Indoor Track: League Meet
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Despite the tempestuous and somewhat bumpy road Nashoba’s Indoor track teams have traveled, their regular season has come to a close, ushering in an exciting post season. Nashoba’s teams have excelled this season, with memorable performances from many, and a large collection of District Meet qualifiers spanning across both teams. The girl’s team has finished their season with a record of 3 wins and only one loss, losing to Westborough by only one point. The boy’s team ended with a 1-3 record, losing to Marlborough, Westborough, and Fitchburg.
Nashoba athletes in top individual performance seeds for MidWach Division B include:
55m: Ashlyn Maclure (2nd seed)
300m: Ethan Sarafin (6th seed)
600m: Kyle Cloutier (2nd seed), Owen Hunter (5th seed)
1000m: Alex Bettez (2nd seed), Ella Lemieux (4th seed), Grant Edwards (6th seed)
1mi: Alex Bettez (5th seed), Grant Edwards (2nd seed) Ryan Gillooly (4th seed)
2mi: Alex Bettez (2nd seed), Emily Vivanco (3rd seed), Kyle Cloutier (1st seed), Ryan Gillooly (2nd seed)
55m hurdle: Makaisha Gonzalez (2nd seed), Jordan Bricknell (4th seed), Rose O’Riorden (6th seed), Will Cruikshank (1st seed)
High Jump: Erin McNemar (1st seed), Chloe Dewhurst (2nd seed), Katie Everton (4th seed), Luke Hallbrooks (4th seed)
Shot Put: Jordan Bricknell (4th seed), Emma Talpey (5th seed)
Saturday, February 4th, Nashoba’s top runners, jumpers, hurdlers and throwers all expected a good competition. Three people from each event were entered to compete against the other Division B schools, Westborough, Fitchburg, Marlborough, and Groton-Dunstable. Hosted by Fitchburg High School, these five schools came to bring their all and leave with the coveted MidWach League Champion plaque. Nashoba’s athletes are no strangers to this type of pressure, as the outdoor team hosts the League competition every year.
After a three and a half hour long meet, the Nashoba track teams returned to Bolton. The results of the competition were that the girls came in second by a mere three points to Westborough and the boys coming in third.
Nashoba’s top performers included:
55m: Ashlyn Maclure (2nd),
300m: Ethan Sarafin (5th)
600m: Cam Frend (5th)
1000m: Alex Bettez (2nd), Ella Lemieux (5th), Ryan Gillooly (3rd)
1mi: Allie Kovacs (3rd), Ella Lemieux (5th), Grant Edwards (2nd)
2mi: Alex Bettez (2nd), Emily Vivanco (3rd), Ryan Gillooly (1st), Kyle Cloutier (2nd), Nick Jones (4th)
55m hurdle: Makaisha Gonzalez (2nd), Jordan Bricknell (3rd)
4×200 relay: Ashlyn Maclure/Erin Mehigan/Makaisha Gonzalez/Erin McNemar (1st), Ethan Sarafin/Troy Barksdale/Tom Bianco/Coby Anderson (5th)
4×800 relay: Allie Kovacs/Michaela Bettez/Roxy Vacha/Ashley Masse (2nd), Owen Hunter/Dan Seeley/Isaac Macrae/Cole Clericuzio (1st)
High Jump: Erin McNemar (1st), Katie Everton (2nd), Chloe Dewhurst (3rd), Luke Hallbrooks (3rd)
Shot Put: Jordan Bricknell (2nd), Emma Talpey (5th)
For a full list of results, visit MileSplit.
For more photos of the meet, visit Lea Markham’s Flickr.