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North Reading wins D4 State Relays

After finishing runner up the last two years, the North Reading girls track team finally broke through, winning the MSTCA Division 4 State Relay title. The Hornets earned 67 points to finish well ahead of second place Norton (54) and third place Hamilton-Wenham (52), and were led by Julia Valenti, Victoria Grasso and Juliette Nadeau, who were each part of two different first place relay teams. 

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Girls Track and Field, 05/01/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Raider trio

Julia Worden was a triple winner and Sarah Brown and Julia Jankowski won two events each to power Central to a 98-47 win over Chelmsford.

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Girls Track and Field, 04/27/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Samuel a 12.1

Hand times aren't too accurate, nonetheless, few in the region have ever done what Wileshka Samuel did Wednesday with her 12.1 in the 100 meters. She also won the 200 in 262. while Methuen teammate Azia Kalil had a strong 5:38.1 win in the mile.

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Girls Track and Field, 04/20/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Talented Tudisco

Pentucket's Saige Tudisco scored 2,572 points to win the Pentucket Pentathlon. Her top effort was a 17.26 in the hurdles.

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Girls Track and Field, 04/20/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Priest delivers

Tess Priest won the long jump, triple jump and 4x100 and Elise Renahan had an impressive sprint double (12.4 100, 26.2 200) for Timberlane, which downed Winnacunnet 77-54.

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Girls Track and Field, 04/19/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

North Andover's Tapper a Fab Frosh

HAVERHILL — North Andover freshman Trinity Tapper made the mistake of asking the question before the finals began.

“I was thinking the other girls were around my age,” she said. “Then I asked and they were all junior and seniors. It was kind of nerve-wracking to think about how much older than me they were.”

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Girls Track and Field, 04/16/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

New Englands: Samuel (100, 200), Howes (pole vault) smash own area marks

There were a slew of spectacular performances by local athletes at Saturday’s 70th annual New England Championships in Saco, Maine. Methuen junior Wileshka Samuel broke her own area records with a 12.19 in the 100 meters and a 24.94 in the 200. She placed third in the 200 and finished just out of the money (top 6 score) with a seventh in a loaded 100 field. “It all came together nicely,” said Rangers coach Nick Collopy. “It’s fun to coach her and fun to watch. Her times have improved every week the last four weeks.” The Rangers also came up big in the boys relays with a fifth in the 4x800 and a sixth in the 4x400. John St. Hilaire and sophomore Fernando Damota ran on both. Caveney vs. Coach Andover coach Peter Comeau saw his 31-year-old 300 intermediate hurdles record fall to Golden Warrior senior Sean Caveney. Andover usually runs the 400 hurdles but Caveney made the transition with a 38.64 to place second. That’s considered faster than former New England champ Comeau’s hand-timed 38.6 and the automatic time by AHS’s Steve Shepard with a 39.05 in 1992. ”People think I’m crazy for saying this, but I’d rather be the coach of the guy who breaks it. That was awesome. It was very exciting,” said Comeau. Andover’s 4x400 team brought home the gold with anchor Hamza Naveed running a 48.8 split to make up a 10-yard deficit. They ran a speedy 3:19.61 to move up to second all-time in our area. Naveed teamed with Caveney, Raymond Gorzela and Jeremy Travaglini. Ace high hurdler Sebastian Silveira was just off his school record with a 14.24 for fourth. Duffy, 4x800 records North Andover’s super sophomore Erick Duffy soared 15-3, continuing his remarkable recent stretch of personal bests, to take third in the pole vault. The 4x800 team of Zach Frahlich, Chris Dalke, Chris Lord and Marty Conrad nipped their own school record for a fourth place. Howes another record Londonderry’s Natalie Howes added over two feet to her own area javelin record with a 139-1 to win the event. She also placed fifth in the pole vault while Skyler Goss of Pelham was runner-up (11-9). Faucher, Pettis shine Haverhill junior Jack Pettis took fifth in the javelin with a personal best 171-9 while another talented junior, Timberlane’s Kyle Faucher. uncorked a big 184-11 heave, smashing his own school record by more than seven feet. He brought home the silver.

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Girls Track and Field, 06/14/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems’ Kilian whips the field

In the North Sectional heptathlon, which was held Monday and Tuesday at North Reading High, Pentucket senior McKenna Kilian dominated the 68-competitor field. The versatile and talented Kilian had a 101-point lead after Day 1 (2,366 to 2,265) and built on it in a big way with the three events Tuesday. She racked up 4,066 points to easily beat runner-up Katie Maehl of Waltham (3,624). Kilian, who will compete at Central Connecticut, is now ranked fifth all-time in the area. Julia Valenti of North Reading was fifth with 3,435 points.

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Girls Track and Field, 06/10/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Another Valenti record

North Reading's Julia Valenti broke the EMass. Division 4 meet record with a 12-7.5 in the pole vault. That also added 1.5 inches to her all-time area mark. Jenna Raffael won the pentathlon and Cole Godzinski took the gold in the 100 hurdles and was second in the triple jump.

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Girls Track and Field, 06/03/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kilian stars

At the EMass. Division 3 meet, Pentucket's McKenna Kilian was third in the high jump, sixth in the 400 and ran on the sixth-place 4x400 team. Paige Wesolowski grabbed a third in the pole vault.

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Girls Track and Field, 06/03/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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