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Connecticut boys, girls dominate at New England Indoor Track and Field Championships – CTPost

This season high school track coaches and track and field athletes throughout Connecticut have said during many interviews that the current depth of boys and girls talent make Connecticut one of the strongest states in the region and nationally when it comes to the sport.

On Saturday, the state showcased that talent in dominating fashion at the New England Interscholastic Boys and Girls Indoor Track and Field Championships in Boston.

Highlighting the girls competition was Alanna Smith of Danbury who won the girls 300-meter dash in a meet record 38.22 and won the 55 dash in 7.03 seconds. In the boys competition Gavin Sherry of Conard continued his record-breaking season by winning the 2 Mile in 8:51.49 and broke the meet record of 8:53.25. His brother Callum Sherry of Conard was third (9:01.34) and Aidan Puffer of Manchester was fourth (9:05.35).

In other boys competition, Timothy Watson of Simsbury won the high jump (6-9), Duke Quermorllue of Norwalk was third (6-3) and Zyair Wali of Hillhouse was fifth (6-3).


Gianluca Bianchi of Greenwich won the 300 in 35.36, Colin Brown of Cheshire was fifth (35.80), Jonathan York of Hall sixth (35.86) and Paul Burkett of Sheehan seventh (36.10).

Nikita Omelchenko of Wilbur Cross was second in the Mile Run in 4:15.92, Sean Kennedy-Wonneberger of Hale Ray was fourth (4:16.96) and Carver Morgan of Avon was fifth (4:18.11). Gavin Sherry and Callum Sherry of Conard did not compete in the mile.

Aidan Law of Haddam-Killingworth was second in the long jump with a distance of 21 feet, 9.5 inches. Colin Brown of Cheshire was third in the 55 dash in 6.54 and Nolan Freeman of New Milford was fourth in 6.57. Gary Moore Jr. of Hillhouse was third in the shot put with a distance of 62-8.5.

Michael Johnson of Lewis Mills was fourth in the boys 55 hurdles with a time of 7.55.

In other girls competition, Rachel St. Germain of Somers won the Girls 2 Mile in 10:36.93, Anna Keeley of Fairfield Ludlowe was second (10:49.61), Katherine Sanderson of Hall was third (11:02.14) and Kathryn Marchand of Trumbull was fourth (11:03.01).

Audrey Kirkutis of Conard won the girl high jump (5-7), Shaelyn Murphy of Maloney was second (5-6), D’Jior Delisser of Bloomfield was fifth (5-5) and Tia Stapleton of Fairfield Ludlowe was sixth (5-3).

Anna Keeley of Fairfield Ludlowe won the Girls 1 Mile Run in 5:01.52 and Sydney Kelleher of New Milford was seventh in 5:10.49.


Mariella Schweitzer of Barlow was second in the long jump (18-2.25), third in the 55 hurdles (8.49) and fifth in the 300 (40.67).

Brittani Westberry of Windsor was second in the girls 600 (1:35.53), Esme Daplyn of Greenwich was fifth (1:37.16), Kate Demark of Darien was seventh (1:37.893) and Riley Powers of Newtown was eighth (1:37.895).

Connecticut finished in five of the top seven places in the 1000 with Kali Holden of Trumbull finishing second in 2:54.58, …….

Source: https://www.ctpost.com/sports/article/Connecticut-boys-girls-dominate-at-New-England-16980286.php

This season high school track coaches and track and field athletes throughout Connecticut have said during many interviews that the current depth of boys and girls talent make Connecticut one of the strongest states in the region and nationally when it comes to the sport.

On Saturday, the state showcased that talent in dominating fashion at the New England Interscholastic Boys and Girls Indoor Track and Field Championships in Boston.

Highlighting the girls competition was Alanna Smith of Danbury who won the girls 300-meter dash in a meet record 38.22 and won the 55 dash in 7.03 seconds. In the boys competition Gavin Sherry of Conard continued his record-breaking s…….

This season high school track coaches and track and field athletes throughout Connecticut have said during many interviews that the current depth of boys and girls talent make Connecticut one of the strongest states in the region and nationally when it comes to the sport.

On Saturday, the state showcased that talent in dominating fashion at the New England Interscholastic Boys and Girls Indoor Track and Field Championships in Boston.

Highlighting the girls competition was Alanna Smith of Danbury who won the girls 300-meter dash in a meet record 38.22 and won the 55 dash in 7.03 seconds. In the boys competition Gavin Sherry of Conard continued his record-breaking s…….

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