In a girls's race where leaders got far of course Camden Hills showed real depth to take a team win. Hamden showed speed in the boys race taking the top two spots by solid margins and securing the team win.
Familiar foes Mt. Ararat, Brunswick and Morse face off for the third consecutive week. The meet was at Lawrence and also feature Nokomis and Skowhegan.
Bonny Eagle takes girls meet with Falmouth second. Boys turn the table with Falmouth picking up the win while Scots take second. Biddeford third in both meets.
Mt. Ararat continues to roll with boys and girls team wins at Brunswick over Morse and MCI.
The Mt. Ararat girls used wins in the first five races to lock up the team title. On the boys side it came down to the final race before Mt. Ararat could claim victory over Bangor.
Greely clogs the top ten in both the boys' and girls' races but Freeport's Lily Horne takes the top spot in the girls' race with an early season 19:30 for a new personal best.
Brunswick boys and girls bested host Skowhegan along with Nokomis and Lawrence in an early season 5K
Mt Ararat's Katherine Leckbee and Lisandro Berry-Gaviria claim individual firsts at the Laliberte. The Eagles took the boys' team title while the girls' were edged by Gorham.
Lily Horne of Freeport won the girls' High School Mile, while Sam Russ of Freeport edged Alec Troxell of Deering to take the boys's title.
Thirty-two runners, including six returners, are set for the second running of the B2B High School Mile.
Scarborough sweeps the relays and with a team effort, repeats as Class A state champion.
Using dominant performances in the sprints, 4 x 100, and the long jump, the Cheverus women held of Thornton Academy and Falmouth to claim the Class A state title.
With six individual titles and good balance the Messalonskee Eagles won the KVAC Championship for a second year running.
Proving every place counts the Red Eddies get by Messalonskee 133 to 132.5 to take the KVAC Class A Women's Championship.
The Leavitt Women won the 2017 KVAC track and field championship overcoming a balanced Lawrence team and strong individual performances from Belfast, Waterville, and Camden Hills.
By dominating sprints and placing well in most events the Winslow men ran away with the Class B Championship at the KVAC meet
In crushing heat athletes grind out some good performances a week before the KVAC Championships.
In a prelude to the KVAC meet in two weeks at Morse's McMann Field athletes from Lewiston, Brunswick, Morse, Lincoln Academy, and Oceanside begin to put up qualifying marks.
With rain leading to cancellation of the pole vault, miscues, and scratches, four KVAC teams still establish some personal bests and put together a meet won by the Mt. Ararat women and Oxford Hills men.
Mainers Allison Hill (Brunswick) and Jessica Wilson (Greely) led Bates to a second place finish at the 2017 NESCAC championship. Middlebury's Alex Nichols (Brunswick) helped the panther men finish fourth.
Cony Men, Brunswick Women take KVAC meet at Lisbon
Lewiston girls' and boys' track and field teams used balance and depth to overcome some outstanding individual performances and win a KVAC meet over Brunswick, Mt. Ararat, and Oxford Hills.