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April 16, 2014

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Boys Track

Triton 88, Lynnfield 57

Triton picked up its second win of the season on Monday, beating Lynnfield 88-57 during a tri-meet with Amesbury on Monday afternoon. The top performers for the Vikings included Brandon Duford, who took first in the 400-meter hurdles (62.8), 110-meter hurdles (18.1) and the high jump (5-2); Nick Amello, who won the 400 (54.8); Ryan Kent, who won the 800 (2:17); Mark Theberge, who won the shot put (40-11); Max Luttenbacher, who won the discus (127-11) and Austin Stevens, who won the pole vault (10-6).

Amesbury 77, Triton 68

Amesbury 88, Lynnfield 57

Amesbury won both of its meets in Monday’s tri-meet against Triton and Lynnfield, beating the Vikings 77-68 and the Pioneers 88-57. The top performers for the Indians were Pat Halloran, who won the 400-meter hurdles (59.8); James Stone, who won the 400-meter race (53.1); Patrick McCue, who won the 2-mile (11:20); Adam Elfiki, who won the high hurdles (16.5) and the triple jump (37-3); Bailey Flanagan, who won the long jump (16-5); Riley O’Connor, who won the high jump (5-4); Fred Halloran, who won the 800 (2:18); the 4x100 relay team of Keith Merchant, Garret Collins, Jared Day and Flanagan (48.4) and the 4x400 relay team of Tabor Smith, O’Connor, Fred Halloran and Stone (3:43). With the two wins, Amesbury is now 5-1 on the year.

Triton’s winners included Andrew Perilli in the javelin (126-3); Curran Callewaert in the mile (5:14); Cam Atherton in the 100 (11.8) and 200 (24.6) and Nick Amello in the long jump (17 feet).

Girls Track

Triton 75, Amesbury 70

Triton 96, Lynnfield 48

The Triton girls track team swept Amesbury and Lynnfield in Monday’s tri-meet, picking up the team’s first two wins of the season to improve to 2-3 on the year.

The top performers for Triton included Kerstin Darsney, who took first in the triple jump (34 feet), long jump (15-8), 100-hurdles (16.2) and 200-meter dash (26.8); Liz Willmonton, who won the 2-mile (12:42) and the pole vault (6-6); Maddie Quigley, who won the 800 (2:27); Laura Frackiewicz, who won the 400 (63.9) and the 4x100 relay team of Quigley, Frackiewicz, Sydney Rybicki and Audrey Martin.

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