Girls Varsity Track · Salem Girls Track Defeats the Canton Chiefs, 90-47

  Place Points
Salem High School 1st 90
Canton High School 2nd 47

Despite Mother Nature dishing out yet more cold, wet weather, Salem Girls Track defeated the Canton Chiefs yesterday 90 – 47, capturing their second straight Bolger-Mangan City Championship.

Leading the Rocks yesterday were the following performances:

>Hannah Pheeney (13.22), Sydney Meloche (13.55), & Mari Westley (13.60) swept the 100m dash
>Cloe Longeway (10’ ) and Chloe Wiewiora (7’ 6”) placed first & third in the pole vault
>Autumn Smith (27.30) was first and Macayla Harris (29.05) third in the 200m dash
>Salem swept the high jump with great jumps from Macayla Harris (5’ 3” ), Maya Deem (4’ 10” ), and Megan Kelly (4’ 10” )
>Madison Grieb placed second in the 400m dash with a time of 1:05.10
>In the discus, Natalia Lewandowski (98’ 7”) and Hannah Koester (90’ 6”) were second and third
>Olivia Millen (2:22.39) and Sophie Jeffers (2:28.98) went 1-2 in the 800m dash
>Lyniah Wilson won the shot put (37’ 9” ), with Natalia Lewandowski third (30’ 6”)
>Olivia Millen (5:19.93), Regan Justice (5:24.35), and Hallie Younglas (5:36.12) swept the 1600m run
>The 4x200m relay (Hannah Pheeney, Sydney Meloche, Autumn Smith, & Mari Westley) won with a time of 1:49.71
>Makayla Ward (17.51) and Dom Binguit (18.79) went 1-2 in the 100m hurdles
>Autumn Smith, Sydney Meloche, Julia Devine, and Hannah Pheeney won the 4x100m relay (52.21)
>Grace Landon (12:54.55) and Claudia Shuler (13.10.50) placed second and third in the 3200m run
>In the 300m hurdles, Makayla Ward was first (55.15), with Danielle Cranston third (58.14)

Salem Girls Track is now 3-1 in dual meets; next up for the Rocks is the New Balance Invitational at Farmington H.S. on Saturday, May 4th.