For this article, we are taking each of Massachusetts' 10 Divisions and scoring their top 5 runners - as if they were a team. This will tell us how the top runners in each division rank against one another.
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Over 2.4 miles of golf course loops, Burlington's Paul Hogan ran away with a comfortable victory in the Middlesex league championship meet. Hogan led the race through a fast early pace, stringing out the chase pack and then dropping the field before the mile mark. In marked contrast to last year's competition, in which Hogan was edged for second after a duel with Lexington's Nat Adams, this year the Burlington senior was dominant, finishing in a time of 12:12, over 30 seconds faster than runner-up Matthew Dynan. Due to the fast initial pace and buffeting wind, the race was linear from the start. Second in after Hogan was Dynan, who surged powerfully in the second half of the race to beat out Christian Gentile and Aaron Lucci, in third and fourth respectively. Asked about the race, Hogan commented, “I went out a bit too fast but still felt great. The hills were tough but it will help me get ready for states.” Certainly the state should watch out for this athlete in November.
The Top returning Division 3 runner did not disappoint this past weekend as she captured the State title with an impressive time of 18:42. Last year she was second place to Wellesley's Priyanka Fouda. O'Neil has been on a roll lately by winning the ACL Championship meet, the MSTCA Sophomore Race, and now adding a State championship to her resume. She ran a 5:14 mile la
While most of the Massachusetts Track and Field Athletes competed at the MSTCA State Coaches Meet and the Andover Boosters Meet. A handful of the best made an appearance at the New Balance Twilight open meet at Bentley College. It looks as if Mansfield Senior Josh Lampron is making a very serious threat to break the 4:00 minute mile barrier. Lampron ran a 3:45.74 for 1500 Meters, which lands him as our National leader for that distance. His time converts to 4:03.73 for the mile run. Pembroke’s Wesley Gallagher also ran an impressive 1500 Meter race clocking at 3:55.62 (4:12.94)
In a meet pitting the two remaining undefeated boys track teams in the Middlesex League’s Small Conference, Burlington handled Wakefield 56-30 Monday night at Harvard University’s Gordon Track. (via http://www.wickedlocal.com/plainville)