By ALEX SPONSELLER The Rhode Island Outdoor Track & Field Division Championships were held this past weekend across the state, and many locals put on a show as they approach this weekend's Class Championships. Bishop Hendricken won the boys Central
BOYS By ALEX SPONSELLER The Rhode Island Outdoor Track & Field Division Championships were held this past weekend across the state, and many locals put on a show as they approach this weekend’s Class Championships.
Bishop Hendricken won the boys Central Division, while Cranston West finished third in the girls Central Division.
Here is a look at some of the local results:
The West relay team of Cole Khanjari, Nate Quero, Peter Morales and Shawn Robbins took second in the 3,200. West’s Kris Degaitas finished second in the 110 hurdles.
West’s relay team of Degaitas, Makai Teixeira, Michael Conti and Alex DelNigro finished third in the 400.
Manny Soler finished fourth for the Falcons in the 110 hurdles, while East’s Isaac Barbosa took fourth in the javelin.
Evan Reynolds won the 3,000 run for Bishop Hendricken as well as the 1,500, while teammate Cam Hughes took first in the discus. John Fay won the hammer throw for Hendricken. Hughes also took first in the shot put while teammate Amuchin Timbo won the triple jump.
John Santos placed first for the Hawks in the high jump.
Hendricken’s Matt Maroney finished first in the shot put.
Hendricken’s relay team of Eze Wali, Kamalie Pemberton, Nathan Rivas and Jake Kopech took second in the 400 while teammate Cameron Chinn finished second in the javelin. Alex Morin finished second in the shot put for the Hawks as well.
Santos later took second in the triple jump for Hendricken
Hendricken’s Jacob Naiefeh finished second in the 300 hurdles
The Hawks relay team of Steven Hauser, Aidan Moreira, Will Olsen and Dawson Reynolds finished third in the 3,200.
Ryan Dyer took second in the 1,500 run for the Hawks. Hendricken’s Jude Ibarra finished third in the discus, while teammate Blessjoey Nyannah finished third in the hammer throw. Ibarra also placed third in the shot put while Matt Steele placed third in the triple jump. Josiah Nhar finished third in the high jump for Hendricken while teammate Evan McGregor finished third in the 1,500.
AJ Montiero placed fourth in the 300 hurdles while McGregor took fourth in the 800 run.
Pilgrim’s Aidan Viveros finished fourth in the shot put while Toll Gate’s Elijah Aguilar took fourth in the pole vault. Steele picked up fourth place in the long jump. GIRLS Cranston West’s relay team of Mikaya Parente, Lindsey Hobin, Ailani Sutherland and Quiana Pezza placed first in the 400. Hobin later finished first in the 100 hurdles.
East’s Samantha Sainristil won the discus while teammate Bethanie Jean-Philippe won the javelin.
Cranston East’s relay team of Aislinn Baxter, Madeline Baxter, Zoe Catrambone and Isabella Acevedo finished second in the 3,200. Sutherland later finished second in the 100 dash.
Stella Loezos finished third in the 800 run for East while Parente took third in the 200 dash. West’s Julianna Bucci finished third in the discus, while teammate Maia Riccio took third in the javelin.
Pezza went on to take third in the triple jump for the Falcons
Catrambone picked up a fourth-place finish in the 800 run while West’s relay team of Pezza, Sutherland, Courtney Rice and Ashlee Tennett finished fourth in the 1,600. East’s Madison Gunderway placed fourth in the hammer throw.
Pilgrim’s Emmanuelle Degos placed second in the 3,000 run while Toll Gate’s Samantha Larrivee finished second in the discus. Toll Gate’s Hannah Horace finished second in the shot put, while Pilgrim’s Dasani Stewart took second in the triple jump.
Horace picked up third place in the hammer throw, while Stewart placed third in the long jump.
Toll Gate’s relay team of Alison Pankowicz, Oce Lowe, Camille Remillard and Mollie Cunningham finished fourth in the 3,200.
Pilgrim’s Elise VanLuinen finished fourth in the 100 hurdles, while teammate Amber Lopes finished fourth in the 3,000.
Pilgrim’s Emma Corcoran placed fourth in the javelin throw.