The MSTCA Kalperis Relays begin this weekend with three relay meets. The first ever D5 meet goes first on Friday (1-10) at 4:30, then D2 on Saturday, and the D3 on Sunday. Both D2 and D3 meets begin at 9:30. This is the first year for five relay meets due to the fact the MIAA went to five divisions in their indoor state meets this year, so the MSTCA decided to add D5 relay meet to the line-up.
The ultimate team championship starts off with the Division 5 Championships tonight at Reggie Lewis.
The live photo stream from the D2 State Relays !
Joe Curran unleashed his squad on the rest of the Div. 2 during during a weekend of relays at the Reggie Lewis Center and Woburn once again came away with the team title. The Tanners won the 4x50 hurdles in 27.35 behind Kawai Marin, Dmitar Zlenkor, Elija Mawoejji and Dennis Pearg and took gold in the 4x50 dash in 22.62 on the way to capturing its third consecutive title with 47 points. The Tanners edged out North Andover (44) and Marshfield (43).