Boys Track and Field

Volquez domineates again

Jordany Volquez was back to his dominant ways, winning the 100 hurdles (14.8) and 200 (21.9) to help Lawrence beat Tewksbury 82-62. Marco Paciolla added a win in the 400 hurdles (64.5).

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Boys Track and Field, 04/13/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Zack attack

Zack Traficante won the triple jump (36-7) and high jump (5-10) to lead North Andover to a 94-50 win over Methuen. For the Rangers, freshman Josh Kwakye won the 100 (11.87) and 200 (24.38).

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Boys Track and Field, 04/09/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

McGrail, Pater take three

Justice McGrail won the triple jump (37-4.5) and 200 (24.4) and was a member of the winning 4x100 relay (46.1) as Central Catholic edged Lowell 77-67. Raider Ethan Pater added wins in the 400 (51.8), 100 (11.0) and as a member of the 4x400 (3:32.3).

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Boys Track and Field, 04/06/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sanborn's Lussier 2nd in state decathlon

Leaders (50 competitors):  1. Jacob Pacheco BG 5,968, 2. Max Lussier Sanborn 5,485,

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Boys Track and Field, 06/29/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

All-States: Central's Duren crushes New England record; Lawrence's Volquez wins boys hurdles

You can debate almost anything in sports. But don’t dare claim that any other community in Massachusetts produces high hurdlers like Lawrence does.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/27/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Trito, Duren shined at D1 North Meet

NORTH ANDOVER — It was a hectic 15 minutes for Dominic Tritto, who was nursing a sore hamstring and competing in two events at the Division 1 North track meet at the same time Saturday morning.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/20/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights demolish field for first ever MVC Meet title

ANDOVER —  It took nine years for the North Andover boys to win their first MVC Open Championship in spring track.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/14/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Reggies win first CAC title since 1988

The Greater Lawrence boys track team clinched its first Commonwealth Conference title since 1988 by beating Shawsheen 80-56. It was the Reggies' first win over Shawsheen in at least 10 years, according to coach Tony Sarkis.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/10/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Rai, Lussier, Hughes, Danis are tops in state

N.H. Meet of Champions
Rai, Lussier, Hughes, Danis are tops in state

KINGSTON, N.H. — Host Sanborn Regional had a strong showing and four local tracksters won Meet of Champions track and field individual titles Saturday afternoon.
The area All-State champions are Sanborn senior Max Lussier (6-4, high jump), Windham senior Rohan Rai (4:17.05, 1,600), Windham senior Abby Hughes (2:19.42, 800) and Pinkerton sophomore Briana Danis (124-11, discus).
Lussier and Merrimack High's Samuel Epstein were competing about 90 minutes after everyone else as thunder delayed the completion of the pole vault. 
Lussier took second with a 13-0 to Epstein's 13-6. Earlier in the season, Lussier, a Merrimack College recruit, cleared 14-1, moving him to seventh all-time in the area.
Danis' winning throw was on her first attempt. She couldn't quite match her school recod 127-5 to win Division 1 States last week.
Rai, who will be running for the Naval Academy, sliced over a second off his career-best runner-up time at Division 2 States. Luke Tkaczyk beat him be three seconds but yesterday Rai ran a brilliant 59.89 final 400 meters to pass the Coe-Brown star and win by .07 seconds.
Hanover sophomore Ian Solberg and Lussier both cleared 6-2. Lussier got the win clearing 6-4 on his first try while Solberg couldn't clear the height.
Hughes got off to a slow start, running just 1:12.55 for her opening leg. But she turned it on with a big 1:06.68 final leg to beat Bishop Guertin's Fiona Doherty, who was clocked in 2:20.20.
Last week she ran a similar fast-closing style (1:11.7/1:06.5) to win Division 2 in a school-record 2:18.24. Hughes also owns the 1,600 and 400 school marks.
Windham's talented group of boy sprinters and hurdlers strutted their stuff to an impressive 43.07 win in the 4x100 relay. That ranks them 16th all-time in the area.
The speedy foursome was Braeden Manti (6th, 200), Landon Neal (7th, 200), Jackson Bomba (2nd 110 hurdles, 3rd, 300 hurdles) and Quinn Cerami (speedy 11.07/22.26 double). 
Cerami, a triple-placer, is now 16th all-time in the area in the 200. 

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Boys Track and Field, 06/05/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Alvarez, Volquez double up

Lawrence's Ezequiel Alvarez won the mile and two-mile and Jordany Volquez won the 110 hurdles 200, but the MVC Division 2 champion Lancers fell to Tewksbury 83-50.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/04/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Moses the difference

Connor Moses was a triple winner and the difference in the meet as Andover held off Haverhill, 76-68. Connor Firek and Nata Vigo Catala shined for HHS.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/02/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Large Champs

North Andover raced past Methuen to finish the dual meet season at 5-0 and claim the MVC Large title. Mason Semaniuk won the shot and discus while Will Gossman threw the javelin a school record 169-0, beating Scott Driscoll's 161-8 from 2005. Methuen's Henry Rosa swept the sprints.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/02/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Too much tineo

Unbeaten (4-0)

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Boys Track and Field, 06/02/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Down to wire

Central Catholic led Lowell by less than a point heading into the final event. The Raiders salted teh win away as Matthew Giannasca, Michael Sullivan, Aden Pemble and Kaiden Nobrega cruised in the 4x400 relay, 3:31.9 to 3:34.4. Kobrega previously had won the 400. Dominic Tritto had another big triple.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/01/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Fleming rules dash

Pinkerton's Ben Fleming earned the area's lone individual victory, winning the 100 dash in 11.34 to lead the Astros to third place as a team (56 points) at the New Hampshire Division 1 Meet on Friday. Ryan Dane took second the long jump (20-5.5) and third in the 200 (23.44) while Stephen Connelly was second in the 1,600 (4:18.34) and third in the 800 (1:57.04). 
Salem's Aidan McDonald was second in the 200 (23.26) and fourth in the 100 (11.56), as the Blue Devils took 12th as a team (18 points).
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Boys Track and Field, 05/28/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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