Results & Highlights from Meets on 1/4/2020!

UNH

Morning Meet

Girls Results

  • Nadege Masumbuko of Manchester Central with the double win in the 55 Dash (7.73) and 300m (46.13).
  • Alexander Adel of Merrimack with a fast 11:05.41, (D1 #4) in the 3k on the small oval.
  • Asia Mercier of Memorial with a 3:15.93 in the 1000 for the win.
  • Nashua North with a 4×160 time of 1:31.28 (D1 #3).
  • Olivia Mazerolle of Nashua North takes the High Jump with a 5’3” clearance.
  • Nashua North run away with the new “City Meet” with 94 points over runner up Manchester Central.

Boys Results

  • Joseph Curran of Nashua North with a double win in the 1500m and 3000m with a 9:20.11 and 4:21.53.
  • Paul Marchand of Nashua South continues his dominance in both the dash (6.71) and Long Jump (21’4.25”). He is the state leader in both events.
  • Sean Quinlin of Nashua North with a D1 #1 6’0” in the High jump.
  • Nashua North with a 1:18.58 in the 4×160 (D1 #3).
  • Adam Chase of Hollis Brookline takes the Hurdles in 8.47.
  • Nashua North win the meet with 69 points to Merrimack’s 68.

Afternoon Meet

Girls Results

  • Macy Graves of Pinkerton with a double win taking the 1000m in 3:13.18 (D1 #6) and 300m 45.36 (D1 #8).
  • Ella Maclean of Hanover  (NH #1 in the dash) wins in 7.75 seconds.
  • Mikayla Randall of Keene goes sub 5 in the 1500m at UNH with a 4:58.57 (D1 #1).
  • Sheridan Mcgadden of Bedford makes her first race of the season a good one with a D1 #1 time in the hurdles of 9.14.
  • Emily Lesbert of Pinkerton wins the High jump with 5’3” (D1 #2).
  • Pinkerton takes the meet with 77 points over Bedford’s 65.

Boys Results

  • Benjamin Fleming of Pinkerton leads five Pinkerton sprinters into the finals of the dash winning in 6.69 seconds (D1 #2).
  • Zach Verow of Bedford remains undefeated in the 300m in state winning in 37.06.
  • Braydan Kearns of Concord wins the 1000 in 2:38.20 (D1 #2).
  • Torin Kindopp of Keene with a 4:16.14 (D1 #5).
  • Manolo Feliz of Concord wins the hurdles 7.99 and long jump 20’1.5”.
  • Pinkerton wins the meet with 97.5 to Bedford’s 58 points.

Plymouth State

Morning Meet

Girls Results

  • Sophia Reynolds of Merrimack Valley with a double win in the 1000 (3:16.89) and 3000 (10:47.35 – D2 #2)
  • Sophia Rubenciuc of Merrimack Valley wins the 1500 in 5:12.61
  • Kaylen Lachapelle of Sanborn with the double win in the High Jump 5’0” and Long Jump 16’ 1.25” (D2 #2)
  • Alexis Kailey of Epping wins the Shot Put with a 33’0” toss (D2 #3)
  • Belle Snyder of Epping wins the Hurdles in 9.61 (D2 #5)
  • Merrimack Valley wins the meet with 70.5 over Coe-Brown 60.5.

Boys Results

  • Seth Baylus of Merrimack valley wins the dash in 6.89.
  • Porter Heigis of Coe-Brown with a season best and 600 meter time 1:26.32 (D2 #1).
  • Dawson Dubois of Coe Brown leads a Coe-Brown 1-2-3-4-5 in the 3000 meters in 9:09.30 (D2 #2).
  • Devante Mckoy-Sophes of Alvirne wins the 300 in 38.01.
  • Alvirne wins the 4×200 with a season best 1:40.60.
  • Coe-Brown takes the 4×400 in 3:46.44 (D2 #1).
  • Alvirne edges out Coe-Brown 79 to 74 to win the meet.

Afternoon Meet

Girls Results

  • Sydney Lavelle of Exeter wins the 55 dash in 7.72 (D1 #1).
  • Ella Fraser of Exeter wins the 300m in 43.67 (D1 #1).
  • Mckenna Whelan of Winnacunnet wins both the 3000m 10:53 (D1 #2) and 1500 in 5:18.78.
  • Mady Buchalski of St. Thomas wins the shot with a 38’2” bomb.
  • Grace Kunysz of Exeter wins the Long jump with a life time best 16’4.5” (D1 # 3).
  • Exeter Repeats as Seacoast Champions with 97.5 points. Portsmouth second with 65.

Boys Results

  • Adrian Sutton of Spaulding wins the Dash (6.79), 300m (38.42) and Hurdles (7.81)!
  • Andy O’Brien of Oyster River puts up a NH #1 time of 8:56.34 in the 3000 meter.
  • Jack Taylor of Winnacunnet wins the 1000 in 2:39.78 (D1 #3).
  • Myles Carrico of Oyster River wins the 1500m in 4:13.86 (D2 #2).
  • Ryan Lane of Spaulding goes 20’ 4” in the long jump (D1 #2).
  • Portsmouth edges out Oyster River to win the Seacoast meet with 64 points.

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