MSTCA F/S Highlights

Alexia Lipman set a new meet record in the 1000m on Sunday. (File photo)


MSTCA Auerbach Freshman-Sophomore Meet



Results - Large School | Small School

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  • Dominique Hall of Shrewsbury blasted off the line and quickly separated from the field to run a MA#6 winning time of 41.92 in the 300m. 

  • Sydney Fisher of Cambridge R&L ran back-to-back 7.40 times in the 55m to win the Large School meet.  She is ranked MA#2 with her 7.33 performance from the MSTCA Holiday Qualifier meet, and would later combine with teammates Maya Halprin, Jordan Poindexter, and Kenlee Presume to set a new Large School 4x200m relay record of 1:49.21.

  • The 1000m continues to be a bright spot for the state.  On Saturday, freshman Maya Halprin Adams (Cambridge R&L) won the Large School event in 3:10; then on Sunday three girls ran under the Small School meet record of 3:08.12 set in 2006 by Meg Looney.  Alexia Lipman (Broomfield) won the event in a MA#4 time of 3:04.07. She was followed by Catalina Dominick of Danvers (3:05.66) and Brooke Hansel of Lunenburg (3:06.30).  

  • The boys were not left out of the 1000m record breaking.  Ty Enos (Dighton-Rehoboth) broke the magical 2:40 barrier and set a new meet record of 2:39.93 to win the Small School meet.

  • Freshman Isabella DiMare of Notre Dame Hingham continues her very impressive season by winning the Large School 55m hurdles in 8.74.  Kelsey Ferreira of Mansfield was the only other athlete to run under 9 seconds.  She finished second to DiMare in 8.88.

  • Ellen DiPietro of Marshfield was named the outstanding field performer in the Large School Division after winning the high jump at 5’5”.  It is the second time this season that she has cleared the height, and she remains tied for the top spot in the state.

  • The New Bedford 4x200m relay team of Kemar Roselus, Luis Trench, Chris Martin and Irvin Johnson set a new Large School Division meet record with their winning time of 1:37.60.

  • Isaac Yiadom of Doherty made easy work of the field in the 300m at the Large School meet.  He earned the outstanding runner award with his 36.88 winning time.

  • Adam Couitt of Somerset ran a season best 6.63 to win the 55m, and in the process he tied the Small School meet record set in 1996 by Kyle Rudolph.  He also added a high jump championship to his list of season accomplishments; capturing that event by two inches at 5’10”.

  • It was a battle of Newton in the mile as Allen Shiu of Newton South held off Mike Schlichting of Newton North 4:39.78 to 4:39.94, respectively.  The Large School Division would see six athletes finish in a time gap of only three seconds.  Aaron Lucci of Wakefield won the Small School Division with the third fastest time of the weekend (4:40.08).

  • Mike Wyman of Old Rochester just missed the Small School meet record of 9:55.0 in the 2 mile, but he did post the fastest time of the weekend.  Wyman won the Sunday event in 9:56.17, while Owen Gonser of King Philip won the Saturday race in 10:05.93.

  • Ryan Kim of Newton South distanced himself as the top sophomore thrower in the state.  He won the Large School meet in 49’0.5” and is now MA#8.

  • Jessica Scott of Hopkinton was a double winner at the Small School meet.  She captured the 55m in 7.54 and the long jump in 15’11.75”.

  • Jane Clark of Notre Dame (W) and Danielle Griffin of Norwell both smashed the 600m meet record at the Small School meet on Sunday.  Griffin earned the win with a 1:36.57 posting, but Clark was not far behind at 1:36.73.  The old record was 1:38.49 set back in 2004 by Allison Cuozzo of King Philip.

  • Sophomores dominated the 300m, but nobody was better than Noah Burke (St. Peter Marian) on Sunday.  Burke picked-up a big win and just edged a meet record with his winning time of 37.25.  The previous record was 37.27; set back in 2001 by Ricky Davis.

  • Andrew Bolze of Hingham set a new Small School Division meet record with his winning leap of 20’8.75”.  He surpassed the old record of 20’7” set in 2002 by Mike Lyons of King Philip, but he was not the only athlete to jump over 20 feet.  Mike Luti of Seekonk finished second on Sunday with an impressive jump of 20’1.5”.