. “We wanted to come here and earn a time to qualify for nationals,” he said. “Kendrick gave me the baton in great position and I did my job. All I was thinking was ‘Nationals, nationals!’ I want to go so bad.” Chen looks healthy Kevin Chen showed no signs of the torn ACL that ended his football season, running a blazing final leg for Andover’s winning 4x100 relay. “I had a huge lead going to my leg which was awesome,” said Chen. “All those guys ran great and I just had to run as fast as I could and finish it off.” Chen teamed with Sean Roselle, Ray Gorzela and Kaleb Jones for the win. “I was a little tired after the 200,” said Gorzela. “But we all just did everything we could to take it home.”

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Girls Track and Field, 05/09/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Relay comes up clutch

Trailing by four points heading into the final event of the day, the North Andover 4x400 relay team of Jenna Swadel, Deven Sportelli, Ane Eastwood and Mary Lavery ran to victory in 4:16.7 to give the Scarlet Knights a 73-72 win over Lowell.

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Girls Track and Field, 05/06/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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