York Excessive College scored dominant victories in each the girls and boys divisions of the Class B state observe meet held Saturday at Mount Desert Island Excessive College in Bar Harbor.
The York ladies tallied 113 factors to complete far forward of second-place Cape Elizabeth (70). Host MDI was third with 57 factors adopted by Outdated City (50) and Cony of Augusta (46) to spherical out the highest 5 groups.
York sophomore Cary Drake swept the 1,600 and three,200 whereas teammates Lexi Brent and Charlotte Williamson completed 1-2 in each the 100 and 300 hurdles, and the Wildcats’ 4×400 and 4×800 relay groups each had been victorious.
Senior Tori Hews sparked Cape Elizabeth by successful each the 100 and 200 dashes.
MDI’s effort was led by Bella Brown, who bested second-place Madilyn Baker of Outdated City to win the discus. Callan Eason positioned second within the 400 for the Trojans, whereas MDI completed second within the 4×100 and 4×800 relay occasions and took third within the 4×400.
Chelsea Cote of Outdated City received the shot put with a better of 34-8, simply edging out Courtney Wheaton of Nokomis of Newport at 34-6 ½.
Annie Vannoy of Medomak Valley of Waldoboro received the 800.
The York boys scored 97 factors to prime second-place Leavitt of Turner Heart by 40 factors. Freeport (47.5), Greely of Cumberland Heart (43) and Yarmouth (40) had been subsequent, adopted by sixth-place MDI and seventh-place Outdated City.
Depth proved pivotal for York, which received 4 particular person occasions. The Wildcats’ Matt Charpentier was a double-event winner within the shot put and discus, whereas teammate Christian Burke received the pole vault and Hunter Pruett was the 800-meter champion.
MDI’s Miles Burr received the 100 after setting a Class B state file of 10.95 seconds within the prelims and the sophomore added one other win within the 200 and a third-place end within the triple leap. Outdated City junior Corbin Flewelling received each the lengthy leap and triple leap.
In Class C, Lisbon captured its second straight ladies championship whereas Winslow captured the boys title at Lewiston Excessive College.
Sarah Moore received the lengthy leap and 100 sprint and positioned second within the triple leap to guide the Lisbon ladies, who scored 119 factors to prime second-place Orono (82.5). Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield (73), Kents Hill (62) and Bucksport (46) accomplished the highest 5, adopted by Houlton (36) and George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill (33.5).
The meet featured a battle between Houlton freshman Teanne Ewings and Orono sophomore Ruth White within the 1,600 for the second straight week. Ewings, who edged White by .06 seconds on the Penobscot Valley Convention championships, edged the 2021 state champion within the race by .63 seconds to win this yr’s occasion with a time of 5:02.47.
Ewings additionally received the 800, whereas White received the three,200 in a time of 10:46.38 to interrupt the 38-year-old Class C state-meet file held by Christine Snow of Outdated Orchard Seaside since 1984.
White additionally joined older sister Nora White, Katherine Kohtala and Ellie Brooks to win the meet-opening 4×800 relay in serving to Orono to its runner-up end, as did second-place finishes by Emerson Walston within the shot put and Anna Malloy within the pole vault.
Among the many different occasion winners had been MCI teammates Emma Burr within the 200 and Samantha Morin within the pole vault, Natasha Monreal of Bucksport within the triple leap, Cheyenne Cahill of Carrabec of North Anson within the shot put and Maranda Pert of George Stevens within the discus.
Victories by Evan Watts within the 100, Joseph Richards within the 400 and a 4×400 relay staff that includes each sprinters led Winslow to the boys title with 86 factors.
Orono was a detailed second with 74.5 factors, with Lisbon (70), Washington Academy of East Machias (57), Foxcroft Academy (51), Bucksport (49.5) and George Stevens Academy (36) subsequent within the 28-school subject.
Orono was led by Owen Conner Self, who received the 100 hurdles and positioned second within the 300 hurdles, and extra second-place finishes from Alex Maheu within the pole vault and Kyle McClellan within the 3,200.
Washington Academy’s Kenori Simmons and Cameron Bowser completed 1-2 within the 100 sprint, with Simmons putting second within the 200 whereas Bowser was the runner-up in each the lengthy and triple jumps.
Foxcroft sophomore Jackson Smith received the excessive leap and teamed with Bodie Clarke, Eion McCloskey and Jesse Drury to win the 4×100 relay. Drury, a senior, additionally captured the javelin title.
Bucksport acquired victories from William Hileman within the 3,200 and Colin Simpson within the lengthy leap.
Kaleb Colson of Sumner Memorial Excessive College in East Sullivan received each the 800 and 1,600, whereas different occasion champions included Ellis Braga of Searsport within the pole vault and Lucas Gustin of Corinth’s Central Excessive College within the shot put.