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State Championships

Dartmouth College, Hanover NH

February 8, 2009
From lancertiming.com
- Class L - Class I-M-S

Sinotte, Schneider run US#1 1500s
Strong runs by Fernandez (3k) and Rodriquez (600)

Team Champs:
  • Class L - Nashua South boys 57 over Londonderry 48; Bishop Guertin girls 59 over Manchester Central 58
  • Class I-M-S - Lebanon boys 81 over Hanover 56; Milford girls 68 over Portsmouth 63
Class L Highlights
  • Central sr Cory Sinotte won the 1500 with a US#1 and near-state record 3:59.59 1500
  • Bishop Geurtin jr Francis Hernandez paced team to 1-2 in 3k with state record 8:42.52, and was 2nd in 1500 (4:05.96)
  • Salem sr Michael Marshall took the 60H (7.74), LJ (21-03) and was 2nd in the HJ (6-02)
  • Nashua North sr Anthony St. Jean swept the 300 (35.63) and 55 (6.49),
  • Winnacunnet sr Jack White led his team to 1-2 in the shot with near-record 55-09.50
  • Londonderry jr Becca Parascandola won the HJ in 5-04, defending title and topping two rivals who cleared the same height, and won the 55H by equaling the state record in 8.46
  • With a better 2nd jump, Winnacunnet sr Jocelyn Briggs nipped Central jr Nora Bruckner in the LJ as both leapt 17-10.  Briggs also defended her 300 title, winning by .11 in Class L record 41.23
  • Central girls went 1-2 in the 1k and 1500, as jr Alexandra Conway defended her 1k title in 3:00.74 over teammate Arianna Valilas.  Valias, however, won the 1500 by .05 over Conway.
Class I-M-S Highlights
  • St. Thomas sr Rachel Schneider won 1500 in US#1 and class mark 4:38.56
  • Hanover sr Grace Rodriguez rolled to the 600 title, setting a class mark 1:35.73 and barely missing state mark by .10
  • Lebanon jr Dominic Filiano topped the class mark in the SP and defended his title with 56-09.50
  • Lebanon sr Julia Westover defended her SP title with a class mark 36-11.75
  • Milford sr Jonathan Kilgore won the HJ in 6-06
  • Milford sr Kristina Martineau tied the class mark in the HJ at 5-04
  • Milford's 4x200 broke class mark with 1:48.92, winning by more than 5 seconds
  • Prospect Mtn jr Issac Fithian and Oyster River sr Ricky Hoyt both broke the class mark in 1k, with Fithian winning in 2;36.83. Hoyt also won the 1500
  • Hanover sr Christian Harris broke the class mark in the LJ with 21-07.75. He was also 2nd in the 55.
  • Lebanon's boys broke the class mark in the 4x200 in 1:36.02
  • Milford's boys led four teams under the class mark in the 4x800 with 8:22.76

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