SPORTS

East, West make noise at class meet

Posted 2/17/21

By ALEX SPONSELLER The Indoor Track and Field Class Championships were held this past weekend and the Providence Career and Technical Institute, and many locals shined as they set their sights on this month's upcoming state championships. Here is a look

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East, West make noise at class meet

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By ALEX SPONSELLER The Indoor Track and Field Class Championships were held this past weekend and the Providence Career and Technical Institute, and many locals shined as they set their sights on this month's upcoming state championships. Here is a look at some of the results: GIRLS Lindsey Hobin placed second in the 55 hurdles while teammate Julianna Bucci took second in the shot put. Madison Alves finished second in the long jump.

West’s relay team of Rachael Hobin, Juliana Andrus, Waimea Dodge and Dea Xhupi finished third in the 3,200, while Alves, Quiana Pezza, Gianna King and Ailanu Sutherland took third in the 800. Alves also finished third in the 55 dash as well as third in the 300 dash.

Sutherland, Xhupi, Pezza and Ashlee Tennett finished fourth in the 1,600, while Sutherland later finished fourth in the 55 dash. East’s Zoe Catrambone finished sixth in the 600 run.

Stella Loezos finished seventh in the 1,500 run, while West’s Emma Wenzel finished seventh in the long jump. Hobin later finished eighth in the high jump, while Loezos also took ninth in the 1,000 run.

Catrambone took 10th place in the high jump, while West’s Sophie Hmiddouche finished 10th in the shot put. Pezza placed 10th in the long jump.

Toll Gate was led by Hannah Horace with a second-place finish in the shot put and third in the weight throw. Pilgrim’s Dasani Stewart finished fourth in the long jump.

Toll Gate’s relay team of Oce Lowe, Camille Remillard, Mollie Cunningham and Callie Fagundes took fifth in the 3,200. Lowe, Cunningham, Kendall Brooks and Alison Pankowicz took fifth in the 1,600. Samantha Larrivee finished sixth in the weight throw for Toll Gate, while Amaya Coffie finished sixth in the long jump for Pilgrim.

Larrivee took eighth in the shot put for Toll Gate, while Pilgrim’s Katarina Hermanowski took eighth in the large school shot put. Lowe later finished 10th in the 1,500 run as well as 10th in the 1,000 run. Pilgrim’s Amber Lopes took 10th in the 1,500.

Johnston’s Lala Olagundoye continued to impress, taking first in the high jump and second in the long jump. Milana Melvin finished third in the shot put for the Panthers, followed by teammate Isabella Johnson-Viola in fourth while Talia Laflamme finished seventh.

Johnston’s Taylor Powell took 10th in the 300 dash. BOYS Kris Degaitas finished second in the 55 hurdles while Michael Conti took second in the long jump. Peter Morales finished third in the 600 run for West.

West’s relay team of Morales, Matt Baccari, Nathan Quero and Shawn Robbins took fifth in the 3,200, while Degaitas, Makai Teixeira, Luke Schmidt and Conti took sixth in the 800. Alex DelNigro took sixth in the long jump for West.

West’s Dimirti Lablanc finished seventh in the 55 hurdles, while Conti took seventh in the 55 dash. West’s relay team of Schmidt, Teixiera, Degaitas and Lablanc finished seventh in the 1,600. Nicholas Williams finished seventh in the high jump for the Falcons.

West’s Steve Faccenda finished eighth in the shot put while East’s Nicholas Cobb placed ninth in the 1,500, and Quero took ninth in the 600. DelNigro took 10th in the 300 dash. Degaitas also took 10th in the long jump.

Evan Reynolds led Hendricken with a first-place finish in the 3,000 run while teammate Luke Mead won the 55 hurdles. Hendricken’s John Santos also won the high jump.

The Hawks relay team of Jacob Naiefeh, Mead, Hayden Clare and AJ Monteiro finished second in the 1,600, while teammate Josiah Nhar took second in the high jump.

Hendricken’s Ryan Dyer finished third in the 1,500 as well as the 1,000 run, while Jake Kopech took third in the 300 dash. Cam Hughes took third in the shot put for Hendricken, while teammate John Fay took third in the weight throw. Kamalie Pemberton took third in the long jump for the Hawks. Bishop Hendricken’s relay team of Clare, Evan McGregor, Neiefeh and Wilson Jablonski finished third in the 3,200.

Hendricken’s Alex Morin took fourth in the shot put, while Pilgrim’s Justin Dorsey took fourth in the 3,000 run. Santos finished fourth in the long jump. Pemberton took fourth in the 55 dash, followed by Kopech in fifth. Reynolds later took fifth in the 1,500.

Toll Gate’s relay team of Josh Paiva, Dylan Aunchman, Jamie Luna and Domenic Calise finished fifth in the 800. Toll Gate’s relay team of Andrew St. Laurent, Cian Roberts, Greyson Pasquina and Tom Belanger finished sixth in the 3,200. Toll Gate’s Calise, St. Laurent, Luna and Mason Tanner also finished sith in the 1,600.

Troy Silvestri took sixth for Hendricken in the 3,000 run, while Dorsey took sixth in the 1,500.

Hendricken’s Jude Ibarra finished seventh in the shot put. Pilgrim’s Andrew O’Leary finished eighth in the shot put.

Josh Breard finished eighth for the Hawks in the 3,000 run, followed by teammate Keegan Tierney in ninth. Hendricken’s Dante Salvaggio took ninth in the shot put. Pilgrim’s Thomas Flanders finished ninth in the 1,500. Jablonski finished 10th in the 1,500, while Hendricken’s Blessjoey Nyannah finished 10th in the weight throw.

Johnston’s Jose Echeverria finished second in the shot put and fourth in the long jump. Teammate Jared Trotter finished 10th in the long jump.

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