Wrapping up Indoor: Top 10 by Class for each event

MaineTrackXC 2010-11 Indoor Track Top 10 Rankings per event by Class


Senior Boys There were plenty of standouts from the senior class this winter. Old Town's Jake Leithiser had the top hurdle & HJ marks, highlighted by an ALL-NE performance in the HJ. Waterville's Isaiah Spofford had the top 55m (Class B Champion) & TJ marks. Falmouth's Will Wegener had the top 200m time, while winning Class B titles at 200m & 400m. Distance wise Jack Terwilliger (Cheverus) had the top times Mile/2Mile winning both Class A titles too. Others that were notable Tom Hague (Scarborough) 800m leader, Mike Slovenski (Brunswick) Pole vault leader, Imadhi Zagon (Portland) all NE selection in LJ


Senior Girls The senior class had a great 4 years. Standouts this year were sprinters Morgan Costa (Bonny Eagle) who had the top times in 55m & 200m. Distance standout Kendra Lobley (Poland) was the top distance runner in the Mile & 2 Mile, sickness unfortunately prevented her from running at the state meet. Jumper Emilia Scheemaker (Scarborough) had a great winter claiming Class A titles at LJ/TJ. Can't forget about other standouts Maria Curit (Biddeford) 400m champion, Emily Mitchell (York) Class B long jump record breaker, Randi London (Mt. Ararat) Class A shot put champion & Peyton Dostie (Bonny Eagle) hurdler


Junior Boys  One name stood above the rest in 2010-11 season, McKenzie Gary (Mt Ararat) the triple Class A state champion (55m, 200, LJ), 2x All-New England (LJ, 300M), & two all-time state records (60m & 200m) was the leader of the junior class. Hurdle/Jumper Reid Pryzant (Falmouth) had a huge state meet, winning the Class B hurdles & LJ. Middle distance star Nick Morris (Scarborough) won the Class A 800m title with the fastest time in the state.


 Junior Girls  This talented class had a big impact on the state meet in both classes. In Class A sprinters Alexis Dickinson (Brunswick) 55m champion & Nicole Kirk (Scarborough) 200m champ are two of the best in the state. In Class B hurdler/400m ace Olivia Thurston (Waterville) set a state record at 400m. 800m/LJ standout Emily Tolman (Scarborough) scored well in both events at the state meet, and led the junior class in both. Brunswick distance ace Katie McMahon was the top 2 miler in Class A. Pole Vaulter Jaclyn Masters had a great year clearing 11-1, an injury right before the state meet prevented her from competing

Sophomore Boys  Jumper Connor Harris (Edward Little) leads the way for the boys as he won the triple jump state title, then added a runner-up finish in the HJ as well as scoring in the LJ. Distance star Robby Hall (Scarborough) was a key leg on the 4x800 state champion team, and ran the top times for 800m & Mile on the season. Other standouts were Ethan Beaulier (Noble) in the sprints, triple jumper Tyson Goodale (Bonny Eagle), & sprinter Jacob Buhelt (Falmouth)


Sophomore Girls   Distance star Bethanie Brown (Waterville) is one of the sophomore standouts who won 2 Class B state titles this winter. Other standouts were sprinter Teal Jackson (Brewer) who clocked fast times over 55m, 200m, & 400m scoring in all 3 at the Class A state meet. Top hurdler/jumper Allison Hill (Brunswick) was another standout finishing 2nd in the 55m hurdles, and placed in both the LJ/TJ.


Freshman Boys  Distance runners Dan Curts (Ellsworth) & Jonathan Stanhope (Bangor) were the top freshman athletes this season. Curts won the Class B state 2 mile title, and then broke 10 minutes at the New England Championship Meet. Stanhope finished 6th in the Class A Mile. 


Freshman Girls  This talented class had an immediate impact at the State this year. Distance ace Edie Pallozi (Deering) showed she will be one to watch winning the Mile & 800m at the Class A State meet. Standout sprinter Tia Jackson (Old Town) scored in the 400m (3rd) & 200m (4th) at the Class B state meet, while hurdler/jumper Carly McKenna (Thornton Academy) shined on the big stage finishing 2nd in the long jump (17-2) & 4th in the 55m Hurdles at the Class A meet.  Bangor's Tiffany Gray showws big promise in the Triple Jump with her 2nd place finish in the Class A meet. There were many other standouts who scored at the state meet as well, great class and the future looks very bright for Maine T&F