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Andover Golden Warriors Boys Track and Field '18

Sat, Jun 09, 2018 10:00 AM @ Andover
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Pinkerton's King wins New England title

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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.

Ruimwijk was just out of the money, placing ninth in both the 100 and 200 meters.
Spencer grabbed fifth in the 110 hurdles in 15.04. Andover's Alec Pasco placed fifth in the 300 hurdles (39.85) and Central's Greg Desrosiers was eighth (40.50). All three of those hurdlers are juniors.
Andover's ace discus-man Matt McDermott placed third with a 164-3.

Game Statistics:

AREA PLACERS (top 8 place):

 DISCUS: 3. Matt McDermott (Andover) 164-3; JAVELIN: 1. J.J. King (Pinkerton) 189-4; 110 HURDLES: 6. Adam Spencer (Pink) 15.04; 400 METERS: 2. Noah Woodman (Pink) 49.05; 
300 HURDLES: 5. Alec Pascoe (And) 39.85, 8. Greg Desrosiers (CC) 40.50; 4x400 RELAY: 8. Pinkerton (Jadyn Ruimwijk, Adam Spencer, Pat Hanlon, Noah Woodman) 3:27.89

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