There was no shortage of outstanding performances in this meet with three of the top teams in the state kicking off the season.
Triple jumper Emma White equaled the state all-time best in the triple jump with her winning mark of 38-8 1/2. White is now tied with Messalonskee's Jesse LaBreck who set her mark back in 2008. White also won the long jump with a state leading 17-7.
Cheverus sprint sensation Victoria Bossong showed she hasn't slowed down at all as the Class A state champion opened her season with a blazing 57.39 effort in the 400m, the time is the fastest ever run by a Maine high school girl in the month of April. She would add another victory with a smooth 26.47 for 200m.
Teammate Emma Gallant also cracked a minute in the 400m with a time of 59.67, she won the 100m earlier in a state leading 12.62, just off her personal best of 12.60.
Defending Class A 100m hurdle champion Emily Labbe cruised to victory in a time 15.61, she also won the 300m hurdles
Class A XC champion, and footlocker finalist Sofie Matson of Falmouth opened her outdoor season with a strong 5:14.79 effort in the mile. While Karley Piers won the 3200m in a strong time of 11:30.99, a new personal best for the sophomore.
Falmouth's Emma Harrington threw a state leading 107-2 to win the discus.
On the boys side Sean Tompkins of Cheverus ran a state leading 51.01 in the 400m, while Ben Hatch of Scarborough hit a Class A leading 21-9 to take the long jump. Hatch added a win in the 100m.
The shot put was closely contested as Josh Bradford of Falmouth won the event with a throw of 50-7 1/2 holding off a personal best 50-6 throw from sophomore Giovanni Fornaro of Cheverus. Fornaro would throw 134-7 to win the discus.
John Auer won the 1600m in a state leading 4:33.48, he was followed by his teammate Ben Greene who ran 4:35.69. In the 800m Scarborough's Noah Drapeau ran the second fastest two lapper so far this spring with his 2:02.81 effort. Ben Potter of Falmouth set a state leading 10:01.57 in his victory in the 3200m
Scarborough senior Anthony Clavette cleared 6-2 to take the victory in the high jump, he also won the 110m hurdles. While Falmouth's Adrian Friedman was a double winner as he took the triple ump with a personal best 40-10, and the 200m in 23.68.