The York boys surprised the Falmouth boys winning the WMC indoor title Friday night, while on the girls side Greely once again showed it's team strength winning by close to a 100 points. There were several new state leaders highlighted by Will Wegener's 51.17 in the 400m, which was a new conference record. On the girls side York's Emily Mitchell popped a huge on in the long jump to become the first girl in Maine over 17ft this season with her 17-1 3/4 leap. Amanda Peterson (GNG pictured left) was the top girls sprinter in the meet, she blitzed her way to a new personal best and state leading mark in the 55m dash 7.50. In the final event of the night Falmouth regained their state leader in the boys 4x200m relay clocking 1:35.33 behind a razor sharp anchor from Wegenger. Click the headline for more coeverage including pictures of the most valuable athlete awards, check back later for RESULTS & VIDEOS, INTERVIEW Will Wegener
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Amanda Peterson (GNG) blasts her way to 1st place finish with a State leading 7.50 time.
Girls 2 Mile
Boys Sr. 4x200m Relay
Amanda Peterson (GNG) wins the 200m
Girls Sr. 4x200m Relay Section 1
Boys Jr. 4x200m Relay Section 1
Boys 2 mile
Boys Jr. 200m Section 1
Jr. Girls 4x200m Section 1
From last to first in the heat, GNG girls come from way back to finish the 2nd heat on top. Great effort! A must watch. Amanda Peterson the GNG anchor, was awarded WMC MVP female runner.
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