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Division 3 Indoor Championships Highlights Feb 17, 2012

What happens when you combine a cross country team with a future decathlete during an indoor championship?  You get a division title. Pembroke took the versatility of Kris HornKri  and combined it with the foot speed of their middle distance stable to rack-up big points.  Horn finished third in the 55m hurdles, second in the long jump, and ran 50.4 anchor leg to help win the 4x400m.  The Hingham girls walked away with the team title and most of their damage was done on the track. The difference maker for Hingham was the relays, where they won the 4x200m, finished second in the 4x400m, and fifth in the 4x800m. 

Division Champions 1918 to 2011: Who's next? Feb 16, 2012

Chuck Martin has compiled every division champion since 1918. Equally impressive to the list itself are the teams that were able to string together multiple consecutive championships.  St. John’s put together six in a row from 1957 to 1962.  The Newton South girls and Mansfield girls are both sitting on three consecutive championships.  Can they make it four this week?

Tompkins wins high jump to lead strong effort at Division III Feb 18, 2012

BOSTON – All season long, Northampton High School teammates Leah Tompkins and Adrienne Pascucci have been going back and forth at an elite level in the high jump. Friday at the Reggie Lewis Center, it was Tompkins’ turn, with the junior winning the event at the Division III state indoor track meet. (via highschoolsports.masslive.com)

O’Dea, Torres lead Dennis-Yarmouth into Division 3 Meet Feb 12, 2012

Jordan O’Dea ran a personal best time of 5:13.1 in the mile run to take eighth place in a field of 24 at the Massachusetts State Coaches Association Elite track meet at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston. “Other than the girl who won, the top 10 runners were so close they could flip-flop at any time,” said Dennis-Yarmouth High School girls’ coach Jim Hoar. (via http://www.wickedlocal.com/capecod)

Pembroke boys dominate Feb 18, 2012

High school track’s version of Patriot Nation shredded the Division 3 championships last night at the Reggie Lewis Center. Pembroke chalked up four wins on the way to dismantling the boys field with 71 points while the girls from another Patriot League school, Hingham, put up a whopping 74 points... (via Boston Herald)

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