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The Narragansett girls opened the meet by crushing Weston’s 4x800m relay record of 9:45.9 from 2004. They successfully held off Hamilton-Wenham 9:35.40 to 9:39.90, respectively. Lunenburg was a close third in 9:39.92.
Norwell set a new Division IV record of 48’11” in the long jump. They surpassed the old record of 48’2.5” held by Medfield and Hopkinton. The 10 points gained in the event helped capture the team title with 44 points. Old Rochester was second with 40 points, and Lunenburg was third with 30.2 points.
Old Rochester walked away with the boys team title after winning performances in the 4x800m and the DMR. Their well-rounded attack had them scoring in almost every event and resulted in 60 total points. Newburyport was second with 46 points, and Norton was third with 34 points.
Norwell and Old Rochester broke into the state top ten after impressive sub 1:50 performances in the girls 4x200m relay. Norwell earned the win in 1:49.57 (MA#7) and Old Rochester was second in 1:49.79 (MA#8).
Weston now leads the state in the girls DMR after their 12:44.23 winning performance. Only a few teams have run the event this season but their time ranks them #2 in New England.
Ursuline Academy ran a MA#5 time of 4:11.98 to win the girls 4x400m relay. Uxbridge was second in 4:19.72. Their time is currently MA#17.