New England Outdoor Track & Field Championship Updates

New England Outdoor track and field championship live updates


Girls 3200m - Ruth White (Orono) ran a personal best 10:30.49 to win the 3200m leading from gun to tape. The time lowers her fourth best mark history.

Girls Long Jump - Sarah Moore of NYA won the long jump with the second best jump in state history 19-0 1/4

Girls Triple Jump - Moore of NYA did it again with her second win of the day as she set a personal best 37-8 1/4 moving to the eighth best mark in state history. Windham sophomore Tayla Pelletier jumped a personal best 37-4 1/2 to finish third her jump set a new class record. Brewer's Lauren Vanidestine jumped a personal best 36-6 finishing fifth.

Boys Triple Jump - It was a great dual between Old Town's Corbin Flewelling, and Cony's Conor Morin. On his final jump Morin pulled it off with a huge 37-6 effort, while Flewelling jumped 47-3 1/2 a new personal best for second. The jumps are the second and third best in state outdoor history for Morin and Flewelling.

Boys High Jump - Sophomore Griffin Gammon on Gorham cleared a personal best 6-9 to win the high jump, the fourth best jump in state history. Falmouth senior Judd Armstrong cleared 6-3 to tied for fourth

Girls 400m - Anna Connors of Bangor 55.25 wins the title easily running away from the field. Emerson Flaker of Scarborough 57.52 finishes fourth

Girls Javelin -  Shelby Anderson of Marshwood had her best throw of the year a 130-3 effort to win the javelin the mark was just off her PR.

Girls 200m: Anna Connors ran 24.28 good for second overall, her time was a new personal best and lowered her second fastest time in state history.

Boys 400m: Miles Burr running out of lane 1 in section two clocked a personal best 48.98 to finish second. Colby Cooper of Bonny Eagle ran 49.16 for fifth and set a new sophomore class record. Burr's time is sixth best in state history.

Girls 300m Hurdles: Makenna Drouin the defending champion won her section in 43.89, her time was second fastest on the day. Her time is the second fastest in state history only behind her state record of 43.74 a year ago.

Boys 200m: Miles Burr set a new state record of 21.67 in the 200m as he finished second by just .01. Burr has three second place finishes on the day. Marshwood senior Rowan Carter clocked 22.01 good for third and sixth best time in state history.

Boys 110m hurdles: Nolan Garey of Poland ran the second fastest time in state history in 14.27 good for a runner-up finish.

Boys Shot Put - Matt Charpentier of York threw over sixty feet again as he tossed it 60-1 1/4 to finish as the runner-up

Boys Discus - Charpentier added another runner-up finish with a 173-4 toss.

Boys Long Jump: Skowhegan junior Billy Albertson was the runner-up with a leap of 21-10 3/4. Corbin Flewelling of Old Town was fourth with a 21-10 effort.

Girls 1600m - Three Maine girls run under 5 minutes led by Cary Drake of York (4:55.35) in second, Teanne Ewings of Houlton 4:56.23 in third , and Ruth White of Orono 4:58.65 in fourth

Girls High Jump - There was three Maine girls on the podium led by a runner-up finish by Sarah Moore of NYA (5-5). Campbell Johnson of Lake Region and Avery Baker-Schlendering of Freeport finished in a tie for third as they cleared 5-3.

Boys 1600m - Maddox Jordan of Noble ran another personal best to finish third in 4:10.35, Charlie Collins of Hampden Academy 4:11.60 places fourth.

Boys 3200m: Scarborough's Adam Bendetson ran a personal best 9:15.29 to finish third.

Boys 4x400m: Falmouth set a new state record as they clocked 3:23.87 to finish third. Bonny Eagle 3:25.34 just missed the podium in seventh with a new school record with fifth best time in state history.

Boys 300m hurdles: Luke Patterson of Brunswick led a strong Maine contigent with a personal best 39.53 to finish fourth. Nolan Freyler of Gorham was a blink behind in 39.56 for fifth while Nolan Garey of Poland was sixth running a personal best 39.63

Boys 4x800 - Brunswick runs state leading 8:01.84 to place fifth after winning section two

Girls 100m hurdles - Emma Burr of MCI the Class C champion ran 15.11 to finish fifth. Makenna Drouin of Lewiston was 8th.

Boys 400m - Miles Burr of MDI runs 48.98 out of lane 1 to finish second overall. Colby Cooper of Bonny Eagle 49.16 places fifth.

Boys Pole Vault - Reece Perry of Freeport cleared 13-9 to finish as the runner-up.

Girls Pole Vault - Maya Judice of Thornton Academy finished in a tie for fifth in a personal best 10-9. The mark equals the tenth best effort in state history.

Boys Javelin - Caden True of Thornton Academy set a personal best of 179-3 to finish third in the javelin. The mark is the ninth best in state history.

Girls 100m: Makenna Drouin of Lewiston ran 12.27 to finish sixth

Girls 4x100m: Scarborough erased the year old state record with their 49.0 clocking as they just missed the podium by .02