Boothcasset May 17 last home meet results

Thu, 05/19/2022 - 7:45am

The Seahawks and Wolverines track teams hosted Winthrop High School and Lincoln and Monmouth academies May 17. The girls team took second and the boys third in points.

For the girls, Anna and Emily Gosselin took third and fifth place in the 100m dash in 16.4s and 17.04. Placing in the 200m dash were: Josie Harrington, second, 30.43; Emily Gilliam, third, 32.01; Maddie Orchard, fifth, 33.23; Anna Gosselin, seventh, 34.73; and Emily Gosselin, eighth, 37.11.

Gilliam and Orchard took third and fourth in the 400m dash in 1:12.4 and 1:12.43. Julia Truesdell took fifth in the 800m run in 2:54 and Linnea Andersson took second in the 1600m race walk in 12:43.85.

Taking second through fifth in the 1600m race were: Truesdell, 6:27.46; Ava Schlosser, 6:33.75; Emerson Harris, 6:39.01; and Grace Campbell, 6:42.3.

Harrington took first in the 100m hurdles in 17.68 and third in the high jump with 4’10”. Gilliam took fifth in the triple jump with 24’4”.The girls 4x400m relay team took third in 5:08.24.

Jaelyn Crocker took first in discus with 73’5”. Marissa Davison, Andersson and Alivia Orr followed in seventh, 10th and 12th with 54’7”, 44’ and 38’1”. Crocker, Harrington and Davis took first through third in shot put and Orr and Andersson took eighth and ninth. Distances were: Crocker, 28’0.5”; Harrington, 27’2.5”; Davison, 23’2”; Orr, 21’10”; and Andersson, 18’8.5”.

Six Boothcasset boys raced the 100m dash: Austin Trask, first, 12.28s; Nate Shutte, third, 12.69; Henry Putnam, fifth, 13.17; Tristan Pepe, sixth, 13.44; Conner Dover, seventh, 13.87; and Thomas Babineau, 10th, 16.76. Trask and Pepe took first and eighth in the 200m dash in 25.14 and 31.34.

Payton Blagdon, Putnam, Pepe and Nate Benoit took second, fifth, seventh and eighth in the 400m dash in 56.71, 1:01.07, 1:06.72 and 1:10.47. Ryan Clark and Bryan Gagnon took second and fourth in the 800m run in 2:12.76 and 2:18.98. Marshall Wall took first in the 3200m run in 11:28.14 and Benoit fourth in the 1600m race walk in 11:09.67. Nase Lawless took fourth in the 100m hurdles in 22.93.

The boys took second in the 4x100m and 4x400m relay categories in 50.35 and 4:03.13.

Blagdon, Benoit, Lawless, Dover and Babineau took third, fourth, ninth, 10th, 13th and 15th in the long jump. Distances were: Blagdon, 16’7”; Benoit, 13’8”; Lawless, 12’6”; Dover, 12’3”; and Babineau, 9’0.5”.

Kayden Ames and Zach Rollins led competition and eight other Boothcasset athletes in discus. Results were: Ames, first, 124’9”; Rollins, second, 111’6”; Mason Clark, ninth, 91’7”; Cecil Clifford, 13th, 80’4”; Brady Nichols, 15th, 74’4”; Peter Holbrook, 16th, 69’4”; Caden Royal, 17th, 67’2”; Finnegan Gaffney, 23rd, 56’9”; Benoit, 24th, 49’9”; and Babineau, 25th, 46’3”.

Ames and Rollins also led in shot put in first and second place with 41’3” and 39’4”. Royal, Clifford, Nichols and Holbrook followed in ninth, 11th, 12th and 14th with 27’11”, 27’5”, 26’7.5” and 24’11”. Blagdon, Putnam, Gaffney and Clifford took seventh, eighth, 14th and 18th in javelin with 106’, 104’2”, 78’2” and 63’5”.

Boothcasset teams will compete at the Capital City Classic, also known as “Cony Under the Lights,” May 19 before the Mountain Valley Conference Championship May 26 at Lisbon.