Boys track team runs past Wheeler, Mt. Pleasant and Hope

Girls team squares off in Bayha Division meet

Posted 1/7/22

The indoor track teams competed in regular season meets this week.

On Thursday, Jan. 6, the boys team defeated Mt. Pleasant (93-7), Wheeler (89-18) and Hope (98-0). 

“Despite a day …

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Boys track team runs past Wheeler, Mt. Pleasant and Hope

Girls team squares off in Bayha Division meet

Posted

The indoor track teams competed in regular season meets this week.

On Thursday, Jan. 6, the boys team defeated Mt. Pleasant (93-7), Wheeler (89-18) and Hope (98-0). 

“Despite a day of virtual school because of covid and the loss of several varsity team members due to illness, this was a pretty successful day in terms of our performances,” wrote BHS Coach Bill Barrass. “…The athlete of the day has to be Eli Terrell, who recorded impressive PRs (personal records) in all three of his events!”

Terrell finished second in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.53, and was tops in the high jump, clearing the bar at 5 feet, 6 inches. Terrell, a junior, finished second in the long jump, with a distance of 18 feet, 5.25 inches. 

In the 3,000-meter race, Holden Vaughan finished first with a time of 9:29.38. Vaughan also teamed up with Andrew Rego, Ethan Knight and Bobby Wind for a first place finish in the 4x400-meter relay. Knight won the 300-meter race and the 55 hurdles. 

Ryan Greenberg won the 55-meter dash and ran with Hayden Knight, AJ DiOrio and Jackson O’Connor in the 4x200-meter relay team which won. Charlie Stockwell won the 1,000-meter race and the 600; Rego won the 1,500; and Liam Capozza won the weight throw event. 

“Congratulations also go to the following athletes who marked their best performances of the season: Liam Capozza, Brett White, and Noah Kranowitz in the weight, Elliot LeFort, Finn Myatt, and Ethan Baker in the 3K, Sam Barber and Henry Schultz in the 1,500, Ethan Knight with an impressive PR in the hurdles, and Chase Squires in the 55 dash,” Coach Barrass wrote. 

Girls meet

The Eagles had a number of standout performances during the Week 2 Bayha Division meeting. 

Barrington’s 4x400-meter relay team of Sarah Yee, Anna Garofano, Louise Choi-Schattle and Kyle Keough finished first with a time of 4:35.56. 

The Eagles’ 4x200-meter relay team (Courtney Brady, Sophia Ford, Hannah Bairos and Yee) also ran well, finishing in third. 

Choi-Schattle was second in the 600, and Genny Geiser was third in the high jump. Grace Saal finished fourth in the 55-meter hurdles and Keough was fifth in the 1,500. 

Virginia Sanderson finished sixth in the 3,000-meter race, and Anna Garofano was sixth in the 600.

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