It was a big weekend of Track and Field around Massachusetts. We had two twilight Invitationals, and the annual MSTCA Freshman-Sophomore meets.
The very popular Weston Twilight Invitational is this weekend at Weston High School. Here are all the meet details all in one place.
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With SATs in the morning and her junior prom the night before, Amy Piccolo was a little tired before lining up for her 800-meter race at the Weston Twilight Invitational Saturday night. But it still didn’t stop her from doing what she does best – winning! The junior from Ursuline Academy held back in the early stages of the race and with less than 200-meters remaining kicked into high gear en route to a first-place time of 2 minutes, 18.42 seconds. Piccolo defeated runner-up Olivia Manickas-Hill of Lexington, who was timed in 2:19.43 for the two-lapper. “This is my first
When it comes to competing in track & field, not much stands in the way of Jordan Samuels. Not even a broken hurdle. Locked in a tight battle with Newton North’s Nick Fofano at Saturday’s Weston Twilight Invitational, the Boston College High senior emerged the winner of the 110-meter hurdles with quick time of 14.80 seconds. Samuels was able to run a sub 15-second effort despite slamming through the final hurdle with such force it actually broke the top wood piece in half.
The MileSplitMass intern goes rogue! This Saturday, I will step out from behind the computer and onto the track for the 2k Steeplechase at the Weston Twilight Meet.
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