Salem Blue Devils Boys Track and Field '18

Pinkerton's King wins New England title

DURHAM, N.H. — J.J. King, who has oinly done track for two years, won the javelin at the 73rd annual New England Championships at UNH's Reggie Atkins Track.

The senior, who is a UNH recruit, threw 189-4. The 6-4, 215-pounder's third of six throws was the big one. It was just off his modern school record of 190-5. Rhode Island freshman Ian Hall was runner-up with a 185-2 throw. Pinkerton senior Noah Woodman took second in the 400 (49.05) and anchored the Astros' eighth-place 4x400 relay. That quartet, which also included Jadyn Ruimwijk, Adam Spencer and Pat Hanlon, was clocked in 3:27.89.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/09/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Ruimwijk rallies for gold at Meet of Champions

MERRIMACK, N.H. — Jadyn Ruimwijk was angry as he settled into his blocks for the 200 meter.

Nearly an hour earlier, Ruimwijk had failed to defend his Meet of Champions title in the 100, falling to second place.

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Boys Track and Field, 06/02/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

King rules

Pinkerton won all but three events to whip, rolling up 138.5 points to whip runner-up Salem (36.5), Somersworth and Spaulding in a quad-meet. Jadyn Ruimwijk won four events including 11.24 and 22.67 in the sprints. J.J. King won the javeling with a big 183-4 heave.

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Boys Track and Field, 05/01/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars