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Coe-Brown girls dominate to repeat as D-II champs

  • Coe-Brown's Ariel Clachar powers toward the finish line during the 100-meter dash finals at the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. Clachar finished sixth in the event picking up a point along with teammate Jelesa Nelson who finished in second in the event. Clachar also placed first in the long jump. The Coe-Brown girls won the meet with 147 points. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Coe-Brown's Ariel Clachar powers toward the finish line during the 100-meter dash finals at the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. Clachar finished sixth in the event picking up a point along with teammate Jelesa Nelson who finished in second in the event. Clachar also placed first in the long jump. The Coe-Brown girls won the meet with 147 points.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Coe-Brown's Hannah Parker is met with hugs after helping her team finish first in the 4x400 meter relay at the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. Along with relays, Parker also took first in the 1600 meter run and the 800 meter run. The Coe-Brown girls won the meet with 147 points. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Coe-Brown's Hannah Parker is met with hugs after helping her team finish first in the 4x400 meter relay at the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. Along with relays, Parker also took first in the 1600 meter run and the 800 meter run. The Coe-Brown girls won the meet with 147 points.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Merrimack Valley's Andrew Alicea celebrates with the team after they finished in the 4x100 meter relay at the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. The team finished the race in 44.68 seconds and the Merrimack Valley boys finished third overall. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Merrimack Valley's Andrew Alicea celebrates with the team after they finished in the 4x100 meter relay at the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. The team finished the race in 44.68 seconds and the Merrimack Valley boys finished third overall.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Merrimack Valley's Andrew Alicea hugs his coaches after finishing the the 100-meter dash in first during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Merrimack Valley's Andrew Alicea hugs his coaches after finishing the the 100-meter dash in first during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Julianah Adejuyigbe throws in the shot put during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Julianah Adejuyigbe throws in the shot put during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Pembroke's Elizabeth Abbott runs in the 1600-meter run during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Pembroke's Elizabeth Abbott runs in the 1600-meter run during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Merrimack Valley's Maureen Mullen throws in the shot put event during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Merrimack Valley's Maureen Mullen throws in the shot put event during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Coe-Brown's Megan Scannell hugs her sister Katie after she finished the 3200-meter race in fourth during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Coe-Brown's Megan Scannell hugs her sister Katie after she finished the 3200-meter race in fourth during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Coe-Brown's Alley Savioli throws in the shot put event during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. Savioli won the event. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Coe-Brown's Alley Savioli throws in the shot put event during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. Savioli won the event.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Merrimack Valley's John Lindonen races in the 110-meter hurdles during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Merrimack Valley's John Lindonen races in the 110-meter hurdles during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Coe-Brown's Elisabeth Danis runs in the 3200-meter race in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Coe-Brown's Elisabeth Danis runs in the 3200-meter race in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.
    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Coe-Brown's Jelesa Nelson finishes in second in the 100-meter dash during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Coe-Brown's Jelesa Nelson finishes in second in the 100-meter dash during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Coe-Brown's Brooke Laskowsky runs in the 4x800-meter relay during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Coe-Brown's Brooke Laskowsky runs in the 4x800-meter relay during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Coe-Brown's Jelesa Nelson hands the baton off to Lauren Montgomery in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Coe-Brown's Jelesa Nelson hands the baton off to Lauren Montgomery in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Coe-Brown's Sam Toscano pushes to finish the 4x100-meter relay in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Coe-Brown's Sam Toscano pushes to finish the 4x100-meter relay in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Merrimack Valley's 4x400-relay team shared hugs at the finish line in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Merrimack Valley's 4x400-relay team shared hugs at the finish line in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Coe-Brown's Ariel Clachar powers toward the finish line during the 100-meter dash finals at the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. Clachar finished sixth in the event picking up a point along with teammate Jelesa Nelson who finished in second in the event. Clachar also placed first in the long jump. The Coe-Brown girls won the meet with 147 points. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Coe-Brown's Hannah Parker is met with hugs after helping her team finish first in the 4x400 meter relay at the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. Along with relays, Parker also took first in the 1600 meter run and the 800 meter run. The Coe-Brown girls won the meet with 147 points. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Merrimack Valley's Andrew Alicea celebrates with the team after they finished in the 4x100 meter relay at the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. The team finished the race in 44.68 seconds and the Merrimack Valley boys finished third overall. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Merrimack Valley's Andrew Alicea hugs his coaches after finishing the the 100-meter dash in first during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Julianah Adejuyigbe throws in the shot put during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Pembroke's Elizabeth Abbott runs in the 1600-meter run during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Merrimack Valley's Maureen Mullen throws in the shot put event during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Coe-Brown's Megan Scannell hugs her sister Katie after she finished the 3200-meter race in fourth during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Coe-Brown's Alley Savioli throws in the shot put event during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. Savioli won the event. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Merrimack Valley's John Lindonen races in the 110-meter hurdles during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Coe-Brown's Elisabeth Danis runs in the 3200-meter race in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Coe-Brown's Jelesa Nelson finishes in second in the 100-meter dash during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Coe-Brown's Brooke Laskowsky runs in the 4x800-meter relay during the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Coe-Brown's Jelesa Nelson hands the baton off to Lauren Montgomery in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Coe-Brown's Sam Toscano pushes to finish the 4x100-meter relay in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Merrimack Valley's 4x400-relay team shared hugs at the finish line in the division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Division II track & field championships; May 26, 2013 at Pelham High School. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

PELHAM – There was a slight delay in the awards presentation after yesterday’s Division II track and field championships while the public address announcer waited for the girls from Milford to go and receive their runner-up plaque. So Coe-Brown was forced to wait.

They were huddled, they were smiling, they were holding each other back until their name was called. But, really, what were a few more seconds – especially when this was a moment a full spring season in the making?

“We could taste this from an early point,” said Brent Tkaczyk, who joined Tim Cox and David Zink-Mailloux in coaching the Bears. “That’s something that you don’t want to talk a lot about, but we could taste it right away.”

It’s the taste of victory. And it’s a flavor the Coe-Brown girls know very well. For the fourth straight running season, the Bears proved themselves the best of Division II, making it back-to-back outdoor championships – with cross country and indoor crowns sandwiched between – by demonstrating such an across-the-board dominance that they scored more points than any other two teams combined.

They might’ve been forced to wait for their trophy, after being forced to wait a full day because of Saturday’s bad weather. But when they were finally given the chance to stake their claim, Coe-Brown’s athletes wasted little time in asserting themselves as champions, considering they had scored enough points to win when there were seven events still remaining.

As it was, on the strength of six first-place finishes, they totaled 147.5 points, which easily outnumbered the 74 of second-place Milford – and was 29.5 more than the Bears scored in winning the Division II meet last spring. Lebanon (72.5) was third yesterday, while Merrimack Valley (65) finished fourth.

“We’ve never won early meets in my coaching career, and Cox and I have been doing this together since ’99,” Tkaczyk said. “We came here (earlier) and won this Pelham meet, and it was clear that we had points in every direction. That excitement you see is a relief that we did it, and of success.

“They wanted this.”

Not surprising for a team featuring several components of the squad that won the cross country title in the fall, Coe-Brown got a huge boost in the distance events – and there the star was sophomore Hannah Parker.

Personally she repeated her 2012 victories in the 800 (2:14.73) and 1,600 (5:12.29), and also contributed to a pair of relay triumphs. She joined with Sarah Curtin, Mary Fowler and Katelyn Terry to form a 4x400 team that won in 4:06.59, after earlier in the day joining Fowler, Terry and Lindsey Terry to set a new Division II meet record – 9:34.27 – in the 4x800.

Overall, Coe-Brown scored 66 points in the five running events that cover at least 800 meters. Contributing to that accumulation were Elisabeth Danis (second 1,600, second 3,200), Brooke Laskowsky (fourth 800), Katie Scannell (fourth 3,200) and Meg Scannell (fifth 1,600).

“We have a really good team this year,” Parker said. “We basically have really good people in every event – and it’s awesome.”

That’s no exaggeration, as Coe-Brown scored in 15 of the 18 events. Alley Savioli won the shot put with a toss of 39-11, and placed second in the javelin. Ariel Clachar’s leap of 16-10 edged teammate Samantha Toscano by half an inch, and led a 1-2 Bears finish in the long jump. Clachar added a sixth in the 100, while Toscano also finished third in both the triple jump and the 100 hurdles, and those two joined Lauren Montgomery and Jelasa Nelson to finish second in the 4x100.

Individually, Nelson also placed second in the 100 and fifth in the 200. Katelyn Terry placed third in the 300 hurdles and fifth in the triple jump. Kayla Roberts finished second in the pole vault, while Sam Donohue was fifth in the shot put, and Christen Gallant (pole vault) and Megan Rouillard (discus and javelin) both posted sixth-place finishes.

“When they get here, I wouldn’t want to coach against them,” Tkaczyk said, “because they just are competitors and warriors.”

Merrimack Valley had a solid day, too, scoring in eight events, and notching two titles on the girls’ side. Mary Mullen won the discus with a heave of 106-5, with the Pride taking second (Julianah Adejuyigbe) and fifth (Maureen Mullen) in that same contest. The other individual winner was Meredith Ramsey, who claimed the 400 with a run of 58.62. She also finished third in both the 100 and 200.

“I was so nervous knowing that the times were close,” said Ramsey, who set a school record in winning by less than a tick. “I knew I had to not worry about anyone else, run my race, and do my best – and it turned out really well.”

“Everyone stepped up in their own way,” Mary Mullen said. “It was a great team effort everywhere. When we saw one person fall, we all picked her up.”

Adejuyigbe (second discus) and Maureen Mullen (fifth javelin) also scored in multiple events for MV, while Nancy Taban set a school record of 15.69 en route to second in the 100 hurdles, Madison Irving was third in the javelin, and the 4x400 relay team finished sixth.

“We were hoping to be in the top two today,” Pride Coach Bob Mullen said. “We shot high; they wanted a little bit more, but I don’t think there was any letdown.”

MV’s boys matched the girls with 65 points to finish third – behind repeat champ Souhegan (90) and runner-up Portsmouth (80) – thanks to an effort that featured three individual titles and big days from a couple of athletes who each scored in four events.

Andrew Alicea won the 100 in a dash of 11.37, and individually took third in the shot put plus fourth in the long jump. John Lindonen destroyed his previous personal best by 15 feet when he threw the javelin 175-8 for the win, and also scored fifth in the 110 hurdles and sixth in the triple jump. Those two also contributed to the Pride’s triumphant 4x100 relay team, which buzzed around in 44.68 seconds.

Brendan Polichronopoulos and Bibek Thapa were also pieces of that championship, which was part of an excellent day for the MV boys in the relay races. Polichronopoulos and Thapa worked with Keegan Hanks and Carter Saltmarsh to finish second – by a nose – in the 4x400, while Polichronopoulos, Hanks, Saltmarsh and Branden McCoo were runners-up in the 4x800.

“Today we just nailed it,” Polichronopoulos, who added third place in the 400 to his three relay performances, said specifically of the 4x100. “Everything really came together.”

The Coe-Brown boys finished eighth, with their 27 points highlighted by Jeremy Brassard’s sweep of the 1,600 (4:25.08) and 3,200 (9:41.14). The Bears also got scoring from their 4x400 relay (fourth), Stevie Frase (fifth discus) and Noah Macri (sixth pole vault).

Pembroke finished 13th, its 10 points coming from Cody Steed (second triple jump) and Drew Harrison (fifth 400). Daniel Caterino (fifth high jump, sixth shot put) accounted for John Stark’s two points.

Division II boys’ championship

Team scores

1. Souhegan, 90

2. Portsmouth, 80

3. MERRIMACK VALLEY, 65

4. Lebanon, 58

5. Pelham, 50

6. Plymouth, 32

7. Milford, 28

8. COE-BROWN, 27

9. Oyster River, 25

10. Con-Val, 23

11. Windham, 15

12. Hanover, 13

13. PEMBROKE, 10

14. Stevens, 9

14. St. Thomas, 9

16. Sanborn, 8

17. Trinity, 6

18. Hollis-Brookline, 5

19. Kennett, 3

20. JOHN STARK, 2

Event results

100 – 1. Andrew Alicea, MV, 11.37; 2. Jan Bartos, Oyster River, 11.62; 3. Malcolm Gocha, Plymouth, 11.63; 4. Romeo Masuku, Trinity, 11.65; 5. Brandon Dreyfuss, Windham, 11.71; 6. Akeem Bailey, Stevens, 11.72

200 – 1. Hunter Normandeau, Portsmouth, 23.90; 2. Akeem Bailey, Stevens, 23.95; 3. Nevin Kapuscinski, Lebanon, 24.02; 4. Rob Mills, Plymouth, 24.11; 5. Nathan Lautenschlager, Kennett, 24.16; 6. Nathan McFarland, Portsmouth, 24.25

400 – 1. Tanner Kent, Souhegan, 50.28; 2. Rob Mills, Plymouth, 50.93; 3. Brendan Polichronopoulos, MV, 52.19; 4. Kyle Lorden, H-B; 52.74; 5. Drew Harrison, Pembroke, 52.97; 6. Joe Flaherty, H-B, 53.09

800 – 1. Sam Ballard, Souhegan, 1:58.14; 2. Jacob Kittredge, Souhegan, 1:58.15; 3. Brandon Hannon, Pelham, 1:58.96; 4. Benjamin Chaimberg, Hanover, 2:00.66; 5. Wesley Hutton, Oyster River, 2:01.11; 6. Ben Finnigan, St. Thomas, 2:06.13

1,600 – 1. Jeremy Brassard, Coe-Brown, 4:25.08; 2. Ben Finnigan, St. Thomas, 4:27.47; 3. Beckley Stearns, Portsmouth, 4:30.76; 4. Nathan Kittredge, Souhegan, 4:36.12; 5. Jason Bender, Souhegan, 4:43.42; 6. Colin Nelson-Peck, Plymouth, 4:45.07

3,200 –1. Jeremy Brassard, Coe-Brown, 9:41.14; 2. Noah Williams, Hanover, 9:46.08; 3. Thomas Caulfield, Oyster River, 9:46.46; 4. Eli Moskowitz, Souhegan, 9:48.54; 5. Josh Fontaine, Lebanon, 9:50.71; 6. Cameron Barth, Oyster River, 9:52.72

110 hurdles – 1. Ben DeForest, Souhegan, 14.53; 2. Kevin Cheam, Pelham, 15.12; 3. Sutton Bradbury-Koster, Pelham, 15.83; 4. Craig Telfer, Lebanon, 16.03; 5. John Lindonen, MV, 16.21; 6. Ian Michaud, Milford, 16.39

300 hurdles – 1. Ben DeForest, Souhegan, 39.83; 2. Kevin Cheam, Pelham, 40.69; 3. Malcolm Gocha, Plymouth, 41.79; 4. Sutton Bradbury-Koster, Pelham, 42.23; 5. Ryan Forbes, Portsmouth, 42.31; 6. Aaron Ladeau, Milford, 43.00

4x100 – 1. MV, 44.68; 2. Lebanon, 44.89; 3. Portsmouth, 45.24; 4. Windham, 45.69; 5. Plymouth, 45.88; 6. Hanover, 46.23

4x400 – 1. Souhegan, 3:31.89; 2. MV, 3:31.98; 3. Portsmouth, 3:35.23; 4. Coe-Brown, 3:35.27; 5. Milford, 3:35.44; 6. Lebanon, 3:40.09

4x800 – 1. Souhegan, 8:18.15; 2. MV, 8:26.15; 3. Lebanon, 8:28.05; 4. Oyster River, 8:30.22; 5. Portsmouth, 8:31.79; 6. Kennett, 8:43.77

High jump – 1. John Cioffredi, Lebanon, 6-4; 2. Ben DeForest, Souhegan, 6-4; 3. Kyle Cayer, Portsmouth, 6-4; 4. Jarad Asselin, Milford, 6-0; 5. Dan Caterino, John Stark, 5-8; 5. Galen Moynihan, Lebanon, 5-8; 5. Eddie Carroll, Portsmouth, 5-8

Pole vault – 1. Alex Tamulonis, Milford, 13-6; 2. Kyle Cayer, Portsmouth, 11-6; 3. Zack Rohacek, Portsmouth, 11-6; 4. Trevor Brown, 11-6; 5. Kyle Couture, Pelham, 11-0; 6. Noah Macri, Coe-Brown, 11-0

Long jump – 1. Kevin Cheam, Pelham, 22-9 1/2; 2. Patrick Fitzgerald, Windham, 20-6; 3. Will Merchant, Lebanon, 20-4 1/2; 4. Andrew Alicea, MV, 20-4 1/2; 5. John Cioffredi, Lebanon, 20-3 1/2; 6. John Hennessey, Windham, 20-3 1/2

Triple jump – 1. Jack Chace, Portsmouth, 42-10; 2. Cody Steed, Pembroke, 42-7; 3. Kevin Cheam, Pelham, 42-6 3/4; 4. Jarad Asselin, Milford, 41-6; 5. John Cioffredi, Lebanon, 40-7 3/4; 6. John Lindonen, MV, 40-7 1/2

Shot put – 1. John Cioffredi, Lebanon, 47-5 1/2; 2. Coty Cadorett, Con-Val, 43-7 1/2; 3. Andrew Alicea, MV, 43- 3/4; 4. Nick Ritzo, Portsmouth, 42-6 1/2; 5. Ed French, Portsmouth, 42-4; 6. Daniel Caterino, John Stark, 42- 1/4

Discus – 1. Ed French, Portsmouth, 140-8; 2. Tommy Hughes, Con-Val, 135-11; 3. Nawyn Meas, Con-Val, 122-1; 4. Bertrand, Wieliczko, Plymouth, 118-8; 5. Stevie Frase, Coe-Brown, 117-0; 6. Coty Cadorett, Con-Val, 114-2

Javelin – 1. John Lindonden, MV, 175-8; 2. Shaun Howard, Sanborn, 163-0; 3. Ben Smith, Milford, 150-9; 4. Nick Bernier, Oyster River, 150-2; 5. Matt McDevitt, Trinity, 145-1; 6. Noah Crane, Plymouth, 142-0

Division II girls’ championship

Team scores

1. COE-BROWN, 147.5

2. Milford, 74

3. Lebanon, 72.5

4. MERRIMACK VALLEY, 65

5. Oyster River, 38

6. Hanover, 26.5

7. Souhegan, 26

8. Kennett, 26

9. Portsmouth, 16.5

10. Goffstown, 15

11. Plymouth, 14

11. Hollis-Brookline, 14

13. Windham, 6

13. Con-Val, 6

15. Stevens, 4

15. Trinity, 4

17. Pelham, 3

Event results

100 – 1. Dominique Twombley, Oyster River, 12.58; 2. Jelesa Nelson, Coe-Brown, 12.67; 3. Meredith Ramsey, Merrimack Valley, 12.8; 4. Jessica Krafft, Milford, 13.07; 5. Georgiana Miller, Kennett, 13.08; 6. Ariel Clachar, Coe-Brown, 13.1

200 – 1. Dominique Twombley, Oyster River, 26.11; 2. Jessica Krafft, Milford, 26.34; 3. Meredith Ramsey, Merrimack Valley, 26.79; 4. Emily Kovacs, Lebanon, 27.23; 5. Jelesa Nelson, Coe-Brown, 27.32; 6. Troi Graves, Portsmouth, 27.33;

400 – 1. Meredith Ramsey, Merrimack Valley, 58.62; 2. Hannah Culver, Souhegan, 59.44; 3. Dina Pitsas, Milford, 60.83; 4. Sarah Hurd, Souhegan, 61.89; 5. Marissa Neiman, Portsmouth, 62.33; 6. Emily Robinson, Milford, 62.36

800 – 1. Hannah Parker, Coe-Brown, 2:14.72; 2. Maegan Doody, Oyster River, 2:17.74; 3. Kristen Tilley, Windham, 2:22.46; 4. Brooke Laskowsky, Coe-Brown, 2:22.96; 5. Aidan Bardos, Hanover, 2:26.28; 6. Shaylyn Harrington, Pelham, 2:27.82

1,600 – 1. Hannah Parker, Coe-Brown, 5:12.29; 2. Elisabeth Danis, Coe-Brown, 5:16. 99; 3. Liberty Gendron, Goffstown, 5:22.21; 4. Parker Goss, Hanover, 5:25.37; 5. Meg Scannell, Coe-Brown, 5:31.15; 6. Nell Houde, Lebanon, 5:31.77

3,200 – 1. Courtney Hawkins, Milford, 11:08.66; 2. Elisabeth Danis, Coe-Brown, 11:16.88; 3. Emma Newton, H-B, 11:33.14; 4. Katie Scannell, Coe-Brown, 11:55.88; 5. Emily Benz, Hollis-Brookline, 12:00.77; 6. Nell Houde, Lebanon, 12:03.79

100 hurdles – 1. Kelly Ludew, Lebanon, 15.67; 2. Nancy Taban, Merrimack Valley, 15.69; 3. Mandi Lathrop, Oyster River, 16.79; 4. Natasha Cote, Trinity, 17.22; 5. Haley Zanga, Oyster River, 17.27; 6. Emily Plante, Goffstown, 17.28

300 hurdles – 1. Kelley Ludew, Lebanon, 46.57; 2. Katherine Vincelette, Hanover, 47.86; 3. Katelyn Terry, Coe-Brown, 49.17; 4. Safiya Walker, Hanover, 49.49; 5. Meghan Philpot, H-B, 49.58; 6. Katelyn Surprenant, Pelham, 49.97

4x100 – 1. Milford, 51.08; 2. Coe-Brown, 51.24; 3. Kennett, 51.47; 4. Lebanon, 51.64; 5. Portsmouth, 51.92; 6. Hanover, 52.38

4x400 – 1. Coe-Brown, 4:06.59; 2. Milford, 4:10.34; 3. Hanover, 4:13.24; 4. Oyster River, 4:13.88; 5. Lebanon, 4:16.3; 6. Merrimack Valley, 4:20.2

4x800 – 1. Coe-Brown, 9:34.27; 2. Souhegan, 9:45.66; 3. Milford, 9:47.44; 4. Hollis-Brookline, 9:49.79; 5. Kennett, 10:24.34; 6. Portsmouth, 10:27.96

High jump – 1. Marykate Melanson, Plymouth, 5-1; 2. Brooke Simmons, Goffstown, 5-0; 3. Olivia Rougeau, Milford, 4-10; 4. Colleen Healey, Plymouth, 4-10; 5. Hannah Mahon, Hanover, 4-10; 5. Lauren Anikis, Lebanon, 4-10

Pole vault – 1. Sarah Muse, Portsmouth, 9-6; 2. Kayla Roberts, Coe-Brown, 9-0; 3. Brianna Lippitt, Milford, 8-6; 4. Samantha MacDonald, Lebanon, 8-6; 5. Heather Selmer, Lebanon, 8-6; 6. Christen Gallant, Coe-Brown, 8-0; 6. Lissa Peyser, Portsmouth, 8-0

Long jump – 1. Ariel Clachar, Coe-Brown, 16-10; 2. Samantha Toscano, Coe-Brown, 16-9 1/2; 3. Mikayla Hickey, Souhegan, 16-4; 4. Georgia Michalovic, Lebanon, 16-3 1/2; 5. Heather King, Lebanon, 16-2 1/4; 6. Lauren Anikis, Lebanon, 15-5 3/4

Triple jump – 1. Gracie Ryan, Kennett, 34-6 1/2; 2. Heather King, Lebanon, 34-5 1/4; 3. Samantha Toscano, Coe-Brown, 34-2; 4. Lauren Anikis, Lebanon, 34-0 3/4; 5. Katelyn Terry, Coe-Brown, 33-9 1/2; 6. Skyler Goss, Pelham, 33-8

Shot put – 1. Alley Savioli, Coe-Brown, 39-11; 2. Camryn Johnson, Milford, 37-5; 3. Julianah Adejuyigbe, Merrimack Valley, 36-6 1/2; 4. Moriah Morton, Lebanon, 32-10 1/2; 5. Sam Donohue, Coe-Brown, 32-7; 6. Morgan Andrews, Milford, 32-2 3/4

Discus – 1. Mary Mullen, MV, 106-05; 2. Julianah Adejuyigbe, MV, 101-11; 3. Katie Andersen, Kennett, 99-5; 4. Megan Hardwick, Con-Val, 93-11; 5. Maureen Mullen, MV, 90-4; 6. Megan Rouillard, Coe-Brown, 89-6

Javelin – 1. Moriah Morton, Lebanon, 116-2; 2. Alley Savioli, Coe-Brown, 114-5; 3. Madison Irving, MV, 104-11; 4. Maddy Boardman, Stevens, 104-0; 5. Maureen Mullen, MV, 103-7; 6. Megan Rouillard, Coe-Brown, 100-9

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