”It was a great day and a perfect way for the girls to end their season,” said head coach Jay Smith. “The last time they were undefeated was 2009, so it’s been a few years.”
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE BOYS
Senior Patrick Corcoran doubled in the shot (47-0) and discus (126-3) to lead Fenwick to a second place finish (98 points). Senior Matt O’Brien became the first person at Fenwick to qualify for the pole vault (10-0) since 1974. Senior Bryan Mendes won the mile (4:38) and anchored the winning 4x800 relay team (9:14). Nick Tambini rounded out the day with a second place finish in the 110 high hurdles (16.9).
CATHOLIC CONFERENCE MEET
St. John’s Prep finished second with 104 points, behind B.C. High (130). The Eagles finished third during the duel meet season, but jumped over Xaverian this weekend.
Evan Dombrowski had a big day for St. John’s, winning the shot put (53-3), taking second in the discus (141-4) and being named the Outstanding Performer for the Conference. As of Saturday, Dombrowski’s shot put throw of 57-2 earlier this spring was still the top throw in the state. Tim Loehner also won the 2-mile for the Eagles in 9:52.31.
CAPE ANN LEAGUE GIRLS
Ipswich coach Marty Binette realized that his team had a shot at winning as the final events took place. With a team total of 94 points, the Tigers scored three points higher than second place Masco (91) and six points ahead of third place Hamilton-Wenham (88).
”The girls and I were shocked, because it was pretty close the whole way,” noted Binette. “We knew we had a good shot, but it was such a great day and the girls were really happy.”
Michaela Hedderman was first in the 100 (13.15) and 200 (26.43), while Sarah Kerian took the mile (5:09.67). Marissa Cain won the javelin (101-1), while Hannah Steele (high jump), Tina Kieran (2 mile) and Devin Smith (triple jump) all finished second in their respective events. Smith took fourth in the 400 (61.74) and was also was a member of the winning 4x400 relay team along with Jill Calvani, Emily Brengle and Shey Coughlin (4:24.89). Celia Zampitella rounded out the top finishers taking third in the shot (31-4)