, Newburyport, MA


April 23, 2014

Local roundup


On Newburyport’s side, junior Tom Graham placed first in four events, including the long jump (18-8), the high jump (5 feet), the 100 (11.4) and the 400 (52.0); Brendan Byron won the triple jump (36-11 1/2) and placed second in the 200 and third in the long jump; Joe Molvar won the mile (4:59) and placed second in the 2 mile; Josh Molvar won the 2 mile (10:40); Tyler Newfell won the 800 (2:10); Shane Buchanan won the javelin; Drew Beaupre placed second in the discus and third in the javelin; Tim Englehart placed second in the mile and third in the 2 mile; Clayton Pituck placed second in the pole vault; Issac Black placed second in the 800; Seamus Sullivan placed third in the discus and Petey Conway placed third in the mile.

Girls Track


The Triton girls won their third meet in a row to improve to 3-3, despite April vacation depleting both teams of a hefty amount of talent. Kerstin Darsney led the way for Triton by winning four events, including the 100 hurdles (15.1), 200 (26.4), triple jump (37-2) and long jump (15-10). Triton also got big performances from Maddie Quigley, who won the 2 mile (12:34); Liz Willmonton, who won the mile (5:49) and the pole vault (7 feet); Laura Frackiewicz, who won the 400 (62.6); and Jess Savage, who won the 800 (2:34). The other placers for Triton were Nellie Thurlow (2nd in 400 hurdles); Kiandra White (2nd in long jump); Madison Kacherian (2nd in triple jump, 3rd in shot put); Audrey Martin (2nd in high jump, 3rd in 400 hurdles); Sydney Rybicki (2nd in shot put, 3rd in 800); Ania Burgess (2nd in javelin); Abby Ostrander (2nd in discus, 3rd in javelin); Meredith Wilcox (2nd in 100, 2nd in 200) and Dayna Rybicki (3rd in 400).

Newburyport’s top performers included Lily Eagan, who won the 400 hurdles (72.2) and the pole vault (7 feet) while placing second in the 400-meter run and third in the triple jump; Georgia Kacher, who won the discus (81-1) and javelin (93 feet); Liza Twomey, who won the shot put (26-6) and placed third in the 200 and long jump; Julia Frisch, who won the high jump (4-6); Isabelle Soule, who won the 100-meter dash (13.2); Kristen Mackie, who placed second in the 2 mile and the 800; Amanda Kenney, who placed second in the high hurdles; Alex Mackie, who placed third in the 2 mile; Jackie Daniels, who placed third in the discus; Kim Capri, who placed third in the high hurdles; and the 4x100 relay team of Lauren Bean, Twomey, Emily Noonan and Soule, who placed first with a time of 52.8.

Girls Tennis

TRITON 3, Pentucket 2

The Vikings continued their winning ways yesterday, beating Pentucket 3-2. Anastasia Small won at first singles 6-2, 6-3. Grace Williams won second singles, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2, and Laurel White won third singles for Triton 6-2, 6-7, 6-2. Williams and White are both JV players who stepped up to play for the varsity team during vacation. Triton is now 5-1 on the season.

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