5/14 Weekend Highlights: Quinn US#6 Jav | Shoji US#4 5K | Lampron US#4 1500m | Collins US#6 5K

New Balance Boston Twilight Meet #1


Girls Highlights


Kayla Comer (Mansfield) and Shanteana Samuels (Monument) ran the two fastest fully automatic 100m times in the state.  Comer won the event in 12.60, followed by Samuels in 12.65.


Vanessa Clerveaux of Brockton ran a MA#1 time of 14.44 in the 100m hurdles.  She blew away the field in the finals, but also posted a 14.58 in the prelims.


Kendal Knous of Franklin pressed the pace from the gun in the 400m and won the event from lane six in a MA#1 time of 58.01.  Knous would also lead-off in the 4x800m relay; posting a 2:21 split en route to a Franklin win and another MA#1 time of 9:44.64.


Kristen McDonagh had a huge day; winning the high jump in 5'5", finishing second in the 100m hurdles (15.20), and finishing 4th in the triple jump (36'2.5"). 


Tatiana Froehlich of Newton North won a very high quality discus competition with a mark of 119'5".  Adrienne Thornton of O'Bryant finished 2nd (115'11"); followed by Jackie Vahey of Winchester (114'01") and Ellen Goldberg of Newton North (113'8").  This group contributed to 4 of the top 6 marks in the state.


Boys Highlights

Kyle Quinn of Somerset unleased another bomb in the javelin; winning the event by over 25 feet with a throw of 205'2". 


Tresley Dupont (Durfee) took over the #1 spot in the state with his winning throw of 55'6" in the shot put.  Swardick Mayanja of Newton North would finish second (53'8")  and Grunde Brandso of Dartmouth was 3rd (50'8.5").   Mayanja would also finish second in the discus (160'7") behind Brian Sullivan of Hingham who won the event in 161'5".  Sean Enos of Saint John's Prep would also throw over 160 feet to finish 3rd.


Josh Quinnie of Attleboro has never looked better in the hurdles.  He ran 15.00 to win his heat, and then crushed the field in the finals by running 14.91.  Quinnine now has the fastest fully automatic time in the state.


Donovan Henry  Catholic Memorial has the fastest 200m hand time in the state, and for safe measure, he backed it up with the fastest fully automatic time.  Henry won the event in 22.15.


Isaiah Penn of Newton North would pull away from the field in the last 50 meters to win the 400m in a MA#1 time of 49.01.  Nathen Pieerie-Louis of Waltham would also crack the 50 second barrier; finishing second in 49.66.


Joel Hubbard of Marshfield would lead wire-to-wire in the mile and finish with a MA#6 time of 4:21.68.  Andrew Hood of Franklin made Hubbard earn that win and sat on his shoulder for the majority of the race.  Hood would finish second (4:24.04) after Hubbard made a strong move at the bell to open a 25 meter gap.


Terrence Gibson of Rockland now leads the state in the long jump with his winning mark of 22'2".  He also finished second in the 110m hurdles in a very respectable 15.27.


Carl Joseph of Brockton improved another 2 inches on his season best in the high jump; winning the event in 6'6".  Nick Staley of BC High finished second (6'4") and Tristan Richardson of North Attleboro was 3rd (6'2").



Madison Granger of Belchertown set a new meet record and

ran a MA#3 time of 5:08.54 to win the mile.  


Kaitlyn Coelho of Ludlow won the pole vault with a  MA#2 mark of 9'1".  Coelho's performance was also a new meet record.


New meet records were also set by Abigail Boyd in the 100m (13.32), Matt White in the 400m (52.28), Rachel Jones in the high jump (4-10), Mike Enko in the 400m hurdles (61.66), Rhys Duquette in the 2 mile (10:20.25), and the Northampton boys 4x400m relay team (3:34.58).

Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights


Andover Boosters' Meet

Meet Results


Catarina Rocha of Peabody scorches a 10:48.15 winning time

in the 2 mile.  She is now MA#1 and US#36.


Steven Sollowin (Weymouth) battles a very deep field to win the 2 mile in 9:27.50.  Simon Voorhees of Andover finished

second (9:34.91); followed by Tyler Sullivan of Whitman-Hanson (9:36.56) and Nick Christensen of Peabody (9:41.30).


Nick Capezzuto of North Reading is now MA#4 after winning the 800m in 1:56.62.  Romey Sklar of Brookline finished 2nd in 1:57.81 and is now ranked MA#7.


Patrick Farnham of Andover added to the sub 50 second 400m spree that took place this weekend.  His time of 49.31 is now MA#2.


Andover and Acton-Boxborough went to battle in the girls 4x400m relay.  Andover would get the win in 4:02.10 but Acton-Boxborough was not far behind in 4:02.73.


Khary Bailey-Smith of Weymouth regains the #1 spot in the state with his 6'8" winning high jump mark.


Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights

Fred Warren District E Championships

Meet Results


Nadia Eke of Holy Names had a huge day; setting MA#1 marks in the long jump (18'10.5") and the triple jump (41'9").


Amy Collins of Wachusett had a MA#2 leap of 5'4" to win the high jump.


John Murray's fast pace helped the rest of the pack as 4 athletes ran uner 4:23 in the mile. Murray won the event in 4:19.52; followed by Dan Zawalich of St. John's Shrewsbury (4:20.89), Colin Bennie of Wachusett (4:21.54), and Brendon Robertson of Westborough (4:22.49). 


Girls Highlights

Boys Highlights