Brewer Sweeps EMITL Indoor Track Titles

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Brewer Sweeps EMITL Indoor Track Titles

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The Brewer girls won the EMITL for the first time since 2009, and they did it with their depth. Brewer only had one individual winner, and added a win in the 4x200, but the rest of their 91.50 came from those second through sixth places.

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Freshman Morgan Honey was the lone individual winner for the Witches as she captured the 55m hurdles in a personal best time of 8.91, that mark ranks her #2 in Class B entering the state meet. In that race teammate Hannah Hopkins added 8 key points with her runner-up effort (9.24).

Honey helped the Witches 4x200m relay cross the line first as Brewer won the event in a time of 1:53.47.

Another freshman Olivia Mosca ran to a runner-up finish in the mile with her time of 5:34.71, teammate Hannah Smith followed in 5:35.14 for 14 total points in the event. Mosca would  later add a third place in the 2 mile.

The pole vault was a strong event for Brewer as scored 10 points with a third place from Kaitlyn Helfen (9-0) and a fourth from Madison Gibbs (8-6).

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Hampden Academy distance runner Helen Shearer was the most outstanding performer as the sophomore won the mile (5:30.34) and the two mile (11:46.70), she added a third in the 800m for 26 individual points (2:29.99) to lead the Broncos to a runner-up finish

Senior Christie Woodside was a standout for Hampden as she won the high jump with a 5-2 clearance, then jumped a Class A leading 17-10 1/2 for second in the long jump, that mark ranks her 5th best in state history.

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Orono's Camille Kohtala broke the EMITL long jump record as she went over 18 feet for the first time with her record breaking jump of 18-2 1/4. The mark is the third best in Maine indoor history. She showed her vast range as she won the 800m later on in the meet in a time of 2:26.28.

Mt Desert Island senior Ashley Anderson added a pair of wins as she won the 55m dash in a 7.39 which is the top time in Class B and #2 ranked in the state. Anderson set a state leading mark of 25.97 in her winning effort in the 200m.


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