Large School Champions: Bangor Girls & Boys RESULTS
The boys' meet was a barn burner between Class A Bangor and Class B Mt. Desert Island as the team entered the final event the 4x400 separated by just one point. The Trojans held a slim one-point lead and top-ranked 4x400m relay. Senior Andrew Munroe anchored for the Rams and held off the hard-charging Walker St. Germain to give the Rams ten points as they edged the Trojans by one point for the team title. The Ram's time of 3:31.89 is the fastest in the state this spring, MDI's 3:32.40 ranks second in the state and is the fastest in Class B. Both teams will be primed to challenge for state titles next week.
Bangor got things started in record-breaking fashion as the team of Daniel McCarthy, Gordon Doore, James Fahey, and Fritz Oldenburg set the tone by smashing the PVC record of 8:17.45 in the 4x800m relay. The relay clocked a time of 8:07.59 to put themselves in the record book.
MDI got a pair of wins from freshman sprint star Miles Burr clocked 11.52 to win the 100m by .01 second, and 23.26 in the 200m. Walker St. Germain added ten points with a first-place effort in the 400m (51.02). Senior Archer Hill provided two victories with a win in the shot put (46-10 3/4) and discus (138-9 1/4).
Old Town's Corbin Flewelling was named the top performer of the meet. The sophomore won the long jump (21-3 3/4), the high jump (5-10), and triple jump 42-3 1/4, while also running a leg on the runner-up 4x100m relay. The marks in the long and triple were both personal bests.
The Bangor girls dominated scoring 195.33 points to easily outdistance runner-up Brewer by 105 points. Senior Alyssa Elliott was named the girl's performer of the meet after winning three individual events. Elliott broke the PVC record in the long jump with her 18-6 winning effort, moving her up to the second-best performer in state history in the event. She added a state-leading 37-7 in the triple jump, a mark that ranks her seventh all-time in the event. Her third win came in the 300m hurdles with a personal best 46.86, and she added another first with a leg on the 4x100m relay.
Sophomore standout Anna Connors added three individual victories in the sprints winning the 100m (12.44), 200m (25.96), and 400m (59.91). She also ran a leg on the winning 4x100m relay. While Megan Randall added a win for the Rams in the 1600m (5:25.62). She teamed with Erin McCarthy, Meaghan Caron, and Sadie Harrow to run 9:56.13 in the 4x800m earlier in the meet.
Erin McCarthy added ten more points for the Rams with her 5-0 clearance to win the high jump, while senior Naomi Noack broke the PVC record in the pole vault with a 10-7 clearance. Junior thrower Camden Lavoie was victorious in the shot put with a 36-7 toss.
Old Town's Izabelle Trefts broke her own state record in the 1600m racewalk set a week ago as she stopped the clock at 7:10.66. The mark shattered her own conference record as well by twenty-four seconds.
Other winners on the girl's side were Edie Shea of Caribou in the javelin (99-10), Bella Brown of MDI in the discus (108-6), Georgina LaGrange of John Bpast in the 100m hurdles (16.18), Olivia Mosca of Brewer in the 3200m (11:53.35) and Grace Munger of MDI in the 800m (2:28.15).
Small School Champions: Bucksport Girls & Boys Results
Freshman William Hileman won the 1600m (4:40.14) and 3200m (10:22.05) and thrower Gavin Billings won the shot put (46-3 3/4) and Javelin (149-11) to pace the Golden Bucks of Bucksport to the team title.
Junior Nathan Paulauskas added ten points for Buckpsort with his 5-10 clearance in the high jump.
Washington Academy's Cameron Bowser was named the performer of the meet. Bowser won the long jump with a 21-7 3/4 leap and the triple jump (41-10 1/2) effort.
On the girl's side Bucksport tallied 149 points to win the team title by 14 over Orono.
Junior Johanna Stiles was a double winner in the short sprints as she clocked 13.39 to win the 100m, and 27.84 in the 200m to win again. Senior Addie Morrison made it a clean sweep for the Golden Bucks with a win in the 400m (64.28). The duo also ran on the winning 4x100 relay (52.69).
Victoria Watkins cleared 4-10 to win the high jump for Bucksport, while Helaina Winslow added ten points in the triple jump with a 29-7 1/4 jump. Senior Ava Knowles was the other winner as she took the shot put with 32-7 3/4 throw.
Freshman Ruth White of Orono was named the performer of the meet. White won two individual events as she took the 1600m (5:15.11), and 3200m (10:52.97). Her time in the 3200m broke the 17-year-old PVC record. She added a leg on the first-place 4x800 relay team too.
George Stevens Academy freshman Maranda Pert took the discus with a strong 114-2 effort.