, Newburyport, MA


May 7, 2014

Local roundup


Boys Track

Newburyport tops Pentucket

Last month, Newburyport and Pentucket finished their meet tied at 68, but had to postpone the final event — the pole vault — due to high winds. The meet was concluded yesterday, and Newburyport took the win after Alec Reduker tied his PR with an 11-0 vault. Clayton Pituck placed third with a 9-0 vault, and with the win Newburyport is now 3-3, while Pentucket drops to 1-5-1.

Ipswich 87, Newburyport 58 (Monday)

Newburyport had a tough outing against Ipswich on Monday, losing 87-58. Placing for the Clippers were Alec Reduker, who won the 400 hurdles (65.7), high jump (5-8) and high hurdles (16.5); Tom Graham, who won the 400 (52.2) and placed second in the 100; Joe Molvar, who won the 2 mile (10:49); Tim Englehart, who won the mile; Gabe Ficht, who won the 800; Brendan Byron, who placed third in the triple jump and 200; Nick Maloof, who placed second in the discus; Dan Hansen, who placed second in the javelin; Nick Fay, who placed second in the high jump; Chris Orlando, who placed second in the mile; Tyler Newfell, who placed second in the 800; Seamus Sullivan, who placed third in the javelin; Petey Conway, who placed third in the 2 mile; and Josh Molvar, who placed third in the mile.

Weston Twilight Meet

Newburyport had eight athletes competed at the Weston Twilight meet over the weekend. Three competed in the 800-meters, including Tom Graham (1:59.24), Gabe Ficht (2:04.59) and Issac Black (2:08.43); three competed in the mile, including Tim Englehart (4:38.44), Tyler Newfell (4:38.66) and Joe Molvar (4:39.01); and two competed in the 2 mile, including Chris Orlando (9:56.00) and Josh Molvar (10:44.50)

Girls Track

Ipswich 92, Newburyport 53 (Monday)

Placing for Newburyport was Liza Twomey, who won the shot put (29-6 3/4) and placed second in the long jump; Jackie Daniels and Georgia Kacher took first and second in the discus; Lily Eagan and Kim Capri took second and third in the 400 hurdles; Kacher took second in the javelin; Eagan took third in the triple jump; Kristen Mackie took second in the 2 mile; Isabelle Soule took second in the 100; Rachel Haley took second in the 400; Erin Carool and Alex Mackie took second and third in the mile; Eagan and Deayne Turi took second and third in the 800; Emily Noonan and Twomey took second and third in the 200; and the 4x100 team of Lauren Bean, Twomey, Noonan and Soule won with a time of 54.4.

Weston Twilight Meet

McKenna Kilian won the high jump (5-1, ties personal best) and took fourth in the 400 (61.38); Ali Attenasio took second in the pole vault (10-6, personal best), Paige Wesolowski took fifth in the pole vault (9-6, PB) and 10th in the 400 (62.12, PB) and Emma Marchant took eighth in the 2 mile (11:37.09. PB).

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