Dominating Victory For Sandwich Girls' Track

The Sandwich girls dominated Nauset in track and field on Wednesday bringing home a 93-39 win. It was an afternoon of sweeps for SHS as the team claimed the top three spots in six events and posted 10 first-place finishes.

“The girls continue to hit their personal records in many events,” Coach Lori Horan said. “We had positive mentoring on the field by our seniors Erin Cahill, Captain Liz Reardon, and Madison Palmer to our underclassmen competing in some events for the first time and captains Rachel Brown and Becky German led the runners around the track with proper race preparations of warm-ups and cool-downs. Although Captain Molly Travers did not compete because of illness, she led the team recording splits and cheering her teammates on.”

Sandwich swept the 1-mile, led by Rachel Brown who finished first in a time of 6:44. Lana Henderson (6:51) was second and Laren Chicco (6:54) took third. SHS also swept the 2-mile with Tory Sivco returning from an injury to win the event in a time of 12:39. Morgan Alveranga (15:19) was second and Amanda Mark (16:03) ran third. Maddie LaRochelle, Liz Wegman, Olivia Tropp and Tatum Tropp finished first in the 4x400 relay in a time of 4:54.8.

Sandwich cleaned up in the field events. Brown led a sweep in the shot put at 21-.25. Madison Palmer (19-1) was second with a personal best throw. Katie Hurley (16-10.25) also had a personal best mark to take third.

Erin Cahill led the way in a sweep of the javelin with a throw of 81-7.5. Sam Emerson (75-1) set a personal best mark for second and Kyra Crossman (62-5) finished third. In the discus it was another Sandwich sweep with Liz Reardon throwing a personal best of 65-7.5 to finish first. Cahill (48-9.5) took second and Katie Hurley (45-4) had a personal best throw for third.
The knights continued to dominate in the field events sweeping the high jump led by Mackenzie Hagist who took first place clearing 4-4. Sam Emerson was second with a personal best of 4-4 and Megan Forrester (4-2) was third.

Jessica Lizotte (30-9.5) won the triple jump, the 200 meters (28.6), the 100 meter (13.4) and was third in the long jump at 13-7. Hagist (13.7) was second in the 100 meter, Wegman (2:31.6) was second in the 800 meter, Becky German (21.0) was second in the 110 hurdles and Olivia Tropp (66.8) was second in the 400 meter. Taylor Scheuer ran fourth in the 100 meter with a personal best time of 14.5 seconds.


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