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Saturday was a banner day for Peabody ladies monitor workforce regardless of the chilly, damp climate, because the Tanners noticed their 4×100-meter and 4×200-meter monitor groups each set new information on the Massachusetts State Observe Coaches Affiliation (MSTCA) Division 1 State Relays on their residence monitor at Peabody Veterans Memorial Excessive College.
The relay workforce — which is made up of Savanna Vargas, Sadai Headley-Mawasi, Dado Nasso and Jolene Murphy — took first place within the 4×100 after breaking each a Div. 1 state relay report and a Peabody faculty report with a time of 49.05 seconds. Within the 4×200, the group took first place and set a brand new Tanners report with a time of 1:44.06. The group’s performances within the two relays helped push Peabody to a sixth place end as a workforce with a complete of 34 factors.
Additionally performing properly for the Tanners on the day was Arlene Davila, who completed first within the discus with a distance of 97 ft, 8 inches. Davila additionally completed second within the shot put with a distance of 33 ft, 9 1/4 inches.
MSTCA Division 4 Relays
Lynnfield – sixth place (28 factors)
The Pioneers bought robust performances from April Luders and Lauren Braconnier within the triple leap, with Luders ending second (31-3 3/4) and Braconnier ending third (31-2 1/2).
Bishop Fenwick – seventh place (28 factors)
Nasha Arnold had a strong day for the Crusaders, ending second within the javelin (87-6) and third within the discus (81-7). Julia Loescher completed second within the discus (82-2) and fourth within the javelin (84-10).
MSTCA Division 1 Relays
St. John’s Prep – 1st place (74 factors)
The Eagles blew away the sphere on Saturday, scoring 18 factors greater than every other workforce in Division 1. The Prep bought relay wins from the 4×1600 dash medley workforce of Dylan Aliberti, Steph Patrick, Jarrett Younger and Nathan Lopez (3:37.25) in addition to the 4×110 shuttle hurdle workforce of Aliberti, Harry Portorreal, Tyler Hughes and Jason Bois (1:05.88).
Individually, Quinn Curtin took first in each the excessive leap (5-9 3/4) and the triple leap (43-3 1/4), whereas Portorreal received the lengthy leap (20-5 1/4).
Peabody – tenth place (20 factors)
The Tanners bought a powerful efficiency from Peter Gardikas, who completed sixth within the discus (118-9) and tenth within the shot put (42-5 1/2). Shea Lynch positioned fifth within the javelin (133-11).
MSTCA Division 4 Relays
Bishop Fenwick – fifth place (32 factors)
The Crusaders had been buoyed by the first-place end of the 4×800 relay workforce of Wyatt Burr, Tyler DeClercq, Matt Gerdenich and Matt Cinelli, who received with a time of 9:04.95. Fenwick additionally took the highest three locations within the discus, with Matt Juneau ending first (119-3), Max Gibbs ending second (110-0) and Franklin Quintin ending third (103-4).
St. John’s Prep 10, Hingham 5
After going into halftime knotted at 3-3, the Eagles had an enormous second half en route to a different victory.
Michael Kelly led the way in which with three objectives and one help, whereas Jimmy Ayers and Michael Ayers every scored two objectives. Tyee Ambrosh, Tommy Sarni and Charlie Wilmot every scored one purpose. Kaden Quirk made eight saves in web, whereas Graham Tyson (8-for-12) and Owen Umansky (6-for-7) had nice days within the faceoff circle.
St. John’s Prep (8-0) travels to Xaverian Tuesday (6).
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