New England Championship Performance List
To celebrate what promises to be a great day of action at the New England Championships, Milesplitmass will be on the scene with its first ever Live Blog. Mike Miller and others will be providing instant results and commentary for all of the action, giving you, if you can't be there yourself, the next best thing. So sit back, buckle up, and enjoy the show.
For any schoolboy high-jumper, the pinnacle to supremacy in the vertical leap is achieving the seven-foot barrier; clearing a height that’s an impressive 84 inches from the ground to the top of the bar.
When you are competing in an elite meet, having a keen awareness of your top competition is of the utmost importance.
Stars Will Shine Bright at New England Championship
Henry Wynne was confident he could defend his title in the 1,000-meter run at the 26th annual New England Indoor Track and Field Championship.
Lake Region's Kate Hall had a phenomal day at the New England Chmapionships as the sophomore won the 55m dash in 7.07 & was runner-up in the long jump 18-5 3/4, both marks set Maine all-time bests. Aleta looker of Ellsworth broke the all-time record in the 1k, 2:53.73, and the Cheverus boys lowered their own all-time best in the 4x200m relay to 1:32.06. Check out the rest of the action.
Video highlights of the New England Championships and the New Balance National Indoor Championships.
Milesplitmass will have all the Live action from Reggie Lewis Center.
Girls 55m Dash Final-Kate Hall Lake Region, ME wins 7.07
Denzel Tomaszewski-Wells HS 4th Boys 55m
Jared Bell-Deering HS 3rd SP
Bethanie Brown & Kirsten Sandreuter 2nd/3rd in the girls 2 Mile
2nd/3rd Girls 1k both ran under the Maine all-time best
Boys 55m Dash Final
James Ociti-Biddeford HS 4th place 600m
Robert Hall-Scarborough HS 4th Mile
Boys 55m Hurdles Final
Girls 55m Hurdle Final
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