Peabody takes DMR: The Tanners, who also won the distance medley at indoor relays, took the Division 1 outdoor race with a winning time of 12:15.73. Peabody was fourth in the sprint medley (4:19.25) and set a school record in that event
Beverly places two teams at D2 relays: Dylan Perry, Bruno Caetano, Mike Black and Alex Greco took sixth place in the sprint medley (3:43.3) for Beverly at the D2 state relays while the same group took seventh in the 4x400 (3:36.1). 6th in sprint medley Dylan Perry, Bruno Caetano, Mike Black and Alex Greco (3:43.3) and same team 7th in 4x400 (3:36.1).
Fenwick grabs two 6’s: The Crusaders shuttle hurdle relay was sixth at D4 state relays held in Abington as Nick Tambini, Pat O’Leary, Ben Maxner and Andrew Carlin ran 77.28. The shot put relay of Pat Corcoran, Carlin and Charlie St. Pierre was also sixth, combining for 141-3.
Marblehead places: The Magicians trio of Josh Beloff, Alex Fesegni and Conrad Rousseau were third in the long jump at D3 relays at 57-feet. The same trio was fifth in the triple jump in 116-9. Marblehead’s Nate Fowler, Chris Brady, John Howard and A.J. Ernst were sixth in the distance medley (11:24.03) and Rousseau, Peirce Law, Brian Neumann and Ian McIver were sixth in the shuttle hurdles (1:12.04).
St. John’s Throwers win: The Eagles throw squad of Evan Dombrowski, David Roy and Dan Sullivan were dominant at the Division 1 state relay held in Andover, winning both the shot put (151-11) and the discus (410-07). Dombrowski set a school record in the shot with a heave of 56 1/2 feet at the Penn Relays, then re-broke it at the state relays by tossing it 57 1/2.
Fenwick Sweeps: The Crusaders (6-5) took a pair of game from Nantucket, 15-3 and 9-1 with Natalie Moore earning the win in both games. In the first contest, senior Dimitria Yeannakopoulos went 4-for-4 with four RBI, Bridget Corcoran went 3-for-3 with two runs and four RBI and Brianna Hemeon went 3-for-4 and scored four runs. In the second game, Jen Crovo had two hits and two RBI, Gianna Pizzano went 3-for-4 with two runs and Charlotte Powers drove in two runs.