High schools: Saturday indoor track and wrestling results

Bow’s Hannah Pawlowski (left) and Merrimack Valley’s Sydney Spack (right) compete in the 600 meters at an indoor track meet at Plymouth State University on Saturday morning. Pawlowski finished second in both the 600 and 1,000, and anchored the winning 4x400 to lead Bow to second place out of 21 teams.

Bow’s Hannah Pawlowski (left) and Merrimack Valley’s Sydney Spack (right) compete in the 600 meters at an indoor track meet at Plymouth State University on Saturday morning. Pawlowski finished second in both the 600 and 1,000, and anchored the winning 4x400 to lead Bow to second place out of 21 teams. JAY SMITH / NHXCTF

Published: 12-25-2023 2:02 AM

Girls’ Indoor Track

Bow 2nd, Kearsarge 3rd, Belmont tied 6th, John Stark tied 6th, Pembroke 11th, Merrimack Valley tied 12th

Key players: Bow  – Hannah Pawlowski (2nd 600, 2nd 1,000), Charlotte Larochelle (3rd long jump, 4th 55 dash), Julia Hou (3rd 1,000), Sabrina Bernard (3rd shot put), Camden Wilson (4th high jump), 4x400 (1st in 4:40), 4x200 (4th); Kearsarge – Molly Ellison (1st 1,500 in 5:14), Amelia Lefebvre (1st high jump at 4-8, 3rd 600), Riley Raynes (3rd high jump), Gabrielle Lamb (5th shot put), Juliet Faria (6th 55 dash), 4x400 (2nd); Belmont –  Ava Lacasse (3rd 55 dash), Adeline Takantjas (3rd 55 hurdles), Jaelyn Nialetz (4th 600), 4x200 (3rd), 4x400 (4th); John Stark – Kayla Barriere (1st 3,000 in 12:08), Anna Chasse (2nd 1,500), Rylee Barnard (3rd 1,500), 4x400 (5th); Pembroke – Jasmine Blake (5th high jump), Teagan Wing (6th 55 hurdles), 4x200 (6th); MV – Sydney Spack (5th 600)

Highlights: The Falcons were the top D-II team, finishing second to just D-I Winnacunnet in Saturday’s morning meet at Plymouth State. Winnacunnet (71), Bow (56), Kearsarge (43), Gilford (30), Milford (27), Belmont (26) and John Stark (26) were the top seven teams. Pembroke (4), MV (2), Bishop Brady (0), Franklin (0) and Winnisquam (0) also competed in the 21-team field. LexiInsana, Hou, Bernard and Pawlowski ran the winning 4x400 relay.

Concord 2nd

Key players: Concord – Ella Goulas (1st high jump at 5-0, 2nd 300), Morgan Doherty (1st long jump at 16-3.5, 2nd 55 hurdles), Ayva Mullen (3rd long jump, 6th 55 dash), Madeline Muller (2nd 600), Kelley Mikelson (2nd high jump, 6th long jump), Allyse Brien (5th high jump), 4x200 (1st), 4x400 (2nd)

Highlights: The Tide and Astros separated themselves from the rest of the 15-team field, but it was Pinkerton that came away with the victory in Saturday afternoon’s meet at Plymouth State. Pinkerton scored 119 points, while Concord scored 80. Londonderry (31), Manchester Memorial (27), Manchester Central (24) and Newport (24) were the other teams in the top six.

Coe-Brown 4th

Key players: Coe-Brown – Montana Spead (1st high jump at 4-6), Isabelle Grenier (2nd shot put), Paige Murdough (3rd 600), Bristol Shirland (3rd 55 hurdles), Francesca Ferguson (5th 1,000), Delaney Manning (5th high jump), Maggie Escabi (6th 300), 4x400 (4th), 4x160 (5th)

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Highlights:  The Bears finished fourth out of seven teams in a Saturday afternoon meet at UNH. Bedford (108), Nashua North (89), Salem (52), Coe-Brown (41), Timberlane (33), Windham (25), ConVal (0). 

Boys’ Indoor Track

John Stark 2nd, Bow 3rd, Merrimack Valley 4th, Bishop Brady 7th, Belmont 9th, Kearsarge 11th, Pembroke 12th, Winnisquam tied 14th 

Key players: John Stark – Joel Douzanis (1st shot put at 40-10), Sam Kinsey-Turner (1st high jump at 6-0), Rio Calle (1st long jump at 20-5.75, 3rd high jump), Eli Lemire (1st 3,000 in 9:55), Rory Magoon (5th shot put), 4x400 (5th); Bow –  Kody McCranie (1st 300 in 37.86 seconds, 3rd 55 dash), Alden Betterley (2nd 1,000, 3rd 1,500), Thomas Sargent (5th 1,500), Wyatt Worcester (6th 1,500), Sean Nicholls (6th shot put), 4x200 (3rd), 4x400 (4th); MV – Mychal Reynolds (1st 600 in 1:29, 5th 55 hurdles), Abhiman Karki (2nd shot put), Jed Duquette (3rd shot put), Van Barlow (6th high jump), 4x400 (3rd), 4x200 (6th); Bishop Brady – Josh Gentchos (1st 55 dash in 6.69 seconds, 4th 300), Alan Yap (2nd 300, 4th 55 dash); Belmont – Damien Sanborn (2nd 55 dash, 3rd 300), 4x200 (4th); Kearsarge – Daniel Dalbec (2nd 1,500); Pembroke – Zachery Heichlinger (4th shot put), Gavin Currier (tied 4th high jump); Winnisquam – Brendan Goodwin (4th 600)

Highlights: Division I Winnacunnet (60) topped the team standings in Saturday’s morning session at Plymouth State, but area D-II teams John Stark (50), Bow (44) and MV (34) were competitive. Pelham (33), Milford (28) and Bishop Brady (26) rounded out the top seven, while Belmont (18), Kearsarge (8), Pembroke (7), Winnisquam (4) and Franklin (0) also competed in the 21-team meet.

Concord tied 8th

Key players: Concord – Josiah Conley (1st 3,000 in 8:58), Deagan Hines (4th 55 dash, 5th 300), Connor McGahan (5th 55 hurdles), Tim Fahnbulleh (6th 55 dash), 4x200 (5th)

Highlights:  The Crimson Tide tied for eighth place out of 15 teams in a Saturday afternoon meet at Plymouth State. Pinkerton (152) dominated the meet, with Bishop Guertin (34), Trinity (30) and Hanover (29) rounding out the top four. Concord scored 21 points. 

Coe-Brown 4th

Key players: Coe-Brown – Elias Warner (2nd shot put), Bryce Sartin (3rd high jump), Cameron Lee (3rd 55 dash), Ethan Newick (4th 55 dash), Luc Kerouac (5th 600), Max Lemay (5th 1,500), 4x160 (1st), 4x400 (4th)

Highlights:  The Bears finished fourth in a seven-team meet at UNH on Saturday afternoon. Bedford easily won with 147 points, followed by Windham (46), Nashua North (45), Coe-Brown (42), Timberlane (34), Salem (29) and ConVal (14). 


Concord 30th, Bow 89th at George Bossi Holiday Tournament

Key players: Concord – Max Chung (4-2 at 150, reached consis of 8), Biswas Darji (3-2 at 106, reached consis of 8), Griffin Norwalt (3-2 at 126, reached consis of 8), Hunter Richard (3-2 at 132, reached consis of 8); Bow – Adler Moura (4-2 at 120, advanced to quarterfinals)

Highlights:  The Crimson Tide and Falcons competed at the 93-team George Bossi Holiday Tournament in Lowell, Mass., against teams from all over New England. Concord scored 88 points, while Bow totaled 17. Newtown, Conn. (215.5), Haverhill, Mass. (210.5) and Shawsheen Valley Technical High School from Billerica, Mass. (179) were the top three teams.