Matt McClintock set to shine in just his third Class 'C' state meet while Sacopee Valley tries to defend their title against a strong Maranacook team
Traip senior Carley O'Brien leads Traip into battle against 3-time defending state champion powerhouse John Bapst
The Maranacook Boys prevailed in a close 3 way meet, the Black Bears scored 75, while state runner-up Orono scored 69, & last year's champions Sacopee Valley was a close 3rd with 68. On the girls side Traip Academy scored 79 to hold off John Bapst who was a close 2nd with 76 & Sacopee Valley rounded out the top 3 with 52. More to come from Class C later check back soon.
The boys’ outdoor track and field team from Edward Little High School has long been a classic example of why crunching numbers based on seeding and past performances is a slippery slope. Two years ago, the Red Eddies walked into the Class A state meet theoretically needing to make up... (via www.sunjournal.com)
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BATH, Maine — While Carley O’Brien’s performance certainly made a big difference for the Traip Academy track and field team Saturday, it was the Rangers’ 4×400-meter relay team that came through in the clutch. The Kittery school’s quartet of Jocelyn Lorrey, Hailey Frisbee, Selena Lorrey and Mary Lambrecht came out ... (via The Bangor Daily News)
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BATH -- The Maranacook Community High School boys track and field team had its slips, it had its stumbles and it certainly had its setbacks. (via www.kjonline.com)
Taylor Watson doesn't know exactly when he hurt himself, or how for that matter. (via www.kjonline.com)
BATH – Carley O’Brien had a day to remember at Saturday’s Class C State track and field championships. With three first-place finishes along with a runner-up, O'Brien led Traip to its first state title since 1994. The Rangers needed a strong third-place finish in the fina... (via www.sunjournal.com)
Two days after winning state championships, both Waterville teams and the Maranacook boys were mentally and physically spent. (via www.kjonline.com)
BATH -- The strategy worked in the Mountain Valley Conference championships, and it worked again Saturday. (via www.onlinesentinel.com)
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