Yesterday, HK Boys Outdoor Track won the Shoreline Championships last night, beating rivals Coginchaug 174.5 to 145. The girls took third place with 107 points, behind Old Saybrook and East Hampton.
For Carter Murray, Kyle Criscuolo, Seth Freeman, and Tyler Knapp, this earns their THIRD Shoreline Championship of their senior year along with cross country and indoor track.
Boys 1st Team All-Shoreline Honors go to Colton Lavoie in Shot Put and the 4x400m relay team of Luke Sodergren, Kyle Criscuolo, Owen Howes, and Dima Mallon.
Girls 1st Team All-Shoreline Honors go to Amanda Minervino in Javelin and the 4x800m relay of Emma Anziano, Hailey Cassidy, Julia Callis, and Brianna Minervino.
Results can be found at MySportResults, or downloaded below.
You can download the results below from our last shoreline conference meet of the season. Both teams finish out the season with an undefeated record of 6-0.
This past Friday and Saturday the team competed at the 2-day Middletown Invitational. We had some great performances across the board with many medals earned on Friday and a couple on Saturday. You can see the long list of results below. The first link is for the Froshmore meet on Friday, followed by the Varsity meet from Saturday.
This year's O'Grady Relays were hosted at Bethel High School. Boys finished the meet with 45 points, and the girls earned 4 points. Throughout the day we had some medal winning teams. The boys discus (Mack, Lavoie, Champagne) and shotput (Lavoie, Callender, Sample) teams took Silver medals. The boys Sprint Medley (Mallon, Criscuolo, Jennings, Regan) also took a Silver medal, while also setting a new school record.
The boys team finished 3rd overall for the day. The meet also breaks the results down into small/medium/large divisions. After taking out the medium and large schools from each event, our boys won their division with 118 and the girls came in second with 78.5!
You can see the full results from the meet at the link below, and you can download HK specific results below that.
Edit: Another SmugMug album was found on mysportsresults.com with some photos of our athletes. Check out this link: mysportsresults.smugmug.com/39th-OGrady-Relays
In the first dual meet of the season, HK came out on top on both the boys and girls teams. The boys scored 108 to 42 against East Hampton, and 142 to 3 for North Branford. The girls team had a close 78 to 72 against East Hampton, and 113.5 to 33 with North Branford. You can download the results below, both overall and individual HK athlete performances.
Photos from the meet can be seen here. Thanks to our awesome parents for taking the pictures.
The meet season started off to a strong start at Hand HS with several good performances from our freshman squad. Highlights on the girls side was Leah Sosnowski taking first in the 100m hurdles, third in the 300 hurdles, and first with the 4x400 relay. The relay was also run by Jess Timothy, Hadley Commerford and Ly-Linh Criscuolo. Jess and Hadley also finished fourth and fifth in the 300 hurdles. Scarlett Strom finished 6th in the girls javelin. On the boys side, Jared Frith and Cooper Howes went third and fourth in the pole vault. Aidan Law took third in the long jump and sixth in the high jump. Kevin Cavrell jumped for fifth in the High Jump and placed sixth in the 200m dash. This was the first meet for many of our athletes.
Results from the meet can be seen at Athletic.net's website below.
Results from the Class Championships can be found at mysportsresults. For those wanting to see the results from the other class meets, go to nestiming.com.
WE DID IT. Boys won the Indoor Track Shoreline Championships, and girls took third overall. It was a monumental day with several great performances. A stand out athlete was Matthew Jennings winning 30 points for the team in the 1000m, mile, and 2-mile. Colton Lavoie was also a First Team athlete in the shot put along with Luke Sodergren in the hurdles. We had several Second Team athletes; Seth Freeman, Wally Sample, Tyler Knapp, Owen Howes, Seth Regan, Dima Mallon, and John Kowal. On the girls side, Autumn Coady, Elena Boyington, Julia Callis, Ashley Duncanson, and Ly-Linh Criscuolo all earned Second Team honors. Next up is States on Thursday.
This was the final meet before our Championships and had some good performances across the board. The results can be downloaded below.
This was the last league meet of the season, previewing the Shoreline Championships next weekend. You can download the results below or visit them on Athletic.net.
HK Track & Field / XC
This page keeps record of all the results from the indoor and outdoor meets.